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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 22, 1895.
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Z.OOAX AND OKTTEBAX HKWB,
dice against the dofeudaut. Held, i
that this was sufficient ground for I
granting a new trial, it appoaring
that such ill-will was unknown to
the defendant and his attorney at
the time of the trial.
"On the examination as to his
qualification one of the jurors was
askod if he could sit on thouase and
give a fair vordii't according to tho
evidence, to which ho answered,
'Yes, sir, I am unbiased and would
be govorued by tho ovidouco.' llold
to be a sullicient examination as to
his bias, and that it was immaterial
that tho question was asked by tho
prosecuting officer and uot by tho
"The juror was not put upon his
voir dire when examined in regard to
his fitness to sit. field, that it was
sullicient if the defoudnut had rea
son to believe, from tho answers of ,
the juror, that he could have a fair
A sale of carriages and horses will trial at his hands although ho was
i hold by James V. Morgau at his not sworn.
"A now inni win uo graniou wuou
food cause is shown. Held, that
Mr. Hendry's postponed party to uudor our practice a motion for a
visit tho Moiliili artesian noil will uow trial is uot addressed solely to
take next Sunday if tho woather bo the discretion of tho trial judge, and
favorablo. tho granting or refusing a new trial
mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel 1S J?'rouu Ior Minion, " win uo
.lodging by day, rovioeui buuu.
.r9r?mi r.n Deputy Attorney General A. G.
Col. R. G. Spalding is in town
Call on tho California Feed Co.
for hay and grain.
"Red" will bo tho local team's
colors in tho match this aftornoou.
Tho Military Commission will
meet again at 'J:30 o'clock Monday
Tho new windmill at tho Insane
Asylum is loyal. It refuses to mako
Ex-priuco David Kawauauakoa
was released from custody at 8
o'clock yesterday ovouiug.
This is Washington's birthday, and
Government, diplomatic and con
sular offices are Hying ilags.
bo hold by James F. Morg
salesrooms nt uoon to-morrow.
New Goods! -:- New Goods!
JUST OPENED AT
S20 Fort St, - - HoanLoliJLl-u..
1 ATEST NOVELTIES:
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Children'!) Stocking in similes of Tnn In nil sizes.
Juit the llilng for rid rig or for short pcopl. We Iiavc them in nil tltr.
and Nuuanu streots,
week or mouth. Terms: 2" and CO
cents j)or night; SI aud $1.2." por
Tho Qovernmoiit baud soronaded
U. S. Minister Willis at his residence,
King street, at 8:.' JO o'clock this
morning, in honor of Washington's
Marshal Hitchcock is tho proud
possessor of. a pineapple woighiug
olnvon pounds, grown at Kalihi.
Thoro are five sprouts iu tho ono
Tho following names are booked
to leave far San Francisco on tho S.
S. Arawa. dun here from tho Colo
nies on March 7: Miss Dickson, Miss
Anna Kullok, and W. Watorhouso.
M. ltobertson for prosecution; N.
A. Kinney for defendant.
A temporary injunction has been
issued to M. F. (Jraudull, enjoining
him to desist aud absolutely refrain
from transacting any business what-
, soovor connected with tho estato of
J. K. Sumner under a certain power
of attorney. Maria S. Davis made
the petitiou as next friend of plain
tiff and his family. She alleges iu
, tho petitiou that Sumner is turn com
pos mentix, that ho is a resident of
California, about 71 years of age,
, aud owns real estate aud property
iu tho llawaiiau Islands of tho value
of ono hundred thousand dollars,
Now Hand Bags, .New liucklcs,
New Jet Trimmings,
New Silk Trimmings.
i LADIES" (HUM
Black Drapery Net for Dresses !
83s- JbT ETW LAOBS &
Are yon interested in the
FASHION of the WORLD?
Jl von are
What Shall We Drink?
It is lurtiier aliegeil lint (loiouuaui, v f1l!lf ..., nmlRfrlfiv lm
eju- J-"' -"- " - -..W.V.....J ..r
Carl Klemme, lately captain of
the mounted patrol, was driving
round town to-day with uis brother
Henry. Carl was roloasod from
Not a steamer arrives but
NEW STYLES and PAT
TERN'S are received by ns.
It is impossible without the
Crandell, bv nppealtuu to the prei
diexs of tho ulaintiiT. bv false ropre
sentatious, and by other wickod aud
corrupt practices, has obtained com
pleto control over tho plaintiff and
:...l.....1 I.!.. in !fi nn..11l n f.ll
prison under an ongagomont that ho f of attorny COUvoying abso-
leave tho country. . futo control ot thu property of plain-
rinnrm. AfMoni. i.n. i nlnn Hi.. I tiff (Sumner). Also, it Is alleged
i i tt i - I Mi.t iinilni' mili nitint nt nl inmnv I
piaco 01 v ranu noogs as reporter on , " ."Vr. i ,."" " "1"V."."JI nvnmirliriirn nf Wm biiiiio ni'
tho Advertiser. Mr. Hoogs goos to Crandell is doing tlnugs prejudicial , expeiKlllUlC 01 Ulge 8UII18 01
San Francisco on a business errand , tho interests of plaintiff, aud that ,nom.y to tell VOU of euch and
in connection with tho Paradise of by his inQuonco over tho plaintiff tho J '. , . , ..
i.n poiiio nf i,ini, lln ; ..iiiinr. latter was inducod to leave tho Ha- every new price besides it
MV UhltlV r .,...- ..w ... .-.w.. ...... ...
. wauau islands iu great iiasiu on
Unitod Carriage Company's stand, February 8, 1893, aud that tho next
bosidos having superior hacks al- friond did not know of his proposed
ways ready at tho call of "290," fur- departure until it was too lato to
uishos fiuo livory outfits at tho short- prevent it. J. A. Magoon represents
est notice good horses aud uico car- petitioner. Tho writ is endorsed by
riages, from buggy to wagonette. j A. McGurn, police officer, as having
mi -..i i i " i " its boon served ou Crandell. Tho do
Tho Citizens' Guard squad having , fendant is th(J 8tranKor who was
headquarters at tho American ( , t b b in tLrowa f his horso
Tnnrtiia lifti'a Alrtitrwl Ink lAlmirilUF . . J .". .. ,... . . .
".'"li"" "".'" """-i":" """ "'"""".n while out with tho UiLizous' Uuard
at Waialao. When ho recovered ho
mado a charge through this paper
that his houso had been robbed by
special polico while they were
searching for guns.
oilicors: W. P. O'Brion, sergeant;
J. T. Coakley, D. P. Lawrence, A.
Rosehill and T. Kovau, corporals.
would add to the cost -of the
The main thing with us is
to impress upon your minds
that we are constant hunters
for new goods and that you
can always find them at our
G. R. Harrison, practical piauo
aud organ makor and tuner, cau fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to lw the same done
Evory member of tho Masonic
Temple squad of Citizens' Guard is
asked to bo at tho Masonic Tomplo
noxt Monday afternoon at five
o'clock sharp, with gun and belt, for
tho purpose of being photographod
iu a large group.
Gladstone's mossago to Edison in
the graphonhone is a rare treat. It I
U n linniififul rrilinin in flin irrn.lt !
inventor and his great nation, as
well as a lesson iu elocution that all
tho boys should recoive. Go to tho
Elito aud hear it.
H. G. Biart has romovod from
King street to the storo of Chris
Gortz, Fort street. There ho will
repair watchos aud make souvenir
spoons and jowelry of every descrip
tion. Having boon tho practical
watchmaker for Weuuer & Co. ton
years, ho needs no pulling.
Noxt Tuosday evening, February
20, tho Honolulu Choral Society
will hold its first rehearsal in tho '
Y. M. C. A. hall commencing at 7:15
o'clook. Tho rehearsal will close at
8:15 o'clock. All persons who have
put their names down ou tho list,
aud who havo boon called upon, are
oxpectod to bo prosent, aud havo
seats assigned thorn. I
John Hapa to Havo a Now Trial
Injunction on M. F. Ornndell.
Circuit Judge Coopor. sittiug iu
tho Supremo Court iu piaco of Jus
tico Froar, absent from illness is
author of a unauimous opinion
granting a now trial to John, Hapa,
who appoalod from conviction for
robbery. Tho law points decided
aro as follows:
"Affidavits on motion for now trial
showed expressions of opinion ou
the part of oue of tho trial jurors
which amountod to bias aud preju-
Thero is an agitation in Austria to
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OP
Carriages and Horses!
On SATURDAY, Feb. 23d,
AT J2 O'CLOCK NOON,
I will sell nt Public Auction, In Front ol
ruy Salesroom, (Juet-n street,
1 Fine Dtubh Stiied Family Carriage,
With Extra Pole an 1 Harness ;
1 Brake and Set Harness,
S Oentlo Family Oarriago Horsoe.
When you THINK nbout
STYLES, we want you to
THINK OF US.
WHEN YOU THINK o
ECONOMY, THINK OF
US. DON'T GO AS
TRAY. Come to us when you start
out to buy, it's worth your
OUR AIM is to constantly
keep on hand just what you
This week special attention
will be given to
JtcS" KEMMANTS AND
A GENERAL LINE OF
NEW GOODS JUST
B. F. EIILERS & CO.
When tho rays of Old Sol arc boiling down nt a ninety de
gree rate, tho nir like tho breath of a furnace and everything
hot, dry and dusty, tho natural dusiro of the average human is
to drink. Hut, what to drink? There's tho question.
The curious ull'ect of an ovor-indulgcuco in ice water is well
known. Thu thousand and one cheap gassy beverages arc known
to bo more or less injurious to the health, while the mineral
waters of known purity and Iiualthfulnetis are a luxury huyoud
the reach of hat fow. What Hindi we drink?
A bevemgo to meet tho rcciuiioinuuts, inut, Ihst of all, bo
absolutely pure aud non-alcoholic. It should possess a medi
cinal clement to counteract tho ell'ucts of tho heat and keep thu
blood pure aud tho stomach healthful. In order to bo palat
able and refreshing, it should bo sparkling and cllerveseent.
Last but not least, it must bo economical and within the reach
of all. A beverage that fully meets all of tho above require
ments aud ono that is entitled to more than passing mention is
HIKES' KOOT BEER, manufactured by tho Cmab. K. IIiiiks
it Co., of Philadelphia, l'. S. A. Thin preparation has been ana
lyzed by thu highest authorities and pronounced by them to bu
free from any deleterious substance and absolutely non-alcoholic ;
while all physicians acknowledge its health giving qualities. It
has a delicious, appetising flavor, is full of snap, sparkle and
ctlurvcsccucc, and is without a peer as a refreshment.
A package from your storekeeper will make live gallons of
this groat temperance drink. Truly it answers tho question
What shall wo drink? There aro many substitutes and imita
tions ol HIKES' KOOT BEER ollurcd for salo which should bo
"Wo havo used your Root Beer for over a year unil find it
delicious and healthful. Wo would uot like to bo without it jl
finglo day. Wo Hud it is helping all of us. Mini. F. H. Ci.akk,
7U5 Chester St., Oakland, Cal., U. S. A."
"Wc havo used over ono hundred bottles of your Root Beer,
drinking it winter aud summer. My brother and myself aru
total abstainers, drinking nothing but Hires' Root Iluer.
Miciiaki. Kki.i.y, 10 Water St., Wulthuin, Macs., U. S. A."
VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT FOB
JIR UNDERSIGNED IIAVll'G DUbY
advertised the foreclosure ul a certuln
mortgage of N. r. Uanjesi and wllo, hore.
nt VI noon, at the amnion rooms ol Jumes
by Rivet notice tlin.t on MONDAY, lseu. 23,
nt r' noon, at me anuuoii roomt oi jume:
1 I'. Morjiuu, tho following Valuable I'roper
I ty iu Dusoia ui Auction i
That certain lot of ground with balldlue
thereon situate on lluretanla street and
numbered us lot 112 In the old Harvey,
being tho second lot east from I'eusacom
i street and the mauka Bide of Jleretanin
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 00.
A DIVIDEND ON ST00K ISSUED
prior to January 1. K)b, is due and
liaynbla at tho Olllce of tho Company ou
Iloimox Drug Companv
Bkxsox, Smith Ss Comivaxy
HoLLifTEit Drug Compaxv, Ltd.
Lewis & Compaxv Grocers
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Honolulu, Kub. IU 1SJ5.
FORT STJtEET, HONOLULU.
I1EG TO N011KY MY OU) OUS-
tomers ami the public: guneuiiy that I
streot aud frontint! luU feut on said llureta-i am now connected with Mossrs. V. U
nla street, ana u iiKe.wiatu at tho mauKa
extremity thereof, with a denth of 1 Ml feet
from said lleretanla struct.
The house is newly painted anil stable
re-shlngled and painted within two months
past. Thu house will bu open for inspeo- :
tlon to-morrow, Friday, and SunJav, tho
2.'d ami 'Jlth Inst. ,
At the sumo time there will bo sold a
1 valuable, horso, sufu mil good for saddle
1 or harness.
Further particulars can bo bail of W. K.
I Castle. 0. V. WAbb,
i Honolulu, Fb. ai, 1VJ3, lio-J Jit
lVmwmk .tr. Cn.. and shall bu ilfiiN.il ti n.
! ceivu onters on their accounts. To upboue
4(1. 1. O. llox 601. W. 8. bllCi:.
. Honolulu, Feb. ill, ISM. UO'J-w
EDIBON'O KINET03C0PE !
170 It TEN CO) ( ENTS Y'OU OAN hKE
. the Greatest .Marvel of Seizure.
T0-DAY-"The Holing Cats."
- Subjei t ebsnged dully at Huit
.t Company's, Hotel street. Exhibition
hours: 0 a. m. to'Jr. m. VXi-il
3P Aro now making Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. These are beautic.
- FRKhH GOODS IN
Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
Mixed Paints, Oils und Varnishes, Brushes, Carriage Whips,
FOR l'ltKSKUVINO WOOD.
Giant and Blaating Powder, Fuho and Caps.
- AGKNTB FOR THE 0KI.KHIIA.TED -
I T7" .A- C TJ TT 2du OILS,
I The Best l.ubrU'auta Known to Commerce.
IDISrUUIUTIN'G WAltKHOUsKh iu Enuland. Franco, Italy, Germany, Hoot-
land, Wiles, I re. aud, Ctib.i, China, Jupu, Java, India and the principal cities of
the United ritatci.l