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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY '28, 1895.
DtUOATL I v , pcucieuaj DAifiTy I
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Of for to the trade on the most liberal terms their
large and varied Ptock or
DRY and FANCY GOODS, .
Boots and Shoes,
Building Material, Crockery and
ware, groceries, wines, Jbiquora, rate, iuc.
SOLE AUEXTS FOK
O olden Gate Floiar.
Fort Sc GTaeen Streets
Four great requisites of
Men's Wearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suits
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 Fort Stroot
C. H. OOXjX.IIfcTS,
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fender, Dashes, Storm Aprons, Ktc,
at Lowest 1'osslblo l'rfcos, and
Workmanship of the Heat.
I use First-class Material of my own Im
porting. Manufacturer of nil kinds of
Workshop 210 King Street near Maunakea.
I. 0. Box 490.
California Fruit Market
Corner King and Alakea Sts,
lty Every BUatnor from Sju
Fresh Fruit, Oyster?,
Bitlmon, Poultry, Ktc, Ktc.
If you are out of Hill Heads, Letter
Jleailt, (to., we can sujyly them.
Ete., Etc., Etc.
V -. i t . a
Grocery y Store
322 NODANU STKEET,
lietween Hotel and nine l
Has 0ned a First-class Grocery Btore
as above. He will keep always on hand
the Dest and Freshest
American and English Groceries
Canned GoodB, Etc.,
And do his best to please all
I'nrohftses delivered to all parts
ot the City.
2vC-o.tvi.al I'cloplioaa.o 257.
Our stock of Holiday
Goods arc now ready for
inspection at our Now
Store (Wennci's old
stand) on Fort Street.
A carefully selected stock
of Jewelry bought with
an eye on tho Holiday
Trade and will be sold at
JAGOBSEN & PFEIFFER.KANEOHE RANCH
V. 0. Box 287.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER &" CO., L'd.
I THIRTT-THIRD DAS'.
1 rinl of A M. Howett for Misprision
AFTERNOON SESSION CONTINUED.
Mr. NiMitiinnii filt'd his ustinl cl
joetioti to tliu jitrisdk'tiou of th
' Tho ploa was overruled.
The accused declined to plead to '
either tbo charge or r pecifiuations '
' unlr liiRtriioliotn fYnm his couiispI.
The Court ordered that a plea of
not guilty bo reoordml.
John Charles I'eturson, worn,
states: Live at Diamond Head signal
station; been there Rixteen year; '
was there on uightnf Thursday., Ian. '
3 last; have known tho accused about '
ton years or so; nv Howett on the
night of Jan. 2 t, Wednesday) ho
canio to tho liotisw about ten minutes
after 8 o'clock; I was silting insido
when he camo and knocked at tho
i door; thero was a light hi the insido
room: ray daughter bad gone to bed:
ho called me out, saying ho wanted
to talk to me; I opened the window
and said I can't receive you, because
my daughter i asleep; ho said,
'Como out, 1 want to speak to you";
I went out near the steps; ho was on
1 tho veranda; thero was another man
' about three or four feet off; he said
to me, '"Don't telephone the Waima
nalo if she comes to night or to-
: morrow moruiug": I asked him
1 whoro sho was coming from; he said
ho didn't know; I said I'd telephone
anything that conies along; he said.
"All right, I'll seo you by-and-by":
ho also said. "It's n very bad road
i you havo here"; I sa!d, "Rather,"
and just as they wero going away I
asked him how they came thero and
he said on horseback; after that I
saw a whaleboat abreast of tho house
with a light; it was outsido the
breakers; in consequence of what
had been said I telephoned to the
Port Surveyor, but could uot get an
answer; telephoned to Collector of
Customs Castle aud asked him if tho
Vaimanalo was expected; ho said ho
did not know; saw Castle personally
the next morning; uotified.him what
had taken place botweeu Hewett
Cross-examination Windows ore
on tho oast, south, north and west
side of my bouse; veranda and door
ou tho oast; door is threo feet from
tho window; could not recognize
who tho man with tfewett was; they
' wero not thero five minutes; my
! daughter was in tho room when 1
Malika Peterson, sworn, states:
, Live with my father at Diamond
Head; romember hearing voices near
the nrst part of tbo year; recognized
' my father's voice and someone else's;
could not hear what was said; I was
' in bed at tho time; it was 8 o'clock.
At 4. o'clock recess was taken till
' 10 o'clock Thursday morning.
bho Bailed Him Out.
Thero was ouito a hullabaloo at
Kakaako yesterday evening in a
houso occupied by Kaanaana and
his wife. It was reported to the po
found Kaanaaua in tho act of smash
ing up what little furnituro thero
was in tho houso. His wife had fled
from the beating ho had given her.
Tho man was under the iniluoneo of
liquor. Kaanaana was not vory long
in tho Polico Station after his arrest
when his wife arrived aud bailed
A Recommendation From Los An
geles, G32 Castelar St., Los Anoeles, Cal.
After haviug suffered for a long
time from acute rheumatism without
obtaining relief, I usod Chamber
lain's Paiu Balm aud was almost iui
mediatelr relieved. I hirrhlv rnontn.
j mend this as the best medicine
known. D. M. Hamilton. For sale
by Benson. Smith &Co., Agents for
tbo Hawaiian Islands.
The Fine Paid
Soon after the announcement of
John A. Cummins' seutonco yester
day afternoon, bis son Thomas P.
walked into tho Marshal's ollico and
paid tho $5000 fine which was tho
price of his liberty. In tho evening
tho patriarch was in tho bosom of
his family. Mr. Cummins worriod a
great deal .during his incarceration.
THi: STANDAMMHIEI) STAI MON '
" 2ST.XJ T O IR, OVE "
And tho ThuroUKU.bri'd 8tallIon
Are available thlt ran (or a llm ted
nun. bur of Mater.
We also offer Good l'ustnrHire bv
the monih or year. 12UMw
B. P. BISHOP
Inventory Dtcembsr 31, 1894,
The Trustees return a? in their
hands the whole of tho real property
mentioned in tho inventory filed last ,
yoar except aud subject. a herein
Property Bold, ExchanRod or Other
wlso DUposnd of During the Year:
1 acrefl of laud at Makawao, Kni
lua, Oahu, part of the laud described '
in Koyal Patent 117o, Laud Com
mission Award 7713, ap. 45, to Vic-'
toria Kamamalu, were sold to Win.
G.Irwin for $100.
18-100 of an aero of laud at Manoa,
Oahu, part of the land described in
Oraut GIG to M. Kckuanaoa, sold to
Paul Neumann for $25.
A piece of laud near to Emma
street. Honolulu, comprising the
land described as apana 3 in L. C. A.
!U17 to Naai, and a portion of tho
laud described as ap. 20 of It. P. 9971
to V. P. Loloioboku, sold to Captain
King for 100.
18. acres of land at Waikiki, Oahu,
comprising the laud described in
Grant 3583, ap. 1, and a portion of
Grant 278vS,sold to S. C. Allen for
17-100 of an aero of tho land of
Piopio, Hilo, Hawaii, L. C. A. 7713,
to Victoria Kamamalu, was convey
ed to P. S. Lyman in exchange for
tho pieco of land of equal extent
described below under the heading
"Land Acquired by Exchange."
ine lanus ol Kalapaki, Mawihwili,
and Niumalu, Kauai, wore sold by
Keelikolani to P. P. Kanoa, subject
to the condition that tho rents re
served by the lease of the lands then
subsisting should be paid to tho
lessor and her heirs during tho bal
ance of the term of the lease. Tho
lease was for tho terra of 15 years
from Jan. 1, 1880, aud therefore ex
pired on D-c. 31, 1891, when tho
' Trustees' interest in tho land ceased.
Proporty Purchased, Exchangod or
1 Otherwise) Acquirod During the
Two pieces of land having an aroa
together of 35.70 acres situate at
Waiau, Ewa, comprising aps. 1 and
I 2 of L. C. A. G557 to Jonah Piikoi,
1 wero purchased at auction from Sing
Chong & Co. for f-1,200.
L. L. Peleioholaui's interest in an
i undivided .J interest of tho land at
Lahaina, Maui, described in It. P.
3158, L. C. A. 0119 to Kapu was
J purchased for 1250.
A piece of land fronting on Kua
kini street, Honolulu, haviug an
aroa of G1G5 sq. ft., was purchased '
I from Itev. S. E. Bishop for $500.
' LANDS ACQUIRED BY EX- ,
The piece of lijud at Waiakoa, I
I Hilo, Hawaii, having an area of 17
I 100 of an acrn and fnnnlnD mrt rt I
the land described in R. P. 1365 L.
0. A. 11050, ap. 2, was acquirod from I
F.S.Lyman in exchange for the piece
of land of equal aroa mentioned I
PROPERTY OTHERWISE AC-'
By tbo death of Naiapaakal tho J
piece of laud at Kauluwela, Hono
lulu, devised to him and his wife !
and tho survivor of thorn for their
lives by tho will of tho lato Mrs.
Bixhop, revorled to tho Trustees.
Tho land consisted of a houso lot of
anacre in extent.
Mr. 0. It. Bishop by deed record
ed in Lib. 113, folio -100 107, roloasod
unto tho Trusteo his estato for life
in tho proporty on King street, Ho
nolulu, know as "Haloakala1' aud
now occupied as tho "Arlington,"
tho properly includes the brick stores
on tho mauka side of King streot,
Honolulu, occupied by Williams
Bros , E. 0. Hull & Son and Lowers
& Cooke, which wore built by Mr.
Bishop at hi own expense.
By the same deed Mr. Bishop con
voyed to the Trustees upon trust for
the Kamehameha Schools tho pro
perty on Hotel street, lying botweeu
tbo Brewer block ana Dr. McG row's
lot, and it iucludes the land de
scribed iu It. P. 91 to K. J. L. Rives
and tho land described in It. P. 585
to A. Harbottle, except 575 squaro
feet sold to Dr. McGrow.
1'EKSOXAL PHOPEKTY IX THE
HANDS OF THE TRUS
TEES. Hawaiian Gov't Bonds $20,000
Promissory notes secured by
mortgago of real estate. . 9,410
Note unsecured 200
S. M. DAMOjf,
'TIM Btst Co-si in te World
for the Money,"
Look at Them !
Tafce Them Home!
Try Them. On !
And return them if they don't
Thene Cornets are made in
style to fit and suit everybody
and their puraeH.
They urn in t'orty-eiven
different styles and range in
price from 1 to 5 per pair.
Abk to pcm the Extra Long
Waist Sonxettk for $2.25.
They can't be beaten.
If you can't get Corsets
long enough, remember you
can get tho Sonnkttk with
Should you want a CorHct
with Real Whale Bone,
get the tfoxxKTTK.
Scs?" Anyway come in and
Solo Agent for the Ha
Houses For Rent
CI y Homes, Seaslda Honsas, PeiriQ.cIn
(Pearl Harbor) Houses
At Sjiuclal lUtcs. KiirnUhed or Un(tr
nltliej. Building Lois on Long Lease
Jn Desirable Location at WAIKIKI.
A Hotel on Nuuanu Avewe
' von UK NT.
Wu Information furnished ami house
( opened for inspection nt any ttmu.
1 l'.'73-tf queen Street.
To Let or Lease !
! A Yery Convenient New Cottage
' On Wilder Avenue (near I'-nBaco'a street),
with all modern ImpiovoiiientM. Ser-
van's' Itooni. Cnrr age Hii'ibe,
S'ahlcs, Ktu., Ktc. Alio
I I.AK0K l'ASTUHK FOR M0KBK.
Also, Family Home and Oarrlig For Salt
OT For j
roleeu, or of
For pirtlculaM, fnmtlre on th pre-
1". Al. UUUHKY.