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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 8. 1895.
Shv jOuihi tlUlin.
Pledged to neither Sect nor 1'iirty,
Hut Iislablithcd for the Jlentfit of AV.
FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 181)3.
CIU0KETER3 IN SESSION.
They Eloct 0 111 cora nnd Fix Dtito for
Opening tlio Season.
Urtv. V. II. Kitoat, prefiiloiit, lillod
thu chnir nt Um nnmial meeting of
tho Honolulu Crickot Club yosttir
dny ovouhitf. II h pruRuutetl an iu
tert'Sliiitf report on lat year's work,
rouotninondniK, aha, that a lettur of
eoiuloloneo b i aotit (o tho nearest of
kiu to tho lato Charles L. Carter,
who win a member of tho club.
Mo3sr?. Kiteat, IJrasch and L. J.
Iovoy were appointed to draft such
Mr. Kiteat, (.win; lo a proasuro of
other dulief, would not stand for
another term as president, and tho
following now ollieers were eleeted
for tho current year:
M. Braseli, president.
Thomas Lishman, vice-president.
It. L. Auorbaeh, seeretary and
A. H. Hatfield, eaptaiu.
W. L. Stanley, A. 11. Garvio and P.
C. 1'aotow, board of management.
It was decided to havo a uniform
in accordance with tlio rule fixiug
tho club colors as blue, and tho cap
tain, vice captain and president wero
appointed a committee to attend to
It was decided to hold a smoking
concert in tho immediate future,
and the following committeo was
appointed to manage it, viz.: W. L.
Stanloy, A. R. Garvio. A. St. M.
Mackintosh and V. H. Kiteat.
Tho season was appointod to be
openod on April 13.
Votes"of thanks wero passed to
tho retiring president, for his valu- j
ablo service of two yours, and to
Thomas Krouse, landlord of tho ,
Arliugtou Hotel, for kindly granting
tho use of a parlor for tho meeting. '
There was much enthusiasm mam- ,
festod at the mootiug, giving pro-
mise of a good season. '
Various Ponnlttfs Imposed for Trn
son and Misprision Thoreot.
Sentences wero announced in tho
following cases of treason to-day as
Kiliona Poopoe, five years and
' $5000 tlio fiuo remitted and sen
tence of imprisonment suspended by
William K. Pua, five years and
.?"000 the lino remitted and sen
tence of imprisonment suspended.
Haha, John Kaolowi, J. K. Ka
mali, John James Matthews, Wil
liam Joepli, Xahiualaii, Kanihue,
Henry Euoka. Pihena, Kaholo, Kit
hauauui Kaniela. John Pio, Joe Ka
hnpuwaiki, Wuiinma, Kakaio and
William Kauwotiaole, five years and
S.1000 tho fiuo being remitted by
clHiueticy of tho Executive.
Tho following eases of misprision
of treason have beou adjudicated
upon as follows:
Johu C. Lnno guilty or fourth,
fifth, tenth, eleventh and thirteenth
specifications, and of tho charge,
not uuilty as to the eight oilier
specifications sentenced to six
1 mouths' imprisonment and to pay
, $100 fine.
Kaimimoku guilty of fourth aud
fifth specifications and of the charge
six months aud $100.
! Alexander Smith guilty of lirt
and second specifications and of the
charge, having pleaded guilty six
; months and .$100, but tho President
remits tho fine.
Johu K. 13ak-r guilty of fourth
aud fifth specifications aud of tho
charge, having pleaded guilty three
months aud $10.
James Aylett guilty of first and
I speond specifications aud of the
chargo, having pleaded guilty ouo
j mouth aud $50.
Jonah Kalaniauaole guilty of
fourth, fifth, tenth, eleventh and
thirteenth specifications, and of tho
charge one year aud S1OG0 and bo
imprisonod until the fiuo is paid.
William K. Hutchison guilty of
all specifications oxcoptiug t ho sixth,
twelfth and thirteeuth, and of tho
chargo two years and $500, miti
gated, on thu recommendation of tho
Judge Advocate, to a fine of $250
and imprisonment uutil such fiuo
shall bo paid.
By Jan. F. morgan.
Several Matters In Probata and I
William Wntorhoiiso Dimond by
his counsel, Carter it Kiunoy, de
murred to tho complaint of Johu T.,
Henry and William Waterhouse, on !
the grounds that it doos not statu
facts sufficient to constitute a causo ,
of nctiouj and that it is uuiutolligi
blo, ambiguous, vague aud uncer-'
tain, otc. Judge Coopor having ,
over-ruled tho demurrer, Dimond
enters exceptions to tho ruling. i
In Kuauiu and Luka and Clarissa
E. Cummings vs. Mrs. Njau Iaukea
aud Mrs. E. M. Xukuiua, potilion to :
have lease declared effective and ,
valid for five years ouly, Mrs. Naku
iua has filed an answer to tho com
Judge Coopor has ordered letters
of administration to issue to C. II. i
Bishop ou the estate of Kobachi,
deceased, uudor $1000 bond. C.
Brown for potitiouor.
Maria S. Davis, as next friond to I
J. K. Sumner, has filed a bond fit j
JroiXJ with John K. Wilder as surety,
for costs iii her suit against M. F.
Johu Cook denies ho is indebted
to Johu Emmeluth iu tho sum of
Judge Cooper has approved the
accouuts of trusteos of estato of
Maria King. J. M. Monsarrat for
trustees. A balauco of $992.00 was
paid by Bruco Cartwright, trusteo,
to Mrs. Brown.
Au execution has issuod iu the
case of W. C. Achi vs. J. Alapai aud
Mary Alapai for $21.85.
Judge Cooper has given an order
for hearing of petition of Jacob
Coorpor aud Richard Strauch, bank
rupts, for discharge,
Household -:- Furniture
On TUESDAY, March 12,
AT in O'CLOCK A. M
AttliB Residence of HON. C. It. I1IS1I01',
Knmn street, I will suit at l'uu-
Tho : Entiro : Housohold : Furnituro,
Comprising In part
Htavy PLATE GL1SS DRESSING MIRRORS
With Marble Mantels;
Mahogany Chairs and Tables,
French Walnut Oulco Table,
itibony Parlor Suite,
Upholstered In Drocadod Silk;
inlaid Center and SIdo Tables,
1 Koa State Bedstead,
Mnliogany nnd Koa Wardrobes,
1 11. W. Sflrror Front Wurdrobo,
11. W. rillar Extension Table,
French Walnut Sideboard
Bureaus, H. W. S'dcboard,
Kou Tables, Ko , Ktc, Etc.
Promises open lor Inspection on
Monday, Mitruli 11th, from 0 a. m. to 3 r. m.
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
AUCTION SALE OP
Household -:- Furniture
LOO AI. AND GENERAL NEWS.
The first of a now series of French
dinners will bo given at tho Hawai
ian Hotol to-morrow ovoning. There
will be music by the Hawaiian quin
totclub during, aud a danco after
A Chinaman was arrested this af
ternoon for alleged stealing of chick
ens. Tko theft ocourrod about a
week ago at Kalihi aud tho prosocu
tion was instituted ou accouut of a
conflict between tho owuor of tho
fowls aud tho accused yesterday.
If you waut to buy a roally good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Brown it Kuboy,
at No. i. Masonic Tomploj there you
will liuu tho largest variety in Ho
nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks
nnd watches sold on wookly and
monthly payments. Brown it Kuboy
make a specialty of rubber stamps.
On MONDAY, March 11th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
I will soil at Public Auction, at the Ileal
donee of J. 0. WHITE, 10 Knkul street,
tho Entire Household Furniture, consist
1 B. W. Bedroom Set,
1 Oak Hodroom Bet, lounge,
Spring Mattressu, Mosquito Nets,
Hugs, Pictures, M. T. Table, Piano,
B. W. Chairs and Rockers,
Clock, Lamps, Bureaus, Wardrobe,
II. W. Kxtonalou Dining Tnblu,
Crockery aud Glassware, Single Dudstead,
"Fairy" Stovo nnd Cooking Utensil',
Qardon Hose, Brake, Ktu,, Etc.
LowId !f. Liovoy,
March 4, 1S95.
The fourth of Atorch is al
ways a gala day in Washington
on account of the gathering of
the clans. This time it is par
ticularly "gala" on account of
the change in the politics of a
majority in Congress. While
they have not the necessary
two-thirds majority to pass bills
over the President's veto they
can make it very interesting.
Legislation will probably be so
clogged through fillibustering
that the newspapers in the States
will spend the next six months
The success of the Avery
Plantation Improvements is far
beyond our expectations. The
planters using them on Hawaii
are as pleased with them as
men who recognize a good
thing when they see it can be.
We publish below a couple
of letters received from well
known managers on Hawaii:
Onomea Sugar Co.
February 25, 189 5.
Ar. John A.Scott,
"The Onomea Sugar Co., has
now in use three of the Stub
"1 think these machines are
indispensable for the proper
cultivation of rattoons.
"We have never had an im
plement that would so thor
oughly loosen the earth around
the stools and put the soil in
such condition that the air,
moisture and fertilizer would
so readily find access to the
fine roots of the cane and the
roots around them.
"I am glad to testify' to the
merits of these tools. The
sugar land Diso Cultivators
arrived too late for much use
in cultivation of the last young
plant and rattoons, but I be
lieve they will prove to be very
useful and labor saving imple
ment in districts where cane is
raised without irrigation.
W. W. Goodale.
Ar. Ross, manager of Ha
kalau Plantation has the im
plements in use and says:
February, 16, 189 $.
To Mr. E. R. Hendry,
President and Ahnager, Ha
waiian Hardware Co., Hono
We use the Avery Stubble
Digger Fertilizer Distributor
and Cane Cultivator. They
save labor and do the work
claimed for them. The Stub
ble Digger I consider a particu
larly good implement.
We keep all of these imple
ments in stock and will be
pleased to show them or mail
photographs to parties interest
ed in the cultivation of sugar
Tic Hawaiian Hardware Ge. Ltd,
Oj pofclt Rjttvcfcehf Block,
KxCt-V ETOXST WfJf KI "
L. B. Kerr ' J
is tho only
innn in Ho
JCS1" Tho Automatic Pkaiu, kwxio Magwnk with
the Litest . Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Heavy Work To Purchasers; luntruotions in Arisene,
Tinsel, Suhnclle and Fanny Embroidery Work will be given.
Unsurpassed as a Toilet Requisite.
FACE AND LIPS,
Superb Just After Shaving.
ilunso.v, N. II., l'eb. 21, 1800.
Mr A. 8. Hindi,
Dear fir: I think it my duty to write yon In regard to your
wonderful Honkv ami Almond Oiifav. Whui I commenced aiing
It, my hands would crack upon, and were so bad that I could not
close them without making them bleed, and my fiuu was rough
and chapping 1 have had one botilp, and hit hands and faco uro
entirety cured, aud I think It my duty to nralsn this wonderful re
medy. JllKS Marv O. Durnt.
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Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars,
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