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EVENING BULLETIN, ULY 12, 1895.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Senator Baldwin lins gono to
Maui. Ho will roturn on Suudny.
Company B.'s ball team wno
out for prnctico yostorday after
noon. Tho Bulletin has been award
ed the contract for publishing
tlio session laws.
Every inch of passongor nc
oominodution by the Hall was
taken up this morning.
Tho famous E. & W. (Earl &
"Wilson) Collars unci Cutis in lat
ost shapes at Tracy's.
Tho work of grading the' ono
block extension of Miller street
sooms almost interminable.
There woro only throo cases be
fore Judgo Perry this morning,
all of which woro romanded.
Tho regular quarterly mooting
of tho stockholders of Brewer &
Co., took placo this morning.
" Between thirty and forfy mon
aro at work on the excavation fir
tho collars of tho Von Holt build
ing. Tho police attribute tho dull
ness in criminal ciroles to tho
scarcity of money which now
John Ena !nud family loft on
tho W. G. Hall this morning for
Kailua, Kona, whoro they will
spend some wooks
Chester A. Doylo returned by
tho Kinau from Hon'okna whoro
ho has been in -attendance ns in
torprotor boforo the Circuit Court.
Justico, Bickerton was ablo to
sign a decision of tho Supremo
Court yesterday, his condition
having Liken a ohange for tho
Mrs. M. Sinders and Miss
Sanders wero passengors on the
W. G. Hall this morning going
on a visit to Mrs. Walton at l'a
hala. Tho closing exorcises of tho
Iolani College commencod at 2
o'clook this aftornoon. Tho Athlo-tic-
sports take placo immediately
A notico regarding tho presumed
death of Malcolm McLean, for
morly of Glasgow and last heard
of at Honolulu, is published in
Tho work of fixjng up tho in
terior of tho Exooutivo building
is nearly completed. Tho ex
torter of tho building is to bo
painted tho color of s'tono.
Mrs. Flora Irving, a Portuguese
Indy, has tho city prison all to
herself. Sho is undor arreBt for
deserting hor husband to whom
she has boon mnijried two months.
Prosident Dolo and Editor
John E. Bush foregathored in
Knahumann stroftt this aftornoon.
their convorRition boing em
bellished with smiles on both
Tho mason work on tho main
building of tho Bishop hull at
Punahou will bo completed by
tho third weok in July. The
utone steps and balustrades will
bo finished afterwards.
Commissioner Marsden thinks
it was'ono of his toads that scared
tho soft soap man and his horse
yesterda3r, and that tho twonty
feet of snako was attached to tho
batrachinn by a hot woathor im
magination. N. S. Sachs announces that.
owing to extensive building alter
ations, his outiro stock will be
nold at a groat sacrifice.. This
grand opportunity for bargains
will last only two weeks. Now is
tho time to come in for dry goods
and millinery At prices that will
astonish tho buyers.
Some of tho returned college
boys liavo expressed an anxiety
to join tho Citizens' Guard or
some othor similar organization.
Thoy evidontly aro itching for
a littlo oheap glory or something
to talk about when they go back.
Why not got up a small revolu
tion especially for their bonofit.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS.
roim decisions, Jtinrnri) nv
TIIK SUl'KKME COUIIT.
Newell Will rntltlcd to rrobnte-
John ItlcCoIgnn'a Will Inter-
Tho Suprorno Court, by Circuit
Judgo Whiting, who sat in place
of Justico Bickorton, has rondorcd
a unanimous opinion in tho as
sumpsit caso of Jas. E. Holt, Jr.,
vs. Geo. Lycurgus. It sustains
the verdict for the plaiu tifF. Tho
suit was for $710.90, of which
$581,121 was balance of account
and tho rest for intorost. Defend
ant filed a general denial and
contra claim of a no to for $431.25,
an I O U for $110 uud an 1 0 U for
$30. Plaintfl filed no denial of
this sotofFuntil tho opening of tho
caso for trial, when ho filed a do
nial and also plea of payment to
tho Horn $43125 note, with an
affidavit of merits, but no affi
davit of merits was made to
the-1 0 ID's. Tho Court below in
its discretion allowod the answer
to tho sotoil and tho dofendant ex
cepted. Tho jury allowed tho
amount of plaiu tiffs claim, $581.
12J, ns .principal, ond doduoted
thorofrom $110 and $30 I O TJ's
allowed to defendant, and the
furthor oum of $21.25, leaving a
balauco of $419 87, for which
thoy found a verdict for plaintiff
nnd interest thereon from Oct. 4.
1891. A largo sum might have
beon awarded for intorost, but
tho appoHato Court suys this fact
does not injure the defend int. It
also upholds tho discroton of tl e
Circuit Court in allowing an
answor to tho defendant's setoff
at trial. Carter & Kinney for
plaintiff; Neumann for dofondant.
Chief Justico Judd is author
of a unanimousdecision of the Sup
remo Court.in Elizabeth Moorhoad
vs. David Dayton, trustee, Daniel
McCorriston and Hugh McCor
riston bill in equity to ouforco
a trust. It sustuins tho decreo of
Judgo Cooper that the plaintiff,
who was given the rents from tho
property upon which tho Ger
mania Market wjs situate, by the
will of tho late John McColgan, is
not entitled to the rents of the
Criterion Saloon adjacent. Tho
market, the saloon and the black
smith's shop, belonging to tho
stato, woro all used for different
purposes, ronted to different ton
ants and had no connection with
ouch othor. The fact that tho
rents of the Criterion saloon aro
not specifically devisod would not
indicate to the Court's mind that
the testutoi intended them to be
given to the plaintiff in addition
to her othor bequest. Hartwell
for plaintiff; Curtor and Kinney
Justico Frour has written tho
opinion of the Supreme Court in
the raattor of tho est.it' of Thomas
Newell, Lite of California, de
ceased. Judge Whitinc of tho
Circuit Court hud decided that
tho will was not entitled to
probato under ouratitutes, which
say thut no will shall bo valid
uiiIors attested by two or mciro
competent witutsses subscribing
their mimes to the will. The ap
pellate Court reverses tho deci
sion, holding that an attested
holographic will, valid by the
laws of u foreign state in which
the testator whs domiciled at the
time of his douth. may bo admit
ted to ancillary probato hero, and
such ancillary probate may bo al
lowed hero after the expiration of
five years from the doatli of the
Jain is A. Low is the petitionor
for probato of the will, which is
necossury to enablo him to prose
cute a claim against John M.
Horner, assigned to him by the
heirs of ThoranB Newell. Judge
Cooper sat on the h oaring of the
uppoal in place of Justice Bicker
ton. Mr. Noumann ropresontod
tho petitioner. Tho case is re
manded to tho Circuit Court for
such furthor proceedings as may
Joseph O. Oartor, administrator
of estato of Henri G. MoGrow,
vs. tho Mutual Lifo lusurunoo Co.
I of New York was argued and sub
mitted before tho bupromo Court
today, Cecil Brown, Ivirrister, sit
ting in placo of Justice Biokor
tou. Carter and Kinney for
plaintiff'; Castlo for defendant.
Mr. Castlo admitted that tho
guardian has tho possession of
tho lifo insurance policy. In
bis briof Mr. Castlo says the
company desires to pay the
amount duo on tho policy. It
beliovos that Mrs. Alphonsino
McGrew is entitled upon the law
to bo paid tho amount ($5000),
but that question must bo decidod
by the Court. Ho maintains also
that, ppuding an uppo'l, tho
doath of either party to
a divorco suit term inn tes
tho action, and, apart from
that quostion, that Mrs.
Alphonsino McGrow is entitled
o roceivo tho amount due on the
policy, becauso sho is tho benefi
ciary named and intended in tho
Ohora vs. Aokorman was still
on boforo Judgo Cooper all of to
day, the third day.
Pioneer Buildingand Loan
Ciiamdek op Commerce Booms.
Oflice Hours: f 30 Jo 9:30 a.m.
to o p.m.
Monoy loaned on Monthly piy
monts Eleventh sories of stele
now open, For information, etc.,
call on A. V. GEAR,
47 ly Soorotary.
Ladies and Gknti.emen: It affords mc
treat pleas-ire to call tins attention of the pub
lie to my Rule's Hair Tonic, which In the nrs'
and only remedy known to chemistry which
poaltivuly turns gray hair back to Its original
color without dye. I personally Indorse Its
notion nnd glvo tho public my solemn guaran
tee that It has been tested In every conceivable-
way, and has proved lltclf tin- oiilv Hair
Specific. It stops Inilr-falllng imineuintcJy
and creates a luxurious growth Contuin no
Injurious Ingredient. It Is not Mleky ..rgre.ify;
on the contrary, It nv.i'.cs the lu'lr-ott. voulh
Jul, Bully, hceps It In curl nnd unn eVdaiul
rufT. For gentlemen and Injic-t with linlrii
little gra, streaked gray, cntlielv grav aud
with HAM) IIKAD3, It U sp ela'llv recom
mended. All drii'.-glsts 1'iicoSl; aUo Ynle'a Sl.ln
Kond, I..VI; Yule's Cimpc!on Ciniiii, 1
Yule's Knee Powder, 50c; Yele'b Ilea in. v
Sic. Mine Yule. Health Mid Complexion
SpculnlM.Tcmplc of llcauty, HI! bate t,
C uiiagu. (iulde to Ucauty mailed trie
SATURDAY and SUNDAY,
July 13th nnd 14th.
Trains will leavo Honolulu at 0:15 a.m , and
LM p.m. Kcturulug will arrive In Honolulu
at 3:1 1 p.m. and S:S.F p.m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Claps $1 75
2nd Class, 1 25
P. C. Smith,
40-3t Gen'l Fats, and Ticket A cent.
The popular Sta'ide Ilesrrt for
ladies and children. Goid no
commodatio -, Luncheon torvo I.
W. S. BARTLETT.
G20 Fort Sticet,
Two -:- Weeks -:- Only.
z On account of oxtonsivo building nlterat'ons.
THE ENTIRE STOCK
Will bo oflbrod at a groat sacrifice. All goodB will be marked in plain
figures and sold for cash only.
f'This great homo-mado drink is ns hcnlthf j1 as it is plens
nnt. It is good all tho time; good for tho children; good for
tho grown-up folks; good for ovorybody -harmful to none.
It keops tho blood pure and cool, strengthens tho oyslom and
counteracts tho oiTects of tho heat. It is absolutory free from
u singlo intoxicating property nnd is ovory whoro recognized ns
A Temperance Drink
For Temperance People.
A packago of Hire's Rootboor oxtract will make five gal
lons. Tho directions aro so simple that anyono can make tho
most delicious, sparkling, otTorvescont bovorago without
trouble or oxponso. Ask your storokeopor for it, in ado only
by Tho Charles E. Hires Co., Phihulolphin, U. S. A.
" Wo liavo used your Hootbeor for tho last threo years nnd think tlioro !b
nothing equals it. Mas. N. Sickkl, 393 Northampton htreot, Boston, Mass."
" I liavo been using your Itootbeer for threo years, nud havo recommended
it to inuny of my friends. 1 liavo also bson 1nuoh plrnsed with it. It is ro
freshiug nonrishing, in fact words aro inudequato to express its worth. Mks.
S. Buaun, State Htreet, betwoon Constnnos, Now Orleans, L. A., U. S. A ."
Houuon Dnua Company, Wholusalo Druggist.
Denson, Smith fe Company, "
Holusteii Dnuo Company, " "
Lewis & Company, Grocers.
List- Y " P-1
Xn lottery, rntlle or frainoof chnnpi. but &atruIMil linwltinwa ,riL,.
urrMM pno of our Aew ProceM Btovcs between Tiiuiisuav MoitM.so, Junk 'h. and Ono
i.'idnnl.. lVll utiiiu r i A ttrt tuw T mill ln .mlllln.l I.. ... . 711 nw uuJ
-- " O . 1 " "
will bo Bold tit) to thattlmu.lt belli' then lust llvn mnntl. ul.wn i. r,N
'iho person KucgBlugcorrcctly.or coining nearest to the correct numuci
a nrchcnt In cash of the full amount tialdfnrliln Rlnvi In r.. ni i,.-..
the winning number, each shall make a further guess on the sales of thu followlnir week ona
person thus Anally receiving the prlre. fa "v,-"t "
Aa thu stoves will bo sold at regular price, no ono risks anything, only If you cucss m-nr..t
In IIih rlelitnumlH-r vnur glove eo.lnvnn iinllilmr Tl.n .,ri.i...i....rf.....i?. ".". huc" nin.l't
Seal your' guess In an envelope and nlaee
prlyiuo mark on the outside. Tlui euvelopes
will know what Is lusldu each nntll the date
ho hung up before the opening of envelopes,
bff ' a" 1,,m' "
O. W. STUKDBVANT,
W-rng B . 0', To. 931, I'. O. B x, -102. Cor Fort and Dor. Sts.
Honolulu, II. I.
And so can yon in
sido, outsido rind
nil tho way through
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Hnery jtermn who
many of theeo stoves
Dimu nua uurcuaneu.
r, will receive at once
r".ui.Hisi'ijf un uu. jor.ewl'ro-
your name and address on tho Inside and eom
will be carefully kepfand noonu but the uuessers
of opening. A correct list or stoves snlil Cm
which will bo dono at our store In the Warlm?
SUit 7' ,u thu .,'B,'l,' o' tovo purchasers and lie