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ISVENIXQ HULLETIN, NOVUM Mill '22, 1895.
BTltANIMNCJ or TIIK IlELniC.
G'nptnlu Wnlker Ilcprlniuiulcd for
Ilrror of Judgment.
Captain W. II. Walker, who
was iu command of tho stoam
nhip Bolgio whon 8hn went ashuro
on tlio bench ot Sunosaki on
Soptembor 8th, csc.tpos with a
sovoro reprimand. Tho court of
inquiry was held at Yokohama on
Monday, Ootobor 21. J. 0. Hall,
British Consul, prosidod, and tho
following sat with him as asses
sors: Captain E. Stroet, steam
ship Itavonnn; Captain W. A.
Evans, stoamship Montnouth
sliiro. and Cnptuin It. Mucgri-gur,
steamship Guildhall. Captain
Walkor's explanation to thorn wns
that hu mistook Alula bond for
SunoFnki, and ho was merely do
clarod guilty of an orror of judg
ment. G. T. Tiltson, tho first ofiicor,
sworo that tho captain seoitied
solior whon he saw him last just
botoro tho accident, but refused
to swear that ho regarded him ns
a sober person. Ho said he had
remonstrnti'd with him many
times about drinking. He was
afraid the captain did gut full
after tho disaster. J. F. l.owdor,
who dofondod Cnptain Valker,
gavo tho chief a sharp cross ex
amining, and brought out the fact
that tho rotations of mato and
mnslor woro not pleasant. Tho
evidence of the other oflicors fail
ed to sustain tho charge of drunkenness
HAD I'LACr l'Olt IIUSItANIlW.
Held i:cioult1o for the Uttcruncei
of Their Wlvca.
St. Paul, Nov. 5. A decision
by tho Minnesota Supremo Court
today indicates that Minnesota
husbands with hot-temporcd wivos
will either havo to kuop them at
homo or send them out calling
muzzled. The decision is in tho
case of William Pett Morgan
against Esther Konnody ot al.
and William Kennedy, her husband.
Tho court holds that tho common
law rulo making tho husband
liablo fur d m.igos for slnndorous
woids uttered by tho wifo, even
though ho mus not pieeont and
had not participated, iB not ubro
gitod by any of tho statutes re
lating to marriages, but still holds
good. Tho court finds that the
words used by Mrs. Kennedy
against Morg.m, "ho 1ms been
drunk throughout Thanksgiving
wotk," involvo moral turpitude
on tho p!aintill"s part, as wo 11 as
cli.iiging him with the commis
sion of uu indictable ofl'ense.
Tho pn-nt Stalo of California
was valued by tho assessors of
1890 at if 581, 578,070.
Utah, including tho improvo
niont mndo bv too Mormons, is
In 1890 over 2,000,000,000
worth of property was legally ox
ompt from taxation in the United
WewYeaiaceg . . .
KAPIOLANI -:- PARK
January 1, 1BSB.
1st Bicycle IUcf; E O Hall Trophy. Free
2d llicvcn; IIackj Oue-lmlt mllo Juvenile.
Upen to all uon-wiuuers under 10
fld IIicvlxk IIackj rrizo not decided. Ar-
riiiioiiicut to bo made luter.
4tli"ltu.s.MNn IUck; l'rizo $100 I'urgo.
One-half milo and repeat. Weight
Cth-TiiOTTiNii IIackj Prizo SlOOPnwe. 3
minute, class; milu hoatB, best 2 Iu .'I.
For Hawaiian hrod horses.
Gth-TitOTTiNu ltACEj l'rizo $100 1'urne.
2:10 clam; 1 milo hents, best 2 iu 3.
Free for all
7th-0.SK Milk Novkltv Udnninu IIackj
l'rizo $100. Kreoforall. First horso
lenchiug tho quarter to ruceivo$25.
First horso reaching the halt to re-
ccivo $2.j, Find horso roaching tho
thiro-quartcr to receive $25. First
horso reaching; homo to rcceivo $25.
This raco will ho of epuclal intorest as It
will allow admittance of both lone; ami short
Entrance fie to trotting and rnnning
races to bo leu (10) percent of the amount
ul the purM-'N,
All trotting mid imcliiu race are to ho
governed by llio Hawaiian Jockey Club
rules, Entries to tloxo uu hecemkr Ifith,
gW IV fuilhor Information uddresi
1. O.JIui-W JIiiKr.
Queen : Street :
EVAPORATED FKUITS : PEACHES, PEAKS, AP
RICOTS, PRUNES, APPLES, Etc
ASSORTED CHUTNEYS, HAMS, QUEEN OLIVES,
HOTCH POTCII, VEGETABLE, CHICKEN BROTH,
MULLIKATAWNY, OX CHEEK, ETC., ETC.
Tinned T3uttor, Top o' Can IhilUr, Whitnoy
Roll Wutter, Potted Moats, Bonod Turkoy,
Chicken, Dovilod Ham, T.unch Tonguos,
Bunelcss lierriiig, Boston Baked Roans and
a coinpluto lines of
: St. ": Store, : No. : (0.
Marseilles Quilts, Toilet Quilts.
-: FLUTTER DUCK :
Silks And Surahs,
Fancy Colored Silks
Crepo Grenadines, Real Maltose Laco,
Valonciennos Laco. Ladies and Gents
Kimborly Gloves, Ladies Cloths lh-owu,
Drab and Grey, Ladirs Black Hos, Sani
tary Dyo, D. P. Corsets, R. and G. Corsots,
Equipoiso "Waists and Corsots
John T. Waterkouse
Shoes Up to Date
ZMIaia.-u.fsiot'ULieis Slxoe Ca's
BIG STORE ON FORT STREET.
eati liiftnr. ih
TmiuH will leave on Hatnrlirs nt 9il6
p.m., nml Iil. li.iu., arnii.a 1.1 Honolulu
nt .1:11 p.m. nml ti:20 p.m.
Train will loiivo on Sundays n' n:l." a.m.,
arriving In Honolulu nt Oi'd i. in.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class ,l 75
2nd Class, 1 25
F. C. Smith,
132-3m Clon'l l',i. nnd Ticket Agent,
P. O. Rox 480.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy lew & Second-Hand
.IS AT THE.
King &. Nuuanu Sts.
I X L!
m "Tq",T-iTJ,'3WC-M JPfjB
Hie Rcvolvioff Doll Staid
IX THE HHOW WINDOW AT
Attracts old unci young nliko with
itn army of DOLUS of all kinds imd
sizes nml variety of
Tliis is lint nn indication ot tho
completeness in all lino ot Holiday
Goods for which Tiiom. C5. Tiiiiu.m
linn been noted iu liix entering to
tlio lioliduy wnutH of thin eo mm un
ity for nearly n qnnrtor of century.
SANTA CLAUS, HEADQUARTERS
uiu:n'i.i(.V iilock, (out htiikct,
Presents a variety of
Toy, Games, Dlooko. Wiikoiih, etc., n full if not fuller than over, as U
the. collection ot Holiday llcoks iu uow nnd tasty binding', Artintio Caluud
nrn, Booklets, OuriHtmna and New Year Cards. Lndius and Uauti Inthur
Quods of finest make, Crepo Tissue 1'aporn, High Class Stationery, cto.
enables us to confidently claim tho attention, of holiday buyers thereto. '
M0Ordors from tho other islands givou careful attention both as to
defection and packages. IKO-tf
FINEST DRilDE DF
Hawaiian Blue Stone
in . .
In order to be "Right
in it," always insist on
getting Seattle Brew
ing and Malting Co.'s
Criterion. .-. Saloon.
A general stock of Liquors, Ales und
FJIESH JIKEK iLWAYSON IIIIAUHIIT.
OUR PORT AND SHERRY.
27 oito Vv
XAfBi 1 IJ8J4s
ft AUB4S rn. 4
I m't tirr mikj. (
I lunun I
rles! The finest Stout
In Hawaii for
poscH Cut to
onler In any
size or shape
to h u i t the
trade or pub
lic. . . ' . .
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
and (killers In
CKOCKEIIY, f!I,A8SVA!lE, ETC., ETC.
Water l'lpcs, laid und repaired,
and tiliiinlilni: neatly executed.
143- No 41, Nuuami street.
Orient Planing Mill,
V1NG FAT & CO.,
CONTHACTOKS AM) IIUII.DEUS,
Furniture of all kinds mndo and repaired,
llulldliur houses und tniiMng rko mills a spe
cialty. 1 O. Uox 1!W, corner Klni; and llcllie,
A PAMIIiY IIOTKL.
Per Dny 8 2.00
Per Week 12.00
Epeciol I-IonttLly liatul
Tho Best of Attomlnnco, tlio Heat Situa
tion mul tho FinvBt Mollis in this City
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Dottlors in Lumbor nnil Coul
and Building Mntoriula of all
Quoon Stroot, Honolulu.
BKONZE 1IUASS, and IKON
mndo nnd repaired.
2TurUculnr ntlcntion paid to
I I LYNN,
Castle & Cooke
4 12 Reasons Why
it's Best to
a rescent 3
Is the same as
used In the Pu
! I .inn von lion
Aueut fur Lane Hroi., S. V.
Are of tho fluent and eomo to uh
direct fnim Kurujio
OUR MCBRAYKR WHISKEY
Imiiorteil lrlKlit from IxjuIh.
JAMES OLDS, Prop.
Arthur Harrison, Prop.
Hawaiian .'. Lime.
In Bbls. or In Buckets,
Ilicludiiid CDlitalner CO tenU ler bucket.
PACIFIC IIARDWAKE CO,, Ltd,
(Kixclul Uruihon Iutku lot fur lilpintnl,)
I. Crescents are leaders
J a. Crescents are guaranteed
3. Crescents are strnmr ntA i.rr.i.i
4. Crescents are perfect in every detail
5. Crescents are light and easy running
6. Crescent riders are proud of their
7. Crescent buyers get their money's
qs " vh.pli.ho mc uuiit uy sKiiicu woric-
1 9- Crescent3 are made by a responsible
21 concern '
Wj 10. Crescents are high-grade nnd up-to-JjMi
ffi 11. Crescents are handsome jm Atm
jM and finish
l1 is. Crescent prices are right nnd suit the
Jlluttralpil Cntnloaite rttl'.r. mi Awlliulluii.
WESTERN WHEEL WORKS,
fl.Haokfeld & Co,
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