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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 01, 1896, Page 6, Image 6',
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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 1, I89G.
OIUIIIIIT COUKT rriiM.
Judge Carter will Ilcnr- Jury Cn-
for the Vint Time.
Thoro aro ninety-two cases on
tho calondar for tho Fobruary
torm of tho FirBt Circuit Court to
opon on Monday. Blanks aro
loft for writing in Bovontoon more.
Tho Hawaiian criminal cbbcs
numbor twenty, Hawaiian civil
fivo and mixed jury eleven. Thoro
aro ninotoon foreign criminal
oases, and foreign civU oightoon.
Tho foregoing refers to jury cases.
Of jury-waived cases thero aro
twenty, of which only three
nro wholly Hawaiian in tho par
ties. Most of tho criminal cases
are appeals from district magis
trates, and only a small proportion
of all are for folonious oironscs.
A. V. Carter, First Judgo of tho
First Circuit, will prosido, but
probably his associate, Judgo Per
ry, will hear some of tho cases in
tho second courtroom. This will
bo tho first appearance of oithor of
them on tho bench at a jury torm.
E. P. Dolo, tho new Deputy At
torney General, will bo tho prose
"You seoni sad, my redskinnod
brother;" said tho missionary,
"llodskmucd brother's heart heap
bad," said tho noble son of the
prairie. "White man shoot bet
tor, light bettor, and now Injun
hoar college yell, ho know Injun
can't warwhoop for sour apples.
AVaugh !" Cincinnati Enquirer,
Fond Parcnjt Horo are two
quarters for you, Bobby, to put in
your little bank. Bobby I'd ra
ther have a half, if you'vo got it,
pop. Fond Parent AVhat for?
Bobby-'-'Cos it won't go through
tho hole. Puck.
G. 11. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, cai
furnish best factory references.
kOrdreB lfft tit Hawaiian News Co.
will receive t rompt attention. 'All
work guumnUxd to bo the sumo
as dnno ui factory. tv
-removes wrinkles and all tracts of age. I
foods through the iwiies and build up the
:fatty nicinbrunes and rnbted tlwien,
nourishes the shrivelled and shrunken
skin, tones tud iuvigorutes the nerves nnd
muscles, enriches the impoverished blood
vessels. nmlbuppllcH youthnnd elasticity to
the action of the skin ItVperfect.
Yale's Skin Food.prloo $1.50 and $3,
at oil drop stores. MME. M. YALE.
Health ami Beauty Specialist, 140 Hate St.,
Chicago. Buauty Ouide. mailed free.
HOBHON DBOG CO.,
OrriCKs I lnu.-nii.iti
A list met and
Oomptun , comer Furl and
Di. Goo.' P, Andrews
. Office: Masonic Jlini.mva.
Office liours : 10 to 12 n.m., 3 to 4 p.m.
Itesidenco wltl1 Trof. W. D. Alexnptlor,
Tho Misery Boforo Taking
Tho Happinoss AftorTaklng
Mr. JU JT. UUhop
llaminonton, N. J.
"0. 1. TToml&Co., Lowell, JIaji.i
" Dear Sirs t I hare been In poor health for
to or 23 years, and have heen taklne doctors'
medicines tnoro or less nil the time. I did not
get much relief, My blood was In a bad shape
and my system was all run down. I thought I
must die, but noticing ceTeral testimonials la
the papers In behalf of Hood's Barsaparllla I
bouzlit thrco bottles aurt found that It did me to
uwrti Kood tlmt t continued taking IL I was
without appetite: slotlifullr sleepy, and had a
lieail.icho most nil tlio time. In lact I cannot
describe my fccllups. After u1ur ono bottlo of
Hood's Barsaparllla 1 found It was doing mo
much Rood nnd now I cannot pralso the medlJ
clue too much for what It has done for ta. I
am n disabled saMlerco years old and was afflicted-
with m-uiy Mlments, Including kidney,
lirnnthltK n.id crt rh. hlnco u.lnj? 0 bottles
i)I HooiI'h ' irMin,;rlin I am like mother man.
I'l laet I 'i i.i '(pom'h S irsMjurllli siucd uit
liiu." u i. i uin i-,tti-x4'.io, llmimonton, if. J.
it-lOOT P. n aro piompt and efllclcnt, jxt
eiuy In utu.nu auld ly ull UridjlSlS. 25c.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Agents Tor tho Kopnblio of Hawaii.
Dr. J. K. Smith.
NO. 12, EMMA STREET.
OOlco Hour: 0 to
Fine Fresh Frozen
BUILDING BUKNED RECENTLY
becauBO a clerk t'ORGOT to rouow certain
policies promptly as instructed.
"Ho was discharged.
"A few days'lator, tho owner died without
insurance on hia life, leaving a widow and
three' ydang children In povorty, becauso
ho had NEQLECTEp to Insure. As procrost
nation is more oulpahlo than forgetfnlneea
perhaps tho ownor is having his punish'
"MORAL I Consultation and offlco treat
ment free. Special attention given to pro
INSUKE VOtm LIFE IN
Tho Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the United States.
General Manager for the Hawaiian Islands!
128 Sc 180 FORT STREET.
Blacbmithing in All Its Branches.
W. W. WRIOHTi Proprietor.
(Successor to O. 'West.)
'City Meat Market.
J. Tinker, Proprietor.
Notary Public and Typewriter
II KAAI1UMANU STREET,
r. O. liox 8yo. Tclcphono 3t5.
METB0P0L1TM 11T GO,
81 2Ci33.Gr Street,
Q.J. WAXAXR --- MANAQEn.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
C. B. DWIGHT,
Docs nil kinds of Work in
Cement & Stono Sidewalks & Curbing
IIo has on .band n largo nupply ot
Ohincso Grnnito Curb and always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Estimates
pi von and J owes prices assured. Tele
obono'633. Building Lots!
At WAIKIK1 on enr lino and on PA
LAMA ROAD near Fertilizing
These Lots aro Very Cheap nnd Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirable Aero Tracts near the city and
other Properties for snlo.
BRUCE, WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots and Lands,
1-tf C03 Fort Street, near King.
Temthone C07. P. O. Box 821.
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
Guitar &fe) Maker.
Taro-Patcli and Ukulele Guitars
Mado or Hawaiian Woods.
130 Fort Street Oppobilo Club Stables,
Theabovo Dlcyclo was made ns coodae
H. G-. "Wooten,
107 KIbr street.
(THE RISING SUN)
AT "6 '' S " 1'ItICE
K nj? Street, near Nuum u.
M . . IIESTVIIHAVT
FROM S6.00 UP.
Meals 'at A
1 ( 'l 05
nlfh i 21
'on from Ca.ro. lb
hnlnnlflv. Mien .11
r Sl.."0, Kwryl ii
0 ' 'Miu I'uutlieou Sa con.
Dr. W. L. Moore
WING WO & CO.,
Manufacturers and denlers in Ladies'.
Gents' and Children's
Boots, - Shoes, - 0 - Gaiters.
No. 35 Kunanu St. T. 0. Box 108.
B0 Boots and Shoes made to order in
beet bfylc nt Wholesale and Retail p-ices.
' " 148-tf
Special attention given to dlacaois of tin
eye and car.
Offlco hours y "'j
B09, Hotel street.
CHOCK SING, Manager.
First-class meals at regular rates. Fowl
served on T hurmluyH and Sundays.
Board by weok $4. CO.
ff For bent quality of Manilla Cigars,
Cigarettes -and Tobacco come to flop Sinn's
Corner' King and Itcthcl streets.
Denier in Cignrs nnd Tobaccos
Waianuenno Avo. near Court no-ase. i03-tf
Best brands of Manilla Chrars
and finest Clcarclle. . ,
At loweit )iilcc,
Tho plensuntoat, quietest,
shadiest and most porfectly np
ipainted soasido . resort oil tho
Islands. It is only four miles
from tho heart of tho city and
within easy renoh of tho-traraonra.
which run every, .twonty minutes
or o(onor. -Elegantly furnished
dotaolicd cbttflg'es or rooms aro
obtainable on easy terms. The
table is superior to that of any of
tho city hotels and all tho modern
conveniences aro provided.
Picnics and bathing parties can
obtain extra accommodations by
telephoning in advance.
Tho bjitliing fucilitios of Sans
Souci aro superior tn thoso of any
placoon tho. beach. 89-tf
Our Stock of Spring Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo tho finest on tho
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices
aro moderate. Jowolry in
spec designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice
P. O. Box 2S7
MISS ELEN0RE INGERS0LL
TEACHKU OF THE
Itosideneo with Mrs. E. E
nia and Miller streets.
Address V. 0. Box 403.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Principal Parts of tho World,
Transact a General Banking
Brothers' Cement .
CorrugaUd Iron Roofing,
' Galvanized Water Fipe
Paints and Oils.
Roche Harbor Lime,
G. & C. Fine Flour,
1 HaV) Grain, and Groceries,
XHiBKPwo$llfe.rJ-u T"fc St f T mB B
Made of the Finest and Most Delicately Flavored Tobacco.
For sale hyJallDniggiBtajind Cigar Dealers. ' '
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
mM S$ PW
For Q Old.
One of tbs Best Known
Rescenis of Seattle
Cured of Kidney Disease,
tism, and Nervousness.
CHARLES PROSCH, Soorotary of tho'waehlngton Plonoor Aonoclatlon.
on Ninth Street, " '.'
Wblls, RicuAnnsoK & Co., I SEATTLH' WaS"" ,My lS' t X
Gentlemen : For borne years my kidneys havo been affected, and a mild form .of
rheuimatism afllicted me.
h The worst affliction from which I suffered more or less fortcn yenrs past has been insomnia
and its natural results, extreme, nervousness. This grew f i had that it was often difficult for
me to write my name legibly. Pallia'a" Celery Compound has cured mo of the insomnia
and nervousness, so that I again enjoy refreshing bleep.
For some months last year I suffered acute pains in my chest, which almost nightly compelled
me to arise from bed and walk the. floor or sit up for hours. A recumbent position Drought
on the pains day or night j the position assumed in writing also caused them. I havo-boon
happily relieved of these various disorders by Paine.'s Celery Compound, and now enjoy
Munvi uMuiu mau i nave iHuenonceu hi any ume in me previous ten years.
I shall advise my friends, one and all, to try Paine's '.j7V "
celery UompounU lor such ills as I ha.ve suffered from.
HOLLISTER DRUG Go
'4n. ,rJ- ,.P
Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
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