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Hint ho ought. On n curvo ho
'might not sco the hcncl o his train,
and an oxporioncetl brakonian
or conductor on tho front car
might, by putting on brakes at tho
wrong time, do a great deal of
harm. A sudden check in push
ing a train would bo more apt to
throw tho ongino off than any of
tho cars. It would bo impossible
to tako a train ovor a four percent
grade at slow speed. The heavior
tho ongino tho less speed is need
ed to tako a grado.
Cross-oxnmined by tho Attorney
Goncral: It is not "a great deal
Bafor" to pull than to push a train,
but it is safor, not so much on
account of mechanical reasons as
becauso tho engineer has not so
much control of his train.
Mr. Walsh, tho defendant, tes
tified: Was born in England, '62
yoara of ago; had boon nulronding
and u orking on steamers since ho
was 17 years of ago; drove pas
sougor tiains on tho Kahului rail
road before taking employment
on tho Wailuku plantation. Wit
yncss gave an elaborate expla
nation of how it was imprac
ticable to dispense with pushing
cars on tho plantation railroad,
llo was in tho habit of running
down tho one-half percent grade
upproaching tho culvert, and as ho
reached tho foot of tho ascending
grado putting on ono-fourth steam;
followed tho same proctico on tho
occasion of this accident; about 80
feet from tho place whore tho en
gine went off ho felt a lurch and
put on tlio steam brake; boforo ho
had timo to revorso tho ongino it
wont over on its side. Unci been
working on tho construction of
tho road for a month boforo run
ning on it; did tako into consider
ation tho newness of tho road;
discussed tho number of cars that
could bo hauled, with Mr. Wells,
and witnoss thought ton cars
would bo about right, but Mr.
Wells gavo him no dofiuito in
structions; witnoss was not parti
cular, as ho folt it was a matter
for his own judgment whon ho be
gan running; found there was no
diiliculty in taking fifteen cars,
and sitico tho accidout no change
had boon made in tho number.
Ho consideied tho speed whon tho
nccidont happened wan six to ten
miles; had ho known tho car
biakes woro on ho would nothavo
exempted to go up tho grado, but
would have whistled off brakes,
rovorsed and taken a f rosh start;
two brakes on going down tho grado
would not luivo muilo much diff
oronco, but if on when steam was
put on ho would notice it at once,
and that was what happened. Wit
ness then gavo details of tho ac
cident and his actions on tho oc
casion. Whon the ongino was
righted thoro was nothing found
wrong with hor, not ovon a nut
was started. Ho called tho atten
tion of all on tho spot to tho fact
that tho steam brako wus on and
tho throttlo closed. Would not
tako an oath on whether ho blam
ed tho road to Mr. Cartor or
not, did not romembor but might
havoflonoso; was not uwuro that
ho had been careless in any do
greo,his greatest surprise was whon
whon ho arrested for ninnslnught
or; sinco tho accident ho had not
changed tho manner of his work
on tho road.
Cross-examined: Witnoss said
that after his committal in Wailu
ku, Mr. Howoll had apologized to
him for tho ovidonco ho had given
at tho coronor's jury; did not bo
iievo ho Bpoko to Mr. Cartor as
that witness had testified, but
would not swoar ho did not. Ho
did not always push tho cars at that
plnce, ho pulled them whenever
practicable; never put on stoam
until tho culvert is passed, as that
is whoro tho grado begins; have
not tho least idea how tho accident
odemred;- tho road was good at
that placo so far ns ho know, if ho
know it was bad ho would not
run ovor it; had been driving
locomotives for ton mouths, wns
previously a firoman; pay was
SCO a month, but ho made about
$80 by ovortimo and (Sunday
This closed tho caso for tho
piosocution, and Judge Carter
desired that argumont should
proceed. Mi. Kinney thoroforo
began his closing address for tho
detonso to tho jury a few minutes
to 6 p. m.
Attor tho Attornoy General
closed for tho prosecution, Judge
Cartor delivered his charge, tho
jury retired, returning in about
three minutes with a unanimous
verdict of "not guilty."
vV fino assortment of Island
colored and uucolored.
' Special orders lakon for coloring
WD TfincT llrna TTntnl Rf
lliuiuni -'"a -"", -wv. ,
3. & N. Lamps
. AND SILK LAMPSHADES.
and of (be Finest.
At the samo Low Hates as usual.
A Dig Lino of New Goods just roccUod per
DRESS SUITS A SPECIALTY.
HEIMGIItOS & DJHCKK.lt,
Kino and Ncuaxu Streets.
HJS Comment is unneccssny.
BAGGAGE delivered and cheok
cd to any Steamer. Furniture
and Pianos carefully moved at
Fort and Queen Sts.
Day Tel. 912, Eesidenoo Tol. 643.
POI! POI! ,
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Lucas' Planing Hill, will liavo
fresli every day
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Which will bo sold to families in large or
small quantities. No Contain
W. L. WILCOX,
131tf Proprietor Kalilii Poi Factory.
Storo open oviuings.
ST. E. BURGESS
Repairs Garden Hcs , Sprinklers. Water Taps.
Snw Filinjr nnd nil kinds of Tools Shnrp
oneil, including Gnrviug Knives nnd Sois
Bors. Lawn Mowers ropaired nnd for ront.
Also, Setting Glnss in fnct nil kinds of
Jobbing. Work colled for nnd returned.
Shop nnd residenco en Miller J street.
Ring up Toloplione 852. 1-tf
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Honolulu. II. 1.
tS Ouico : 114 Merchant street. 104-tf
P.O. Bo .180. FQTJND TE,.K246
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy ITew & Second-Hand
IS AT THE
King &. Nuuanu Sts.
Exclusive and Attractive.
Freo Rods and
GET OFF THE TIM
Fifteen years' experience and nil
NEW AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
W. R. RILEY.
Leave orders at Sanders' Ex
press ofliee, King Street, near
Fort. Tolophono 8G.
SirLgf Lee Co.,
B02 KING STREET.
Opposite Metropolitan Meat Co.
By cory California steamer.
Importers of aU kinds of Groceries, Fruits,
Canned Goods, Cigar and Tobaccos,
at Lowut Prices.
Fresh Vegetables Ahwijs on Hand.
Tobacco and Cigars.
No. 4C8, Nuuanu Btroot.
Has just reccivod n now lino of
DRY GOODS, LADIES AND GENTS'
SHOES AND GENERAL MERCHAN
DISE. Agent for tho following rico plantations:
Wnipio, Wniawn, Wuimalu, Waialun,
Kantoho mul Knpalatna.
gj& My rico fium Knneobo is marked
L A and 1h guaranteed Al.
P.O. Box 111, - - Telephouo 100.
HO YEN KBE & CO.,
and dcaleis In
CROCKEItY, GLASSWARE, ETC., ETC.
Water I'lpes, laid and repaired,
and plumbing m-atly executed.
113- No 11, Nuuanu street.
FOR . . .
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CIGARS, ETC,
At lowest piices, go to
331 Nuuanu street.
CHEONG KEE CO.
All kinds of tinware, crookery,
etc, at lowest prices
141 Nuuanu and Hotel streets
Meals ot All Hours.' Upon from 5 a. m. to
1 o'clook nt night. Saturday, opeu all
nicht. 21 tiokots for $4.50 Everything
Clean. HOTEL STRLET,
214 Opposite Pantheon Saloon.
FEBRUARY 19, 189G.
Special Reduced Sale
Fino Jn j wnoso Mattings,
Silk Gropes, Assorted Colors,
Men's Fine Furnishings.
Hotel street, next to Orilwny & Porter. 182-tf
THE GRASS HOUSE
AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
Wiley's - Improved
DODBLE BDABD3, ADIUSTAILE TOR ....
Pants &; Skirts
J37" FOR SALE BY
Hopp & Co,
74. King Street, or ,
J. W. WILEY at F. II.
Bertel matin's shop, oppo
site New Republic Build
AM NOW prepared to accept jour orders
ford) Ling, nil kinds of cotton Kds.
woolen, sIIKb, crepes, lawns, tte, at
182-tf KauliKc street makal of King street.
HOP 1IING & COMPANY,
Wholesale Dealers In
Chinese Silk, Tea, and Matting,
Liquors and Manila Cigars, English and
402 Hotel street. - - Telephone 147.
Dealer in Chinese Tea, Cigars,
Peanut Oil, Sugor, Soap,
Candles, etc., at lowest
Corner Nuuanu and I aualil strcots. 143
f(AH CHOCK, Propr.)
Meals 25 Cents. fjJNfN.D. .
Prlvato Room for Ladies.
OoRNER IIOTEI. AND TjMoN StS.
LIN SING KEE,
3rM.tim.ber Ss Tinsmith.
Deilcr In Tin and Agate Waic.
All klcds of Plumbing done In a Satisfactory
Manner at Lowest Kates.
P. 0.1)0x274, 212 4C3 Hotel St.
Chock Chee & Co., Merchant Tailors,
Clothes Cleaned and Repaltod.
No. 322 Nuuanu Streot.
215-ly P. O. Rox 233.
223 Quueu Street,
Ciprai's and Tobacco,
LA CONSTANCIA CIGARS
And Other Fino Brands, Wholosalo mid
Retail. 217 tf
Klnuu und Punohbowl Stroota.
3T DelUoreil to all jiarts of tho city.
Telephone 073. 200-tf
imvwp.urJtx&apamJnmmmtrm ntwwnw tfiwiuwuiiwwii'wwwwn tj
P. O. JONES.
T.. A. JOHES
HAVE FOR SALE
A Fow Shares of
Pnia Sugar Stock,
llnwdiinn Sugar Co. Stock.
Hawaiian Government and 1st
Mortgage Sugar Planta
t2T For pnrtionlnrs npply to
Tho Hawaiian Safo Deposit &
408 Fiirt HtrPt ... Honolulu
Castle & Cooke
T. B. MURRAY,
Fitted up with all tho Modern
Manufacturing and Repairing Vehicles
of Every Description.
Blacksmithing and Horso Shoeing.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
A FAMTI.Y HOTKL.
Per Day 8 2,00
Tor Week 1200
Opocial 2ko:it3l5r Ztatail
Tlio Rest of Attendance, tho Rest Situa
tion nnd the Finest Menls in this City
509, Hotel street.
CnOCK SING, Manager.
First-class meals at regular rates. Towl
served on Thursdays nnd &nndayB.
Hoard by week $4. CO.
, fW Tor best quality of MnnillaGigars,
Cigarettes and Tobacco como to Hop Slug's
next door. 147-tf
BREAD, PIES and CAKES
Of all kinds.
fjG& Tho finest imported confectionery
IGIi-tt Hotel Btrcot, noarTorti
C T. AKANA'
No. 324, Nuuanu street.
Fino Suitings mado to erdcr at lowest prices,
145 Clothes cleaned and repaired.
TOM CHUNG KEE,
No. 47, ... . Nuuanu street.
Dealer in Ladies' and Gentle
Hoots nnd Shpes to order. I uo tho best
material. Goods warranted towear well. 143-
Wholesale Dealer in Japanese
Liquors nnd 1'roUsIous, SakI a specialty,
Allen Street. Telephone 703.
QUONG SAM KEE & CO.
Importers and Dealers In
145-tf Corner King and Maunakea Sts.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
U KAAIIUMANU STKEET,
P. O. Box S30. Ttlephonu 345.
For Sale or to Rent.
A dosirnblo dwelling house on
Uftssingor street. Apply to
Tlio Ilawniiun Sftfo Doposit
nnd Investment Company,
Fort street. t
.hsw Buau wwrc)
110 Hotrl street, near Nuuanu.
, J iri"'"Lers
Of Ail Uiiids u' Provision;,
Chinese Tea and1.
GROCERIES, -:- RlCft
All kinds of Oinncd Fruit, Cigars,
and a largo Assortment of goods too
numerous to mention nt the cry
ni. i3 nokjajiu srr.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My 510.00 Rath Tubs, lined with Wl
quality, No. 10 tine, 0 in. Pipe, Chain u.
Dug, with wood rim all complete. Otier
dealers nro dnmfonndcd, and resort to ib
manner of Tricks and Excuses.
Ho not deceived, tliebo Ratli Tubs hioo
been sold for S14 until I reduced the pries.
I am prepared to do all work in my lint
and guaranteo satisfaction. Estimates fi
nished. If you want a pood Job cheap for Cult,,
ring up Telephouo 844, and I nm yua:
JAS. NOTT Jb,
Tinsmith .te Plumta-i
MANUFACTURER, : UPHOL
STERER : AND : DEAL
ER : IN ... .
Furniture, Bedding, Etc., Ete
Controotor und T3utldor.
No. 80, Nuuanu street
lias on hand Coffins, Camphor Trunin,
Matting, Wardrobes, Desks, Matrcsses.ctc
jttr Call in and inspect goods.
Orient Planing Milt
YING FAT & CO., '
CONTKACTOKS AND BUILDEK3,
Furniture of nil Kinds made nnd repnlntW
llulldin houres und making rice mills a iw
clnlty. 1. O. Uox liti, corner King nnd UclttU
streets, ' Id-
WING WO & CO.,
Manufacturers and dealers iu Lading
Gents' and Children's
Boots, - Shoes, - &'- GaitersL
No. 35 Nnunuu St. P. O. Box 15SL
g)B Boots and Shoes mado to orders-,
best stjlc at Wholcsnlo and ltetail prices.
YEE ON CO.,
317 Nuuanu 8t. P. O, Box 143.
Watchmakers and Manufactur
Repairing of Watches and Jewelry, AX
Importers ot Wntthes nnd Clocks o1F1ik
CHIN WO & CO.
Young Ah In, Mgr.
Corner Bcretanla nnd Nuuanu sts., Honolah-
RICE l'LANTEKS-Always have for sale tt
best quality of rico. Our rico marked V Cl3
Is guaranteed to bo Al.
Agents for tlio following rico plantation:
Palama, Unlaw n. Monunlua, Wniklkl, Wnlplt,
Kalawao, Knwalhapa aud Wnloll, Oahu, ttA.
145 TtL'JlS. PO Box 242.
Corner King and Bethel stretts,
Dealer in Cigars and Tobaccou
lkt biniuU of Mnnllla Cigars
and tlnet Cigarettes.
At lowest prices
Suits to order. Pit Guaranteed. Fine Deck
Suit, $.rnp; Piuo Tweed Pauts, $4.f0ttpr;
?ino bult, $18 un. Clothes clenned aud n.
pnirod. 200 KING BTHEIX
P. O. Box 144.
LAI SlaSTG- KEE-
ALL KINDS OF TINWARE, CROCKERY,
cte.,atthuery low ist prices. King AwtZ
makal and Eh a of Maunakea.