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evening. Bulletin, april is, 18.9&
WHO SAID SO?
THIRD CIRCUIT COURT.
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; A dining room is never complete unless
there is a Sideboard to match tho rest of
.your dining room Furniture. This pieco of
furniture used to bo a luxury on account of
tho high prices, but of late years tho price
for a good Oak Sidoboard carved in pretty
designs, is in tho reach of tho ordinary man.
v Come early and avoid tho rush.
WE SAID SO!
Robinson Block on Hotel
Bedroom Suits Galore
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In Oak, Birch, Curly Maplo and other woods that aro up to
tho Standard in ovory particular. Imported direct from tho
. Factory by Fumituro Dealers who aro always up-to-dato and
thoroughly NEXT to themselves on ovorything pertaining to
house furnishing. You don't make any mistako when you
buy Bedroom Sots from us, and whisper, tho price will be
within your reach.
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Fine dinner sets and tho
collecting of odd pieces of pretty
China is a fad that most peo
ple in ' Honolulu aro guilty of.
Perhaps you havo such a col
lection stowed away in your
pantry. If so don't you want
to display them to your friends?
This you can do properly in
one way only, to wit: by in
vesting a few dollars in a
China Closet. We present to
your notice an Oak Framo
with an Oval Glass that is tho
proper thing, and whisper
again, tho price will suit you
as woll as us.
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Nothing sets a lady's room
off as woll as a Chiffonier. Tho
ono wo present above has a
fino French plato Bevel Mir
ror and several drawers. This
piece of fuanituro is highly
polished and makes a very de
sirablo pieco of furniture in
deed. We havo them in dif
ferent woods. Birch and Oak,
however, are tho most popular.
Now, don't forgot that, besidos
tho articles enumerated abovo
our stock is complete in othor
branches of House Furnishing.
For instance, wo havo a stock
of Porticr Curtains to select
from that are up to tho limit.
Table and Stand Covers that
will harmonize with your wall
papor and carpets, Patent Cur
tain Poles and Shades that aro
warranted to work properly,
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Secretary Book Cases.
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Now, we aro going to tell you about a hand
some pieco of furniture. Not only is this
Secretary Book Caso pretty, but it is useful
as well. On ono sido you havo adjustable
shelves that can bo made to fit any size book.
At the top of the other sido is a fino French
Plate Bevel Mirror, below this is a complete
Writing Desk fitted out with holes, drawers
and other accessories necessary to a well
ordered desk and completed with a folding
shelf that can be let dt wn when writing and
closed and locked afterward. Below tho desk
are three drawers that come in very handy
.for holding writing material and odds and
ends that accumulate about a pieco of furni
ture of this description.
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FinST TEIUI EVElt IIIXD IN KONA
Full Calendar Ilefure Judge A11MI11
Jtlnnr Prosecution Abnndnncd
Tho Third Judicial Circuit of
tho Circuit Court was opened by
Judgo S. L. Austin nt Kailun.
UCona, on April 1, 189G, for tho
first timo since its clmngo from
"Wnioliinu, Knu. Tho Court was
hold ju tho old skating rink, which
18 niry, largo and very cool..
E. P. Dolo ropresonted tho Ko
public of Hawnii as Doputy At
torney General; E. G. Hitchcock,
ns Sheriff of Hawaii; Chestor A.
Doylo, bb Japancso intorprotor;
Li Cheung ns Chineso interpreter,
and Mr. "Williams of Kohala, Ha
waiian interpreter, D. Porter,
Clerk of tho Court, and Mr.
Marks, Court stenographer.
Tho lawyors present woro
Messrs. Gardner K. "Wilder, Gil
bert P. Littlo, TV. L.Stauloy,S.
M. I3nllou,a Enoch JohnBon,
H. L. Holstoin, tho new Senator,
G. 13. Kamauoha, Mr. Williams of
Kohala and others.
Marshal Brown and Mr. Dil
lingham camo from Honolulu via
Mahukona, and Btayed a day or
so, thon went over to Mousarrat's
ranch to Bpond a week. Mrs.
PariB's hotel was full. The latest
acquisition to Kailua is a cottago
of Bix rooms, which Gonrrrn TM.
Dougall haB built for the accom
modation of the traveling public.
xi was occupieu oy the Court
folks and from nil fiormmfa lm
guests woro woll satisfied. Gonial
Uoorgo spared no troublo to
make all feol at homo. His choE
Was formorlv in tlin nmnlnv nf
the Hawaiian Hotol as first cook;
so all woro satisliod and pleaBcd.
Kailua has wanted a placo of this
kind for somo timo for tlin nc.
commodation of invalids who
would find Koua (at tho beach)
ono of tho greatest of placos for
holping weuk luugai
liolow is a calondar of tho torm
with tho business noted as dis
patched: OltlJIINAI, CASKS HAWAIIAN JUltY.
1 Keomoku, omhezzlomont,
noil nros. entered bv tho Dnrmfv
2 Enoka Kapa, assault and
battory, noil proB, entered by tho
Doputy Attorney Geuoral.
o xveaiouamaui, assault and
battory, found guilty. Dofondanfc
for himself: fino SI fino nnalu
'1 Kaluahino. ntfnmnf nt rnnn
fOUUd CTUlltv. 1 VCnr l mnntlia
5 Isaac KlllO. Trnnf?pn ninili-
cino without a license, found guil-
ly, cuu nno, vm coBts.
G Miki. assault nnd lmHnrv
plea guilty, appeal withdrawn.
i donn ilua, larceny fourth
degree, appeal withdrawn.
8 Nawahino, practice inedi
cino without a hconBq, appeal
9 Tom Martin, ndnlfnrv nti.
peal withdrawn, fino $35.
10 Kinolau, practico medicino
without a liconBo, found not guilty.
xi x-ooKiia, nouso breaking,
noil pros entered.
12 Aho. lamnilV fnnrfll ilnnrnn
noil pros entered.
HAWAIIAN OABLS JVltY WAIVIII).
Attornov Uenoral naks to rimcrm.
CHIMINAL CASES rOUEION JU11Y.
-2,1 a:.)V'A,,yi selling liquor
Without lllCOllSO.nostnonnd in f"M
22 Ako. BollillL' liiinnr wUlmnf
liconso, appeal withdrawn.
assnult and battory, noil proa.
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25 .loo. Kiutoll, assnult and
Imttiiry, noil pros,
2(1 J. Gaudutolii. iitiuiniii mill
MiVory noM nPP0Brnnci iH for.
27 Inoyo (Jnn) vngrnnoy, non
npponrnnoo, hnll forfoltml,
Jliijiaw without IIuoiiho, Imll W
& I'lilor (loniiiM, buruliiryi
ilafU ijIuimIk unllly, POUlDucd bum.
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