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EVENING BULLETIN, MAKOII 25, 1807.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Co. A drills tonight. ,
Goo. E. Doardmnn has a houso
Good grocorios aro tho card nt
Kainohamoha Lodgo of Perfec
tion moots this ovoninant Masonic
Born In Honolulu, last night,
to tho wifo of E. '11. Adams, a
Wray Taylor, Electoral KegiB
trar,iH issuing supplies to tho
Tho Fornandos mortgago sale
by W. 8. JJuco was postponed to
day for ouo weok.
Tho concort nt tho Kaumaka
pili church will be tho attraction
for Saturday ovoning.
Tho Commissioners of Educa
tion, will hold tho usual wcokly
nieotiug this afternoon.
JJ" S. Hirai has been officially re
ceived as Elovo Consul to tho
Inspector SatnMacy handled tho
vast array of hacks with muoh
ability at tho wedding last night.
Subscribers to application for
a Red Mon's charter are called to,
a business mooting tomorrow
Two Ohincso chefn fionds wero
arrested today: also a Portuguese
named Joso Forroira as a fraudu
Gus Soliumnn has received new
vehicles by tho Martha Davis,
which ho ollors elsowhero at bed
Last night's wind did not bring
much rain. Only eight hundredths
of an inch was noted at Prank
Brown's place. .
Tho work of removing tho tolo
phono wiros preparatory to taking
down tho tower on Honolulu Halo
has boe'n coramonood.
Judgo, do la Vorgno fined a
Chinaman with tho ugly naino of
Ng Ung 50 this morning for
opium in possession.
In thd list of fish examined by
Inspector Eeliipio at tho Fish
Market last week thorn worn no
less than 64 distinct varieties;
3. S. Walker "roceived but ono
bid for repairing tho bark Bosalie.
It was out of sight, and the bark
will bo .offored at auction Satur
day. In tho polico court this morn
ing Frank Lillis and W. J. Mor
row, arrested on suspicion of
having opium iu possession, woro
Judge "Wilcox this morning
hold W.tT. Coelho, tho defaulting
clerk' of tho District Court, for
trial in 'tho Circuit Court on tho
charge of ombezzloraont.
A moukoy belonging to the
White Houso on Nuuauu street
gavo birth to a liltlo one this
morning. It is believed to bo tho
first event of the kind' on tho isl
ands. A council of tax assessors is in
Bession at tho head ofuoo, consti
tuted of Jonathan Shaw, Oahu;
H. 0. Austin, Hawaii C. H. Dio
koy, Maui, and J. K. Farloy,
TI13 new Portuguese Kinder
garten on Miller street will bo
opened tomorrow morning at 10
j o'clock with" appropriate oxor
yjiBOS. All those interested are
' 'cordially invited to atteud.
The many frionds of "W. S.
Edings hope he will be appointed
to succeed Judge do la Vorgno.
Mr. Edings has many qualifica
tions for tho office besides those
of legal knowledge and exper
ience Don't forgpt tho closing out solo
at the Temple of Fashion, it bo
gins April 1. Tho storo will bo
closed on March 29, 30 and 31,
when all goods will bo marked in
plain figures at a reduction of 25
per cent on tho actual cost price.
Tho practise of allowing young
hoodlums from Queen streot to
play ball and othor noisy qames
ou the grounds of tho Judiciary
building is one that should be
Btopped, especially during ses
sions of tho Board of Health or
Tho corset and ladies' shift
waist sale at Jordan's Btoro is still
going but will positively closo
Saturday. This may bo your, last
chance to socuro such bargains,
't Tho corsets are from "25, cents up
' Vwl tho shirt waists aro going as
low as 40 cents.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
OAlltl NIMMIt COMl'MSY MUST
HAVi; ITM CIIARTKII.
I'i n r. Derlaloim I'llml TnUny-Ollirr
Tho Supremo Court by Chiof
JusticoJuddhaB rendered a unan
imous opinion on tho nppoal from
tho Circuit Court, First Circuit,
in its granting a writ of manda
muB to coinpol tho Minislor of the
Interior to filo articles of incor
poration of tho Oalm Sugar Co.
It is found that tho articles con
form to tho requirement of tho
statute, thoreforo tho decision of
tho lower Court is over-ruled.
The law is thus stated:
"The duty of the Minister of
tho Intorior to filo articles of nsso
ciation and affidavit when present
ed to him in tho form required by
law Chapter -13, Lowb of 1890,
and amondmont of 1890 and
whon formed for carrying on any
business or undertaking for which
individuals may lawfully associalo
thomsolves, ie a ministerial act.
','No discretion or power of
criticism or rojectiou is conforred
upon tho Miuistor by tho statuto,
nnd mandamus will lie to compol
him to perform tho purely minis
terial duty of filing" the papers,
if thoy conlply iu form with tho
requirements of tho statuto.
Circuit Judgo Cartor sat in tho
hoaring of this caBO in place of
Justico Freardisqualified. Kit)
noy & Ballon represented tho peti
tioner, and H. E Goopor, Attorney
General, ad iutorim, tho rospon
dont. Tho Chief Justice is also author
of a decision in Kahai and others
vs. Kuhia and othors, disinisHiiig
tho nppcal of defendants on the
ground that it was from a deci
sion and not from a decree. At
tho samo timo it is hold that tho
Circuit Judge had no right to dis
miss tho appeal. Magoonv& Edings
for complainants; Kaulia for do
fondants. Justico Froar writes a unani
mous .decision of tho Supremo
Court on the appeal of V. d
Peacock & Co. against the adverse
judgment of tho Circuit Court
upon their claim for 81383.17 on
account of duties on liquors
alleged to have beon unlawfully
oxacted by Jaes. B.Castlo.ColIector
General of Customs. It is decided
that tho claim is ono against the
Government, und that tho Cirouit
Court is without jurisdiction to
hear or determine it. Tho excep
tions aro thoreforo overruled.
Kinney Si Ballon for plaintiffs; E.
P. Dolo, Doputy Attorney Genoral,
for tho defendant.
In the caso of S. Takamori vs.
i Kauai, dninnges for malicious
prosecution, justico Whitiug is
author of a unanimous decision of
tho Supremo Court, granting a
now trial ou tho appeal of plain
tiff. Wiso for plaintiff; Little for
dofendant. Tho decision is filed
too late for a summary of the legal
points settled. v
ThoSupromo Court today heard
the two following cases:
J. R. Wilson vs. L. A. Andrews.
Wiso for plaintiff; Little for de
fendant. C. H. Roso vs. Yoshimura ot
al. Robertson for plaintiff; Castlo
Judgo Porry is hparing an oject
ment caso at Cirouit Court cham
bers, t which will be argued to
morrow. .Seattle Hock.
By tho steamer Mioworn, tho
Criterion Saloon reooivod u large
consignment of the colobrated bock
beorf browed by tho Seattle Brow
ing and Malting Co. This is tho
first" bock to make its appearance,
and is a sure indication of bettor
Judge de la Vergno is hearing
tho caso of Willie Solomon this
afternoon. Willie is charged with
abstrnotiug mail matter from tho
postoffico. Whon arrested on
another charge last weok, Willio
had in his pockdt a draft on O.
Browor &, Co. for S17-1, sovoral
money orders, etc., which , woro
stolen from a postoffico box.
Portraits oulargod from small
fihotos and handsomely framed
or $10 at Kiug Bros.
Nicely furnished rooms nt tho
Popular Houso, 151 Fort streot,
from S1.00 per weok up.
To Our Store.
Thoro's n well-beaten path. It
leads directly to our doors.
Throngs of buyers travorso it
day after tlay. Shows that we
nro strengthening tho friendly
business relation between tho
storo and public without which
thoro can bo no real success.
Wo have tho best goods, tho
nowost articles in. our line, nil of
which wo sell nt tho closest
margin of profit to us. Wo aro
willing that buyurs Minll have
an opportunity of saving. You
can do it.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
nro not luxuries nowa-
I clays; they aro necessities.
Uoinpctitioii has brought tho
prices down to a point whore
ovory ono can have thorn. Wo
deal in and keep, the best as
sortment in Honolulu. In
addition to Staplo Groceries
wo have Dried Fruits in largo
Hawaiian Poha Jam
than which there' is.nono
better in tho market. This is
tho Wasstnan Brand.
Crosse & Blackwells.
Cream Lucca Oil in pints
Jams and Preserves.
California & Spanish Olives.
a dozen different kinds, tho
best in tho world.
Family Mess Pork
in five pound tins.
&2T Orders by telephone
J. T. WATE
Elder Mr. Kinney lleatl.
Mrs. Kinney, mother of tho well
known attorney, died at 1 o'clock
this aftornoon. She carao horo
with her son ou his return from
Salt Lako City threo mouths ago,
being iu poor health as slio had
been for years. Funoral arrange
ments wero not mado whon this
paper wont to proas.
No. Schilling's Best
are not as good as we can
make without any regard to
cost. They are as good as
we can make with both cost
and goodness on our mind
all the time.
SCHMIDT & SONS
ON ALL '
Just Iteceivcd per B. S. Australia
For One Week Only.
, Von Holt Block, King Street.
These opening buds
of spring scarfings
have boon gathered
from a voritnblo
Eden of rolor culture
designed to fill tho
dictates of bwoII dross
scarfs cost as much.
9 Hotel street : : waTerley Block
We Make Shirts to Order.
Can 'You AiFord to be 'without them
at the Prices Quoted P
Corsets ! Corsets !
FOR ONE WEEK QNLY
Commencing Monday, March 22, 1897
Biggest Reduction 'Ever OfL'ered!
Thompson's Glove Fitting CORSETS -
Reduced from S4.00 to 50 Cents.
Now, is tho time to got a High Grade Corset for 50c, and remembor this Mon
ONE WEEK ! ONE
Pi D. CORSETS .
Rediiced from SB.50 to Sl.oO for 1 "WeeK Only.
Other Grades of Corsets from 25 Cents Up. Just think of it. , ' a
From 4zO Cents Up for 1 "Week Only.
A Seamstress will charge you more than this figure for plain sowing.
,v Shirt Waists from 40 Cents Up!
No. 10-EOBT STREET STOEE-No. 10
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street : : Honolulu:
2-Will Be Offered This Week ! -
You Can't Afford to Miss Them.
Patent - Shaft - Springs
Invented and Patented by W. W. WRIGHT,
It Obliterates AM Horse Motion
This device can bo attached to Any Brake ' '
.' with Straight Shafts. . .l
3V For full particulars, call ou or address
W. W. WRIGHT,
556-tf 1'roprietor Honolulu Carriage Manufactory, Fort Rtreet, aboro Hotel.
ster lteduction only holds good for
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