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THE KVi '?' JM'I 1 ii'lIN: Hn-.VrFT.rr, H I.. -ATUay JPY
S went uurt His k
Monday, May 7
Ceo. A. Davis took Hit' oatii ot (illl
as Acting Hi at JmlBt- ot ttic Cl'.tu
Court of the Kirst Cuciilt, baoro Jus
Hit lilting ot tliu Supicme (Joint tlu
Juiige Davis has been In this conn
try six c:ii8 and toi dusMiiUUi utoiilii,
qualllks anil intcgtlty nu nihiiiiiy i
butter Known, lie hns tried on thi
niul the other Islands, some or the nu.
ct'leOinttd casts that have come tn
dining that time. Uu is a giaunate c
the Huston University, Law School, 1.
L.U., of the dun's of Vd. Justice Wlilt
lug was a number of the nunc chut
He practiced llrst In St. John, Now
jininswkk, where he was Alderman lit
18S3, US", 1M)0 and ISDl, ns well ns a
inenibci of the Municipal Council In
Judgo Stanley presided at the open
ing of the May torn of the Mrs 'Cir
cuit this moiiilng. Tlio calendar was
called. Judge l)als Bat on the btiiel
with Judge Stanley.
licorgo Iloughtalllng pleaded guilty
xo liquor selling without a license, a .id
sentence was suspended to Novvmbor
Hullele, larceny second degice, was
released on nolle prosequi.
'KM, malicious burning third degree,
Attorney General declines to present
Indictment, and defendant is dlsi'haix
John Antone, forgery of school to ich
er's salaty draft; discharged name as
Geo. Cavanagh, peijuiy, nolle prose
qui. Susan Holl'et, disorderly person, hnv
Ing tnhen French leave had her case
struck off the enletidnr.
Clunks Downing, murder setond il
greo, will pkad to Indictment inter ns
jtvlll William I'stcr, murder llrst do
grec on Friday.
Knlunn, buiglnry (list degree, will
be tried by a native Juiy thN ntter
noon. Tuesday. May 8.
The trial of Kawlka. Kaluaupclo nnd
Punahca for robbery was begun beforo
judgo Stanley this morning Thry are
charged with lassoing u Chinaman
uamed Ah Yum lu 1'alolo valley an I
robbing him rf $37.50. Two of them
are grizzled old men. Deputy Attorney
General Dole Is piosecutlng. II. It.
Hitchcock d finding the prisoners.
1 he Jury Is O. S. Mokuahl. John Hoes,
Antone Ilrci- d, Chas. Notlcy Jr.. Jos.
Itosa, .1. W. Koakanu. D. A. Dovvso't,
C. I,. Hopkins, M. 1'. Robinson, Wn..
Hiil'tinle. D. 11. Knhannmalui and U. I'.
Sentence of KalauM. assault and bat
tery, was continued for tcim.
II. KUrnino's sentence In tho District
$200.00 in Prizes for the Best Hustlers !
SJsksJ-SeAs announced on another pi the Bul'ptin pfl'c,is to the p?rsin wh sh Ii h ve s icceed-ii in jecur'ng ilu Iaiget number of subsciibers befoie Ju'y 31st,
FOUR VALUAliub HvlZr:v. A moiv coniDlete description of eich of theNe U v iven helow :QM4B
ST PRIZE, OLE? Eim BICYSLE, $70.00.
A Clioicc i
SPECIflCATIONS OF AiOOtL 94.
Whfls, 28 hi h
Spokes, hlueJ to Inter' ectloi.
Gear, to 12 x 7)
Tiro, 1 JS inch liuprovid Burwell Racing.
F'aiiic. 22 inch.
Crunk H.intrr. iV. Inch drop.
Fork Crown oiie-i-lece drup-furerd.
BfiruiRs ivurwrll 1?. ill, dust proof, oil
(tZ ihrnuull Ivilluw axles.
Spruilcei-. tl 11 uf.l .111.I deticli ih'e.
CJl.iin, vi 6 I'd' Clrvrlmd h.irderel
fclnclc and pin. l'cvtkd ,uu pulMicd s.Je
ranks. ' i 'nch.
IeJi.. lev 1 nJ R,it Trip.
lunllc I ar, Nj. 16, pilsh-d le ther
Sj idle, Wh-fle-r I'nclpr, w th L rost.
Finish hi id i-iumcl nnd nkUel.
WclKht, 23 lb.-.
Hears, 6 nnd S tinvh r.ir: 21, 22, 23, 24.
15 Ux h fr.11 1 -p' eke .
C .uil- 6( nch.
Tiro, th 11it.I1 Cluv eland single tube
Frame, 24 Inch.
Court, for liquor sailing, was con
firmed. None prcsrqul was entered for Ah
am, opli in In pos S3lun.
1' J. Vi nnd 11. J. M Walter, dls
dtr.y l.oi s ns, had ban tjuiittd.
Judge Davis Is hulling the ticsiii83
si- u Kaul, w., s. W. V. Aehl Uub
ibcii & Vlalcr foi plalntllt, Kliuuy.
il.uu . MiClannhi.n lor ilcrViiJuiK
he Jury is 13. J. Crawford, Jas. K.
HFioirg, Clio. Kaonua, O. II. Kar
.ttl. (1. W. Macy, 1!. Kckoowal, II.
cck, Isaac Adams, II, l'amulanlu, K
tni.mil, John Hilght and Wm, Cog
ill. In the equity caaa of Kaplotanl Ii
at vs. Mniy II. Atcheilcy and othe-.i'
lice K. Sicnitr, one of tho defen
itits. by her attorney, Lyle A. Dickey
as tiled a dcmuircr. Sho asserts that
iiiiiiiiu nas no interest in tlio subject
uitter, nnd its claim stale and ba-rod
y llic lapse of forty-two years.
C. W. Uouth objects to many of tho
interrogated us pioposed to bo put ii
Surah A. llergcr In her suit against
himself uml C. S. Dtaky.
In the ejectment caso of l'rlanl vs
Kaoaoa, Judge Stanley has made an or
Jcr of default agulnst defendant. Tin
ult Is for two piece.' of land nt Koo
.auloa with damages at $500.
Atkinson &. Judd for plaintiff nio r.
discontinuance of Ilnwallan Fertilize!
Co. vs. C. II. l'atzlg.
.Margarit V. Cartir by her attorney!.
Humphreys & Andrews, makes answci
to hill for Injunction of Wing Chotig
Wednesday, May 9.
Fifteen Japanese atcused of being
dlsordeily pel sons nnd iicuco Hiibjeel
to dciiortatloii weio niralgncd before
Justice Ficar of the Supiemo Court,
sitting (in maglstiate, at 10 o'clock thlu
nioinlng. 'ihrse me all of tlio alleged
piocuiciK whose nricsts have hem ac
complished under tho wai rants Issued.
Tiny all plridcd not gullt nndwere re
mnnilcil until 10 a. in. totuoiiow. Coun
sel for difcnilaiits applied for reduc
tion if ball, claiming that $300 w-.
excessive, but tho Court refused the
application. Sonic of the men havo not
been nblc to furnish lwli. Kinney,
llallou & MtClauatian uie prosecuting,
anil Paul Neumann and F. M. Brooks
defending the accused.
'I ho time native men tried yesterday
for highway robbeiy commuted on a
Chinaman were found Dot guilty by
Judge Stanley conllrtned tho nrn
tuicc of tho District Cotut, Imprison
ment nt hard labor one year nnd cos.s,
t u N'nhulna, a native woman, for steal
lWore Judgo Stanley this morning.
Itama, Klltiht, Kacu and Aklnm were
tried for gambling. 11. W. Cathcart
for prosecution; 1. M. Slrnus3 for de
fendants. Tim Jury weio T. It. Moss
man, 12. 6. Mossmau, I), w. nil, G. S.
Mokuahl, J no. Makacnu, J no. llccs, A.
Ifeeard, Cha8, Notlcy Jr., D. A. Dow
tsstt, D. Kamakauahoa, J no, Ahslng an J
L. A. Hart.
The Bulletin4 Subscription Contest.
s Given Ketween thes
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL 92.
Wheels. -3 inch.
Splri. blued to Intermedial,
Tlr-s. in men Improved Burwell de
tailnhle, Fr.unc. 22 bch,
c r.uii' Ih'iRer, 2'i Inch drnp,
F rlc C own, 1 tie nice- dnm fnrg'-d,
B-nrliuro. Murwell Hall, dust-proof, oil
Ing IhroiiRh hull iv i.nIis
Snr. cltets. Ill' ced and dtich ible.
Chiln. vifi Inch Clrwlinl hirde ed
M'ick and pin, h-veled and pllshed b.de
Cr.inl, CJ4 Inch,
Kd.ils. C rv:l mJ Ra Trap.
H.indii I'.ir. n-w iever.b No. y,
pohMt'd l-a her i'rlp,1
Siddle. bee er Lxtr.i,
FrLr, f 55.00.
OeT, 7 a"d H to th rejr; 2t, 22, 23, 24,
25 tiWilll fp'"t STll.'kttS,
Cruks.rt'S in. h.
I t, i H 'nch imprnv-M Birve'l dc
Miliible. ad )i u.ch or ii inh Cleve
land lii)I tube
Frame, 21 .nch,
The "CLEVbLAiNU" name plate guarantees peiteciion.
This wheel is from the Honolulu Bicycle C)., Agents for Clevelanc
Choice m ly be made between the a n soon iin Ladies' Model.
should the winner of 1st prize be a lady
Judgo Davis Is still hearing from
ytstciuay the ejectment ease of Kan.
3. W. C. Achl.
1 lie trial ot the damage cas-s of Ho
guns Mil. satin against the Canadian
Aih.iolli.ii btinniBhlp Co. has bicn sei
foi batiiiilny next at ! a. m. h.fou
J 'id 5i- Davis with a foreign Jary.
J. F. Iiruwn, comniis3iuiier, has re
loitiu to the eiiinii u,m en m. pin
titlen if tlii- Cuiilii cstato In cjiniei
l tlon with tho salt t-f Ultii C. 'lewlts
btuy vs. Aniline U. Cunlin tt al. It I
of oilnlcn that the land on 1'iinchbowi
aticit can bo equltalny divided avoid
ing to plan exhibited, but the holde
ot the lot having a house on it shoiih'
pay tho holder of the vacant lot J1G0 It
equalize allien, 'Hie School strce
land appeals to him to Us lmprncti
cable of cquilablo dllvslon Into fou
lots, and ho lcconimcnds It ha sold -it
public auction nt an upset prlco ol
au00, or at tho rato of 30 cents a
Uob"itson . Wilder for defendant
havo moved to transfer John 111 F.s
ato vs. II. Knhlnu Mclo to the ilnw.i
llnn Juiy civil calendar.
T. MrCants Stewart, attorney for do
fenilant, has filed a motion to open dc
fault In tho ejectment case of I'elam
vs. Knoao-oplo. Ho alleges that dc
icudanl, who lives at l'linnhou. waf
prcvcnUd from cntcilng Honolulu In
time to piotcct hla IntcriKts by qunran
Dr. II. C. Sloggctt has died a claim
against the estate of Annlo N. ttolokn
hlkl, deceased, of $375 for professional
services rrndrrid to tlio Into Judgo Ho
lokahlkl. In the nosiimpslt ease of I. it. Ilurny
b. S. Ahml, defendant by his attorney
.1. Mnhlat Kaninkua, makes answer ol
general denial with mlsrepres''ntatloi
and fraud alleged on the part, of plain
Thursday, May 10
Yesterday afternoon, beforo Judgi
Stanley, 11. Keaweatmihl wan tried am
acquitted ef vagrancy by tho followlm
Jury: John Itccs. John Mukacna, G
S. Mokuahl, Chas. Notlcy Jr., John Ah
sing. .1. Itosa, D. IC. KM, D. A. Dowsett
Wm. Hakuolf, I,. A. Unit, 13. 13. Moss
man nnd Antone Kccnrd. Two Juron
dissented. Deputy Attorney Genera
Dole and J. W. Cathcart for piosceu
tlon; J. T. Do Holt for defendant.
lu the midst of the trial of tin
w'JclniPiit caso of Knnl, v, vs. W. C
Achl, before Judge D.uls with n native
Jury, a B-'ttlrmint was i cached between
counsel. Tho suit vns for about IS'i
acics of land at Kaliul. Dcfenant con
ccdid to the old lady complainant .a
portion of tho land, with a pald-ui
lease, a fee simple title to a graveya'd
on the piemlms nnd a 1-foot right of
way to the house, tho rest of tho prop
erty to lemalu lu possrbslan of defend
nut, who pays all costs nnd an attor
ney 'a fee of $30. Robertson & Wilder
for plaintiff; Kinney, llallou & Mc
Clnunhan for defendant.
Wnlly Davis was put on trial before
Judgo Stanley thin morning for assault
SPECIFICA I IONS OF MODEL No 90.
Wheels, 28 Inches
Sroke, nkkeled blued to Intersection,
Grar. 77 (22x8); w illl gear Cae 19x7.
Tlrrs, i'i Inch Improved Burwell LJctach
Frame, 22 inch,
rnk h.uiRer, 2 Inch drnp.
Fork Crown, one piece drip fo'f-ed,
Rearlnc. Burwell dutpruuf, uilinf
ihri'ti'ili hollow .-'xl-s.
S nickels, limned and detachab'e.
Chiln 3-iClnch CleveanJ ba-d ned
block and pin. beveled a'.d polished side
( ranks, fi' bdi.
I'edils, Clev. Imd rat-In-1,
H ind'e Mr. new reversible N y, r
lisli-d leitlur ur ps.
Saddle, Finl h.i'l icl enamel and nickel.
Gear- 7,8 or 0 tooth re ir: 21, 2?, 23.
24. 25 tnnth f' nt spr.icke'-.
(rank. fj'i Inch nnd 7 "'fh.
Tl -. iljincli lmrrnvvd Burvv'l D
laciia'-'e and )i on '5 Inch Cleveland
s 11 'Iraulw.
F .inif, 24 Inc'1.
Pedal-, Cleveland Rutb-r,
ind battery on Allco (Jay, hla mlnm
,'ostcr daughter. Mr. Doio ;roaji;iito.
.nu Nun in Andrews dir.ndcd tlio ct
vftti six Juuns had b.cn cmiirnjcd
no fthiivlng being fnin.l satlsfa-toiv
ie-e swoin: U. H. Kjriattl, J. itosi
I. W. Koakanu, Jno. Urlght, I). A
Jow&ctt, J. K. Mcrscbcrg. Chas. Notlcv
Ir., 13. 13. Mas3inaii, Jno. Ahalng, 13. .1,
J.uwf-ml, O. S. Mckunhl and II. Meek.
Judge Davis this morning heard ar
winmt on drinurrcr In Harrison vs.
Mugotn nnd otheiH. Itobcrtscn & Wil
ier for plaintiff; Kinney. llallou & Mc
'Innnhnn nnd Magoon & hong for do-
Justico Frear, nt Supremo Court
dinmbciR ait trial magtstiato, is hcur-
ng tho casaa of sixteen Japancso pcr
inns, llablo to being returned to Japan
iiuier treaty provisions. Their nnrtlrii-
iii offenso Is tho procurlns; of their
ountrywumen and holding them In
'i. ndngc (or Immoral purposes. Justico
ii i'n room, whero tho trial Is being
lelil. Is crowded with persniiH interest-
d. I lico. H. Richards and Rov.s. J. C.
riny nnd A. K. Azblll, of tho nssocla
Ion taking tho Initiative In pursuing
rich chnriotciH, nro attending tho pro
ceilings Tho hallway Is thronged
vlth .lapn ifM'. Prospects nro of n long
ilal, as evf'tiu'o Is'belng extracted but
dnwly front witnesses.
Stipulations waiving Jury havo been
titercd In lCstato of A. N. Holoknhikl,
.nil W. C. Achl vs. Kcopulupulu.
Susan K. Kamaka, Walanae, petl
lons for probate ot tho will of her late
iiisbaiid, S. h. Kamnka, which makes
ler the solo dnvlsee, legatco and exre
itrlx. Tho estate Is Walanuo lealty
valued nt $500.
.Iiidi'o D-vls 'has ordered default
opened In I'clnnl vs. Kaoao-oplo, eject-
unit. 'Mils Is tho ctibo wlioio deicti-l
hint, living nt 1'iiiiu Inn, was unnhle tti I
ret to town becniiso of the leecnt qunr
intlnc. John D. Wlllurd for plaintiff linn up-
died for uu extension of time for mak
ng returns ot alias execution In You
Wo k Chong Lup Yec, on tho ground
if Insufficient time for advertising. 11
a r.iK3 on tho Fifth Circuit.
Friday. May It.
Jusllco Frear gnvonn oral decision
lib morning, dlschniging the slxtocn
'.irnncno charged with bsm,; disorderly
leraons. Tho prosecution had failed to
irovo their guilt. Kinney, llallou &
'IcCIannhan for prosecution; l'aul Neu
minn and F. M. Rrooks for du.'iidants
Wally D.ivih was acquitted of assault
ind battery yestorday, two Jurow ols
iputlng. Judge Davis this morning heard and
hnk'd n motion of dsrndant to eon
Inue tn the Augimt term tho enho of
truest Hogan vs, Canxdlan-Australlai:
iteamshlp Co., damage for refusal to
like pnsscngcts. It had been stipulated
hat tho outcome would bo accepted
try both pat tics In the other twenty
Ight similar cases against tho dofen
lnnt. Tho motion wan based on nlTC
Invltrt ot A. G. M. Robertson ot Rob
Ttson & Wilder, counsel for defendant.,
TK'wnn r of the MO'iitl prize
n.iv chroe nnv one of these three
tlcscf macliinei :
SINGER NUMBER K.
I :m ea ilv onsra'e.l. Im it r ninlnsr
nniS'lev, us lllaiini -Ii it le, .1 ick-stiti'li
in th i e. suit-He f rail grades of lamllv
sewing .rid for llghi ma. uiaituring pur-
po-e. I, Ii i- tmeiv nJj is e I and pi.sinve
mechanical iuhv iuent. a sh rt -lf s-t
lini! Nerdlr. independent Thread-C. ti
tmllers a"d Stnch Ke.il,it'ir-a cinbi
uatioi whlJi vcures he highest rate of
prrU ever yvt at. tin -d,
SINGE v NI)MBCR 27.
Is a hi 1. -hi 1 uu. ihiK". eil.v ifer li
ed, elMlire d ng I ,-i-. ti rh ini.lim.
aJ-ip rd t all varitlie of f hi lly - v irii.
An iing It utiV I pr veine its ar- iir
Mnipl- Mitih I'egul iiur. v n v-balanceJ
l'11-.l n. iitiimit'C U "! Iii-W inder, -iin
pie Smittle and -hurt -ell- tt'ng .Needle.
SINGER NUMBER .-4.
(AUIU-'Alll.CH 'IiVIIK:h '
Is a inplr. -ilent, -vvl 1 and ea-v run
nhiB -'lig e Ibrr.ul ma lunr. inte uled tnr
all kind- ot light -ew tug in 1 he Hum-.
On- i'l Us 111.11. v altiacM ns en -ist- In
.Ivvavs bei g leidy lor use wlitii tin
1 ee.de i- h eaded.
fSuni'-t-r 15,111.12 as above are will
Number 27 comes wit 1 th Cabinet
table tu .
Ilu- tnMe 's th- I -te t e It of the
caMiiet-imiker's a r, in the Ingenuity of i s
rruiue.iitiu and Ihoruughnes- ot vvoik
inmslilp Tbe niacliiie can be lmde.1
Jiiwu brlnvv the uib'e agabist a ren'vv -oj
lel I 'hal fullv p'nteits tliedrr-snf the
perat.ir and the Hour fnun all drnpplng ot
o'l, lint, etc. I he machine Is tliti
tli.irouglily pro'eded frmn dust when no'
n use ai.d the closed tible cm be utilled
o'ebe" pu-pose The lungid etriis.i'i
eaf tint tovers the machine wbrn Ji-wn
folded hick when it Is rals-d. thus
naklng a taMe-tnp meaunng 50 inches m
engih bv 18 Inch s In width, and uffoid
u ample mum for the work.
From BERGRRShN. Sol" Aeent frr
linger sewing Machines for the Hawaiian
.' ;: & -v '. i : -'- :: :: :: :: a- :;. :;. . , -. -a.
V ecu U Mlniiprcht:ntctl. "
( SniM-lnl Correspondence.)
.',' Wnshliielr.il, D. C, Apiil 27. ft
.' tlio cx-liuetii of Hawaii denies tho V
..- stoiy lcctntiy puhiisned Hint sue .
,: Inteiii'.s to sub the United States t
i!- (lovcinmtnt for a largo sum of .,
': money or far nny sum for dam- ."
. ngts Incuircd by rrnson of tho -V
r events wnlch llnnlly ltsultcd In .
;: Hawaii becoming n pnit of tho
" United Slates, 'I he Queen Is pre- '.
", paring to lenvo Washington tlur- .
iV Ing tho coming month and will i
)': return with her household to Ho- ..
t' nolulu where sho will probably ic- i
A- mnln for tho icmalndcr of her V
Hfo. HRL3CKONS. -f.
si ivf -it- :: :: -', :: :: -.v -'. - -; :: -: -: .-? :: ;v-
and F. M. bwunzy, managii'K director
of T. II. Davlcs i Co., Ltd., ugonu of
Mr. Robertson nllcged Hint n full do
fensn could not bo presented without
ohtnlulng testimony from British Co
lumbia as to special damage, ulsu that i
tho testimony of Captain 1'lillllpi, com
mander of tno steamer Wnrrlnno clue
hero June R, is material.
Mr. Swanzy nllegcd his belief tint
dipt. Phillips would testify thnt, on
the voyage of tlm Warrlmoo from Syd
ney when plaintiff nnd his negro mins
trel cotnpnny weio on board of tho
steamer, prior to reaching Honolulu vio
explained to plaintiff and to Mr. fuute,
n member of tho plaintiff's company,
the obstacles that might occur to pre
vent plaintiff nnd his company frum
leaving Honolulu in tho Mlowcra in
cubo they decided to stay over lift . '
Also that Captain Phillips Informed I
plaintiff that ho nnd hlr minstrel com
pany would liavo to assume nil rl3l:s ot '
being able to get away (rum Hn-i-miiti
lu easo they decided to laud, that they 1
clcaily uudcistond and ngiccd to tills
when they decided to land nt Honolulu
and tnnt, lu view of the captain's state
ment, two cf Hid mliiHtrils declined to
.mid lieie. ,
Mr. Rohcrthcu ut the healing slated
that he was willing to stipulate that
tho depositions of the captain nnd pur
ser of the Mioweia he taken upon tht-lr i
arrival and used nt tho trial, ;
Mr. McClniinhan made a counter pin
posal, thnt plalutllts wiiiildndtnit that II
Cnptalu Pnlllli s was hero ho would
testify that Mr. Swanzy s statements
ft re correct.
Mr. Robertson l ejected tho proposal,
on tho ground that It was Impossible
for Mr. Swanzy to know all tho testi
mony that Captain Phillips might be
al'Io to give.
On this the Court denied the motion,
Mr. HohcrtBou noting exceptions. The
order setting tho trlul for tomorrow
morning thorrfoio stands.
Judge Davis found George 13. Hoard
man not guilty of common nulsan-N
and discharged him, on defendant's
appeal fiom n tine of $3 nnd costs toi
"obstructing the passage of a cro3s-
Premo Si. Cnmera
The P emu 11. lep r ci. llic Ii g e-t
v e nf hand cimeM. I is in.ii'e 1 urn
se.ect d 111 h gm cove-d wi'li niir b.ulc
f 1 lie r. I be appearance v h 11 open is
eV'rni' Iv handsiiine, the tn ely h ish-d
mah ginv bed. an I l.ugii're.l nirial w il
bring 111 perfett cont a-t w th the black
The I'reinn Sr. has Double Swing B iclc.
Ilotlble "-tlUll K Frtilll .Hid i'.kIc add 'i'
l'ii forf.'Ci.sIng, the wo l n pirsif which
are entire y wi'hin tne cie and wlvn
iliK'-il is me'ely a real lea In r. ove ed 'mix,
Both ihe h ri ntal ai d vertical -wing-are
it the 1 enter ot the pi itr, and in v be
qutclilv n 'justed bv mraiis of a s ri g
e er, worlci g in a series of nutd es In a
bra-s p .teat tliesile.
The l'reni"Sr. I titled with twmrlrod
plate-, a d has apmelat the hick tucu--ing
on li-gio'iiid gas when de ir d.
ieverlbie View Finder Is att'Cbcd to the
bed f r upr ght or linriz 'id I plr'iire-.
Tne I ens is the Victor R.fld Recti In-ar
pn-rs-lng great pnvve', and tin s'nic'ed
especidlv tor Maud Cam ra work. It
in y be removed from the sliutt-r and th
Victnr v Ide Ancle su stlt'ded, n the
cells of both lens s are liitrrcliaiiitrnble.
The N w Victor Shut'er. Aod I of ifoo,
wlili IrK I)l.iphr.ii:in aij Pneum.Mlc Peloase, fuin
NVJ lili the Premo Sr rini I nns a rromlnent pan
of Ihe nutlil. It ui.rks Ntvem the lenses ullhi. I
nole or lar. anJ may is; a4jutcl fur lime exptures
ak uell as fur rapij in-t omnemi- uork
The ciounJ t;las- Is prlnc actualeJ. an4 receJes
tQallnw Inveillnn nf holJer. Glas- Lite- Cut an'
,,ti Piims, m jv all Iv useJ. I'ie linlJers tslnir Inter
clnnceiMe , Tlw Huh HiiIJit Is Hie litest
paltt-rn, arrancej fur I tent Pr... ur CartrUjje Itulls
i.f tlm, anJ It can. Wiertfnrc luaJeJ In div
Ikht The &le of the 4M Prnmu Sr uhen
clnseJ Is only HtH11-Inches. IrcluJI rr spsce lor
three holJtrs, or Knll Ho' 'er, and t wciglis hut i;
rounJs. ., Ihe outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder,
T Ipoj, Trays' D-telnper, Hxer NrRiilve Rack,
GraJuate, Stirrlnp )at and Lantern.
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"M,l"T -VayfcM,w)W.MMtw. A4M
walk nnd public street by means of a
horso and vehicle." Jury was waived.
j. v,. Cuiiiuiit appealed lor tho pro30
utlon, nnd Lurrm Andrews for the do
cense. 'I he Court promptly dlssharged
Jio dcf. tidnnt on prcs ntntlon of tha
ns-. under Section 321. Penal Code,
which reads thus: "Occasioning u
groundless fear or merely n trlvlnl an
noyance or Inconvenience is not a com
mon nuisance. Whether the net or
iinng is leuhy so hurtful or prejudi
cial to others an to render It n com
mon nuisance, Is nqucstlon of fact to
bo determined by tho Jury, court or
mnglstrnlo called tn pass upon tho
Judgo Stanley continued tho Hcn
rlcksen divorce caso for tho term on
motion ot Mr. Mend, attorney for Jauo
A handsome whlta satin banner of
the Socicdndc do Santo Antonio Reno
flccnto do Hawaii Is exhibited In Mc
Incrny'a corner window. Its lettering
is blue silk plush nnd tliero Is tracery
work of tho same material. There nro
marginal hangings of heavy bluo nnd
white cords, nnd tho shield-shaping
borders nro ot gold fringe with tassels.
Tho banner hns been worked by Mrs.
Chns. T, Gullck.
Washington, April 27, Senator Per
kins today Introduced an amendment
to the Pacific, cable bill providing that
tliq Secretary of the Navy bo directed
to havo an examination mndo of nil
American cnblo routes across tho Pa
cific. It Is Perkins' purpose, evidently,
to secure tho estimated cost by differ
ent routes and the probahlo revenues
to bo derived from the line Anally giv
en a Congressional concession.
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The cn dit'ons i litis contest appear
In the announcement .ir the (list pace. Any
pers 11 In th- Hawaiian Isl nd is e'lgible
lo cifprte for lhese nrlz. With tho
grat 1 umber ..' cmnrMliors whn will take
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sn 11 navecmret'd ior these prizes, and
who are n t among the fortunate first four
on tbe llt. some prlz. The value of the
rrize n each case will be detem!ned by
the amount f the subscriptions sent In by
each one during the contest