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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.t MONDAY, DEC. 9, 1901.
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Now that Thanksgiving Day la ap
proaching, here are a fow Hems which
ought to Interest you:
Full Bleached Table Damask, four handsome patterns to select
from, 70 Inches wide, good value for 75c; our price, 45c per yd.
A better grade, 72 Inches wide, for 60c per yd.
Others at 80c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.50 per yd.
Full Bleached, 24x24 Inches $1.75 per dozen.
A Leader, 25x25 Inches, $2 25 per dozen, worth $300.
Extra Qualities, 25x25 Inches, $3, $3.5, $4, $4.50.
and $5 per dozen
Fringed Napkins, 75c, $1.35, and $1.75 per dozen.
Now on view In our
Btoro will bo given to
the most popular
child. A Voting tick
et will be given with
each cash purchase.
We have also a gooJ assortment of the
Shamrock Brand of Linens
In sets for round, oval, long and short
square ttbles, with full size napkins to
300 Pieces Assorted
Dimities,Lawns and Batistes
regular value, 15c and 20c per yard, to close
at II top $1.00.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
We bare now a large stock of -the
above on band.
CEMENT ROOFING affords thr
ough Are protection to the building
and Is a non-conductor of heatnd
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
quickly and easily applied.
Pure water flowing from the root
can be used for domestic purposes.
Can be applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and lire proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
We solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
JUDGE KAMA HAS
BIG DIVORCE LIST
Chinese Deserter is Given His Deserts
Grand Jury Complimented
On Its Work Calendar
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16, our entire stock
will be offered at reduced prices on
account of removing to Robinson Blk,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
self of our low prices.
14 Hotel Street, near Nuuanu.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
.' Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MEROHANT hTREET.
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BIG HOLIDAY STOCK OF T0Y8.
Many new Stayles Table Covers, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc. .
Heavy Pongee 811k and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
PRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P. O. Box s.
THE OLDEST CHu SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DftUn la Flnt Silks ao4 Grill LIdioi. CbtntM and Japanm Qoo4i of All Klict
1011 Nuoanu itr t.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
Walluku, Pec. 7. The December
term of the Second Circuit Court was
convened at the Lnhalnn courthouse
last Wednesday morning. Judge J. W.
Kalua presiding. Wade Wnrren Thay
er acted as Deputy Attorney dcnernl.
D. It. Case, stenographer. The follow
ing members of the bar were present:
J. A. Magoon, J. M. Kaneakua, Gea
lions, A. O. Corrca, N. W. Alull, P. II.
The Court read Its Instructions to
the Grand Jury and oppolnted T. M.
Church of Kahulul foreman. There
were slxty-ono cases on the calendar,
vis.: Criminal, Cj committal. 15 civil
enscs. 20; divorce, 10; vacation, 4. Of
the civil cases, 13 cases were continued
by stipulations, one case was discon
tinued and disclaimers were filed in
Jwo other cases.
In the case of It. C. Seurle vs. Wm.
Shaw, replevin, lions and Correa fur
plaintiff, and Knneakua and Illchnrd
sun for defendant, the court Instructed
uio jury to nn. ror planum ror ine cthcr ,,,, (Ulr,nK thc flrst half
rcflimuion vi mu iiruueriy mvimtMi
wi Hi dAi
UP STRONG SAIihDAY
Bested Honolulu Club by Scire ot 11
to 0 Blaisdelt Did Not Puy
Defeated Team Ehowta
AND COKNIOT AbbEbSMENT
The last contest of the season In th
Intercollegiate series of football games
was played Saturday afternoon. The
ronti-stlng tcums were the Honolulu
Athletics and thc Artillerymen. As had
brer, suspected by a great many, thj
Artillery team came out at the top of
the limp, developing great strength,
(tirtlcularly in the latter half, tho score
Mucd 11 to 0 In favor of the soldiers.
Tho gnmes that have been played
recently, show what, practice will ito
nr.d It seems to lovers ot the gamo a
great pity that now the teams havo
begun to play good football, the scries
mutt come to an end.
The first half of thc game at Oa'.m
College Saturday afternoon was very
tlcw. Long kicked off for thc Hoao
lulus from tho Hwn end of tho
grounds. There were plays hack and
forth for some little time and then it
was found .necessary to call thc bucket
men to some of thc winded and per
spiring men. Not a point was mailc by
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu 8t. P. O. Bo 9Tt.
PRICE . ,
to wit: n small black horse, and dani'
ages at $10. Thc Jury rendered n ver
In thc case of Dr. Armltage, vs. II. F,
Dlshop, administrator of estate of Da
vid Center, assumpsit for $150 for pro
fessional services; Geo. lions for plain
tiff who Is at present attending col
lege In England and will be back In
Walluku next February, and J, A, Ma
goon for defendant. Thc Court ruled
that the doctor's explanatory ledger
was not an original book of entry, andJ
a motion for non-suit by Mr. Magoon
was granted by the Court
There remains but six civil rases on
the calendar for tho trial jury, and
tome of these may be discontinued. Of
the ten divorce cases seven were grant
ed, bIz.: Marie Sllva Ilodrlgues vs. Joe
Itodrlgues; llakaleleponl K. Auld va
A. A. Auld; Keanaal fekelo vs. Lilt Pc
kelo; Rebecca Heffernan vs. Chas. Hcf
fcrnan; the defendant la In Oahu Jail
serving a six years' sentence for for
gery. Llbellant was authorized to re
sume her maiden name, nchecca Good
ness. Keberca Taylor vs. D. Taylor,
fir., llbcllee to pay costs of court, Ahu
vs. Kaanaana (w) In the rase of Apia
I.um Sun vs. I.um Sun (Ch), the di
vorce was granted and custody of chil
dren awarded to llbellant. The court
severely reprimanded tbe libelee who
was one of those cunning and shrew
Celestials who would skip at a mo
ment's notice to China without giving
any previous warning ot his Intended
visit to the old country. One day I.um
Bun suddenly left .the balmy shores of
Lahalna and went to Honolulu and
from there left for China to Join the
Boxers or something else. Enrly this
year when hln funds became low, hi
thought of his wife and family whom
he had deserted, and ho boarded an Im
migrant Bteamer bound for this Terri
tory, and as soon as ho was freed from
quarantine, be hastened to Lnhalna,
only to find his former love staying
with another Chinaman who had been
kind enough' during his absence to care
for the abandoned wife and four young
ones. The court ordered libelee to pay
his attorney $25, libelant's attorney
$50 $100 alimony and costs of courtfl
In the libel for divorce of Annie E.
Mulvany vs. Chas. P. Mulvany, since
tbe defendant had left this Territory.
tho case was continued and summons
ordered published. Two divorce cases
yet remain on the calendar.
Of tho six criminal appeal cases
ono was continued. Motions by coun
sel to dismiss cases on ground ot fail
ure of district magistrate to send up
together with records the warrants and
sworn complaints were overruled.
Tho Grand Jury made their final re
port this morning. They brought In
thirteen Indictments, and found no
true bills In two rases. Tbe court, af
ter thanking them for their strict devo
tion to business discharged the Grand
Jury for tho term.
It Is very likely that the December
term of the Second Circuit Court will
terminate olther next Wednesday or
Thursday unless the attorneys by their
dilatory measures prolong tho term
, Ciinhn went In ns center rush for the
Ilnnoliilus In place of Ellis. The Hono
liilus were handicapped by thc fact
thnt Illalsdcll, their fullback, did not
play. Tho Artillerymen kicked off.
Thc catch was fumbled and the boI
tilers got thc ball on thc Ilonolulus
23-ynrd line. Dennett, right half-back
for the Artillerymen, ran to tho E-yard
line and Hoctor advanced the ball to
tho 3-yard line, Dennett made a
touchdown hut Duckley failed at goal.
Artillery, G; Honolulu, 0.
Cunha kicked off for the Ilonolulus.
nnd Hoctor returned the ball to the
32-yard line. The Ilonolulus began to
weaken perceptibly at this point and
tho soldiers were not slow to push
their advantage. Lieut. Dchr finally
squeezed over thc line, making a touch
down, llucklcy kicked goal and tho
score stood: Artillery, 11; Honolulu,
Had the blowing of tho whistle
been held off a little longer, tho sol
diers would surely have made another
touchdown. Hoctor made a magnifi
cent run which was right In line with
another score. Tho teams were as fol
lows: Honolulu Athletic Club Ellis and
Cunha, center; H. Cockctt, right guard
Crook and Lane, left guard; Chilling
worth, right tackle: Joy. left tackle!
Vida and Jarreit, right end; Aylett and
Jncobsen, left end; Thompson, quar
ter; Glcason, right halfback; Long
left halfback, and'Murray, fullback.
Artillery Cominsky. captain; Pit
ney, right guard; High, left guard;
Vosjzallos, right tackle; Behr and
Buckley, left tackle; PrlnU, right end;
Burbank, left end; Smith, quarter:
Bennett, right halfback": Hoctor and
Behr, left halfback, and Hoctor and
Thc umpires were Messrs. Clifford
and Kimball and the referee, Bob King.
me naivcs took so minutes each to
play, Thc attendance was only ahout
400. The Punahous have won two
gnmes and the Malle-Illma and Artil
lery each one game. The games of th
season resulted as follows:
Punahous, 36; Artillery, 0.
Ilonolulus, 0, Malles 0.
Punahous 0. Malles 0.
Punahous 29, Ilonolulus 6.
Mallca IS, Artillery 10.
Artillery 11, Ilonolulus 0.
Mrs. S. F. Hapgood, Allston. Mass.,
U raising money for equal suffrago by
making and selling good things to cat.
Bho will furnish excellent Thanksgiv
ing puddings (similar to Christmas
pudding) for a dollar, and will also
take orders for her delicious orange
Judge Humphreys to Show Causes for
Refusing to Sign a Decree
on Judge Gear's
Kinney, Ballou & McClanahan for
plaintiffs In the case ot Kaplolani Es
tate vs. DeBky, havo applied to the
Supreme Court for a writ of mandamus
to compel Judgo Humphreys to sign
a decree In accordance with Judgo
Gear's decision. As said before, Judgo
Gear left for San Francisco without
signing tbe decree. '
Judge Humphreys reduced the flno
of Adachl for selling liquor from $250
to $100, on account of conviction by
A decision of tho Supreme Court re
verses the Circuit Court In thc case ot
Schweitzer & Co. s. Charles J. Fish
cl. The suit Is for a balance of $040.0?,
duo for goods sold nnd delivered lij
plaintiffs to Mrs. G. A. Turner In reli
ance upon a letter from Flshel request
ing thnt they "see to me for payment."
The lower court neld for nlalntlff. rul
ing that Flshel was liable as security. I
In nn opinion written by the Chlel
Justice tho distinction between guaran
tor nnd surety arc clearly drawn. 11
Is held that Mrs. Turner was primarily
liable for the debt, and Mr. r'lshi-1 mil
secondarily, after all means to secure
payment had been exhausted. The
decision of the trial court Is reversed,
and the case remitted for a new trial, i
Another tux appeal has been decided
by tho Supreme Court, It relates to
tho Cornloto Estntc. Thc property In
volved consists of n piece ot land
Ituato on the corner of King and
rtlver streets, and extending to Hotel
street, Honolulu, the frontage on King
street being TO feet nnd on HIver street
GO feet The other dimensions do not
appear In evidence. The area Is 8712
square feet. The lot was on January
I. 1901, the date ot the assessment,
vacant and entirely unimproved. The
value returned by tho taxpayer was
$5,000, thnt placed by tho assessor,
MG.000, and that fixed by tho Tax Ap
peal Court, $7,300. The assessor ap
pealed and, In a decision by Justice
Perry, tho Supreme Court fixes tho
assessment at $10,000.
Saturday afternoon n Jury, after be
ing out there hours, returned a verdict
ot not guilty In tho case of C. VIerra,
unlawful liquor selling.
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees In full bearing, bantnas
and pineapples, all inside. Everybody Invited.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
the Lights ! !
Why contlnuo to use kcroscno
lamps and other poor Illuminators
when at n small cost wo will In
stall a perfect light In your home?
Thero never wns a light that
gave tho satisfaction of tho Incan
descent a soft, brilliant and
steady light, always ready for
use; no dirt, smoke or smell.
Call and havo a talk with as
about lights, or ring us up Tel.
Main 390. Wc will gtVo you an
estimate on all costs.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Alakca.
..sAlAl wnk Men
SU:- IMKUCI" VI HCmiC Cll
K FATALY li
, Walluku, Dec. 7. Dan McCorrlston,
a member of the Grand Jury, was sud
denly called away from Lahalna to
Molokal last Thursday evening. Dur
ing that day he received a message
from his wife announcing tbe sad
event that had befallen on bis niece.
Miss McCorrlston, a teacher at the
Kamalo government school. I
It seems that after school (be young
lady was persuaded to get on a Ja
panese freight wagon which was going
towards her home at Kamalo. The
horses bolted, tho wagon upset, and tha
young lady was thrown on the ground,
her head striking on a rock. She was
taken home by loving hands, and there
she laid tor several hours In an un-
ccnsclouB condition. Dr. Mourltz at
tended the Injured young lady. Her
skull was found to be fractured, Tmt
the doctor has some hopes of her re
covery. TO CURE A COLD IN.ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tbe money If it
tails to cure. h. W. Grove's signature
Is on each hox. 25 rents
Only Half the Battle.
Drown Aro you anything of a lin
guist? joiics Well, I can read and under
stand French. Gorman, golf, yacht,
baseball nnd football; but I can't talk
'em. Detroit Freo Press.
Metropolitan Meat ' Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish ' p
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton.
fll Lamb and Pork always
on hand. ." I
Also Poultry. Salmon and Halibut.
FOR 8ALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd.
1179 River Street.
Bet. Beretanla and Pauahl.
Tel. Blue 641.
P. O. Bos 878.
libber Tires pit ei in Satis
Fine Carriages, Wageis u.
TriCkS. Repair Work a
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
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,, HOME OFFICE, 301-302 Stangenwsld Building. Honolulu, T. H.
Illds for tho erection of the two
wharves at Kakaako to jc constructed
by the IIUIiop Estate on its lands at
Kuknako aro now being considered by
a committee composed of Trustee A.
W. Carter. P. S. Dodgo and W. K.
rtowcll, which was appointed at a
meeting of the trustees held Friday af
ternoon. Tho bids are as follows, the
lowest being that of Cotton Bros.: '
Cotton Brothers, Honolulu All work
as per specifications for $143,082. Time
Hawaiian Eng. & Construction, Co.,
Honolulu flB3.t01.91. Tlmo 10
Ferris & Haas, San Francisco $198,
COO. Tlmo 10 months.
John A. Hughes, Honolulu Wharves
sheds and all work excepting excava
tion, 99,860. Time six months after
, Healy, Tlbhlts & Co., San Kranclsco
Sumo, Ct,900. Time six months,
John Oudorklrk, Honolulu Excava
tion, $128,050; wharves, etc., $Gt,C00;
total, $193,250. Time .
Hawaiian Dredging Co., Honolulu,
per W. F. Dillingham dredging, etc,
at $1.34 per cubic yard; wharves, etc.,
$97,000. Time 124 months.
John II. Parker, Honolulu Dredg
ing, etc., nt $1.35 per cubic yard.
Mllllken Brothers, New York Whnrl
Bhed only, Iron and steel construction.
Weekly Bulletin, $1.00 per year
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It's no experiment
when you insist on gV.'.r.S Cyrus Noble Whiskey.
Leave experimenting to others.Buy goods,
that you know are right.
For seventy years we have been trying to pro1
duce the best possible article for the least
The public know it favorably
It holds the good trade.
It costs no more than other good whiskey
It is pure and old.
It is distilled from the best selected grain.
It is six years in wood.
It wins on merit alone.
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