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SALE OF REMNANTS
Wo havo gathered up tho odds and ends of hundrcda of different ma
terials which havo accumulated during the holiday trado and placed them on
our "REMNANT TABLE." As wo nro about to "tako stock" It Is better for
us to sell theso 'goods, oven at a tremendous reduction, than to carry them
over on our stock books and to have them occupy room on our shelves;
bo wo havo placed beautiful shirtwaist materials, holoku materials, lawns,
linens, dress goods, laces, embroideries, flannels, woollen goods and others
beforo you at a greatly reduced price.
THE GOODS OFFERED
nro all standard materials, not an accumulation of years, but of the last few
weeks, and it will bo to your Interest to make some purchases.
From Our Art
wo have placed on sale a largo number of pillow tops ready to bo cmbrold
crlcd. In many handsomo ucslgns of birds, flowers, etc., at 25c each.
LADIES' AND MISSES' CAPES
We aro still offering extra values In Ladles' nnd Misses' CAPES nnd
havo mado further reductions.
LADIES' AND MISSES' GAPES, navy
blue cloth $2.50.
trimmed with four rows of white Bilk
NAVY BLUE BROAD CL0TH-S4.00
nicely trimmed with fur and Soutacho
braid. Extra value.
SEALETTE CAPES 5.00 and 6.00
trimmed with fur and beading, well
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
SOLE AUENTS for
Alsen Portland Cement
Roche Harbor Lime ; :
Dick's Balata Belting ;
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16, our entire stock
will bo offered at reduced price on
account of removing to Robinson Blk,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
self of our low price.
IA Hotel Street,
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOOK, MERCHANT STREET.
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GO'lo KIM NUUANU STR
VjjV' V A Ylj above Mote
Many new 8tayle Table Cover,
Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk
Heavy Pongee Silk and White 8llks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY GOODS OF EVERY DE8CR I P T I O N .
P O Box cos Til, ,,
THE OLDEST Clh. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
COMMISSION MBS 12.0 HANTS
Dular, Id FIm Sllki to Grtli Moni. Cbln.M n4 Japan... Gttdi ol All Kloll
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
In red or tan, very rich and stylish.
Just tho right length and cut for enr
rlago capes. Trimmed with half Inch
stripes of Melton Cloth, samo color,
and four rows of heavy stitching. Ex
tra valuo and beauty.
Colors, navy blue, red, bottlo green,
tan, brown and electric bluo; mado
of good quality cashmere, find trim
med with fancy Bilk braid, and In tho
latest fashion, at prices ranging from
2.75 to $8,00 each,
Dry Goods, GrocerieM.
8TOCK OF T0Y8.
Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
COURT AND COUNSEL
-'. HAVE WARM TIMES
W. R. Castle was called by the Jc
(endant In tho I'earl Harbor case after
the conclusion of reading the previous
testimony to the new Juror. Tit's esti
mate ot the value of the leasehold In
question was (250,000.
J. T. Crawley, agricultural chemist,
testified to the nature of the soils, but
UIU IUIIU iUHU UUl VOUUIUll'l! m tuiuu.
on that basis.
llr. Thurston was Informed thorn'
was 312 acres of sugar land, but could l
not say how many acres altogether In I
tho land sought to bo condemned.
There ncro two hinds of soil, ono vol
canic wash from the hills, the other a
red soil mixed with coral. Yes, ho had
seen these soils, but there might hae
been other kinds. When witness ans
wered Mr. Dunne regarding water, tho
latter objected that tho nnswrr wis
not responslvo to the question,
Judge Esteo said then It must be
struck out, but Mr. Sllllman claimed a
similar lino ot evidence had been ad
mitted previously. Mr. Dunne then
stated his objection formally, that tho
evldcnco was Immaterial Ir-levnnt ai,d
Incompetent. The court ruled tho tes
timony out now, saying It had never
allowed a particle of testimony nbm.t
water flowing on adjoining lands. Man
ager Low and tho company's engineer
had testified that this ditch was madn
since the beginning of this action. M.
Sllllman said his question was as to
the elevation of the flowing water.
Mr. Dunno held to bis objection, saylnj;
It applied to everything relative to for
eign land. When tho court sustained
the objection. Mr. Sllllman contendc.l
that tho samo matter had been argued
out before and tho court admitted the
Wouldnn't Take Water.
Judge Kstce at thU administered n
quietus to tho proffered evidence, say
ing: "If this court finds It mado a mis
take. It will correct itself."
Mr. Thurston was then excused
Tbo foregoing abstract Is from bis dl
rcct, cross and redirect examinations.
Mr. Sllllman brought up the matter
of nn absent witness, whether his evi
dence would be received. Answering a
query, he said the witness was sick in
Judge Estee said tho court would not
delay the case merely for cumulative
evidence, Several witnesses had tes
tified to value for tho defendant
An Interpreter Needed.
Won Koom Cham of Wing Muw Wal
Co., after being sworn In English, tuld
tho court ba could not speak that lan
guage very well. An Interpreter was
brought to the doorway, a bright young
Chinaman, but, as the Marshal at tho
samo time informed uo court, his Ku
ropcan garments lacked a coat. "Well,
let blm put his coat on and come In,"
ordered the Judge. After showing bl-n-self
an Instant In Ma nlilrffilnnvpa nmi
smiling, the Impressed official vanish-
cd only to rcanncur a few momenta
'later clad In presentable court co.
tumc. Tho Jacket looked suspiciously
strait, howover, for its wearer'
physique. Jauntily ho began bis hl
Ingual role, but, as will be seen, there
were breakers ahead. Mr. Interprctur
found that, beforo a tribunal of Justlio.
ono of his olllce might not becomo tho
wholo thing, whatever precedents wuio
afforded by political rallies.
It should have been mentioned that
Judge Humphreys was a spectator of
the proceedings, who must havo been
pleased to find that tho sartorial stan
dard of respectability ho liall estab
lished In his own courtroom was nul
Witness said Tifs father and hlmxt It
constituted the firm above-named.
When asked about water on the land
formerly belonging to them but now In
the condemned area. Judge Ksteo on
the Fedcial attorney's objection said to
defendant's attorney, "Yon got a Judg
ment of 2000 for that well." Mr. Sllll
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I'liolu by CllstiUlit, Uitlilnnton.
One of tbo most enthusiastic mid o.pert of t,micii tiiiln driver In Wash
ington Is tho ItiiroucKH Ilengelmuller, wife of the Atixtrlan minister. Thu
lmioucKK ban recently returned from Vienna, lulngliig with her u ivondcrful
new uutuuiobtlo which sha purchased In I'urls. ,
man replied, "It was not our Judg
ment," and was allowed to proceed,
Interpreter Called Down.
Dy and by a leaso was presented for
Identification by the witness nnd as he
bent over it he asked the .Interpreter
who held It a question. That official
replied in Chinese, then said in En
glish, "It Is a lease." Mr. Dunne ob
jected to the making ot testimony by
tho Interpreter, whereupon the latter
was nddressed thus sternly by the
"Mr, Interpreter, you Just interpret
and then stop. If not, you had bellir
keep out of this court."
"He asked mn what It was," meekly
explained the Interpreter.
"That makes no difference," rejoin
ed tho court. T
Exhibit Makes Trouble.
Another breezy episode followed fait,
A cheque !. (7900 from W. O. Irwin
to pay Wing Mow Wal Co. for Its
leasehold of 25 or 30 acres was sub
mitted for Identification as nn exhibit
to be filed. Mr. Dunne objected to tho
admission of the paper, the court favor
ing tho objection, on, the grounds that
the cheque was mado in 1900 and tho
transaction had nothing to do with
this case. Tho Government attorney
cited a Massachusetts decision that ono
year was too long a time elapsed beforo
tho prlco of property could bo given
ns evidence of present value. Author
ities differed as to whether the price
of contiguous land could be offered as
evidence of tho value of tho land In
volved, but thoso holding the affirma
tive maintained that one year was loo
Strong Words Used.
Judge Estco remarked It having
been made clear that tho object of tlw
mooted exhibit was to provo tho valuo
ot the land for rico cultivation that
the Jury had koii over the land anil
knew whether It was rite land or not,
nnd whether or not It was cultivated.
Then he ruled out the cheque because
W. (. Irwin's name had not hlthcito
appeared In the proceedings. The court
nnd everybody connected with It, he
went on to say, saw that tho land was
on tho edgo of a bluff and that not
more than an aero of It could be culti
vated In rice. In tho face of such
knowledge, the evidence offered was a
trampling up public Justice which
would not be permitted In that court.
Mr. Sllllman objected to tho state
ment of tho court.
Tho court said the company s engin
eer nnd other witnesses Tiad testified
that nit tho water on that land wnj
from tho artesian well.
Mr. Sllllman, In answer to tho au
thorities cited against tho exhibit,
pointed out that the chequa was dated
in December, 1900, which was only
about six months prior to the begin
ning of this action. It was thcreforo
well Insldo of tho tlmo limit quoted
by tho Federal nttorncy.
Mr. Dunne, seeing tho court wns dis
posed to entertnlu opposflo counsel's
reasoning, renewed his objection.
Mr. Sllllman explained that ho want
ed to show the nature or the trans
action. Chinese Testimony Impugned.
Jildgo Kstce exclaimed: "Well.
bring In another witness, for tho couiti
nud the Jury saw this land, nnd the
ovldenco of this witness Is a trampling
on public Justice. Drlng In a wblto
witness." Ho then refused to allow,
a question asking to whom the cheque '
wns paid, saying It might as well be '
understood, first ns last, that tho court,
would not accept Chlneso testimony
that wns contrary to facts known to
Mr. Sllllman. with nn ohleetlon notml
to tho ruling of the court, wltbdicw
Manager Low Knows.
James A. Low, manager of the Ho
nolulu riantatlon Company, was re
called and asked what be knew regard
ing the cultivation of the land. Mr.
Dunne objected but the court allow
ed tho question. Witness answered
with studied deliberation: "I know
that rice, melons and sugar cane have
btcn grown wlrfitn the past six
years on about twenty ncrcs of that
lnd, with watri' brought on by a
flume frii the we." Ho saw the
cheque before. Its purpose was the
payment by W. O. Irwin for a lease
bold of 25 or 30 acres within the land
The Exhibit Landed.
Tho cheque was admitted, Mr. Dunne
noting nn exception
Objection wns sustained to a ques
tion of what wns paid to Ah In for nn
adjacent leasehold, also as to the price
ot any land outside the condemned
area. Witness admitted It was thn
policy of defendant to get every piece
ot cultivable land within leach.
The Court How did you come to
say. In your former evidence, respond
ing to a question propounded by the
court, that you only knew of one acre
of cano growing on that latd?
Witness I understood the question
was entirely on the cane, and I said
that I saw an ncre of cane growing nnd
studied It. Continuing, ho said he saw
rlco growing there all summer until
Decemler. Mr. Dunne nsked If tho
attempt to grow rlco there did not
prove a failure, and witness answered:
"It grew beautifully there. The only
trouble was to get water."
At 4:25 the court adjourned until 0
o'clock this morning.
SMOKER ANjTHIS BRAND"
The mnn enmo In and nsked for a
brand of cigar that the rlgar storo pro
prietor did not hac.
"But I have got something that's
practically the same smoke," the deal
er said, taking out a box.
Tho man smiled wisely and Indul
gently and went out again, nnd :he
dealer s ore.
"There arc times," ho said, "when
this business makes you n trille tlrej
Now, I'd bet everything that I've got
In the world that that chap couldn't
have told the cigar I ottered him from
the brand he thinks he wants If bis life
depended on It,
"There are between a million and a
halt and two million brands of cigars
sold In this country nnd your nvcraw
smoker thinks that ovcry brand means
a different kind ot tobacco. As a mat
ter ot fact, 150 Is an outside estimate
of the different kinds of tobacco than
can bo procured from all sources, and
even experts can't tell somo of theo
"As for tho average smokers not hnlf
of them have any Idea ns to tho qual
ity of the cigar they may bo smoklii;;.
Tho vast majority of tobacco users
smoke with their ejes nnd with their
"The shape "or size or color ot a
cigar strikes their fancy. It burns
enslly nnd they nro contented. At tbf
samo tlmo these things hnvo absolute
ly nothing to do wTth tho quality of a
"To get an Illustration of how smok
Ing Is done with the ejes It Is only ne
cessary to remember that very f.-w
blind men care anything about smok
ing. In many cases men who ha
gone blind after they havo been In
veterate smokers for years cease tii
care anything about smoking a few
weeks nfter losing their sight, and
soon ghe up tho use of tobacco alto
gether. "So It's nperfectly well kknown
nxloum In tho trado that the quality of
a clgnr Is ns nothing compared with
tho color ot thn wrapper, the ships
nnd tho way TC burns. Or, In other
words, workmanship Is considerably
more than halrthc battle so far as the
dealer Is concerned.
"Of courso nn Inveterate smoker uf
Havana cigars does not enjoy a do
mestic smoka,- nnd there nro men who
really know and appreciate flno to
bacco, nut In tho run ot trado thejo
nro nn almost vanished minority."
BOY ISADI.Y INJURED.
Willie Vlcrra. a sixteen year old Por
tuguese ind residing on Vineyard
street, met with a most unfortunate nc
cldent whtlo riding along on Kin:
ktrect In tho vh Inlty ot Thomas Squaw
thortly nfter midnight last night. Ho
wns trnellnj along ut n very rapid
ruto and, it is said, had no light burn
Ing At nil events, he collided with n
hack driven by Fernandez of stand
113, The drlHT brought his hoi so to
u standstill us quickly as possible and
alighted. Ho found tho boy lying In a
heap on tho street, with his bleyclo on
top of blm. There wns a terrible gash
In the left check and the boy was un
Fernandez picked tho boy up and
drove as quickly as possible to the
Queen's Hospital. There Is not doubt
whatever that tbo boy will lUe but
his race will bo very badly scarred.
There Is no Family Medlelnn nn f.i
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Rimy years it tins neon used by SIlii
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only to counteract tho ellmatln In-
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euro or nil diseases of the bowels, nnd
(or wounds, hums, bruises, otc. Avoid
substitutes, there Is hut nno I'aln-Klll-
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Dlank l)0()ls of nil description de
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