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KNELL IS DIMM
The case of Harry Knell, charged
with nBsault with a weapon, came up
in the Police Court at 1 30 p. m. jes
terday. The matter grew out of n
scrap which the complaining witness,
Cd Duauchelle. had with Knll on the
Kallhi road on the evening of July 3.
Arthur Wilder appeared for the de
fense. Both sides had feveral vvlt
nesaes In court and Jli cate was quit
a hard fought one.
Duvauchclle exhibited an ugly wound
which ran from his right throw clem
across his face to his left ar and ono
of tho witnesses, who had participated
In the scuffle, showed the court a rip
in his coat which was falrt to have been
made by Knell with a knife with which
It was alleged he cut Duvanthellc.
The testimony of th witnesses of
both sides differed In many of the ma
terial facts and It' was hard to arrhe at
a true story of the case.
It seems that previous to tho scrap
there had been some 111 feeling between
the complaining witness find the de
fendant, the trouble arising from slur
ring remarks said to have been passe I
by Knell about nnvauchelle's wife. Tho
latter wanted KneH to come up and
apologize to his wife and, upon his re
fusing it, the scrap itarted, after one oi
two minor engagements had taken
place previous to this occasion.
The case of the prosecution broke
down mainly becnute no one had seen
Knell use a knife and upon tho whole
the evidence was of a very uncertain
character. The defendant was finally
discharged by Judge Wilcox.
Troops Reviewed By
London, July 1. The reappearance
I'lOay ii. Qu o.i Alfxanclii iih ii .art 1 1
pant In n public ceremony practlcully
mnrks the end of the rerlod on anx
lety caused by King Edward's condl
tlon. Her presence at the revlovv nl
tho colonial troops by the I'rlncc of
Wales greatly Increased public cnthu
slasm over what in Itself was a plctur
csque and Inteiestlng event, upward
of 2500 colonials were brought In from
tho various encampments nnc march
cd through great crowds down Constl
tutlon Hill, which was lined with
troops, past Buckingham Palace, which
for a week has been the center of buHi
supreme Interest, a nil along tho mall
to the 1 1 oi so Guards' parade.
London, July 2. The review of the
Hast Indian troops today was largel
a repetition of vesterdaYs function,
but the vared coloring of the uniforms
of the representative corru from all
paits of Hlndostan formed an alio
gethcr more picturesque tpcctaclo,
Queen Alexnndra was again tho ecu
tral figure of the proceedings and the
people welcomed the opportunity tn
testify their Btnpalhy once moro with
her on account of her recent nnxlet)
and their congratulations on thu good
news rcgaidlng King Edward's condl
The review procedure of yesterday
was followed. About 1300 dark skin
ned troops, headed by n detachment ol
the body guard of the Viceroy of India
Lord Curzon of Kedleston, reached the
Horso Guards' parage to tho strains ol
Sausa's "Hnnds Across the Sea." The
members of the royal lomlly who re
viewed the Colonials yesterday tia
versed the lines of tii soldiers of the
indlan empire. TTie Prince of Wales,
representing the King, standing b)
the side of hliw mother's carriage, took
Toe salute, and the proceedings ended
like those of jcsU-rdaj with cheers
for tho King, onlereii by the Duke nl
Connaught, the Indiana drawing their
swords and waving them wildly as
they Joined In the c'leerlng
Chicago, June 3. Vnless tho gen
cral managers of the railroads reverse
their announced decision In regard to
a new scale of wages 10,000 freight
handlers will In all probability quit
work tomorrow morning in all the
rulli ond warehouses and freight sheds
In Chicago. 7." the freight handlers
strlko It Is highly probable that other
unions will be drawn Into the strug
gle through sympathy. UVflclals of all
the rallroadB replied today to tho de
mnnd of the freight handlers for more
wages. Tne answer was almost unl
form, each of the companies submit
ting an amended scale of wages to so
Into effect after three months. The
men refused to consider tho proposi
tions of the railroads and declare that
unless they are granted better terms
they will quit work, from tho rail
roads it was learned tonight Hint all
have determined not to make any fur
Thought It Win fin r den Heed.
Tncoraa, June 30. Mrs, Frank Durr
formerly of Tacoma, was nearly killed
at Everett yesterday by the explosion
of smokeless powder. She was engag
ed in house cleaning, when she ran
across a f rait, Jar filled with what she
supposed to be garden seed. Instead of
garden seed the jar contained smoko-
less gunpowder. Having no use for tho
garden seed, Mrs. Purr emptied tin
contents of the Jar into her kltchep
Aldcn Elrrinc "Brit
pensory !s guaranteed
all tilt vuratlve proper
ties of the espcnslve belts now sold by
doctors and drurg '. It gives a very
stiong current of electricity nndlseally
regulated. Hound to superedeotlierc. Can
be had from the undersigned only; no
leentsj no discount. ( Irctil.ir free. Address
llercc Electric Co , 20fj Post St.. Sin
Frar.;lvo. Sent free, to fUw.dl for Sft.OO
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The place to get puro Kona coffee is
at C. J. Day's grocery.
Gentlemen, refresh yourselves at tho
first National Saloon.
Two room unfurnished cottage for
rent. Sec ad under New Today.
The Fourth of July lanal attached
to the Capitol has been taken down.
Judge Humphreys is still hearing
tho jury trial begun yestciday after
noon. Charles F. Ttowald has been appoint
ed a night Inspector In the local cus
tom htfuso service.
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and safes, call on
Horfschlaeger Co., Ltd.
Mrs. K, S. Gill returned In the Sono
ma after a pleasant visit covering sonic
months on the Mainland.
The business meeting of the Young
People's Society of the Christian
Church will be bold this evening In the
Judge Hstcc heard a motion for at
torney's feo in Austin Publishing Co.
bankruptcy and continued the matter
The Literary Committee of tho
Fourth of July lias made its report.
The committee expended JS'.23 of the
Secretary Cooper is busy preparing
for tho general eloctlon. Hi invited
Chief Justice Firar to a conference on
that subject this afternoon.
Slncu the vegetable garden at tho
tear of the Capitol grounds has been
removed, the spot It occupied" looks
tike a deserted down-east farm.
Among the passengers In the Sonoma
for Honolulu wns W. T. Pope, the new
agricultural Instructor of the Normal
School. Mr. Pope was graduated fron'
the College of Agriculture. I'niv entity
of Kansas, In the class of 1S9S He re
signed n position In the Nntloual Farm
School at Do) lesion n, Pa to come
ON lilt HH
Washington. June 20. The House oi
Representatives had a session today to
pay trfhute to the memory of tliT; late
Representative Amos Ciimmlngs of
New York nnd the late Representative
I. Otey of Virginia. Dy special direc
tion of Secretary "Moody the marlno
liamT was in attendance In thu lobby In
Hie rear of the hall and Rendered an
jppropriatu musical program.
Thn widows and families of thu de
ceased occupied the Speaker's pew In
tho gallery and delegations from Tpo
graphlcal Union No. C of New York,
the Letter Carriers' Association nnd
the New Yoik Pilots' Associations
rnmo Tiero to honor MiVCumnilngs
memory. Thu public galleries were
filled. Tin- eulogies were exceedingly
Impressive, especially that delivered
by Cannon of Illinois, tho veteran
chairman of thn ApptoprlatloiiB Com
mlttce, who paid a trlbuto from the
heart to tho manly, honest character
of Mr. Ciimmlngs,
Although services have been held In
ho House on Sunday mi previous oc
casions, notably the death of Henry
Winter DavlK.'thls was thu first time in
nlnety-ono )eors when Sunday was
iiiado a legislative day and the House
met with a Speaker, clerks and all the
paraphernalia that accompany the ac
tual transaction nf legislative business.
Washington June 28 In tin1 Sen
Jto today THb-r of Colorado presented
a pttltlim from Uxtes G Itnthbonc,
pnolng for ii full Investigation Into his
performance of duties as Director ol
Posts of Culm during thu ixiupatlon of
Ruthlionu maintained In his petition
that ho was unjustly tried anil unfair!)
convicted, and tlmt ho Is entitled to u
full, fulraud Impartial Investigation lij
Coiigif-KX. Teller said the petition wns
unusual and the (ondltlons were uu
usual, and at Ills request the petition
was rend In full. The petitioner nsM-d
'hat full Justko lie done to tho end
Hint aspeislnnH upon his character
might be eliminated
Meteor Was Ahead
Kiel, June 3rt, 9 a. in. Emperor Wll
Ham's American built schooner laeht
tho Meteor, tho Clclly, owned by Cecil
Queutln of England, ami thu other
achts which started In tho schooner
raco today are drifting toward Home
The Meteor Is In the leail and thu Cle
ily Is second,
Thu yachts, can) lug full light weath
er canvas, crossed tho starting llnu'at
11:35 yesterday In tho follow lug order'
Tho Lacsa. the. Clara, the Clclly, the
Iduna, the Nnrdwest and the Meteor.
Tho wind was dead ahead for Iho en
tire distance to tho first mark, twelve
miles from tho starting point. At the
end of on hour thu Meteor worked out
ahead of the Clclly, which had uliead)
distanced Die other contestants.
New Yoik. July '.'. W Wkkhati
Smith, the special nttoine) npiiomlei
to liivestlgiite the alleged olll, lniicm.i
tlon frauds nt this port, tnilu) Issued
sunimriiiK ugalust A. S lliiseiithal and
Samuel Tried of HoMMithul & Kiled K
answer to an uitlon ciuumciii-ed agaliist
them Ii) thj- (Internment to nctivei
tho sum of $1, SOU, 000 This sum, tin
Government claims. Is due beiauie 01
the ulleged undci valuation of ImpoilF
together with foifeltures allowed I;
Tim Evening Bulletin, 75 cents po.'
Points of the
One of the points of superiority over
other book enses Is that tho doors op
crate on roller bearings and cannot
The Gunn Sectional Book Case is tho
only system in which a broken glass
can be replacdd by simply unhootxlng
the door. In all other makes tho books
must bo removed and tho caso taken
entirely apart. Como and sno it.
Coyne Furniture Go.
PROGESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
.GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
-If I Were King, by Justin McCarthy,
"Tho Dark o' tne Moon," by S. It.
Tho Mastery of tho I'aclfic," by A. R.
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall," by
Chas. Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Was In Flower").
"Tho Illazcd Trail," by S. B. White.
"None Uut tho Iliavu," by II. Scars.
"Tho Kenlons." by W. I). Howclls.
"Thn Strollers." by I S. Ishnm.
"Tho Moglc Wheel," by John Stranga
"Tho Hounds of tho naskcrvlllos," by
"Tho Woman Who Dared," by Lynch.
"A IIuuso Party," edited Cy Paul Lei
Tho nbovu aro only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may bo found on our
I56 Hotel Street
New York Dental
Tho high class of work turned out at
tho Now York Dental Tarlors every
day co.intB and moro pcoplo are realiz
ing, that they can get bettor work nnd
lower prices than anywhere else.
nach department In chargo of a spe
cialist and our operators nro graduato
dentists oi tho bcst-rccognlzcd schools
In tho U. S. or the world.
Wo havo a larger staff than any oth
er dental oftlco in tho city; we have
tho best plate workers, crown and
brldgo specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us are strictly up to dato.
Wo can giVo you money on your den
tal work, We will tell you in advance
exactly what your work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth 35.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth ...... 5.00
Gold Fillings 1.00
Silver Filling 50
All our Instruments aro thorounhli
itcrllUcd beforo use.
New York Dental Parlors.
iloom 4, Ullte Building, Hotel Street.
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, 8 a, in. to 6 p. m.
Sundays, 9 a. m. ts VI 111.
when unprepossessing shoe, for
men were the rule, the name of
"HANAN" was known to nil
dealers In men's footwear ns
something linked with artistic
To this day, HANAN SHOES
are known for their elegance, su
perior material, and perfection
Today we show you the "STU
DENT'S" BALMORAL, a shoe
built on comfort lines,
Ants do, If given the Antollno
treatment. Greatest success
attends use ol this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. It
tho pests use it once they nev
er do again.
In the pantry Antollno is
Invaluable as it is not a poison
but has tho desired result.
Honolulu Drug Store
You can get tho best from lis
und nt the lowest nrlces no
matter what kind you wnnt, Jap-
anese or Chinese matting.
Seamed or seamless matting.
(wo have It and In great variety.
Wo sell it In any quantity by
tho nrd or by tho roll. Kino
soft matting for upholstering,
LEWERS & COOKE,
Still inhe Field
E. C. ROWB
has started In business again now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, whero he Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all its iranches, and will bo pleased
to see all of his old patrons, as well
as new ones. He has no connection
with any other shop.
550 KING ST.
P. O. BOX 293.
Design your own ledrera. c.h
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Will help tou. That Is In our linn nnri
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Hoaona Sugar Co ....
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Cabuku flantallon Co
KIImI Plant Co .111
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Pacific Sugar Mill. .
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Walatua Am Co
Walmaa Mill Co
Wlliar Steamahlt, Co .
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Oahu Plantation 6 p C
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