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DVENINQ IJULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. I!., TIIUn8DAy, DEC. 17, 190.
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Santa Claus Every Evening
Kaai's Quintette Club
p 1. L a I. 1,1. j.JlggMB
Mince Meat, Apple Butter
Olives, India Relish,
Baked Beans, Sweet Pickles, Tomato Soup,
Dill Pickles, Tomato Catsup, etc.
Every Christmas Delicacy Known
Made by Heinz
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Honolulu Construction and Graying CoM
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0 BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. 3. Irwin & T ltd.
We do a'J kind of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Bock, White antf
Black Sand, Broken Coral. Qardei Soil. Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPT
POLICE ACCUSED OF
Peculiar Development Of,
Mauna Kea Street
To hne both the defense unci tlio
prosecution In n criminal coso uns
pent the police of tampering with
witnesses Is most tinusunl; et this
Is what hnppcncd In the Police Coin I
this morning In the cases ot Ah
Duck, Lee Sim, and Ah Tal, charged
with conducting n gambling game.
TIickc men were arrested as nn of- I
tcrmiith of the famous Maunakca
street raid, which was made under
I the direction of Joe Teal, nnd which
has caused much Intrigue and Jeal
ous) In (he police station ever since.
It appeared this morning thai tlio
prosecution had Iwo 'sets of wltnos
es, those supplied by the police, nnd
those whom the County Attorney had
secured from Apnnn, who assisted
Leal In the laid.
Tile police witnesses were placed
on the stand first, nnd they all fell
down In a conspicuous manner. They
claimed that they hud Keen cither
ono or none of tho defendants In" tlio
gambling place, nnd oen went so fur
ns to den) that they" had ever talked
with Prosecutor Milvcrton about tho
I ".What Is l.cc Sha's business:" nak
"I don't know. Ma) be ho Is a
laundry man," answered ono of tho
This Is n talr. sample of the evi
dence which these witnesses sup
.Mlhcrton charged-' that tho wit
nesses had been tampered with, nnd
C. F. Chlllingworth, who appeared
for the defendants, Intimated thut
the offlcers had sent Informers to tho
placo with Instructions to start tho
game. In other woW, thnt tho
whole nffnlr wns a. "plant."' v
i "These witnesses nro making dif
ferent statements from what thoy
did before," said Mllvertonr "What
better evidence could there bo of
their having been tampered with?
And the only ones who could benefit
thereby would bo the defendants."
, "Or tho police department," sug
"Yes, or tho police department,"
1M liver ton then put on his second
class of witnesses, nnd they proved to
.be nioro communicative, but as It
was there was still a great deal of
scrapping about the evidence. One
I witness, for Instnnce, who had been
one of the gang originally arrested
for gambling in the place, stnted
thnt he had been finer! 19 nml rmi.
WthaSgorjc to Jail, but hud, been
released the following day. Ho ad
mitted on cross-examination that he
had not pnld his fine, but said that
Apann had told him thnt tho "Attor
ney Oeneral" (meaning presumably
the County Attorney) had paid his
The hearing lasted tho cntlr6'oro
noon,: ond hndflnally to be ctintln
ilcd Until 2 p. m. -L f
' Finals This
At 3:30 o'clock this afternoon, the
finals In tho men's doubles tennis
championship tournament ot the
Territory will bo pla)ed on the Pa
cific courts. After having been posi
tioned .'twice. It Is nosltlvelv announc
ed 'that today the play will begin.
That somo good tennis will re
ward those who witness the tourna
ment, Is an assured fact. There Is a
healthy -spirit of rivalry between tho
player, nnd each will exert himself
to the utmost to carry off the coveted
tropny for his side. EnthuslastSWlll
-undoubtedly turn qut In force; and
the players Mflll receive plenty ot
moral support from their admirers.
The deln)s which have been neces
sitated In the playing of tho finals
have only served to whet the nppc
tlt'cs.of 'loers of the game, and moio
Interest Is being shown than was ex
hibited even In the singles cham
BEAI ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Dec. 18, 1908,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
William I. Castlo Tr to Mabel W
William Medclros to i: 8 Cunha.Surl.
C Palfrey to l.aupahoehoo Sugar
"Co.'.n .. . AM
Antonio I) d.i Sllvelra to Jason An-
drado i... ..'..? PA
Entered for Record Dec. 17, 1908,
from 9 a m. to 10:30 a. m. '
Francisco de Slla an.? wf to Anton
io Gonnnlves I)
Kahllo Hapai and hsb by mtguo to
Carl S Smltji 1)
William F Ktt'ae and wf to,'R AV
- Wadswortb-u.-, v, ..... -!.. M
Dald I Kalakaua to Itarry nUlloy ,'.t)
Constantina Ferclra and hsb to Maul '
Wlno and Uquor Co Ltd .f
An tone da S. Pomba nnd wf to Maul' '
Wlno and Liquor Co Ltd and as tr.M
Western & Jlown Invst Co Ltd to
Charles W Booth .....Par Hoi
! Jlubensteln ,1o Elizabeth K Booth
f t Pnf ne:
Charles Wi Hoot hand wf to Char
lotto D ti8Jperc ,.t)
Charlotte D I Stcere and hsb to
Western ft Hawn Invst Co Ltd ...M
Frederick E Stecre ana wf to C W
Booth . . ,f. D
Claus Sprockets to Rudolph Sprock
et i PA
Anna C Sprockcls to Rudolph k
Spreckels u: PA
Mary Pahau;to William R. Castle ,.U
Roll top, Flat top, and Book
keeper's .DESKS. Large
new Stock just arrived.
Roll top Desks up to six feet
in length. Prices the lowest
j. hcpp & ca,
Lew6rs & Cooke Building,
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
One-Half Aore of Floor Spaoe Devoted to Furniture
ed While Asleep In
Another enso where n burglar
made an assault on his Intended vic
tim took place yesterday morning nt
about t o'clock, when Mme. Lambert,
n dressmaker living in a cottage on
Richards street, wns assaulted by a
Mine. Lambert had noticed bofor
ctlilng that the hook which was
used to fastcn'-fior door had been
bent, and after trying in vain to un
bend It, she retired without locking
the door. Sho was awakened by be
ing choked by the hand of n stran
ger, and a toicq sa)lng: "Shut up."
Mme. Lambert' struggled and man-
aged to get Into the mlddlo of tho
loom, when he suddenly broke away
and escaped through a window.
Mme. Lambert still bears tho
marks of tho fingers on hor throat.
Sho could not see her assailant plain
ly, but knows that he wpro light
trousers ond n tncket like a jumper.
SKo believes thnt the burglar had
bent the hook on the door earlier In
tho evening In order to makejils m
franco moro easy, and also, calls at-,
tcntlon to tho fnct thnt a man In a
military uniform had been loitering
About the place last Monday. The
light on tho crunda had been turn
ed o fflfy the Intruder.
Mme. Lambert reported tho facts
of the case to the police, but Chief
Kalaklela states that as thoro nro no
clues, bc)ond a few footprints, tho
case does not seem a promising one.
Captain K. Ida and Lieut. K. Ta
kemurn ot tho Imperial Japancko
N'nv) aro among the through passen
gers returning to Japan In the steam
ship Tcn)o Marit, which arrived from
San Francisco this mofnlng. Ide, ao
cording to the staff of tho local Jap
anese Consulate General, Is a well
known naval officer. Ho was at one
time connected with tho Japanese
Ambassy at Washington as naval nt
tache. Ho-speaks tho English lan
Both Ide and Tnkcmura called on
Consul General Uyono .this morning
at the Consulate and held a long con
ference with him.
Another well-known Japanese pas
Ecnger In the Tenjo Is M. Yoshlno,
manager of the Manchuria Railway
Company. Ills mission to the States,
it is said, was to purchase materials
for tho company, which is gradually
developing under his management.
Whllo awny he studied tho American
system of railroading, wlilch, he ex
pects to put In operation after his
arrival In Manchuria.
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operator to mako your connection
with tho automatic telephone; you
can make It )oursolf. Call or 'phone
to Waterhouso Trust Co. and sub
scribe for tho Automatic.
Million Club of San Francisco
plans two great demonstrations to
aid In campaign for Increased popu
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OUR DISPLAY OF USEFUL and therefore ACCEPTABLE
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DOLL HOUSE CONTEST
STORE OPEN EVENINGS BEGINNING SATURDAY
SECOND COUNT IN DOLL'S HOUSE CONTEST:
Marjorie Guild 1738
Lilio Kawananakoa t 1212
Betty Steere , , 1102
Emma Tarleton 330
Beatrice Lucaa 237
Linda Arendt . 208
Eliie Auld ifi8
Xatherine Benner 180
Kulumana McWayne .. . 139
Hulda Guild 137
8 Others Under 100.
Elegant Christmas Presents
Our choice line of leather (roods is full of suggestions
for handsome and useful Gifts.
PURSES for Ladies and Gentlemen;
CARD CASES; MUSIC ROLLS;
' Ladies' CHATTELAINE BAOS, ETC. '
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
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This is a'big bright busy store never sleeping but always for
Nover before have we made such a handsome display of
Enameled Iron Beds
AS WE ARE SHOWING AT PRESENT.
Every one is far removed from the commonplace. The
designs are different; the values are different, and our service is
different than you will find in the ordinary store.
To show you how different and better our values Are, we ask
that you take note of the following prices:
It has large pillars, .bent top tubes, brass spindles and both .
bent and straight filling rods. The height of head is 8ft. 2in,, and'
is enameled in white, blue, or green.
Coyne. Furniture Co., Ltd.
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