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KVKMINO IIUM.KT1N, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, OCT IS, 1900.
Monday, Tuesday and
Special No. I
' English Long Cloth
12 yd. pieces, MONDAY, TUESDAY
DAY, $2.25 quality at $1.00, a piece.
Special No. 2
Black Taffeta Silk
3G inches wide, MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNES
DAY, $1.25 quality, at 90c tt yard. i
Special No. 3
DRESDEN and PERSIAN effects, MONDAY, TUES
DAY and WEDNESDAY, 05c quality, 45c a yard.
Special No. 4
Linen Glass Toweling
Bed and blue check, MONDAY, TUESDAY and WED
NESDAY, 15c quality, 12V2c a yard.
Special No. 5
The Merit Waist
For boys and girls, MONDAY, TUESDAY and" WED
NESDAY, 20c quality, 15c.
Corner Fort and Beretania Sts.
Case Now In Jury's
In nil nddiess to the Jury (lint wan
i-harncterlred by Judge Do Unit iih be
lust oilo of the jnut eloquent that lie
h.id heard In bin court City nn.l Conn
ly Attorney Oatlic.il t tills nioriiliiK up
penlod for n vonllct of comlutlon In
the ease of tlio Tenltory nsiliist l"u
shlno nn.l K'lvvakiiint rliirniil with II
lcgtl luiprljoninoilt. Gallic irt' nil
dies was a ninHterly minimaiy of the
nnterl.il facts of the .case anil went
loKlcilly forward to tlifa conclusion tliat
the evldenro ineacnlod w.m ample to
wmr.inl :i conviction of the defeiidantn.
lie declared lhat Hie deferdinU lr
tually nut nil u trllniuil of their own
before which they promised to brltr;
all .laiiaiiPKij who did not obey lh"
mandates of tho now defunct Higher
Attornnv 1i turner mule the onclllll"
nrgu.iucnt for tho prosecution mil was
followed by I.lshtfoot for the defense
who tried to ridicule the charge mid
tho evidence adduced by the prtn-ecu-tlon.
The JutJ' went out at II o'clock but
iih no verdict wax leached by noon they
weir taken to lunch In eliame of n
TRIAL OF MORI
IS ON TOMORROW
Prosser and Cathcart
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AKMSTIIONG AND VE MIL, TUN MAKERS.
Then In to bo another Kd Hi"W at
the Opi rn House tomorrow night,
(.omollxni? ill high cUhh pr utti'Mnlie
Mimic lllo and soincthluvr l the wliy
that tin people of Honolulu li.ive nt
had a" opportnnlt) to we. The Arm
LtroiiR and Verne Co., en route to Aim
tialla after n hlrthly miccuhsiIiI tour of
the I'Mtud StatuH, liavo b:e prvn lled
upon to Btopjhero aml.ulve three per
formances beginning tomoirow night.'
The Kecond will lie on Thumby and
the l.iht on PutmiKiy night. The pro
gram wllf bojf compose I of acts nod
olio, a fnr'cofor the orenlng card then
olio and at tho cltwu anollur faice.
The prog am will bj changed at each
performance and there will bo no re
peais of nv act oi' ong duilng tho
cn'-agcnioni Arnmtioiig U a siv.it
curl In the trilled States nnd In Ails
trnthi. He will King voiue of the Int
ent mmg.i liv tlcorg" Cohan, t!io Kp
ular comedian nnd mug writer In the
fulled Slates, a gciuleiiun whose
wings are tmng aiourd the world. Hale
of fo.it for tho peiforni.ineu tumor
row night mid the balance of the
week, began ut the llergstroin .MusU
fctore this morning and the call has
Lcen large. The eaV of prices will
be fvuud In the advertisement tod i
I WATERFRONT NOTE3 ,
TllllKi: 14-INCH guns of tho Jack
eted tjpo mo well under wav fays the
Aimy and Nuvy lleglnter. There live
guns will nil be mounted on disappear
ing can luges. One or them will be le
tiilued nt Sandy Hook ns. .1 type, twi
will be mounted lit Honolulu nnd two
at .Manila. The last four of there guns
lo he ipitlioilzcd are now having their
forging laiule, nnd It will bo miuiu
time liiforc they mo completed. They
will ho of tho wlrd-wouiiil type mid
will be mounted In lurrcnts In the de
TllllKi: WINIUAMMliUS, tho bark
Andrew V ujcli, Anno Johm.oii, mid tho
harkentlii S. O. Wilder, aro repoited
rom San I'riiuclsco us Indulging In n
plilted ico down to tho Havvul'uu
Islands. The Auulo .lolinKon's dcstln-
iillon Is jlllii, whllu tho other vessels
Hllo. Tho vecsel
tho Hawaii port.
brings lumber for
.THIRTY UK Ml of cattle from Mo
okal ranches have uirlved at the -port
by the steamer Mlknliiiln. The ves
sel vvns a Sunday arrival and brought
general lines of cargo.
THi: ARRIVAL of tho flennan
cruller Areona ut San Kranclsco from
Honolulu Is lepoited on October 18th.
THE AMERICAN KC,liooner J. 15.
nruce, which sailed from JIuhuKoin
Kimo weeks ago, Is leporlcd to liavo
arrived nt San Iianclsco on October
The attoiiieyh for Mori, the Jap'oi
ecc high vvugo deleguto who ultempted
lo assassinate Shebi. failed III .ludie
l)e Holt's court this uiuriiliiit to i,eeuru
u cuntlniianre of the cam and the
trial will begin tomorrow morning,
when a stint will bo made In Beeuring
Attorney K. A. Douthltt and Light
foot nuked for a continuance on the
ground that .lumen Coke, who Is to bo
Ideutltlcd with the ilufeiibu, would not
be over fiom Jlnul until Thuisday.
Tho re'incst for a continuance was vig
orously opposed by Attorney rrossor
and City nnd County Attorney Cnth
cart. Mr. I'rosser showed that lid had
inado every preparation for the trial
of tho case mid that ns ho was forced
to leave for Maul on Tuesday next t
would bo an Injustice to postpono tlio
eaBo. Piosser's argument lliully con
vinced tho court thatttho presence of
Coko was not ctseutlil lo the scour
ing of n Jury and accordingly tho trial
will proceed tiunotiow morning.
GUN MAN NEARLY
CAUGHT BY LEAL
THE PARK THCATER.
A series of pictures dcullnx with the
revolutionary war will bo shuvvn nt
the I'.uk Theater tonight under Ihu
1 title the l'refs (Jang. It shows (Into
Hi Will soldlois captured by Amcil-
can troops with the aid of a .voting
woman. After this and cnothei bunch
or ery Interesting pictures uro idiown
the Melnotto sisters will do one of
their leally clever turns unil pleise
the iiudlence with their songs, faded
Klovveih. ati'-thor enlertalnlns idcture.
Is one ef thete double printing arfalrs
that couture u,'l but tlioso who know
how It Is done., .The mbject Is u youm:
collide about lei bo manled and who
receives piesen.is irom a grmninioiuer
who removes ttiein from n invblerlou
casket. It Is a 'good stor nicely pic
tured Tho nttendanco nt tho Park
last wek was n record one.
the excollcWo of the mutc furnished
by the Kavvalhtiu iiulntet club. As tin
attraction lo sightseers the hall is be
coming well known. As It otters cverv
evening mi oppoilimlty to-Hco people
thoroughly enjoying themselves. Vis
it tho Waveiley; you will find ninnse
g lor Honolulu. They bring
f fertllller, lumber und(gen-
THK II S. A. T. LOOAN sailing
fiom Mm la on October 1Mb Is bring
lag tho ith Infantry which for tin
pat I two eats has been statlonej ut
Camp iKi till j', Mindanao, On pro
cciMllns ii the Philippines on her lnal
vojago lh Logan was diverted hum
, Manila m I railed dliect fo- thu Min
danao nil y post.
KOIIRJMILl.LION Manila clgnrs nru
a pirt ill the general cm go that Is be
ing traiiii?i tnl hum tho Far Hitbt lo
Sim KiMidhCii by the P.iclllc Mall lin
er Hlbt'ili. This vesiol Is duo to ar
I live' at Honolulu on October 21 and It
Is iiudeiilood that n shipment of tho
Philippine smokes will bu left nt this
THi:-O.-A. S. S. Aoiangl, nrilvlng
fiom Victoria on Siturduy afternoon
expeilented inodernto weather on Iho
vway down to tho Hawaiian Islands.
Tho obm'I was dispatched at midnight
for tho Colonies. Theto was a largo
list of through pnuscugers for Aus
tralia. THU SCHOONH Ilorealls was still
illscharglug lumber nt Hllo when the
steamer Manna Ken sailed fiom Ihat
port for Honolulu. It was expected
that tho cargo would bo out of tho
Ilorealls today nt tho rato that the
, work was then procredlns.
AJIfl.NT. THK VLSSKLS clearing
Irom Huieku Is leporled Iho Aineilcan
Bchooncr Ocennln, which sailed fiom
dial poit on Octobfcr lClh dcbllned (or
Chief Leal cot word this morning
lu,"- .... . . 1U. .!
sailed from hero on Oct- tljat n Cliluvso nnswering ui mo u-
bcilptlon of Lieu Cliong. mo man
who shot nnd wounded a countryman
a couple of weeks ago, was In hiding
out Maklkl way.
Tho otlleera, who wcro disguised,
bun led out to the houset that had
been mentioned, but the bird had In
some wny tiiken alarm nnd had llnvvn
when the detectives urrlvcd.
Tho chlefT liowovcr, is conlldent
that tho wanted man will bo, cap
tured beforo many moro days liavo
passed, and us ho Is still on Oahu ho
rwlll not have nny chanco of getting
nwuy to tlio othor lsianus.
IN STOCK MARKET
Btocka began to bhoV n Utile raoro
llfo this morning, although the quota
tions nro still cousldernby more do
piessed than.ono might reasonably ex
pect with sugar at 4.25. Hawaiian
Commercial sold as low as 33.73 ho
tvvecn boatds nnd Pioneer nt 181,2.".
Kuhukii came out nt 30.1 3t and Ko
loa at 147.R0. On tho board this morn
ing Oahu stiengthpned by holding to
31.75; a Binall lot r Walalua went nt
117: Houokna held stioug nt lK.r.0;
Ohm sold at 5, ami un 'odd lot of Mc
Iliyile went through nt 3.87,&. Selling
orders still prevail and qulto a number
of the buyers ato waiting until the full
piessuro or the boJIIiir Is roll ami
stocks have gono to bed nick, when
(hey will quietly pick up ull tho shares
In tho cheap stocks and tho dividend
stocks they can get.
ADDRESS ON COTTON.
Tho regular bl-inonlhly meeting of
tho Honolulu Chamber of Commerce
will bo held at their rooms In tho
KlniitrenwnM building nt 3 p. 111.' on
Wednesday. October 20. K. V Wilcox
will mnko n special address on "Cotton"
It will bo hcaul with plenum o Hint
Mclxiughllii nnd Lour, tho main
land tennis players, will stop over
hero for n while on their return voy
age to the coast,
ArrangciiiHiits have been made
that tho two experts, who leave Aus
tinlla on Nmomher 22, stop off In
Honolulu nnd play a series of match
tea against tlio local men. The Hono
lulu chniuplnus will practice hard
during tho next few weeks nnd will
he In I! no form when they meet tho
stars for tho bccoud time.
The exhibition skating or Miss Wie
ner nt the skating rink last night was
received with npplaiiso by several hun
dred spectators. The perfect east
nnd gracefilhies's of Mis Wiener ex
cites tho wonder (if even tho skater of
roiislderablo experience. To thoo
who have never skated her oxlitbltlc.ii
Is of great Interest as fcho skntes fig
ures that are lUniciilt for dancers.
THE WAVERLEY DANCE.
Tim itnnces nt the Wnverley are
n.-irtlcotiirlv nleasnut nu account of
Yesterday afternoon Mr. nnd Mm.
W. 11. C'ruvvfoid cntortulnt'tl about
250 of their rilouds ut a splendid
lunu. The grounds at the Craw font
home on Llllhla stieet wero turned
Into n hugo tent for the time being,
mid the liihles were nil iiot tluieln.
Kvcrj UellCicy Unit could be
thought of wns.ln ovlifrJitound both
Hawaiian nod Chinese Uls"lics weui
set befi'.e the guests. , Many uom(-
nont Hniiolulu.peoplu wero pic-ent
and two quintet clubs plujcd ilnilliB
the ntt' -neon and evening.
Seveuil liiilns were danced and
weie much apjireelaled by thu guesta.
Mr. Ci.iwford 'uinl nU wife wero tho
tout of hospltiillfy, and they were as.
slsted by u corps of oiiug ladles.
The Mlesos M Cm thy wpro the life
of the entertainment -and had a
ilensaiit smile nid word for'ory-
A. M. Hi own proposed the health
of the hosts III a few wollohoeii
words, nnd ,ttio guests tlrnnk the
toast etilhuslastl'iilly. After thu
lunu piopci' was inu, the test of the
evening WiHf,i?culeil 111 slnglnrf
and dancing. Hver)liody tliopped In
to see the new arrival In the Ciavv
fonl faintly boforo deiiailliig, and
th chulo'h health w.u honoied many
THE ART THCATER.
This week's off cling nt tho Art Is
certain of miiiisenieut. Several new
pictures aro li'lug sbown.tli.it liavo
had cxteiislvo rims on the mainland.
These new pictures were recilved by
tho Art management by the Alameda
and as they uro ones never shown
here, this popular house Is sure to bo
crow'ile'd by plrtuie-lovers this week
Thu "elusive spot" on tho roulette
wheel Is tho spot tho ilder si-cures for
the eliding trip. It Is elusive because
the spot soon becomes tho soil of lin
ed her rfder when the wheel starts. Tho
laughter' of tho spectators mid the
TTrcntnsof tb'e riders makes tlra wheel
one of the men lest umusciiients cen
ters In Honolulu.
THE EMPIRE THEATER.
This popular theiiler'c hill for the
beginning or Iho Week Is ono that will
hold the attention of tho audience. Jlo
j bides u niimLor of good pictures, t.ov
oral tauiioviuo iiuiuuerB arc uenin
The Kj P. dancing hill will bo open
every night commencing. Monday oven
lug. Mii'le by (tin Acme (llee Club,
Admission ins. Ladles free.
Something We Would Like
Every Man to Know
"E want to tell vou
today what we mean
by our guarantee of
satisfaction or money back.
Suppose you buy a Suit of
the "KASH" and after a
week, or a month, or three
months you find it doesn't
give you the proper satis
faction BRING IT BACK
WE WANT THAT SUIT
not only to right the wrong
in your case, but to pre
vent il s occurrence in others.
If there is a flaw in our cloth
ing we want to know it. We are
as anxious as you are that your
suit wears properly. If a garment
goes wrong we don't thank you
for not saying anything about it.
We INSIST on every suit proving
.satisfactory. Even if we do sell
for less than the other stores our
merchandise must invariably
prove as good as the best.
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
If you want your freight delivered
from tlic wharf in a flrst-clats ninn.
iter anil at the lowest price, consult
Vnn -h 1 ll 1 vi l:rt cmi 4-i a At TlnnmMm BrfA.
.,.... VUUoM.UU..AWU. VW M.M.JJ.A1& WIS.,
Office Fort St 0pp. W. 0. Irwin & Co Phone 2814
$1,125 Three bed-room house and
lot 50x80 on Buckle lane, near
St. Louis College.
$500 Four room cottage and lot on
Both houses were built during the
last 'year and arc exceptional bar-
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. Kinc St,
LONELY FISHERMAN DIES.
David I.olie, a lonely fltiliurman
who has lit'en dorlvlitg ii iirecarlnim
living mi S.iud Island, was found
dead tliiu iiioriiliiK I')' M. Kttblan,
ulio hnpiienod' lo bo n visitor there
I.oho was finite u well linowii cliarac.
Ic-r around Jlonoliiln. Ho wim about
fifty yoais old. Ycstoidny tlio man
vi( much under tlio Inlluoiu-o x of
llcjuor. Ak'oliollsm nnd tulicicuIonU
In 'itHxlKUcd nn tho rniibo ot death.
No Inquest will be bold.
CUSTOMS MCN SCE
Hnli'v'H fiiinoim eoiiict Ih duo to
iniiku Hh teyiil'ir niMuntut'ti In tliu
licmoiM uinl tlio til st to hlxbt thu cel
estial namleier In lt well ordored
(IlKbt aie n rciuplo of tneiiiberu of tlio
iiIkIU rtun at tlio iiialoiiiH lioiuo.
Haley'ii comet, 'It Ih wild, cull be
plalul) sfeii UiroiiRb an ordlnnn mir
Ino nl .1 hh or a xin.ill telosriio. The
comet H ililvlim lliroiiKh npaeo near
the coiiHicdlatlnu of Orion.
Location and Elevation
A SELECT RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT
i pin It-, n
A, CiiuinilnBv Tor O dm
7'1 5. King St. .
County ICiiRlneor (lure maM the re
ipicst Unit all aiitoinobllu ownoru and
drtveiH of other whlrtuH illccontlniio
niniiliiR (nor thu mill jxertlou of thu
Walalua road, an hla Jdeiurtmeiit Is
VMi'iltiiiK on that pari, mid RettlnK
ready lo niiirmlatnltn ft The ro.ul Is
now elofced lo tho liubllo for hocial
Tho niotlon of K. C. 1'etern ;i;lori
for Jliuioel 1 .edo to quiKh ivji ...- ,
varato tho i.--.s-j.Iiij; unde1 tht 41
oico t'omplnlnt of M.irj' (1. I.edn w i
dl'iuli-H-d by Jii'lirn. KoIjiiih.iii Dili
IiioriiliiK. l.i'do .nit boll)!; U'liioueiile-I I'l
.Chinns thoro reslKtered nl the Ha
waiian hotel h .loliti S. Or.iee or Ol.n
IS A HI0H VALLEY ON THE SEASHORE, LOCATED BETWEEN DIA-
M0ND HEAD AND THE WAIHANAL0 MOUNTAINS. It has an elevation
of about t'.vo hundred Ject and commands a magnificent ocean view
with the most picturesque mountain scenery on the island. It is the
passage for the never-failing breeze from around Koko Head, which at this high elevation is
cool, dry and sweeping and far more healthful than the damp clouded valleys and other lower
parts cf the city. The beautiful Kapiola'na Park, the Waikiki beach, the Motna and Seaside
Hotels and a number of elegant homes and magnificent estates, some valued as high as $250,
000.00, arc all located in this part of the city and only a short distance from Kaimuki.
Kaimuki itself has over one hundred nnd sixty beautiful homes and several miles of macadam
ized streets. As this company controls the entire Waila: side, excepting eight blocks, of
this magnificent residential property, we expect to make it the select residential district of the
city. No objectionable buildings will be erected and no undesirable people willlivc In this
district. It will be mod'ernly improved and every effort made to maintain the highest stand
ard of residential property.
Our prices, $500.00 for corner lots and $'100.00 for inside lots, arc exceptionally low com
pared with the future value of this propetty. You cannot possibly make a better investment
for either profit or homesitc than the purchase of one or more-of these lots. j.1
Kaimuki Land Co.,' Ltd.,
Rooms 37 and 38 Young Building
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