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RVMNINtJ IIUIXKTIN. IIONOUMAt. T. II., WEDNESDAY. SBPT. 7. I Sin.
FOR RENT OR LEASE
Lunntilo sticct, near Tcnsncoln, house, six rooms; vcrmuln
room mosquito wired; detached kitchen nnd dining-room; out
side servants' house; stable nnd automobile shed; large yard,
with fruit Ucct, Price, $40.
Lot on lnnc off Nuunnu street, sui'nblc for stable or tenement
Itcusc nnd lot on west side of Nuunnu street, near Vineyard"
House nnd lot on Nunnrri street, near School street.
On easy terms, Bcre.ania and Young streets, near Punahou;
Hare chance of acqu'rin; land suitable for raising chickens;
2.7 acres at Kapahulu. Waikiki, with flowing artesian well.
Fanning lands in Kclilthn.
Thc acres at Sea View, with grand view from Palolo to
Barber's Point: superb building plot.
Lot nor.h side of Berctania street; three acres.
Propcity bought and sold in various parts of Honolulu and
TRUSTS, REAL ESTATE, COLLECTIONS
Office Room 1 Magoon BuiUing, Merchant and Alakca Streets
P. 0. Box 384 Telephone 2G91
HONOLULU. T. H.
'The Grafoowsky Truck'
1, Va, 2 and 3 Tons
45 H. P. QUICK DETACHABLE POWER PLANT
Hnrdcncd steel bushings. Emergency condensing chamber in
the radiator; built for service. Transmission, fool-proof.
Dcmons'.rations cheerfully given.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO.
875 South Street, near King W. M. MINTON, Manager
THE SHEEREST GARMENTS
LAUNDERED WITHOUT INJURY
IRENCII LAUNDRY j. abadie. PnP 777 KING
White Frost Refrigerator
Combines Beauty and Usefulness
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Coyne Furniture Co.,
. Young Building
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New Color Schemes
Water Wings for Swimmers
Mirrors New Styles
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Price, - $26.00
Price, - $3100
S&. Price, - $36.00
Tor Sale Only in Honolulu at
Attitude Of Jarrctt
"The ShcriT nnd tlio AnMnlnnt
City mill County Attorney think Unit
they arc both (Soil Almighty anil
Unit they urn ray whether wc idiall
Ken IIiIh (lercutliitit or not. Wo nro
not koIiik to crawl to the Sheriff Tor
pcrmlMlou to talk with thin de
fendant, who Is our client; wo do
niiinil the rlRht to apeak with li I m
from this court."
That win the way In which MghL.
toot exploded In the hatieim corp'uti
pioccedluKa brought In the ruse (it
l.co Kunc Nln, who litis liceu held
In the SlicrlfT'H custody elnco Sep
tember 1, pending t ho outcome) (it
the wound which Choy Young Jo
was Riven by him.
The writ Issued by .IiiiIku Itobln
eoii yesterday was returnable this
nioriiliiK at ! o'clock, nnd at that
hour Hherlff Jarrctt had tlio pris
oner In the courtroom nnd turned
over to the court.
Ushtfoot addressed the court, ask
ing that the liiiuio of Claudius Mc
llrldo be entered as nstdEtlnr, in rep
resenting tlio defendant, and then,
after tlio answer of Shot Iff Jarrctt
was tiled, l.lghtfoot asked that tlio
writ bo dismlsfecd.
In the answer to thu writ, the
Sheriff has the copy of u warrant
returnable before Judge Audrade to
morrow, charging the. defendant
with assault with latent to commit
I.lghtfoot asked tlio couit for per
mission to speak with the defendant,
to Which Mllvcrtou immediately ob
jected and asked that the prisoner
be lemanilcd to the ctutody of tlio
It was then that I.lghtfoot niadu
reference to the two olllccrn taking
upon thcuiFClvcB the power of tlio
Deity. Mrllrlde joined In by say
ing that they weie denied the priv
ilege of rpcaklug to the prisoner
while in the couit til lu morning, be
fore ludgu Uohlnson opened It. Tills
was true, for I.lghtfoot put an In
terpreter ulongslilc the pilsoncr and
told him to talk to him. Jarrctt or
dered Mm away, as the court had
not appeared, nnd until it did ap
pear the prisoner was still In his
.Mllvcrtou Jumped Into tlio breach
and said that as the writ had been
dismissed tlio prisoner was no longer
In tlio custody of that court and that
count el fur the defonuu could not
ask the Judge for permission to
i-peak with him. Their request mflst
be made either to the Sheriff or to
Judge Ardrailo, before whom he was
lie further asked that tlio pris
oner he Immediately remanded to the
custody of the Sheriff.
Again I.lghtfoot tame forward
with foiclble expressions character.
Izlng the procedure of both the Sher
iff mid Assistant Attorney, llu told
of arietta made by- the pollco when
prisoners were held forey-clght
hours, according to tlio law, for "In
vestigation," and then turned loose
on the sidewalk and Immediately re
arrested for another period of forty
eight hours for further Investiga
tion. "This illsciiKston Is purely aca
demic," sild the court. "Counsel
may talk to the prisoner while lie Is
In the coiirtioom, and he will bo
remanded to the custody of the Sher
iff In good time."
The words of the court were sat
isfactory to tlio attorneys for the
defense, who Immediately gathered
around the pilsoncr and began to
talk with him.
In view of tlio Insinuation.! made,
Mllvcrtou asked permission to mi
ll less the couit, stu'tlng the whole
facta and naming the statute under
which the prisoner was held, pend
ing thu death or i ecu very of the iib
vaulted man, so that a dcllulta
h.irgo could bo laid against him.
Ho then asked again that the pris
oner Iih given over to the Sheriff.
Another aso wiib called by the
court, and soon afterward I.lghtfoot
asked that they might take the pris
oner to thu chambers of Judge Hob
Inron for a counultutloti, This the
court. Immediately refuted and re
ni.iiujcd thu pilMiner 'o the Sheriff's
rimtody, thus cutting olf any tinth'ir
attempt to communicate with him
wlilln In the rouitroiim.
This cndnl all argument and ills.
ciishIoii ut I ho case, ami Jarnitt Im
mediately tool, tlio primmer buck to
his nil, to appear In thu District
Couit Ininoiiow for arraignment on
lb" limine laid iitcalusi litin b thu
liiiivcriilliiii allot lie)
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(lliiilu Now itt Hie
ON II A II II I'. II 8 II 0 l
WffVW II l
W OAUIIUH A cumiiflvill man
' .tui wu
It) (Will 1.
Trains To Kapue Gulch
Villi Run On
RAILS TO KAMAILE '
WILL SOON BE DOWN
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BllUllJUll VTUir. ivl J1I1U JkUHWtiji
111 I.O, Kept. iV The present week
will bfj a record breaker In the his
tory of tlio llllo railroad, as before
next Sunday It will run trains on Its
now extensions In both directions, to
Kamallc, on the Tuna branch, and to
Kapue (Illicit, on the llnmakiia side.
Those In charge of the construction
work had llgured that the rails would
reach the Kapue gulch at :) o'clock in
thu afternoon of last Thursday. The
workmen heat this bv half an hour,
tlio last rail being spiked down at
2:30 p. 111., when whistles were sound
ed and cheers glicn by tlio builders.
Thu Kapiio gulch Is Just on this sldo
of l'Hpatkoti, and when thu bridge
across It has been built, I'apalkou has
practically been reached.
Manager Killer Is making arrange
ments to run tlio llrst geiicrul public
train to Kapue gulch next Saturday
afternoon, probably at about 3 o'clock.
Thu trip will bu an Interesting one,
oven to those who had the chance to
miiko the trl to llonolll some months
ago when Mr. Dillingham gave bis
excursion to that point. A stop will
ho made at the llonolll gulch for u
few minutes In order to give thu pas
sengers a chance to view that great
Mrnctuic, and they will then have (ho
novel i-ciisntloii of spanning the gli'.it
gap, thr crossing of which has hcri'
tiifuio been uiieh a laborious task, In
a few momenta. Thu distance by rail
road between llonolll nnd Knpuo Is
abou tun miles.
While It Is piobablo that excursions
will be run on Saturdays and Sundays
after tho date mentioned above, It Is
also unite probable that a regular
train service will be Instituted be
tween llllo nnd Kapue gulch In thu
very near future. If It Ih found that
there is n popular demand for such
service and there probably will be,
for the railroad will practically run
to I'apalkou tlio company will put
up a temporary station at a point
where the track almost touches tho
government road, and regular trains
will ho run on a temporary hch"dule
The new extension to Kamalle,
which will lio tho name ol tin' hlatlon
by the Cant lumber mill In Tuna, will
be completed dm lug the Hint pait of
this wick, and trains will be tunning
with tie fiom the mill befoie thu
week Is out. Thu ties have be n ac
ciinmlatlng ut the Cant mill for some
time past, awaiting the Installation of
shipping facilities, and they will be
loaded on thu Iruigard, which Is now
In port waiting for her cargo for Ho
doiulo Ileach. Owing to the fact that
the new railroad schedule will go Into
effect on October IS, there will bu no
regular borvlco ou thu new I'lina ex
tension until thill date, but the rail
road company will, when there Is a
demand therefor, run trains for pa -sengers
or freight to the very end of
thu line, giving temporary service un
til 'he regular service Is Instituted.
During tlio past week John V
Hamilton, u member of thu Una of
Ilaiiillttin'aiid Chambers of New York,
which Is supplying the construction
material used on inu iiauiiiKua ex
tension, has been going over the lino.
Hamilton, who Is u member of tho
American Society of Civil Knglueera,
slnlcs that tho road Is being built as
substantially aa any road In the Kant,
and that thu excellence or the work
has been u very agreeable iiuiprl.ie to
hlui. IIu will return In the Kast wl.h
Mr. Thurston, who plans to go to tho
mainland In either thu Wllholinlna
or thu Sierra.
A KT STOIIi: IX NKVY ((I AIITKIIS.
The Arts mid CraltH Shop, formerly
Ineiilitil lit! ir,irl Hlrf.nl lui- itinv,l (,,
! loiamodloiiH quarters In the nung
noiei illuming, i lie nig hioiv loom
recently vaunted by tho Honolulu tins
1 1 n. iinu neon tccurcu ny inc Arts and
Crafts people In conjunction wi.h
llrnwii H l.yon, the bookmen Tho
new Ideation Is au choice a one
cnnbl liuvn ' boon tccuied mid will
I nuiKv pusHiiiin the piopur unplay of
,lliu big slock of lillll holiday gonil.,
nun iinio neon ninctt'u.
Theie will ho liu formal opening at
this sluto until Nmi'iuhcr ut, but iim
reiuovul i,r the uiimttf Iihm li.ii.n . .,,.
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Ipii'ifii nun inu ui)i' is npiui lor uul
lies III Ihn im ipmrlers.
AlllUiiclllclll s timilN b ludli'l
l'illllltllli.llll' WIIIIUIU IJ l'll!ell
'UlUl III' Im. Ml Mlll'MllM'l I'. a the
Ilium Im Ii" Mill' Hi lUllilh Hlll'tbiti al
IMlNMIUi'i '" , til IUp iMlKIHHllilblll
H lliuui ii'iiltuiMi ItatlvuMil luiuiiMu.
Attorney Declares That
The llo.'iid of Supervisors ncconi
plb lied things In iceoid time last
nlgltt. a talgu pait of the short session
being dew. led to health matters. Tho
coiiinilttte ell that subject stated that
It had Informed Marsloii Campbell
that the City was not able to meet tho
cost of fiuthcr tuberculosis Inspection
by the Territorial veleiliurlim. Dr.
MoiiKairatt having to do all of thu
work In the lutti'o becuut-o of tlio
iihortr.gu 111 Oily and County iliiances.
A petition whs picselited from A. II.
Dondeio of 1,'ondeio nnd Lansing ask
lag for tho extension of I'uiiahoii
sticct to KalakaiiJ avenue and a Tav
oralilo ropoit wax submitted by tho
Kind committee. Tho proHicd rn.nl
will he through the Judd tract mid al
though the city will not be put to any
exensc III 0s'lilliK tho thorough tale,
which It Is bulloved will bo a conve
nience to the public, It will loan tho
i unity lit in a steam roller. Whllo on
tho subject of streets tlio committee
recommended tin; repilr of Klnad laiio
nnd tho oiling of Ijimi sheet.
A petition was pien-ntcd rroni Ma
jor K. 14. Wlnslow for tae construction
of a shott electric branch road on Ala
Moaiia road fiom l'oit Aniixtrong to
connect with thu ltapld Transit lino.
The builder of the proposed line is
not mentioned In tho petition.
-Tho Ilapbl Tianslt Company l as
suming loo nuicli under (ho tetnis of
Its franchise according to Attorney
'. V. Ashford who In a eoniniunlca
Hon to the Hoard stales that the com
p.iny Is pioTelllng ti eight cars over
its town lines. Thero promises to Im
u hot disrusslon bcrnio tho Hoard
when tho subject Is taken up.
A r solution was lut induced by Ay
led by which $75n Is withdrawn Ironi
tlio rn-iil fund to piovide for a begin
nlns In the widening or llelhei ftroet.
The mail laiivrviror Is instructed t.i
stall at once, the necesBary prop'Uv
for Ibc widening of the rtrect havliu
The largest and
most complete an
Fortment of cbll
dreu's shoes wo
have over shown.
Li Low Cuts
Wo pay pill tic
tilar ntteutloii to
tho correct 111 t Ins
of c li I 1 d r o u s
a li ii u s. You can
send your chil
dren hero u per
that they will lie
SHOE CO., LTD.
1051 Fort St.
Ilauall .V Siuilh
.Sl'll I IM'I'I tl.
C. I.. HOPKINS
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Are Now On Display
Just One Dress of Each
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
Exception Bargains in Clothing
fpr Men and Boys. Now is the
tim? to fie ths boys out for school.
Lot No. 145 of the Latest Shades
in Men's Suits, reduced to
$4.00 a Suit
Lot No. 2-50 Men's Suits in
Greens, Grays and Mixtures,
reduced to $5.00 a Suit
Lot No. 3---80 of the Latest. Cut
and Styles in Men's Suits,
reduced to $6.00 a Suit
Lot. No. 4-35 2 and 3 Piece
Men's Suits, reduced to $7.00
Lot. No. 533 Finest Mixed
Tweed Men's Suits, reduced
to $9.00 a Suit
Lot. No. 6-35 $18.00 to $20.00
Men's Suits, reduced to $10
Lot. No. 7-47 Pair of Men's
Mixed Pants, reduced to
$1.25 a Pair
Lot No. 8 Large Assortment of
Mixed Pants, reduced to $1.50
Lot No. 9 Extra Fine Quality
Men's Pants, reduced to $2
Lot No. 10-Best Quality Men's
Tweed Pants, reduced to
$2.50 a Pair
TOR, ONE WEEK ONLY
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