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DOLE'S NAME STRICKEN
FROM COURT CALENDAR.
Judpo Humphreys Holds That Attorney
General Should not
Appear for Defense.
Tho wuno of Attorney -General E. P.
Dole was ordered stricken from the
Circuit court calendar yesterday, as
counsel for tho defense- in the damage
suit of Knupcua Kaimaun against I. II.
Kain:miui. Judge Humphreys ruled
that tho attorney-general, while
olllce, has no right to appear as
oouusol in any civil case.
Tho defendant iu the case is a
policemau, and tho action is one
prowinK out of an arrest for knluuiatsiu.
Kuuonn was aliened by Kamauuu to
have been practicing anaua. hoopiopio,
or hoomanamaua, or bomethiug of the
iiuri, and he had her brought before
tho court at Kohala. Before the case
was trieil a nolle prosse was entered,
uvidunce being detuned iusullicieut aud
the defendant brought suit against
Kiuuaunu for damages for false imprisonment.
She obtained a verdict
for $2000 and the defendant appealed
for, a new trial, on the ground that the
vurdict was excessive.
Wlion the case was called yesterday,
Judge Humphreys ordered Dole's name
taken on" tho calendar, declaring the
duties of the otlice of attorney-general
to Ih inconsistent with appearances as
counsel iu civil suits.
Mr. Dole protested that he had taken
the case as a part of his duties, defending
tho ollicer for what the latter had
done in the line of his duty, but the
judge stuck to his ruling, maintaining
that it miis tho duty of the attorney-general
to prosecute and not to defend.
Tho striking out of Dole's name
leaves Croighton A- Stewart as attorneys
for the plaiutitT and Judge
attorney for the defendant.
LEASE OF THE PAAXA HOTEL.
Jfow House at Waialua Controlled
Arrangements have at last been completed
for the new Waialua Hotel at
T&sla. A property lease of fifteen
years has been secured and bids are
now open for the contract.
A gentleman by the name of David
is at the head of the matter.
The capital stock is to be 112,000,
which -wilt be divided in 1200 $10 shares,
ot -which 300 will be paid up aud 900
The situation is admirably chosen,
having a beach frontage of 135 feet and
s depth of 160 feet. -The hotel building
will be a two-story structure of twelve
rooms, dining-rooms, store rooms, etc
The saloon will be in an outlying
PKOVEMENTS OF DR. STUBBS.
Representative of, the Agricultural
Department Has Lively Time.
Prof. Stubbs, the representative of
the Agricultural Department of the
United States, has been having a very
active time since his arrival here.
"Wray Taylor, the Territorial Commissioner
of Agriculture aud Forestry,
took him about Punchbowl on Saturday.
Later, they drove through Manoa
valley. Dr. Maxwell accompanied the
JPMtjt and they of tea stopped to ob-
IN THE SHOE STORE OF
HB HH HIIA Hlk
servo things, especially plants peculiar
to this section.
On Sunday Mr. Slubbs rested and
yesterday he visited Ewa plantation, in
company with Dr. Maxwell.
Today, Dr. Stubb3 and Mrs. Stubbs
will accouipauy Mr. V.'ray Taylor to
tho Tantalus forest, and on "Wednesday
the doctor will go to the Pali aud
down into the valley beyond.
New Map of Hawaii.
The Survey Department has almost
completed work on a new government
map of Hawaii. The map is a very
complete one giving all of tho roads
aud all homesteads as far as possible in
the Territory. It is also the largest
map of Hawaii ever published being on
a scale or 10.000 feet to the inch. J. M.
Douu has the work in charge.
HAVE TAKEN TO LANTANA.
Doves Are Not Scarce, Nor High,
But in the Brush.
Owing to the crop of rice having been
taken in, the doves no longer infest the
lowlands, but have retreated towards
the hills, inhabiting the valleys and
other places where tho lantaua abounds.
When interviewed by a Republican
reporter Captain J. H. Black, one of
Honolulu's crack shots, yesterday
stated that the doves were still plentiful,
but that they were only to be found
iu the foothills.
"The doves have gone where they can
find food," the captaiu remarked, "aud
if one cares to brave the fatigue of a
long climb in the hills, he will be
amply rewarded. The doves fly singly,
two doves being rarely seen together.
Tho report about the great height at
which they tly is nonsense. The doves
lly no higher than in former seasous.
The only time they ever tly very far
from the ground is when they are com
pelled to do so by the high trees or the
nature of the land."
A Lame Shoulder.
A lame shoulder is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles, and may be
cured by a few applications of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. For sale by all
dealers and druggists. Benson, Smith
&. Co., general agents Hawaiian Territory.
Just a Tew Words for the Honolulu
She succeeds where all others fail
with the man that appreciates a good
thing when he sees it. "When you once
obtain the delight that this new Maiden
atfords, there can be none in the field
to cut her out, with those who under
stand how to blow their money into
smoke economically. For the small
sum of live cents you can enjoy the
pleasure of the finest in the land, which
is one of the best Xew Tork hand made
Ask for and try the 'HonolulaBelle.''
Sold by all retailers.
Territory of Hawaii.
J. J . VLOKSKT,
All kinds of commercial printing
turned out on short notice by the Robert
Grieve Prtatlag Company.
Tius nurojuuriu TCESuai AiGUST 7 sw.
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! GHE3STLEMEN, ATTENTION!
r I We have just opened up a new shipment of the very latest styles
in Gents' Furnishings in which we offer at the most reasonable prices in
THREE IMMENSF STOCKS Niter the Citv.
FAIRCHILD'S f A I A l! A $1.50, worth and at cor
I! respondingly reasonable, prices for
A. E. MURPHY & CO.'S EnT1RE STock
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
GAS & ELECTRIC CO., Lid.
MAGOOX BUrLDIN'G, Cornor Merchant
and Alakea Street.
Ceylon nucl 3Innucnbo
and PRAIJXESt. . . .
HAXD DIPPED FRENCH
FRENCH BOSS, Etc.
Our goods are made FRESH every
day and cost about HALF
- the price of Stale Imported
Ntw England Bakery,
J. 8SWAU LUTTEI, Niugtr.
COBNEK FOBT AND HOTEL STKEETS.
These large and carefully selected assortments of fine foot wear will be sure to suit the most particular, as they
arc all first class and being sold at pricesthat have never been offered for lke quality in this City before. These prices
;are actually t
50 Per Cent LESS
-than elsewhere, and we feel coininced that it will not be much longer that we can ofer such attractions, judging from
lihe way the people are taking them home.
Come Early, as All. Must Go!
L. B. KERR & COMPANY, Limited,
Corner Hotel and Fort Streets.
t r' i i
Grand Vaudeville Bill of Colored
Artists Late of the
Grand Minstrel First Part.
Wiss Flora Batson,
America's Double Yoiced Queensof -
Bafeso Soloist, -
Comedian and Impersonator.
Hen Wise Katie Milton
"King and Queen of Coondom."
Leon P. Rooks, '
America's Eminent Tenor and Character Artist.
Colored Australian Baritone.
"The Nubian Prince,"
Classic Judder Zouave Driller.
Prince of Entertainers.
Turner The Jones Grace,
Singing and Sketch Team.
Seats now on sale at the box office.
THE S.-UIE 3IAYJBE SAID OF
MENS' OFFICE COATS JP
and are rapidly becoming very popular.
EXCELLENT VALUES AND LATEST OUT IN
Bovs' Clothing I
made in the most workmanlike manner, at from 75 cts, per Suit up.
' in .
Only the line to select from being much more extensive in variety
ai'M of Patterns, Sl.50 nor Suit up.
PERCALE i AND MADRAS : SHIRTS
IN ALL PATTERNS AND COLORS
rrom $i:oo ;up.
BATHING SUITS In the (verv latest designs, 1 and 2 piece Suits. Correspondingly
HONOLULU, H. T
i :- & & :: :;. & & $ :$ . - -&
f Gie nancnmi &ieuinb uuM Liu.
Has Removed its ()fiieo and Showroom to
Afakea Street, Makai Merchant.
BARGAINS IN ELECTRIC FIXTURES.
t On and after August 9, all Electric Fixtures
and Shades now in stock will be sold at a GREAT "
4 SACRIFICE to make room for shipment to arrive
per "Andrew Welch." i- "
a- a- i :- f r.i a- .
Have just opened a Xew and Fine Line of
Consisting of EMBROIDERED SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, EsDLL
LINEN, VICTORIA LAWNS, HEAVY PONGEE SILK, for lien's Suits;
E3IBROIDERED SILK PIANO COVERS.
CLOTHINO 2CADE TO OKDEE. OK SHORTES HOTIC2.
The above Goods have just been opened and are of the latest patterns.
t i i i !,;...
Owensbaro, Ky., July 13, 1900. t
t MESSRS. W. C. PEACOCK $ CO., LTD. ,
Honolulu, H. T.
1 Am pleased to inform you that we have
X ceivednotice from the Government that GREEN
X RITJ5R JirmSKYTias again leen selected for the ex-
X elusive use for another year in all of the U. S. Navy -X
Hospitals, oeing the third in- succession.
(Signed) J. Tf. M'CTJLLOCH.
Acarioad.'of this celebrated Whisky will arrive per Emeiie
fi P UJtA f Ltif t
r. timiney, ana win oe onerea tor saie oy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS- J
Read The Honolulu Republican.
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