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I TCT 'HONOLULU BIFCBUCAX, WEDXKDAT IWSTBiaiJW.
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ANOTHER LOT OF I. X. L.
Imported Ham Sansips at 25 Gsats,
Casdies, Etc.. Etc.
pa !a Pa P a w pb P3 Pa pa Js &
The Porter Furniture Co.
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Furniture and Upholstery
Divans China Closets
Direct from Eastern' Factories
We Are Showing -
Phaolons, Biker Buggies,
Brakes, Pneumatics, Three Seaters and
In Harness v
We liave at all times a
Harness in Black and Russet.
Good I 2
Butter If J yj l
Block. Grocers. 2
Pa J J a -
8 - Different Styles.
Surreys, Runabouts, Traps,
full Lindoit Single ana. Double
Ropes, Rugs, Etc
up to DATE. We have alsof
Dump Carts, Goose Neck
Wagons, Etc., Etc.
& SUPPLY CO. LT'D.
STREET. - Next to the Fire Station.
& Co., Ltd.
Marine Insurance Co.
o Packets from Liverpool.
Tobacco Go., Ltd.,
from NEW YORK. the world
of Cigars. . 1
In Lamps, Whips,
Our LiiicTis Complete and
Farm and Plantation Wagons,
Drays, Express and Delivery
Theo. H. Davies
British & Foreign
Northern Assurance Co. (Fire
CORNER FORT AND
Has received per Australia
This elegant CIGAR can bj purchased for -Five Cexts Only.
TRY THEM K0NE BETTER
I Read The Honolulu Republican I
The Most Serious
Question of the Day; I'
Decided at Last
Thtf cbanns of new Honolulu Belle
Which aroused many from their slum
Has come to stay and continue the
Excellent work for the greatest
lien vcho haven't tried, or could not tell,
Can be reassured by any,. first class,
Cigar dealer th a Honolulu Belle.'8
V J. J. 1IjUJuMV1,
Sole JMstrfbutor.,Terr!U)rr of Hawaii.
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
TO DELIVER ICE
& ELECTRIC CO.
Have everything in readiness
and are prepared to
serve their customers with
ICE manufactured from pure
condensed water from artesian
Your Orders Solicited.
HOFFMAN it MARKIIAJI
Telephone 3151, Blue.
P. O. Box 600
A LIBERAL COMPANY.
The PROVIDENT SAVINGS
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
of New Yorlr, furnishes
maximum insurance at a minimum
cost. The company is as
liberal in its dealings with policy
holders as conservative and economical
management will allow.
I. R. BURKS is the resident
Magoon .Building, cor.
Merchant aud Alakea street,
Boom 6 upstairs. .
,fr.;..;.4MjMS.:.fr ; ! ! K-H
Qorsc Fui'iiisliing Goods
Plantation Orders Solicited at Living
California Harness Shop,
Lincoln Block. Telephone 778.
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HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.
Grand Jury Not to
Concern Itself With
JUDfiE lUMrHflEYS' TEKE CURSE.
THE TOBY SOT COXCEBN ITSELF
Beport of Trustee of the
Xnnalilo Estate Music Had
No charms For Carrie
Vesterdav morning First Circuit
Judge Humphreys charged the grand
jury as follows:
"Air. Foreman and GenUemen of the
Grand Jury: I desire to direct your
attention to a matter which I feel it
proper to advert to at this time. Since
the beginning of this term, and since
the organization of this jury certain
statements have been made in the public
press. I desire to say to you,
of the grand jury, that you are
not to concern yourselves with any
matter or thing, by whomsoever it may
purport to have been written or signed,
which appears in the public press of
this city or in any public press. You
are to concern yourselves with crimes
that have been or are alleged to have
been committed, and with such matters
as this court charged you to Investigate
and report on. We art concerned with
present evils and conditions. Let us
look hojjefully to the future, care for
the present and not dig up things of the
"On the 12th day of August, 1S9S,
the Republic of Hawaii passed Into history.
Like any other historical fact.
It is subject to criticism and censure.
If criticism and censure be deserved.
"Iti s not for you to determine
whether or not certain condiUons did
prevail here prior to the 12th day of
August, 1S9S. It is a matter of which
you can absolutely take no cognizance.
It is not within your duty to determine
whether or not the monarchy was
rightfully overthrown; whether or not
troops were properly landed here from
an American man-of-war. It Is a matter
of some historical importance as to
whether or not Mary, Queen of Scots,
was rightfully beheaded, but this grand
jury is not to concern itself with tn&
any more than as to whether the Hebrew
or the Gentile religion Is the
proper religion. Such an Investigation,
while opening up a wide field of
enquiry, would be absurd. You will not
be influenced by anything said in the
public press. There are many things
said in the press that are true, and unfortunately
many things are said In the
press that are untrue, but it is not your
business and place to run a threshing
machine through all of the idle remarks
made from time to time in the
public press. With this caution you
The annual accounts of the managing
trustee of the late King Lunalllo
estate have been filed. Investments
and cash on hand August 1, J229.844.91;
current receipts, ?15,365.35; expenses,
Maria Jf. Forbes, manager of Lunalilo
Home for Aged Hawailans, In an appended
"Inmates August 1, 1S99, 43; received
during year, 15 males and 6 females, 21.
died, 11 males and 2 females, 13; discharged,
5 males and 1 female, 6; highest
number at one time, 46; lowest, 40;
average, 43.74; present number, 44.
"We are sorry to note a tendency
among some to go off and return the
worse for liquor.
"Among those who were discharged
were two men who were taken to the
"Three other men were dissatisfied
and found friends to whom they could
go one of them being the 'bouquet
man,' Tvho is such a familiar character
on the streets, wearing, a silk hat and
'"The woman, wife of Kauhane, another
noted character (the Hawaiian
dandy), at his death was discharged at
"Our grounds still show the effects
of the continued drought"
Carrie Kaai has brought suit for separation-
against her husband. Ernest
Kaai. Carrie sets forth in her petition
that, they were legally marrjed
on February 26. 1900. That there was
born subsequently to said marriage
one child, n6w of the age of 3 months,
issue of libellee and libellant That
immediately aiter saia marriage
The petition says that the defendant
is a musician and has an income of at
least $100 a month. She asks $50 a
month for the support of herself aqd
child, and reasonable attorney's fees.
Lorrin Andrews is attorney for plaintiff.
THE SHERIFF WAS NOT DRUNK
Judge Wilcox Authority for
of the Exalted Official.
In the police court yesterday morning
"McXess appeared at the bar and
plead not guilty to a. charge oE being
drunk here in Honolulu, Island' of
Oahu. The principal witness against
him was Sheriff Brown, who hai seen
him staggering along Herchant street
hr the nelghbornood of the telephone
office, and "literally taking up the
whole sidewalk-" The sheriff had telephoned
to the police station and had
an officer take the man to the station.
This was about six o'clockln the evening,
jest after the sheriff had oeme
from the graad jury. JMeNeea stated
that he was sot drunk, sad that he bad
taken but two glasses of beer, and that
it was early in the morning when he
bad takes theat.
When taxed by the sheriff with being
so intoxicated that he had to lean
against the wall of a neighboring bonding
for support, McNeas'did not remember
it at all.
In fact he thought that it was dark
when he was arrested, and his memory
wa generally very barr regarding the
Said Judge Wilcox: "Itisaquestion
of veracity between yon and the marshal.
At six o'clock it is still broad
day light. I know that the marshal
was not drunk, because I bad left him
not five aunutes before the arrest was
BHtde. Igaewywwr hUad drank
j 1 1 TiUaw il Malt Sfr -
of MtmaoMAi, TwiEmmr
Dr. Herbert has gone to XawaThac
Dr. Walter Maxwell has gone to Hilo.
Trimmed hats at big redaction- Mrs.
George A. Davis has withdraws, hk
petition for divorce.
Entire stock of fine auilioery at reduced
prices Mrs. Haaaa'c
Public institutions were inspected by
the Grand Jury yesterday afierccon.
CoLCornwell and Miss Kate Corn-well
left for Maui in the Sanaa yesterday.
A. J. Ccats, assistant secretary of the
Y.M.C A, will return to Honolulu
Highest prices paid for second hand
boots by L. 5. .Mathew Jt Sou, Ui
Tn 1u TTnit C).t TVmin' fnnr
yesterday morning Henry Holmes was i
admitted to practice.
Miss Jean Angus ot this citr is rus
ticating at the Volcano hoafce where she
has been a month already.
Mrs. Wilder and Mrs. Craft returned
from Waikane after a very pleasant
outing of a week's duration.
In the case of Gehring 4 Butzke vs. .
J. Cooke et aL Judge Si iliman has found
defendants liable for cost
F. J. Cross left for M&hukona yesterday
in connection with work of the
Wireless Telegraph Company.
A penal summons was served on S.
Yasumori yesterday afternoon on the
charge of selling goods without a
Mary Ann Lee asks to be appointed
administrator of her sister Amaiia Joy,
intestate, deceased. The estate is
B. R. Banning, T. K. Bobinson, W. J.
Forbes, Miss Maasey, 0. W. Baldwin
and Walter Kldat sailed on the Olau-dine,
ERROR IN INVENTORY.
Affidavit of Administrator Cathcart
in the Dodd Estate.
Robert W. Cathcart, administrator of
the estate of James Dodd, deceased,
has filed an affidavit that there is an
error in the last item in the iuventory
rlled by bini in the record of the estate
wherein the affidavit charged himself
with the sum of $2665.50, when it should
have been $1790.46.
DRUGS . . . I
The Tariff 1 I
Change "has not affected I
the price of our Perfames. I
Fortunately for us and for
our patrons we fold hi a
large stock just prior to the I
"We watch the market
ery closely and buy right,
but never sacrifice quality s
We carry the largest
stock jmd assortment of
standard makes. I
French Perfumes, I
face Powders, t
Toilet Haters, i
We wish to impress you
that these goods are all
from well known makers,
whose goods are as well and
favorably known as their
Hobron Drug Co.,
Fort St. King St.
DEPARTMENT OP EUBLIC
NOTICE OF TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS.
Examinations of candidates for fathers'
primary grade certificates will te
held at the High School, Honolulu, on
September 3d and 4th, beginning tt 9
o'clock a. m.
Examinations will also be held by i
the Traveling Normal instructors as
follows subject to unavoidable changes,
of which notice will be gives, by
Walahinu September 14th and 15th.
Hilo October 12th and 13th.
Hoaokaa November 2d ana 3d.
Koaawaesa December ?th ud 8th.
miluku Septmber 14th and 15th.
Hana October 12th as 13th.
Laaalnm November 24 and 2d.
T lfink TWMBbr 7tk aai Sih. I
All teachers without certificates xai. j
those holding secosd aad'Third clas
certificate that have are
nntraJ r nMfiflit tBDTBaalrni At tYn
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ALATAU TATlPy 3QW. i
CtrrtcHy Tiilarti. Finish, Style
Plica tt Ytir Taste & & &
519 FORT STREET.
King Street Stables.
Tht Largest and Finest Stock of Livery
ia the Hawaiian Islands and the Most Popular
Hon olala Stock Yards Go
fON THE SQUARE
Distributors of High Grade Wearables.
The prevailing fashion permits
sacrificing his comfort. If you are
weather wear, come in and consult our
Fancy Flannels .
It's not how much money-a man
dressed, but it's what ho gets for his
most of the best for the least.
ON THE SQUARE
a man to dress in tuste and stylo without
undecided as to what you want for warm
At Prices fo Suit.
pays for his clothe that mik es him well
money. At the Kash you alw ays get the
Two and G76
St.. and comer of Fort an5 Hotel Sis.
: : : Telephone 846
at prices never before quoted here.
prompt response to all calls.
and Builders of
All cImks of ijfoint Kicking.
generators for long- distance
ElflMS. UMtlZ for all machinery for
Mt Mi let Mm RtfrifSraiiftg MKilier.
Block, Twiefhoa ISA, Honolulu.
Two Stores, Two Stocks,
P. O. BOX 558. 9 and 11 Hotel
- H. H.
ITos. 634-536 Love
Bedroom Seta at Bargain Day
Baby Carriages the same.
Full line of Wicker Furniture
Undertaker and Embalmer and
HCk M FHttaffPMflif Elfins.
Vsflaf Wknis for direct consected
ItflM and M0 bjmJ ilklwlc
"be complete installation of UfM
aujga. aBa&i&w'i, rati &&&z,. Jj6fr