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210 King Street
-:- Telephone 80.
Wo movo wires, pianos and furniture.
Wo haul freight and lumber.
We sell black and whito sand.
Wo meet all incoming coast steamers,
wo check baggage o" m outgoing
Metropolitan Meat4 Co.
108 KING STREET.
O. J. WALLER,
"Wholesalo :uid Ketail
MbinE Promptly Attended to
Dr. W. H. MAYS
OFFICE HOURS: S to 10. 1 to 3,
SUNDAYS: 9 to 1L
Astor House Restanrant
CorncrKing & Alakea Streets.
. Meals served at all hours:
'First class in every detail
Progress Block, Fort Street
- v ,
stock of Christmas Goods, comprising fall lines
T 1 TE HAVE just the most complete
A of cverv description of Toys for Boys and Girls; many useful articles for the
Our stock of Holiday Goods; consistinp of the moat useful articles for Holiday Pre"""
for Ladies and Gentlemen is mnrrcady for insiection. Our prices no doubt you will todtbe
lowest; we can convince you if you desire to call. We carry no old, left-over stock. Everything
purchased direct f ron'the manufacturers for spot cash, therefore our prices, you will
attention that we have thousands of articles
see at once, arc right. Wc like to call particular
for you to select from, no twe alike.
Dry Goods- Department
Ladies' Black Silk Waists
We are now showing elegant lines of Silk
aud Satin Mack Waists in the. very latest
styles. Just the thing for this season.
Ladies' Muslin Uiderweu
If you are interested in that line we can
give you letter values and more reliable
goods than you can Hud anywhere. HavjJ
you seeu our 1.00. l-5, $1."6 4"d LW
Ladies' Muslin Skirts with embroidery or
linen lace? Our ?ock in finer grades or
skirts is so complete that we can please you
in price and stylt.
We carry SJ styles, from the cheapest up
to tho finest gmdes.
Children's Dresses, Infants' Gaps I
V. 1. lieeierss, in wuue, nu oivo.
Hew Styles of Hats for Girls
Infants' Complete Outfits
Kxeallent values at 12.SJC.
" " 16S;C.
Ileal Lisle, Vest, speeojul at ,-. ; .25c.
Silk Voati?, . .if --.. 50c.
Real Feather Cushions, euii wciBht
16 inch, 00c, 18 20 inch, $1,
22 inch, $1.25, 21 inch, $1."50.
i.vMfPV vKiiii References if
dudirod. AH kinds of Musical Instru
ments Tuned and Unpaired.
Omen With tho Hawaiian IronFoneo
and Monumental Co. 17C to ISO S.
King Street, Lincoln Block. Phone
Residence Occidental Hotel. Phono
The Union Express Co.,
Office with EveniBulletin.
Just received a complete stock of Hosier-.
Ladies' Fast Black Hose, 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c
Complete stock Lisle Thread Hosiery for
Ladies, Misses and Children.
Special sale Children's Hose, size oA to 8,
10c. and 121c. a pair.
Fifty pairs of white, all wool, California
blankets at $3.50 a pair
regular $4. values.
Portieres, Table Covers
Just opened, 5 esses up-to-date stuff.. No
better assortment can be seen anywhere.
The latest styles of material. Please call
and see them.
per "Andrew Welch
"You famish tho boy,
Wo'l! supply hlHclotlilug
Onr Boys' Washable Snits have yiveu ns
the leadership in this line. Colors absolutely
fast Our Boys' Wash Suits at
$1.50, $1.75 and $2.00
are far superior to anything shown elsewhere.
Just one look at them will convince
you that thoy are the best make yon ever
saw. Tfo harm to see tbcm; drop in when
you are passing.
For all Kinds of Work
LAND AND MARINE)
Bynames aid Machinery
(THE UNION ENGINE)
Sole Agents: THE YON IIAMM ir0MG CO. LTD.
P. 0. Box 441
Bicycle Repairing Our Specialty.
We are the. pioneers in that line in Honolulu aud carry a very
large line of parte for repairs. Now is the time to have your wheel
overhauled and put in good shape; during this wet spell you can
spare it for a few days. Have the frame enameled. Wc can do you
a job equal to factory work in appearance and far more durable
than tho average factory job. A pair of new pedals will add to the
appearance of the wheel 25 per cent; cost but $1.50 upwards.
Lamps from ?1.00 upwards, and a good article at that price.
GAS i.AHPS REDUCED IN PRICE . ? .
&3.5Q Lamps 02.OO Each, to Clear. $
Sole Agents Milwaukee Puncture Proof Tires.
BAILEY'S HONOLULU GYGLERY CI., UJ.
327, 229 and 231
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Has Removed its Offices and Showroom to
Alakea Street, Makai Merchant
BARGAINS IN ELECTRIC FIXTURES.
On and after August 9, all Electric Fixtures
nd Shades now in"stock will be sold at a GREAT
SACRIFICE 'to make rooik ;r shipment to arrive
CLASI Willi USE
Great Interest Shown
In It By Lawyers
FACTS FMi STEMKHtfUC NOTES
HOW ACCUSATION WAS SPRUNG
AND MANNER IN WHICH EXAMINATION
Lofty Views That Actuated the Court
and its Findings The Attorneys
Handled Each Other With Profes
The recent clash between Mr.
and Mr. Magoon in"he hearins
of the Dr. Miner divorce case has
caused considerable discussion among
laymen, and still more in the legal
profession. The report in The
was a running long-hand account,
but the details arc what seem to oc
wanted. In consonance with this demand
The Republican herewith pre
sents the salient features ot mat examination,
taken from the notes of the
nffirinl stenoCTanher. which shows tne
high and pure tone given to the matter
by the court and the sentiments mai
actuated the contending attorneys:
The Charge Made.
Mr. Silliman: I wish to again
to this lino of inquiry, if the court
please. There is a matter that has
novor been cone into whica perr.aps
oticht to be sooe into, ougt to have
I been gone into in the direct
tion. Mr. Magoon Is tne pany suggesting
these questions. I i'i say
nmv that he came in a confidential ra
pacity to this witness with his w'f
and had a conversation with this witness.
To what extent it went 1 do not
know, but it was to obtain a recon
ciliation between the parties. I do
not know how fully it was gone into.
When these questions are all
hv Mr. Masroon I cannot help but
object, knowing of this conversation.
Mr. Magoon: I think that is about
as unfair a statement as counsel could
make. He did attempt to go into it
with Mrs. Damon, and 1 thought he
had abandoned it.
Mr. Silliman: I certainly Intended
to abandon it if it had not been for all
these questions now asked.
Tho Court: The court will say this
if it is :i fact that Mr. Magoon went to
e00 Minpr. renresenting to her
that he desired to act in the capacity
of a peacemaker, and she, believing
he occupied that position ami no other,
made a full statement of her case to
h.m and her cause of complaint
against the doctor, and thereafter Mr
Magoon accepted a retainer from Dr.
Miner and became his attorney in this
case against the plaintiff, Mrs. Minor,
and used the information which he had
acquired in this conversation to the
disadvantage of Mrs. Miner and to
the advantage of Dr. Miner, this court
will, on proof of those facts, strike his
name from the record as an attorney
in this case and proceed to deal with
him. If not so established to the sat
isfaction of the court, counsel for the
plaintiff owes it to the court and to
Mr. Magoon to make a frank apology.
Mr. Silliman: If the court pleaso.
with the court's permission. I would
like to make a brief statement, and
submit to such direction or order as
the court has to make with regard to
this matter. I will willingly drop this
matter if I can do so by bare apology
without going into it at all, although
l feel that what I did was fully justified
by the facts. I perhaps acted a
little impetuously in calling the matter
up at this time, but if I did so act
I did it under the influences of the examination
then taking place. I did
not wish it to take the. serious turn
th onnrt has thrown it into. If I had
anticipated that it wasno be so serious
I should not have brought the
matter up as I did. With that explanation
I submit to such direction
as the court thinks best.
Tht f!onrt: Counsel has stated he
felf fully justified in making the ob
servations he did. It is due to the
court and to the defendant that the
matter should be ueard.
Mr. Silliman: I submit to that being
The Court: It made an impression
on the mind of the court and the court
w.shes it disposed of now.
Mrs. Miner Examined.
Cross-examination, by Mr. Magoon:
O. Do you remember how long it
was you were in the room with Mrs.
Magoon before I came in?
A. Five or ten minutes.
Q. Not longer?
.A. I don't think so.
Q. When L came in you began ad
dressing the conversation to me, did
A. I spoke to yon as you came m.
L think you begaff to talk directly to
me, and I did notice Mrs. Magoon by
and by take up a book, some journal.
Q. Do you remember that you said
about the very first thing that you
ought not to talk about the divorce?
A- Yes, I did so. But I said, you
as a friend?
Q. You remember you saM when I
first came in you ought not to talk
about the divorce?
A. Yes, sir.
Q. Because I am a friend of yonr
A. But you didn't say that the very
first thing until I committed myself.
Q. You said a. moment ago that
when I first came in you told, me you
ought not to talk about the divorce?
A. Not when yoa first came In.
"Q. You said so'a moment ago?"
A. I mar have said it, but I am sure
I didn't say it Immediately.
Q. But about the time yoa began to
talk, you told me that, did yoa not?
A. I JtoM job that la the coarse of
F. J. Mallet. Ike mma. -who Ired the
blast at the Young; block excTatIoa
sstimiav rtsaltinr is. the ranaway
of horse, was nd
$100 la, police court yesterday. Tie
blast was not preceded by any warning
to the people on Fort street. Mrs.
WfddlSeld and Mrs. Yida were passing
in a carriage. Their horse was frightened
by the explosion and ran of.
throwing the women Into the street
and smashing the carriage.
Mr. Mallet said in his own defense
that it was a very small charge. The
wsulrs beinc eaulvalent to a nig
charge, the judge fined him $100 and
Ia the short tfxae thr have been xa
th business Kin? Bros, have earned an
enviable reputation in the finishing of
To 3Ir. Cal Melvin. who has charge of
this department, is due the credit of this
success on account of his skill and careful
attention to every jletaiL
It makes all the difference in the
world whether care is taken to print u
negative according to. its merits or no-Many
good films are lost through carelessness.
To be sure, it takes a little longer to
l-e careful, but it is time- well expended
ia view of the result.
The best results are obtained when
Mr. Melvin develops as well as rrints
KING BUOS.. 110 Hotel St.
- JAMES STEINER
116 Hotel Street.
10TICE to OWNERS, ARCHITECTS
B. W. Quinn, 115 Union street, Is
to furnish estimates on first class
ndern plumbing. Patronage sorted.
P. O. Box 162.
W. E. BIVENS
STOCKS AND BONDS
U Island Stocks Bought and Sold
on Commission. Orders promptly
Lots on Fort St.
Lots on King St
Lots on Beretania St.
Lots on Kinau St.
Lots on Lunalilo St.-
Lots on Wilder Ave.
Lots on Spencer St
Lots on Prospect St ;
Lots at Manoa.
Lots at Punahon.
Lots in McCulla tract
.Lots at Waikiki.
Eight acres land Nuuana Valley,
Lots on the installment plan.
Houses and lots everywhere and
prices to suit
5-room house and lot on install
6-room house and lot easy term
7-room house and lot on installments
10-room house and lot term to
I have bargains in houses and lots,
all sizes, shapes" and prices, and will
take pleasure in showing any or all of
them. I have what you want If you
will let me know what it Is.
i kaotitifTil onmoF 9)0x200 feet sit
uated in the best residence section of
Honolulu. Will exchange for sugar
stocks. Kihei, McBryde, Waialua or
any-other of the old line of dividend
oaying stocks. This is an excellent
chance to make an exchange to your
RING TJP. PHONE 808.
Corner King and Bethel Streets, v
WHBBT you waht a ,
CALL UP "
Anricm Mwwgfer 1QA
JSercic. Tetephww LiJJ
- CF--i- '
" ' '"" '- po, Jlr ' "'r&v?;r4'1sw'V"',''5s''''""' ' "' 54r? "&l ' p: .
C M 190.
Good Serviceable BiGydes
S 1 0 aiid upwards
Why take a chance on a cheap tin wheel sold at
when you can get a i
standard make Irom a dealer who will "guarantee
CALL AND SEE OUR $10.00 WHEELS
L E. O. HAkl 6 SOU, liimited
BIGYCJjE DEPT-. next to Bulletin Oflice.
PER S. S. NIPPON MtRO
We received a new line of
Silks, Table Covers,
Doilies, Pajamas, Kimo nas,
toiler aqd flrntimony are
of the latest patterns.
We invite you to inspect these soods whether you purchase or uoti
ASADA & CO., Hotel St.
HLL SILK GRENADINE
Fine patterns; S2.50 and 'up per yard.
SILK HND MOOL CREPON
85c. and up per ynul.
NOTTINCHHM LHCE CURTKINS
for 50c. and up per pair.
LHDIES' SHOULDER CHPES
A full Hue at $5.00 and up.
These ,'0xls nre all imported from England.
The Bargain Store
ALBERT BLOM, Proprietor
and Ueretnnia Streets
Opposite the Fire
tieo. H. Davies & Co.. Ltd.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. .
Lloyds, British & Foreign MarineInsuranco'Co.
Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life).
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Pioneer Line of Packots',from'Liverpool.
BEHRY JlflpFTllHlllG GO.
Do Your Mattresses Sag?
n so bring them to us; we can make them as good as new at &very .
small cost. -
bid Ice Factory, Young St.
GRAND GLEARANDE SALE
For oae mostfe only in alllines commencing
Saturday, September 29 1900
BanaiBS in Grass Cloth (Tarioos colors). Handkerchiefs
broMewdfHeavr Pongee Sflk for Shirts or Skirts, etc
tmm9m m$mmmmc LCoatiaae a JKxtk . f.
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