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THE PACIFIC COMMEKOIAI, ADVERTISER: HONQIiiriiU, DECEMBER 15, 1894,
G To Plantation Managers. A FRESH, NEW SUPREME COURT ON MONDAY. r.nnrt Tndtes Will Take Turns Filling Vacancies. AND" .Judge t'rrmr Lnble t Attend Hawaii Aault Caie to Come lp. The Supreme Court comes m n Monday with twenty-five cases on the docket. In the absence of Judge I- rear, h fTirr.uit Judcres will alternate in ritiinrr hi no it ion on the bench. The alternation is so arranged that none of the Circuit Judges win pass jungmeni rn rw at (Dialed from their decision. One of the most important cases of the session win Lie me juugnieni passed upon exceptions in the assault case oi uisna anu o;uers. This cae is the outcome of an at tempt to arrest a party of Japanese workmen on Hawaii, who were gath ering coffee for a Portuguese named flrmnor. The cron was claimed bv a native, who threatened to have Gasper arrested ior trespass. The latter told his men to resist if any attempt was made to take posses sion. This they did, with the result that one or their number was Kineu and the others held for resisting officers. The point which the defendants make in their bill of exceptions is the Illegality of the warrant on which the Japs were arrested. The magistrate in filling out the complaint specifies each person Mint vhnm th mmDlaint is made. In the warrant, either from lack of time or disposition, tne magistrate xrrntm the words "Oishi. t als.' ' Law yers for the defense believe et als to be m . altogether too amoiguoua. The John Hapa highway robbery will also come before the Supreme Court. --. .. WANT MORE ROOM. framnMl Condition of the lioard of Health Sleeting Tlace. The present meeting room of the Board of Health i3 hardly suitable for the purpose, on account of Its limited size. This fact was brought up yes- a A A. terday aiternoon previous to tne meet ing and discussed, but. no result was arrival at. President Smith is in favor of adding an !." to the build ing, the room to be about 15x20, and giving the present room to tne leprosy commission for a library and store room. Therp was some talk of moving the entire Health office over to the Judiciary Building, but all the suit able offices are engaged, with the ex ception of the room In the rear of the Legislative hall, formerly used by the electoral registrar and auditor. It was thought it would not do on account of the noise attendant on a meeting oi the law makers. As stated previously, nothing wa3 agreed upon, but the matter will be brought up again. WI1EEK THEV WILL MEET. One llody lu the Executive Building, the Other AcroM the Way. The time for the convening of the Legislature in extra session is draw ing near and perhaps before this time next month both houses of Congress will be hard at work on some matters that require immediate attention, it has not been settled where the bodies will meet, but it is more than proba ble that the Senate will hold its ses sions iu the old throne room in the Executive building. lately used by the Executive and Advisory Coun cils uuder the Provisional Govern ment. The Representatives will nrobablv meet In the old Legislative hall, the scene of many a wordy battle between Hawaiian lawmakers and their "hade" brothers. The last time this hall was occupied was when the members of the convention framed the present Constitution of Hawaii. HuAjr at Tax Office. These are buay days at the Tax Col lector's office. There was a constant stream of taxpayers yesterday who wished to escape the ten per cent, ad ditional for non-payment. Today is the last day of grace. After the loth, a charge of ten per cent, interest will be made ou all taxes remaining unpaid. 21. L. Cheuvront Leonard. Mo. In Agony 15 Years With Salt Rheum Hood's Sarsaparllla Cave a Perfect Cure. " C. I. Ilood & Co., Lowell, M.: "Hood's Sarsaparilla U aaxcelle&t medicine. I had eczema in my left leg for fifteen years. Tart of the time my lg was on mass of seats, and about trtrj wee corruption would gather under the skin and tha scabs would slough o3. The Itching and Burning Mnsauonmadoma suSer indescribable agonies. X spent a great deal of money for different rem edies but did not set relief. About a year ago, frsading physicians adrised me to take Hood' fUrsavanila. I did so and haro taxen Cto bow oocTs Cures Gee. Xow all the" sores, scabs and r&ia TaaUhed and I am enjoying perfect health. I fulak Hood's Sarsaparllla ts seootid to nooe and fladiy recommend it to all suJerla? huxnaciSy." U. L. Chbu YRovr, Leonard, UiasourL Hood's PUIa aoc eaaUy, yet pompUy and eailsoUy.oa the Urer aad bowaU. aso. HOBRON DRUG COMPANY 3066 WbolfsaleAjenta. A CLOSE FINISH. Kitty All the girls were crazy over that foreign count, but he fell in lorn with Ad the minute he saw her in a decollete sown. Tom Yea, I understand she says she won by a neck. Truth. STORE NEW 405 KING STKEET, Commission Merchants, Wholesale and Betail Silk Goods, Cotton Crepes. Underwear, Towels, Hats and Caps : Fine Line oi Japanese Metal consisting of Match Safes, Ash Trays, Card Cases, Soap Boxes, Decorated Japanese Hand Bags, etc., suitable for Presents. Sam oles of all kinds of Japanese Goods which I can imDort on short nntirf tfapanese Medical Instruments and Medicines. C7-Try cur 8. T. TEAS. Prices the lowest. S. TAKAMURA, Proprietor, IWAKAMI SHOTEN, Hotel Street, (NEXT DOOR TO PECK'S COMMISSION ROOMS.) We wish to call vour attention to our very complete stock of Japanese Silk and Cotton Crepes, fcilk Shirts and Pajamas. A fine assortment of Silk Handkerchiefs and Neckties for Ladies and Gents. Silk Shoulder Shawls, Kimonos and Jewelry: Bamboo Screens and Mattings, Japanete Crockery and China Ware, Parasols and Umbrellas : Lacquer Ware, Lanterns for decorations : Fancy Articles and Tovs of all descriptions, the very things for holiday preeents. IWAKAMI SECOTEIST. 7POK OUT FOE OUB OLIDAY GOODS! I 1 1 1 -v.f-:jf; A. ,. ' -i :1" J 4 a. . t . . ... . Furniture Just Received A COMPLETE STOCK OF BEDROOM SUITS LOW rrtlCES; Wicker Ware, Rugs and Portiers of all sizes, Shaving Stands, Card Tables, AND ROCKERS In Oak or Cherry,and other goods too numerous to mention. J. HOPP & CO., 74 King: Street. There's no need to fight over NAPA SODA Or to cry for it, because we have plenty in stock, fresh from the springs, and at a price within the reach of all. We are selling family cases, each containing sixty bottles of this King of Table Waters AT $6 PER CASE. Remember that we warrant everv bottle. May be ob tained at all the leading hotels and bars and of the Hollister Drug Company, Limited EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR TOE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 823 FORT STREET, HONOLULU. The following letters received from Mr. Jno. A. Scott, Manager Hilo Sugar Company, refer to the Avery Fertilizer Distributors and Stubble Diggers, for which the Hawaiian Hardware Company are sole agents. Mr. Scott first saw these implements at the Columbia Exhibition to Chicago, and was so favorably impressed with their appearance that he immediately ordered samples shipped in the Hilo Sugar Com pany. Mr. H. Deacon, Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Company, secured one each of these implements from Mr. Scott and expressed his satisfaction with them in the letter published herewith: Pepeekeo, Aug. S, 1S94. J. A. Scott, Dear Sir: In reply to yoors in relation to the "Avery" Stubble Diggers and Fertilizer Distributors. I would say that I have been using the Diggers almost constantly since I received them, and am highly pleased with them. As the name signifies. I find them specially adapted to the work of loosening the soil about rat- toon stools, and they may be used to great advantage either before or after the Fertilizer Distributors, thereby putting the rattoon fields in the very best condition for a rapid growth, lbey are a light draft machine, and would recommend them to any plantation owner. The Fertilizer Distributor is a great labor saving machine, and I find tnat 1 snail need one more to nil our requirements here. I remain, yours respectfully, (Signed) H. Deacoh, Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co. Waixaku, Hilo, Aug. 9, 1894. Mr. E. R. Hendrt, Honolulu. Dear Sir: In reply to your enquiries regarding the working of the "Avery" Stubble Diggers and Fertilizer Distributors. I would say that I have been using the Diggers for some months and have dug some eight hundred acres of stools with them, thoroughly loosening the soil in and about the roots, thus giving them an excellent opportunity for many more shoots to come forth than usually do. And I find that there is a thicker stand of cane where it has been stubble dug. The machine works in fertil izers on rattoon stools without any further hand labor, mixing them thor oughly with the soil and allowing them to get to the roots of the plant. The Fertilizer Distributors I have had at work for some time and I have fertilized about four hundred acres with them thus far and they are doing all the makers claim for them, distributing the fertilizers in an even manner on each side of the cane and in whatever quantity desired. They are a good labor saving machine and are doing the work of several men. These machines are of light draft and strongly made and there is nothing liable to get out of order. I can fully recommend these to plantation owners. 1 remain, yours truly, (Signed) John A. Scott, Manager Hilo Sagar Co. We received by the Alameda a carload of Avery & Son's Implements which include Fertilizer Distributors, Stubble Diggers and Improved Sugar Land Cultivators. The latter has solid discs and shovel attachments. They are admirably adopted for use in the soil here and will be found necessary on every plantation. The Fertilizer Distnbutor is arranged to work on land where the furrows are irregular with the same facility as where they run even. tfcgAny information regarding these machines will be furnished on application to THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE COMPANY, 307 Fort Street, Honolulu. BROWN ES f t7The Latest Fad. We Have Them in Shoesj THE hi MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO BP m 1 m! FORT STREET, Money-Saving Distributers of Boots. Shoes and Rubbers, Honolulu. H. I. DEESS SILKS! --:- DEESS SILKS ! ! SPECIAL TAFFET A SILKS IN CHECKS AND 9TIIIPE5 FOII FINE LINE Geo ts' Furnishing Goods 413 Fort Street. MERCHANT . TAILORING A Specialty. Notice ia called to our window of UNDERWEAR -AT 75 CENTS PER GARMENT. Great Bargains! CT"Cali and inspect oit stock VANCAMP .lOHASTON & STOREY 413 Fort Street. 3845-tf The Hawaiian Electric Company 5 Cents A YARD AT- N. S. SACHS', 520 Fort Street Honolulu Are now prepared to wire houses either by contract or day labor and to furnish elec tric lamps, chandeliers and fittings of all descriptions and of elegant modern styles at reasonable rates. GIT" The Company is now extending its line to Kapiolani Park, and parties dwelling on the route who are desirous of being connected on the system, will please communi cate with THEO. HOFFMANN, Manager. Hawaiian Electric Co, 1 s I 3 a i!