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THERE'S MAY BE LET OUT ON BAIL, ABOUT THE SMASH SEALERS. fuwii? Xi ran KB Pacific h avdvvaTe Go., VULCAN SAFETY MATCHES The beet in the market odorless. ONLY If They Can Furnish Sureties in the Sum of $10,000. JCIHiE COOPKU BICOOK After Vmlnlf Kudemvorlog to Obtain Fur ther Tl Bnih nd CrKk Flnallr Ple&d Wot On!ltrnd Their Ce Oft Orer tr Net Term-Ball C.rntel. The Circuit Court opened at 1 :30 sharp yesterday afternoon, Judge Cooper presiding. The Oret matter to come up was the bearing of the application of the defendant in the case of Sum ner, by his next friend Maria S. Davi?, vb. Crandell for a bond for coat3. The plaintiff was represent ed by J. A. Magoon and the de fendant by W. R. Castle and Paul Neumann. After hearing argu ment from both eides Judge Cooper decided that the affidavit on which the motion was based was defect ive and denied the motion. The defense were allowed until 10 a. m. today to file a new motion and affi davit. John E. Bu3h and Joseph Nawahi, indicted for conspiracy, were then called upon to plead. In the ab sence of the Attorney-General, Deputy-Marshal Brown represented the Government. V. R. Castle ap peared for the defense. After vainly endeavoring to secure a con tinuance for the term without pleading, the defendants pleaded not guilty and the case was con tinued for the term. The Court granted an application for bail and fixed the amount at $10,000 in each case. Bonds were prepared soon afterwards and presented to Judge Cooper for his approval, but this was refused until after the Court had conferred with the Attorney-General. The bonds will probably be fixed up during this morning and the parties set at lib erty. The same order has been made in Crick's case, but so far no bond has been prepared. In the case of the Republic vs. O'Brien, on appeal from a convic tion of assault and battery in the lower court, where defendant was fined $30, a nolle pros, was en tered. George Maline. who id charged with perjury, was released from custody 3'esterday afternoon, Judge Couper having approved his bond in the sum of $500. The Court also approved the bond of John Hapa in the same amount, and he is now at liberty. The case of E. K. Nahaolelua et al. vs. Kaaahu et al. was then taken up. This is an action for the par tition of a piece of property in the neighborhood of Kaumakapili church valued at three or four thousand dollars. The case was partly heard and then postponed until Mcnday morning, to allow the plaiutiff limn to file a replica tion to answer. W C. Achi for the plaintiff, and A. S. Hartwell for the defence. The Court then adjourned till 10 o'clock this morning. r. V. C. T. U. Medina. The regular monthly meeting of the WW. C. T. U. was" held in the parlors cf the Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon, Mrs. Jordan presiding. The main business of the after noon was tho consideration of what is known as a Demorest contest. It was decided that Mr. Whitney, the elocutionist, should be asked to drill the six contestants who are to take part. Each person will de liver a discourse on temperance, and the one receiving the highest number of points from the judges will receive a silver medal in token of such success. In September the Y's will give a dramatic and musical entertain ment for the purpore of raising money. The Flower Mission will join hands with the Y's and help along in the good cause. Javanese Cigarettes. Put up in handsome and con venient boxes, nicely labeled, Japanese cigarettes have made their appearance in this market. There are ten in each box with an equal number of holders, and the quality of the tobacco compares favorably with the American brands. These cigarettes are sold tbroughout Japan for ono cent a box in Amriion money, or a little less than two cents in Japanese coin. Each - bears a government revenue stamp has while labor against competition into vuis i Their Language Is Decidedly A Mixed One. THKV AHK HAVISO A iOOI TIMK- But Are Alonlihel to rind fo Seal Here They !! Jf Ide of Their TVhereabonU, But Snppoied They XSrr on the l'ul Hfailnt Ground. Mention was made in yesterday's Advertiser of the sealing schooner Mascot and her crew of Masset In dians. The general demand to know something about the latter led to a visit of a representative of this paper aboard that ship yesterday, together with a gentle man thoroughly conversant with the Chinook language, which is spoken by the crew. The Chinooks are a family of Indian tribes on the northwest coast of North America. They for merly inhabited both banks of the Columbia River, from its mouth to the Great Dalles, and were broken up into nuoderous bands. The language varied as the tribes en tered further into the interior. In all its dialects it is very compli cated and difficult to pronounce. This led to the composition of the Chinook jargon, used by the trad ers, containing some Chinook words with terms from the French, Eng lish and many Indian languages, all corrupted into a new form. This jargon is used very extensively in the region of Puget Sound, and is acquired by many of the whites a3 well as the Indians. Seeking to obtain a few opinions from the crew of the Mascot, a con versation was entered into. The first question put was, "How do you feel so far away from home?" The answer was, "Nika delate sick tumtum pa nika illahi," meaning, literally, 'I have very sick thoughts for my own native land." When a?ked about the trip from Queen Charlotte Ibland, the an swer came, "Hyu wind, hyu chwk, halo skin," or "Lots of wind and high seas, but no seal skins." When asked what kind of a time they were having here, the Teply came. "Ilyu whiskey, halo plitzh man," or "Plenty of whiskey, but no policemen." It will be remem bered in this connection that the i Indians are not allowed to drink in saloons along the Sound. The question as to what the the Indians thought of the nativep, received the answer, "Halo cumtux ywa Si wash," or "I do not understand the Indians of thi3 place." The Indians are in charge of a great big fellow who is called the tyee" and who manages the busi ness for the crowd. Whenever there is any dispute between the captain and any of the men, the 4 tyee is made the committee on arbitration. When the Indians set out to rescue the three Japanese fishermen on Tuesday night the "tyee" fell down the hatch and hurt his back quite badly. It will be remembered by many, that the best Indian canoes made for the Smithsonian Institute were Ihose of the Masset Indians to which tribe the crew of the Mascot belong. In sealing these Indian hunters prefer their own boats to any made bv white men and can do better work in them. Changes at the Hawaiian Hotel, Mr. J. P. P. Collaco, who has been connected with the Hawaiian Hotel for over two years, has re signed hi3 position there to take charge of his own business, the Dai rwppon. Mr. Collaco has made many friends during his stay at the hotel by his courteous man ners and many obliging ways, and will undoubtedly be missed. Mr. D. II. Lewis, who has been former ly connected with the hotel, suc ceeds Mr. Collaco. Washington Place. The premises known as Washing ton Place, formerly occupied by Mrs. Dominis, will be turned over by the Government today to her agent, Cha3. B. Wilson. It is re ported that Commissioner Hawes is very anxious to rent the property for the headquarters of the British Legation. Found. A HAT PIS. OWNER C IX HAVE V Bame b? rrovrn j roptrty. Apply at (jA.zkTTi Office. hl 3 3931-31 ONE Profit made by US as we buy direct from the maker, where by we save YOU the middle man's profit. If you have been told otherwise, call and be convinced. Oar special announcement to you is that by the Gaelic we have received a fine assort ment of Dress Goods, Gents' Furnishing?, Neckwear and Japanese Jewely consisting of Scarf Pins in new and unique designs for both ladies and gents. To the Ladies. Wo invite you to call and see oui new importation of 1 YARD WIDE SILK DRESS GOODS at 30c. They are beauties, and you will fall in love with them at sight. L FUJJUYA, sob Block. Betel Street. 3653-y PAPA'S PAIS Are too Large for me -:- But they fit papa the nicest of any that he has had made in HONOLULU. If you don't know where the place is, ak the policeman on the corner to ehow you 413 Fort Street. While ordering a euit, you can also be fitted out in all classes and grades of Ml I Don't Forget the lumber Johnston & Storey, MORE IN THE uisn i N. F. BURGESS Is atfiin Prepared to repair Garden Hose, sprinklers, Water Taps, 8a w Fil ing and all kinds of Tools sharpened in cluding Carving Knives and Scissors Lawu Mower a epecialty ; also betting Glas. in fact all kinds of jobbing. Work called for and returned. Ring np 159 Mutual Telephone any time before 0 o'clock a.m. 3S34-6m " nnvm uEiLMo L J 111 11KJLI 111 U LIMITED, IMP0ETERS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE -ANI GENERAL Merchandise Plantation BupplieN, Steel PIowb, made expressly for Island Work with extra Parte. OANE KNIVES. Agricoltaral Implements ! CAKl'KNTKKV, KLACK9MITUS AND MACHINISTS' T00IS Painters Supplies, Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals, Wilcox & Gibbs' Sewing Machines LUBRICATING OILS, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. CASTLE & COOKE Jd IMPOKTKK8, Hardware id General Merchandise Pfl New lot of Crepe and Plain Tissue Paper. Latest designs in Pic ture Mouldings. Lots of other Goods, new and novel, just received. KHNTG5- 3857-ly HOTEL 8TRFET. ( 1 1 1 DRESSED TO KILL! lie is, no doubt. The result shows it. The damsel prefers the better dressed man is icn result is a matter of course when the suit is made in our well known faultless style Poor tailoring spoils the best cloth. With us both material and tailoring are above criticisno. And we are now mak'ng Suit?, Overcoats and Pants at a t.iir reduction. &6ee our Pants for $5. xMEDKIROS & CO., Hotel ptreet, opposite Kintr Bros. Wanted To Purchase. A FILE OF THE HOLOMUA, -fV (EnslisM for the year 1894. At.nlv at Advirtukr office. 3916-tf WAR OTOS BRO I 1 I !' .TV WAR -:- PHOTOGRAPHS ! Framed at 1.25 each ami Upward. Rubber Garden Hose; TVIecii anics Tocli, a specialty; Heady Mixd Paints; Paint in Oil; Dry Paints; "Varnishe; Paint OtLn; 1 lncol and. Linseed., Paint Brashes, Elasting Towder, Giant Powder, Caps' and Fuse, HEADQUARTERS FOR CARB0LLNEUM AVEINAKIUS ! ( REGISTERED.) Wood Preserving Oil. Endorsed by the Preta, Scientists and leading -Architects throughout the World. Preserves all wcod above or ondergrn md, in fiesh or salt water. Prevents dampness in walls and renders brickwork waterproof. Destroys vermin, insects, houee fnngas, dihinfects premises. CARRIAGE WHIPS a new invoi-. Agents for the celebrated VACUUM I L, Pacific Hardware Fort Street. BEES WON'T STING The man who is smeared with honey . Cod Liver Oil can't offend the taste when it is disguised in Wild Cherry. You only get the good then, the vim, the flesh. AsVt for W All POLE'S TASTE LESS PREPARATION. EJLF 'F 'or tale by the B0LL1STER DRUG COMPANY, 523 Fort Street. J. PtLOT5 & oo., FURNITURE JUST RECEIVED ! ft 4v7"-i 4 -1. ',". ' ( rsrynr" xI . . i T ' -l" .. r . ' X 3 r 1 t,: "-'i!i,'j ATTENTION A Special Christmas .Sale, commencing MONDAY, December 17. We will everything regardless of cost for 8 days only. ttrCome and inspect our stock of Holiday Goods ; the LOWEST and BEST, YOKOHAMA BAZAAR, MURATA & CO., LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK RICHARD A. Mc CURDY Assets December 31stf 1893 : $186,707,680.14 o A Good Record, the Best Guarantee for the Future. o E7FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO S. B. ROSE, General Agent for Hawaiian Islands Company, Limited, TTnn r 1 ri 1 vi A COMPLETE STOCK OF BEDROOM SUITS -A.T IjO"W PRICES; Wicker Ware, RugsanB Portiersof all sizea, Sliavin Stands, Card Tables. AND ROCKERS Ic Oak or Cherry,and other good3 too numerous to mention. Repairing of all kinds prompt ly attended to. Furniture packed for the other i lands. Special care given to Piano moving. 74 KING 8TKKET. CORNER NTJTJATCJ -A2TD- HOTEL STREETS. Proprietors, President.