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TflE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLtTLU SEPTEMBER 9
1896.
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DNLAwFOLLi
ON
OTHERS" PHOPEHTV.
Nature of Charges Made Against
Thompon, Price and Burns.
CIRCUS FOUND NOT GUILTY.
No Bombast, No Misrepresentation,
No Side Shows, No Gifts-Excj Ugj veJy Shoes!
But Good Shoes at the fairest of prices is what we depend upon to make our
business grow. We advertise to tell you what we are doing, and to let you know
what we are offering from time to time, but we bank on the vaiues we give to make
business and to keep it. NOTHING BUT SHOES!
Decision in Jack's Case Reserved Judge de la
Vergne to View Carter Premises 6y Night.
Defendant Says He Wasn't There-Price
and Burns Guilty of Assault and Battery.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Company.
FORT STREET.
Tobacco,
Cigars,
Pipes and
Smokers'
Articles.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HOLLISTER & CO.
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
Import direct from the principal factories of the World.
h. h. williams Budweiser
THE PIONEER
DEALER,
UNDERTAKER -EMBALMER
Of Honolulu.
Beer!
We have JUST RECEIVED
ex bark Albert, from San Fran
cisco, a new consignment of the
CELEBRATED
-:- MANAGER OF THE -:-
If
ill
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CORNER OF
FORT AND BERET AN I A STS.
TELEPHONES: Office, 846; Residence
and night call, 849.
FINE SILKS
RATTAN CHAIRS,
PORCELAIN. MATTINGS, -:-
-:- MANILA CIGARS.
Japan and China Teas
ALL KINDS OF PROVISIONS,
Embroideries and Curiosities
in - in
Budwefser Beer.
HACKFELD&CO
4.91-luj
Sole Agents.
New Goods !
(EX M1IKE MARU)
J
OK
Sis. G
Wing Wo Chan & Co.
210-212 Nuuanu Street
JOHNNY,
Get Your Hair Cut!
Jack Thompson was arraigned be
fore the District Magistrate yesterday
morning on the charge of being found
at night without lawful excuse in the
enclosed yard of another, to wit, the
premises ot Mrs. J. L. carter. De
fendant plead not guilty.
.urs. carter sworn statea L,ive at
the corner of Fort and Beretania
streets. Between 12 and 1 o'clock Fri
day night, August 12th, saw defendant
climb the fence and come opposite the
parlor window. Was watching for
some one who had been stealing
bread; called my husband and defend
ant ran. Am positive it was Thomp
son for I saw his face as he climbed
through the fence. He has no right to
be on my premises.
Cross-examined Had been watch
ing at the parlor window for over a
week. Defendant ran when my bus
band opened the shutter. Was going
to shoot but my husband interfered
Defendant ran toward the Popular
House.
J. L. Carter gave substantially the
same testimony as that of his wife and
in cross-examination stated that he re
cognized Thompson perfectly at the
gate. He ran up Fort street and
turned in when he got to a place that
witness judged was the Popular House
Prosecution then rested and Jack
Thompson gave his story as follows
I was not on the Carter premises on
the night of August 12th. Don't re
member where I was or with whom I
was. Am living at the Popular House
Was convicted once for driving a hack
without a license. Don't remember
any other conviction.
Defense rested and now all that re
mains to be done in the case is to
have Judge De La Vergne visit the
Carter premises by night, and look
out of the parlor window while the
electric lights are burning in the
streets. After that he will give his
decision in the case.
Next on the list was the case of J.
W. Price and W. J. Burns charged
with being found at night without
lawful excuse in the premises of Mrs.
J. Sullivan.
L. E. Frost, sworn, stated Am liv
ing at the Hawaiian hotel. Was at
Mrs. Sullivan's at the beginning of
the month. Had one room in the cot
tage at the rear. On the evening of
September 1st at about 11 o'clock heard
defendants come into cottage. I was
asleep when the door opened. Asked
them what they wanted. They follow
ed me when I went out. Price must
have gone through my room. They
had no right there.
Cross-examined Was in bed asleep.
Burns had a watch in his hand. He
struck at me. I was not intoxicated.
G. Hughes sworn, stated Live on
Sullivan premises. It was after 10
o'clock on the night of September 1st.
The defendants came into my room
after Frost did. Something was said.
Do not recall what. There was a bit
of a shuffle between Price and Frost.
Some blows were struck. Price struck
first. Burns was only looking on. I
tried to stop them the best I knew
how. Frost did not make any de
fense. H. Carl, sworn, stated The defend
ants were hitting at Frost who was
lying on the bed.
A nolle prosequi was entered and
defendants discharged.
Immediately after this a charge of
assault and battery was served on
Price and Burns. To this both de
fendants plead guilty and were sen
tenced to pay a fine of $20 and costs
each.
when Trilby has become thorough iv
at home as one of the houshold of
the three artist friends and has won a
loving place in the heart of each.
In the second act high carnival pre
vails in the studio over the joint occa
sions of Christmas eve and announce
ment of the engagement of Trilby and
Little Billee. In the next act, and
supposedly after a lapse of five years,
the principal characters meet in the
foyer of a music hall where a new
singer's appearance is announced. The
singer proves to be Trilby, but under
the mesmeric influence of Svengali, she
fails to recognize her quondam friends.
In the last act she lapses into an ap
parent hypnotic condition and, gazing
at a picture of Svengali, so dies.
It's Really So!
JPP --ML MiMttAiiMaiMMMfttfHB
PINAHOL'S BOOM.
in
ft.
A CLIP from our CLIPPERS
ECLIPSES all other CLIPS.
SOMETHING NEW ADDED IN ALL
LINES
AT
DRAMATIC SUCCESS.
IWAKAMI'S
Criterion Barber Shop. Rolnson Block' Hotel strwt-
PACHECO & FERNANDEZ, The Daily Advertiser, 75 cents
Proprietors, a month. Delivered by carrier.
Play Teeming With Action and
Dramatic Effect.
The performance of "Trilby," to be
given next week by Palmer's com
pany, promises to be a dramatic event
in Honolulu. The reserved seat sale
commences tomorrow morning at
Hobron's. The sale promises to be a
large one.
In dramatizing Du Maimer's great
novel Paul M. Potter, instead of losing
any of the interest or intrinsic value
of the work, has added largely to the
potent features of the novel. The ac
tion opens in the studio of the "three
musketeers of the brush" at a time
Increased Attendance and Every
Prospect of Success this Year.
The present school year has brought
in a rich harvest for Punahou College
in the shape of a very much increased
attendance. The preparatory depart
ment has 120 and the collegiate TO with
a promise of quite a number more
ine Doaraing department contains
more boys than there were boys and
girls put together last year. Every
thing seems to point toward a most
prosperous year.
Among the new teachers is Mis
r rencn wno orings wide experience
and high ability to her department.
She will open classes to the public ir.
oils, water colors, China painting, etc
J. L. Howard, of the Stockton Busi
ness College, will have charge of the
business department.
W. H. Babbitt will have charge of the
Latin department and will enthuse the
boys and girls too for that matter with
the athletic spirit.
"I've tried them all, and nme of them equal
riclnerny s Shoes.
I Ve had the experience: There's no doubt
ing it. Don't hesitate: A trial will convince
you. These shoes are right in it, and are
going to stay there. I 'm one of their cus
tomers, and know what I 'm talking about.
EXPERIENCE."
In September Atlantic.
One of the most striking figures at
the Harvard University commence
ment last June was Booker T. Wash
ington, the negro president of Tuske
gee Institute. The University con
ferred upon him at that time the de
gree of A. M. and by honoring him
honored itself. He has developed at
Tuskegee, Allabama, an institution
which is a more powerful agency for
the elevation of the negro race than
almost all other agencies together. The
true, true in economies and socially
true, method of quickening and ele
vating not only the negro but the whole
South he explains in a noteworthy
article in the Atlantic Monthly for
September.
In a recent letter to the manufactur
ers Mr. W. F. Benjamin, editor of the
Spectator, Rushford. N. Y., says: "It
may be a pleasure to you to know the
high esteem in which Chamberlain's
medicines are held by the people of
your own state, where they must be
best known. An aunt of mine, who re
sides at Dexter, Iowa, was about to
visit me a few years since, and before
leaving home wrote me, asking if they
were sold here, stating if they were not
she would bring a quantity with her.
as she did not like to be without them."
The medicines referred to are Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy, famous for
its cures of colds and croup: Chamber
lain's Pain Balm for rheumatism, lame
back, pains in the side and chest, and
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy for bowel complaints.
These medicines have been in constant
use in Iowa for almost a quarter of a
century. The people have learned that
they are articles of great worth and
merit, and unequaled by any other.
They are for sale here by all druggists
and dealers. Benson. Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
The PASTEUR FILTER
STANDS ALONE IN THE VORLD
AS A GERM-PPOOF FILTER.
"The very best filter yet devised can
not rid the water of all micro-organism,
with the sole exception of the PAS
TEUR FILTER."
From report prepared for the Par
is mentarv Bills Committee ot tne
British Medical Association, of Eng-
and, in the "British Medical Journal,
July 6th, 1895.
"In a reDort just issued, Lrenerai
Zurlinden, the French Minister of War,
reviews the progress made in the army
ince 1886, in point of prophylactic
measures. The most striKing resuns
are still as they were in Mr. de Frey
cinet's reports from 1889 to 1892, those
relatinc to tvphoid fever. In 1886 the
number of cases of this disease was
771, being over 14 per 1,000; m 1894
it was 3.060. being under b per l.uuu; a
reduction obtained by an almost pro
gressive decrease in each year. This
result is shown by a aetanea examina
tion of the circumstances or those
stations where the reduction has oc
curred to have invariably followed on
the purification of the drinking water
supplies. The report instances twenty
nine of the garrisons most subject in
earlier vears of typhoid lever, in each
of which the -introduction of an un
contaminated water supply has been
followed by the disappearance of the
disease, except in isolated cases, the
majority of which were shown to have
been contracted outside the barracks.
In those cases where a new water sup
ply has been provided, and the water
was drunk VNFILTERED, epidemic
followed from time to time on the conta
mination of the source, and disappeared
on the application of PASTEUR FIL
TERS. The Pasteur-Cbamberland Filter Co.
J. A. HOPPER,
AGENT.
We Arc Now U
CANE KNIFE
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Made to Remedy the Defects of Those Formerly Used Here.
EX "AUSTRALIA." AN INVOICE OF THE FAVORITE
Revere Garden Hose
Scissors, Shears, Hair Clippers,
Packing of All Kinds, Feather Dusters,
Brushes in Great Variety, Shelf Hardware,
And Another Consignment of
"SECRETARY" PLOWS.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY, Ltd.
ROBERT CATTON
ENGINEER.
Importer of Sugar Machinery
Steam Ploughs, Rails and Rolling Stock,
Cast and Wrought Iron Piping,
Coffee and Rice Machinery.
Disintegrators, "Victoria" Cream Separators.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE - - - Queen Street, Honolulu.
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL,
PETER HIGH & CO., Proprietor!
OFFICE AND MILL,
Alakea an6 Richards Streets, near Queen, Honolulu, H. I
-: MOULDINGS
Ml
1
lis.
TURNED AND SAWED
Prompt attmttaa to ati orders.
WORK
TELEPHONE :
The Daily "Advertiser."
75 Cents a Month.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KINQ STREETS
Importers and Dealers in
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
New and Fresh Goods received by every packet fnm .nf nrm t.
European Marfcets. .
Standard Grades of Canned Vegetables, Fruits and Fisn.
Goods delivered to any part of the city. Satisfaction
Island trade solicited.
P. O. BOX 145.
TELEPHONE NO. 9
(g" F P S Ir IPfa E
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