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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, AUGUST 19, 1899. f f- -4 f I OFFICE FURNITURES!! LARGEST importation of office desks and chairs ever made to these Islands on board the "Fort George," now discharging. The en tire consignment will be placed on sale in our Merchant-street warehouse at San Francisco prices, plus freight, etc. If you are in need of a handsome office fixture of any kind call on us. AGEKTS. Telephone 313. CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd HONOLULU. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS. AGENTS roil The Ewa Plantation Co. The Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd. The Kohala Sugar Co. The Waimea Sugar Mill Co. The Koloa Agricultural Co. The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis. Mo. The Standard Oil Co. The George F. Blake Steam Pumps. Weston's Centrifugals. The New England Mutual Life In surance Co. of Boston. The Aetna Fire Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn. The Alliance Assurance Co., of Bos ton. Castle & Cooke, LIMITED. LIFE and FIRE AGENTS FOR New Enolond Muiooi liieteii OF BOSTON. Etna firg insuronee Gompooi OF HARTFORD. On Aug. 3, In Chicago, Major Taylor made the mile behind a Motor Tan dem in 1.22 i This is the world's record. Taylor rode a 19 pouud Cleveland Rac er with ball and roller bearings. 209 Hotel Street. VIEWS ! MANY CHOICE VIEWS OF THE funeral procession of the Queen Dow ager. Single pictures or complete seta cheap. A few Kauilani -and Kapolani buttons stilJ in stock. LICHTIG, Fotografer, 006 Fort Street. Above Dewey Restaurant. Ii. KONG FKK. MERCHANT , TAILOR 623 Fort St., Opp. Club Stables. FINE SUITS TO ORDER AT REA SONABLE RATES Suits cleaned and faction guaranteed. repaired. SatU- HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. Steam Engines. BOILERS, SUGAR MILLS, COOLERS. BRASS AND LEAD CASTINGS, And machinery of every description made to order, particular attention paid to ship's blacksmithing. Job trork executed on the shortest notice SAILORS' HOME RESTAURANT OPP. NEW FISHMARKET. NOW OPEN. First-class Lunch Booms. Meals at all hours. Single Meals, 25 cents; by the Week, 21 Meals, $4.50. SEAVER LUNCH ROOMS, Fort Street. Opp. Wilder & Co. H. J. NOLTE, Prop. First-Class Lunches Served With Tea, Coffee, Soda Water, Ginger Ale or Mils, upen irom 9 a tti - tr 10 t. m. Smokers' Requlsitles a Specialty, i ii PROCESSION Large importations OF GOODS BY THE PACIFIC UAItDWAKE CO. LIMITED. -A Fresh Supply of the- Hygienic efrigerators The Only Absolutely Perfect Refrigerator Made. BOSTON LONG CARD MATCHES. NAILS OF ALL KINDS. ROSIN, PINE TREE TURPENTINE, PAINTS, LAMP BLACK. COTTON WASTE. CANAL BARROWS. FAIRY STEPL ADDERS. MANILA AND SISAL ROPE. HANDLES, MATTOCKS, PICKS, HOES AND SHOVELS. AXES AND HATCHETS, AXLES, CARRIAGE SPRINGS, GRIND STONES. DISH AND DAIRY PANS, SAUCE PANS. LAWN MOWERS, CHARCOAL IRONS BABBITT'S POTASH. TUBULAR LANTERNS AND GLOBES All the above and more on the "Em- ily F. Whitney" from New York direct. All sorts of goods by other vessels. Fort and Merchant Streets, King and Bethel Streets. a a O The best at the lowest n 5 prtc ,1 HOPP'8. 5 In S Solid Mahogany i a We have just opened n up the most elegant line of Parlor Furniture seen here, g Everything in Solid MahOg- B any. Cabinets i and g Whatnots, That are just the D the articles you havo waited so loDg for to complete the q artistic effect of your parlors. n Chairs AND Tables. Daintv and ele gant, yet withal, strong and serviceable This is no everyday selec tion and ve- anticipate a speed- clearance. D A few nice CHILD'S SWINGS. a b 3 a E3 B E3 Leading Farnitura Dealers, 2 a B a KIMG te BETHEL STB. D SQQBBSSIBBBSQBQS&B ii iiii i LIMITED. PPAflfl'-i 3 CIRCUIT COURT The Government Loses Two Jury Cases. More Appeals From the Lower Courts Another Suit Against J. K. SuiuneJ. In the Circuit Court yestenlay morning the first of the trials before tne loreign jury commence!, that or Leong Tai. charged with the unlawful possession or opium, on appeal :rom the District Court of Honolulu. The following jury was sworn to tiv the case: T. P. Mel in, C. S. Weight. F. T. Waterhouse, Henry Roth, W. It. Sims, A. S. Prescott, A. J. Campbell. Thos. E. Krouse, F. McChesney, T. J King, L. C. Singer and A. F. Cooke Charles F. Chillingworth, Charles J. Faneuf. Andrew Cox, Leong Chin and Leong Chiung were sworn as witnesses for the prosecution. For the defense Leong Tai was the only witness called After being absent just six minutes the jury returned into court with a ver diet of not guilty, two dissenting. The defendant was thereupon discharged. The following jury was impaneled to try the assault and battery charge against Kong Fai, an appeal from the Waianae District Court, viz: A. F Cooke, Jas. Steiner, Thos. E. Krouse, A. Harrison. C. F. Wolfe, A. V. Pe ters, W. P. Johnson, L. C. Singer, T P. Melin, F. W. McChesney, A. J. Campbell and C. S. Weight. The case was submitted to the jury at 4:40 p. m. without argument. In about ten minutes a verdict of not guilty was re turned. In the case of Mary Porter, admin istratrix, against J. K. Sumner et al. full satisfaction of judgment has been entered by Cecil Brown, attorney for plaintiff. The appeal papers in the case of D. G. W. Burgess vs. II. Kolomoku have been sent up from the lower court. This is a case in which the plaintiff su.ed for $50 for professional services and obtained judgment in the Honolu lu District court for $35 and costs, from which judgment the defendant appeals. Deputy Marshal Hitchcock has made return of service of summons in the case of Y. Ah in vs. J. K. Sumner, an action in assumpsit, in which the plain tiff claims the sum of $2,750.42 for money loaned, interest and for serv ices rendered, etc. The case will not be heard until the November term. In the damage suit of Frank Lillis against James Carty. the papers on appeal were filed in the Circuit Court yesterday. Plaintiff sued for $300 dam ages. It appears from the complaint that defendant sold plaintiff one black mare for $225 with an express war ranty that the mare was sound, but on the contrary the mare was not sound and of no use and value to the plain tiff. In addition to the purchase price plaintiff claims reimbursement for the expense of keeping and trying to cure the animal and for veterinary sur geon's fees, etc . Judge Wilcox award ed the plaintiff $275 in the -District Court, from which judgment the pres ent appeal is taken. In the Waialua Agricultural Com pany suit the witness J. B. Atherton concluded his testimony. At the after noon session E. D. Tenney was on the stand and the lawyers were not through -with him when the hour of adjournment arrived. PILES OF DIRT. Distributed Along the Waikiki Koad Recently. Many inquiries have been made as to the object of placing piles of dirt along the fence on the Waikiki road in front of the John Ii property. It is possible the Road Supervisor has some idea of what is to be done with the dirt, but certainly no one else has. The road at this point was widened some two or three months ago by tak ing in a long strip of the John Ii prop erty. The fence was moved back to the new line, and some loads of rock dumped in the low places. No attempt has been made to level this portion of the road and it is now, as it has al ways been since the widening, in a dangerous state for travel, especially at night. Police Court. Robert Palau was fined $13 and costs for "shooting craps." Charles James was fined $15 and costs for gambling, and Lorn a and Kaea $2." and costs for the same of fense. Three Chinese, charged with opium in possession, had their cases contin ued to August 19. -Hoopii was sentenced to one month's imprisonment for vagrancy. Hives are a terrible torment to the little folks, and to some older ones. Doane's Ointment never fails. Instant relief and permanent cure. At any chemist's, 50 cents. MESSENGER SERVICE. Honolulu Messenger Service dlirer messages and packages. Tel. 378- NEW BILL at ORPHEUM THEA TER tonight. A H 1 1 ! i1 i it ' 's qnu OA! ? m CYRUS Hi frit .NOBLE m It. yj mtLSUIilfi.,.. n -H 9.UX. CROWN DISTiLLERiEG COMPANY. FOR Two Weeks Only Great Reduction Sale. CHIYA & CO. (Formerly Alurata & CO ) , HOTEL ST., COR. RUUAflU. ooo Branch Hat Store, Nuuanu St TATE WILLIAM SAVIDGE, 310 Fort Street. McINERNY BLOCK. HONOLULU. L IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Carriages and saddlehorses will meet the arrival and departure of every Ki nau at Kawaihae; also for any other point. SHERIFF ANDREWS OF HAWAII says: "The only way of reaching the present lava flow by wagon road is via Waimea carriages; can go writhin two miles of the flow. For particulars apply to H. AKONA, Proprietor, Waimea, Hawaii. 5287 American ssenger race. Masonic Temple. Corner Hotel and Alakea Streets. Telephone 444. Open All Night. NEW HILL at ORPHEUM THEA TER tonight. 3p;V f iibAL BROKER He n be THL NEW ENGLAND BAKERY and CANDY CO. -oo- Manufacture a 11 line of Bread, American and Gojan. Schwartzbrod nait kumel, milk o.od and twist with mohnsamen. French Splits, Whole Wheat, Graham, Hot Buns, Snails, Jen ny Linds, Also the most complete and extensive line of CAKE in the city. Jelly Rolls, Angel Food, Wine. Cit ron, Walnut, Sponge and Marble Cake. Lady Fingers, Cup Cakes. Almond, Macaroons; all kinds of cookies, fresh every day. WEDDING CAKES from $5 upwards. Delicious highly frozen Ice Cream and Sherbets, any flavor. French Cream BonDons and Choco late Cream Drops our own make packed in elegant boxes from $1.00 up wards. J. OSWALD LUTTED, Manager. New Shipment S1LKG00DS. ALSO 3ra8s : Cloth, : Handkerchiefs, Doylies, : Table : Covers ooo SILK SHIRTS, SILK PAJAMAS, ETC ooo Handsome Carpets for Halls and Stairs ooo JAPANESE RUGS. VERY PRETTY PATTERNS. A largo stock on hand to fseioot from, at prices that will surpris? fOU. ooo 5. OZAK1, ffAYERLEY BLOCK HOTEL STREET IT IS CHEAPER to pay a fair price to have your watch repaired by .... 4H EXPERT WATCHMAKER than to risk having it ruined in order to save a few cents. m. R. COUNTER, Practical Watchmaker 607 Fort St. Gives personal attention to repairing fine and complicated watches. LOWEST PRICES CONSISTENT WITH GOOD WORKHAN5HIP. CITY MILL CO., LTD. QUEEN & KEKAULIKE STREETS. (Ewa Side of Old Fish Market.) 0. Box 951. Tel. 101. Beg to announce that they are now prepared to undertake all branches of the above business. "Work undertaken by the day or by contract; estimates furnished. Uncle Sam Cafe. 512 FORT STREIET. -ooo Open from 5 a. m. to 12 p. m. Excellent menu at all meals. First-class French chef employed. All the delicacies of the season. Ham or Egg Sandwiches with Cof fee, Tea or Milk, 15 cents. OOO LOOK WO SING CO. The Silent Barber Shop Ladies' Boot-Black Stand In rear of shop. JOSEPH FERNANDEZ, Propr Arlington Hotel, Hotel Street. H. MAY & CO. Wholesale .ard Mi mi -:- OS FORT STREET. -:-Telephone 22 : : : P. O. Box 479. EAT con lis s Mi 61 ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT ui o a o -- o X D C 2 a s J. o 2 O "o j. 8 C o o DO f O o a J LANDO, F Fort Street near King, ooo- DEPOT FOR Boss of the Road Overalls and Jumpers. Carpenters', Cooks' and Waiters' Aprons, White, Golf and Stanley Shirts. HOSE, Infancy Lylie and Cotton, Black, Tan and White. Undfrwear, Pajamas, Collars, Ties, Ltc. Men's and Hoys' Clothing. CALL AND GET PRICES. Successor to L. E. TRACY. FIRST CLASS Bicycle Repairing Done at Very Reasonable Figures. GIVE US A TRIAL. CLEVEUHD BICYCLES FOR REST. We have a few second hand wheela which re are selling at cut rate prices. CITY REPAIR SHOP E. Jones. R. Clark. 115 Bethel Street Opposite Waterhouse Grocery Co. 108.KING STREET. G.J.Waller : : Manager. W holesale and Retail AND NAVY CONTRACTORS. Jl II Sugar Factors AND Commission Merchants JUDD BUILDING. CONEY : ESTATE LANDS. A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILD ING LOTS on Nuuanu avenue, at Nio lopa, Nuuanu valley for sale. Appiy to J. M. MONSARRAT, Cartwright Block, Merchant St. 5267 HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MF8. CO., Lid 121 Queen Street. CARRIAGE AND WAGON BUILDERS LutfiiER TIRES AND ROLLER BEARING AXLES. II fj GUIDE TIIROUGH HAWAII. FRICE, 60c. BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. in z OUT TIER i i ALEXANDERS BALDWIN FOR SALE BY ALL NEWSDEALERS.