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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 15, 1901.
You can do It Now
is transmitting mes
sages to all the islands
of the group except
MfNinua RATE IS $2.
Honolulu Office, Campbell Bik
TELEPHONE MAIN 131.
Mafoenger will call for your mes
sage if desired
SAW FRANCISCO. HONOLULU.
ii - a
M. S. Grinbaam & Go.
toportefs and Ccrnmissioo Merchant
SOLE AGENTS FOR
BLANCHE BATES 5c
UTIffH AMERICAN ASSURANCE
OMFANY. of Toronto. Ontario.
psciat attention given to consign-
et Coffee and Rice.
taiis series of twelve neatly
k-eaas views ef Hawaiian scenery and
Jeets. All mounted on gray paper.
in soek form. Each book a gem.
Jsst be tiling te send East.
Is publish and have for sale, the
Mwallan Panel Calendars for 1902.
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Fart Street, Photographer.
Castle & Cooke
NRW ENGLAND MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE CO
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE 00.
mi? hawkins bas prepared a
Most attractive calendar for j
wmv. in uic ;n ui luur lllglliy ttl -
tftstlc studies of Hawaiian, Japumt
and Chinese children in a decorated
The whole to be Incased In heavy
pester board, bound with red tape
and sealed with Hawaiian coat of
As there will necessarily be a
lited number of these made up.
utomers are advised to leave their
srders early, at
KING BROS. Art Store and
lia Hotel Street Ptl'JtO StudlO.
Belling Price $1-50 each.
Will Make Tour Clothes
Look Like New,
EF TOU TAKE THEM TO THE
Eagle Cleaning and Dyeing Works.
Fort St.. opposle Star Block.
leading Business College In the
rest (etab. 40 years), eenu ior u
catalogue. 34 Post str-et, S.v rran-
This is the new
color of our
Whether you admire It or not,
does not interest us.
We are pleased that you no
That is what it is there for.
Do you realize that another
year has rolled around, and
that Christmas is almost here
We are going
can to make it
to do all
You may feel poor, from the
fact that your income has been
somewhat reduced, owing to the
non-receipt of your sugar divi
dends. nowever, you win make your
ami holiday gifts, and per
haps a few more, than you did ,
No doubt you will be more
judicious in your selections, but
your friends and yourself will
enjoy Christmas just as much
Our stock of goods is arriylng
daily, and the assortment will
be better than ever.
We are making some changes
in the arrangement of our store,
which will interest you, and the
many novel articles that will
be displayed, will surprise you.
We will announce. In a few
days, when we will be ready for
your inspection, and ask you to
keep watch of our announce
Wholesale and Retail
CROCKERY, GLASS AND
63-65-57 King St.
No More Dread
CFTHl Dental Chair
Will be given to anyone whs detect?
inferior material used by the New
York Dental Parlors. Ia all our gold
crowns and bridgewcrk we use 22-K.
gold. In all our other work the ma
terial ifl OF THE BEST. AND GUAR
ANTEED. All work done by GRAD
UATED DENTISTS of from 12 to 26
years' experience, and each department
In charge of a specialist. Give, us a
call, and you will find us to do exactly
as we advertise. We tell you In ad
vance exactly what your work will
cost by a FREE EXAMINATION.
SET TEETH I5.W
GOLD CROWNS 6. 00
GOLD FILLINGS .
Our name alone will be a
. that your work will be of the best.
New York Denial Parlors
Room 4 Elite Building.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Oaii r Ick &
Icfl IVr've-fi t- anv nart nf the '
ice ienve.eu to anv pari oi ine
Island orders promptly filied.
Hoffman & Mark bam.
Telephone Blue 3151. P. O. Box 00
BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS
H. J. NOLTE. Proprietor.
Fort Street. Opposite Wilder & Co.
FIR.T-CLAS8 LUNCH E8 SERVED,
With Tea. Coffee. Soda Water.
Ginger Ale or Milk.
Oper. from 7 a. m. to 10 p. m.
mok-rs" Requisites a Specialty.
Hss made arrangements
F. 8:iow A Co.. the well known
DYERS AND CLEANERS
of 8an Francisco, to set as tbelr agent
for these Islands. All orders will be
promptly attended to b telephoning
621 Blue, the Gedge Cottag. Richards
tret nsr Hawaiian Hotel. hWSl
J. IT. TdWVSK.M),
Pen rj! tirectcr and rmba!m?r.
Office open Hay anil SI - lit
San A:.:. ni ;:uiM;r- Vinryur 1 St-pet.
Kiki Doesn't Know
Whether He Did
BOY FINED A CENT
Chinese Who Sto'e Chickens Gets
Four Months Sentence
A novel plea was set up by the de
fense In the case of Kiki, charged with
manslaughter in the first degree. There
was no specific denial of the crime by
the defendant when he was placed on
the stand yesterday simply a statement
that he did not know whether he was
guilty or not that he was unconscious
drunk, at the time Bombay was as
saulted, and consequently he was not
responsible far the crime. The defense
appeared to be effective though, from
the length of time it is requiring the
jury to decide upon the guilt or in
nocence of the man.
The defendant was the only witness
of yesterday morning. He tes:ificd thac
he was employed on the Lehua, and on
the day of the murder returned from
Molokai with cattle. After the ship
was discharged he bought a bottle of
gin, and drank it with the assistance
of a friend. He went home at about
nine o'clock and upon the invitation of
the friend started to get something to
eat. The fresh air made him dizzy, and
he became unconscious. He knew noth
ing further until the next morning
when he awakened in a cell at the
"Do you remember having a fight
that night?" asked his attorney, Mr.
"No, air "
"Do you remember Mr. Chillingworth
asking you any questions?"
"I know nothing of what happened.
and heard nothing until the next morn
Did you know this man Bombay?"
'I never knew him, had never seen
him, nor did I see his dead body."
That ended the examination of the
witness and Mr. Duuthltt did not avail
hi ir self of the privilege of cross-examination.
The jury was Instructed after bri.f
arguments, and retired shortly befoic
After lunch the jury came Into the
court room and aaked that they be al
lowed to Tislt the ef!l at the Police
Station where the crime was commit
ted. The court refused to allow this
j holding that the evidence was closed,
! and the verdict must be based upon the
j testimony already before the jury.
At five o'clock no agreement having
j been reached, the baiiifls were Instruct
ed to take the jury to dinner and re
turn with them to the court house. If
no verdict had been agreed upon be
fore ten o'clock the jury was to be
given quarters at the Hawaiian Hotel
for the night.
A FINE OF ONE CENT.
Probably the smallest line ever imposed
In the local court was the one cent which
Anione Baraboze paid yesterday upon
the order of Judge Humphreys. The de
fendant is a boy of fourteen, a Portu
guese, and he pleaded guilty . to the
charge of malk-iuiis injury. It seems that
the hoy became Involved in a petty fam
ily quarrel, and out of revenge, rede
auav with the horse of a relative. Seve-
da Eugene Lucca. Lucca was vt.ry angry
1 at the time, and had Baraboze arretted,
but after thinking the matter over, the
! grand jury having indicted his young rel
' ative, he changed his mind and was will
I ins to drop the prosecution. In present
ing the case Deputy Att-jtney General!
Uouthitt aked that the sentence be sus
pended. Judge Humphreys was unwill
ing to have the sentence hanging over
the boy, and imposed a tine of one cent,
rt-inittim? the costs. J. M. Vivas, the
'attorney for the defendant, furnished the
! penny, which the boy promptly paid to
! rk 'Kellett.
! FOUR MONTHS FOR STEALING
Ah Wal. a Chinese, accused of stealing
fifteen pullets from a Japanese, was
ftund u,,ty by a Jury u,on lne
Dl,uot to Dis gu it or innocence. The
I Jury which heard the case was composed
!as follows: H. C. Blckerton, Ja ob Ean-
do, Ruby A. Dexter. John A. Noble, H.
S. Levy. John M . Davis. Chailes E. Lake,
Jos. Richards, J. W. Smithies, Arthur K.
i Jones, Harry S. Swlnton and Guy J-.-V-
Ingstone. There was some dtnicuny in
getting a Jury room and the matter was
finally settled by sending the Jury to
Judge Humphreys' chambers. Sentence
of four months in prison was imposed
upon the defendant. He must also pay
the costs, taxed at $18.50.
A nolle prosequi was entered yesterday
in trio case of Olivtr Kane, charged with
heedless driving. The defendant Is a
tram driver and was sentenced to pay a
fine of $25 by Judge Wilcox.
Emalla Leahlu. a native woman, charg
ed with the Illegal sale of liquor, entered
a plea of guilty, and sentence was sus
pended until the February term.
Jury has been waived In the buU of
Ah Hlng vs. Ah On.
An Itemized account has been filed in
the suit of J. J. Byrne vs. Orpheum Co.
Straightening Fort Street.
Negotiations are pending for the alter
ation of the building occupied by Jordan
Co., on Fort street, above the new
M.Intyre building, by which the front
mtO be set back to accord with th gen-
r. l street line on the Waiklkl s'de of
1 rt street. Nothing will be done to
ward altering the frontage until after
the Chr'stmas holidays, but it Is under-r-t
'od that an agreement will soon be
rc.ichej between the government an.l the
owners, by which the altering will be
commenced the first of the coming year.
When this building Is set back, the en
tire block will be uniform. There are
one or two brick buildings on Fort street
opposite the Mclntyre building which
make an uncomfortable Jog In the street.
With these set back to the surveyed
alignment. Fort street will be practical
ly straightened out from Hotel street
to the waterfront.
Old Clothes Put to Good Use.
A request has come from the Leper
Settlement at Molokal for second-hand
clothing, shoes, etc., for the men,
women and children. Any one having
wearing apparel they have no further
use for, the same will be very accepta
ble, and on sending it to E. O. Hall &
Son. it will be forwarded to the Set
tlement at once.
Mrs. De Fries Wants Proofs.
Editor Advertiser: While I do not
consider them as my equals I want to
say to those who misrepresent me
that the Advertiser's staff are not re
sponsible for any articles, genealogies
or mistakes placed in their hands to be
published by the undersigned. If Mrs- '
Robert Wilcox and her kahus, who are
participants in her ignorant dealings,
wish to go into warfare with coons, as
Bite calls the missionary children, well j
and good. What I should say to her is, j
if you are a chipf set your genealogy j
out in full of aH "laims. No genealogy, i
no chief, is an old saying amongst the
noted Hawaiians of old.
EMMA ALEXANDRIA KALANIKAU
Noted for delicacy of flavor, and soft
and mellow. Spruance, Stanley & Co's
HR. JAMES NEILL and NEILL
Direct from twenty weeks of unparal
leled triumphs in San Francisco.
Nov. 15 The Csse of Rebellious
Henry Arthur Jones' Greatest Play.
Nov 16 Ur.der Two Flags,
As presented three months at the
Garden Theater, New York. A dra
matisation of Ouida's novel.
Nov. 10 n Idea' Hu8lsn,
Oscar Wilde's Greatest Play.
- Nancy & Co.,
Daly's Famous Comedy.
Nov 22 The Jilt,
Dion JSuucicault's Remarkable Racing
N.'V. 2S The Koyal Box,
Charles Coghlan's Romantic Master
piece. LAVISH sCKMC MOUNTINGS
years of age
Seats sow on sale
All performance begin at 8 o'clock.
PdOENIX INSURANCE CO.
Cash Aescis, $5,523,649.70
Losses Paid, $4 5,000,000.00
WATERHOUSE & TODMORE
Corner King and Bethel Streets.
P. O Box 1 46.
City oi Paris Dn Goods Co
outaeaat cor. 0a.ry end Stockton 9H.,
Orders by Mail Promptly T'Mvered.
WM. G IRWIN & CC LTD.
' Wm. O. trwln . . President and Managi
Claus Spreckels First Vice President
jW. M. Glffard... Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney, Jr.. .Treasurer and Sec.
George W. Ross Auditor
AGENTS FOR THE
Oceanic Steamship Company
Of Ssu Krandseo. Cal.
Y. WO SNG & CO.
Groceries and Fruit
Choice Island Butter and Coffee.
Phone Main 23S. Club Stables Build
ing. Fort Street. Goods delivered to
any part of the city.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
JA8. H. LOVE. Manager.
Offlee. 14T King Street
CHEONG LEE & CO.,
'mporters and Fxoorters
And dealers In Jewelry. Fancy Goods,
Furniture. Curios, Cutlery, Blackwood,
Electro Plated and Glass Wares, Etc.
8 Queen's Road. Central. Honekong.
Fresh California Fruit
TEACHES. AVRTrnr APPLES ANT
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
Phone 148. Alakee and King St
OP HAWAII. LTD.
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier W. Q. Cooper
Principal Office: Fort, near Merchant
Conflocts a G-ensral Bantina: Bqsidbss
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate of 44 per cent per annum.
Rules and regulations of savings de
partment furnished upon application.
s Is Yuur Properly s
S INSURED? I
Jf not, w3 are prepared to 5
write a policy for you. ju
Agents for the
ill wsm U.
Tel. Mala 114.
MS Fort St.
Hawaii Land C
Capital, paid up
...Prestdect and Manager
W. 2. As!
M. K. Nakalsa Vies President
J. Makaisai Treasurer
Enoch Jwhason Secretary
C. J. Holt Auditor
BOARD OF DIRHCTOR8.
Jonah Kumalae, 8. M. Kanakmul,
J. M. Kea.
The above Company win buy. lease,
or sell lands In all parts of the Ha
waiian Islands, and also bas houses In
the city of Honolulu for rent.
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander. Second Vice President
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
George R. Carter Auditor
Hawaiian Commercial A Sugar Co.,
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Kihel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kahulul Railroad Company, and
A. & B. Line,
Emily F. Whitney.
W. B. Flint.
CASILE & COOKE CO., Ld.
The Ewa Plantation Company.
The Waialua Agricultural Co.. Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Company.
The Waimea Sugar Mill Company.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Company.
The George F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Mutual Life Insur
ance Company, of Boston.
The Aetna Fire Insurance Company, sf
The Alliance Assurance Company, of
ESTABLISHED IN 18SS.
BISHOP & CO.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Commercial and Travelers' Letter
of Credit Issur-d. available In all the
Prlrclpnl Cities of the World.
INTEREST allowed after July L
on fixed deposits: 7 days' notice. 2 pr
cent (this form will not bear Interest
unless It remains undisturbed for one
months x months. 3 Dtr cent; f
months.' 3 per cent; 13 moDths. 4 per
cent, - -
fill I Ml
Incorporated under the Laws
Territory of Hawaii.
Reserve , . .
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Charles M. Cooke..!.' President
P. C. Jones Vice President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
F. C. Atherton Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouse. Tom May. F. W.
Macfarlane, E. D. Tenney, J. A. Mc
Candless. Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts. Individuals, and win
promptly and carefully attend to all
business connected with banking en
trusted to it. Sell and Purchase For
eign Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Deposits received
and Interest allowed In accordance
with rules and conditions printed In
passbooks, copies of which may be
had on application.
Judd Building, Fort Street.
Wm. O. Irwls,
Clans Spreckeb & Co.. Baalfira
HONOLULU. H. T.
SAN FRANCxSCO AGENTS TEI
NEVADA NATIONAL BANK Oil
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
LONDON The Union Bank of Loa
( NEW YORK American Exchange Na
I tlonal Bank.
I CHICAGO Merchants' National Bank.
PARIS Credit Lyonnals.
HFRLIN Dresdener Bank.
HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA -Hongkong
and Shanghai Bankina
NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA
Bank of New Zealand.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVKR Bask
of British North America.
Tint o Genera! Bcnkino 8 Eicnonoe Business
Deposits Received, Loans made em
Approved Security, Commercial ase
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills ot Urn
change Bought and Sold.
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu. H. L
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Oae
mea Sugar Company, Honomu 8uga
Company. Wailuku Sugar Company,
Makee Sugar Company, Ookala Sugar
Plantation Company, Haleekale
Ranch Company. Kapapala Ran ok.
Planters' Line and Shipping Company,
San Francisco Packets. Chas. Brewea
A Co.'s Line of Bosten Packets.
Agents Boston Board of Underwriters
Agents for Philadelphia Board of Ua-
j Standard Oil Company.
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, Preside ; George H.
Robertson. Manager: E. F. Blshos,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Water
bouse. G. R. Carter. Dlrectvas,
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BAM
PaJd Dp Capita? .
R836f?ed Fond . .
f 60 .8,80O.r;OC
HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA.
On Fixed Deposit for 12 months, t pe
cent per annum.
On Fixed Deposit for months. Sft ot
cent per annum.
On Flxtd Deposit for t months. I pei
cent per annum.
The bank buys and receives for sel
ection Bills of Excha.-jje. Issues Draft
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
eneral banking business.
Branch of Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Building, Honolulu. X. T
KEI BIN BANK. LTD
VINEYARD ST. .
Transact General Banking and Ex
HEAD OFFICE, TOKYO, JAPAB
DRAW EXCHANGE ON FTR8T
NATIONAL BANK. YOKOHAMA.
BISHOP & CG.
Office at bank building on Merchant
Savings Deposits will be received and
Interest allowed by this Bank at hi Pr
cent per annum.
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on applies'
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu. September 7. 1WS.
nolulu ironworks Co
ROTLF.FB. SUOAR MILLS, CO I .
ERS, BRASn AND LEAD CASTING
and machinery of every description
mcile to order. Particular attentlos
paid to sh'p's blaeksmtthtng. Job word