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18 miE TAOtmC COVVCTICTAE ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, MAY 10. 190
PAUtM ITSit Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Company, Ltd. G F HERS -AimatGivrngSatisfaction p ''' 7 f6o?y ; yr y. . rj'' fl wij gtit4led enstonmr is the best advertiseairat in the world. He advertises vnu and he .r:",.' 'A C.'ZJtsPol' S Jj dwrtiaw y..ur oek. If he has bought a Columbus, he' more than : l' : 7 - -rie.i he's enthu i-:ic. - NJ , ...ivj:i'v ,: h !! L! t heir Vehicles re Made in 'Catchy" styles m """" S in. J ....... lo K; . . , , , , , ,j . j And Their Finish is of -irst Quality ! m It John ad If- T- I r r: Livery and Boarding Stables . 1 ' mepmf 1 " ' EERETANIA ST FEED STORE BvJHD fMO 'Phune Main 301 It! What? White Rock! 1 ANOT.i R C-K.OD DU5 A XD FOR SAL t Y . . . w. a Peacock & Co., Ld. BATTERIES i OF ! Y DES IPTION j Pooin A . M'Intyro Bldg Guy w s, Electrical Engineer -:- 'Phone Main 368 H.iT H T5 HATS For GenU', Ladies and Cni.dren - arc : y f Native He aro "tiling for JHVta. and upward. CALL A WD SKK TtlKM AT K. ISOSHIMA King Stre-t, next to Ca-tle A Cooke. OF THE California BRIEF FOR NEW TRIAL READY FOR IRE DRILL L 1. 1 M 1 1 Pearl Harbor Case Final Orders Made Again Before Estee. United Stat'-s Attorney Breckons sub mitted the brief upon the motion for a new trial in the Honolulu Plantation Co. cuae to Judge Eatee yesterday. Th" argument was prepared by Assistant I'nlted States Attorney Dunne, who has been the principal in all the Pearl Harbor cases so far. The defendant has live days from yesterday in which to file a reply brief. It Is hardly to !. exp t ! thai !:; court will rar.t a new trial, and the United States At torney has received Instructions to ap peal to the Circuit Court of Appeals in case the motion is denied. The b.gher court can do no more than or der a new trial, though the iU-stion of trial by Jury may then be raised. It will be remembered that at the begin ning of th- Pearl Harbor suits, this qucsli n was r.ii.-t ! by ih- respond ntv. e United States contending that C:. court had the power Itself to tlx the amount of damages. In the Bishop es tate matter Judge Estee ulloued a jury trial, but distinctly state. I that such ruling oul.il not be tukt-o as a prece dent in the remaining an?. It might BOH be possible if an appeal is carried tl-e higher court that U trial without Jury b- ordered. Mr. iunne. in tils argument for a n-w trial, rele - principally up n th- alleged exceeelveneaa Of the award by the second Jury f $M.tM for the lease hold and of for the improvements on the Honolulu plantation. He says: Ther Is no evidence anywhere in this re. ord fixing thi I at ?.!.".. ,.r tl. For Today's Event. B value1 M iiift of tbe leaae rovementa at "Xt-lther of these findings is respon sive either to tbe theory or the evi dence of either side. "The theory of the Cloverninent was that, by reason of ita character and sUuati in. the land was of small value. In support of this theory the Govern ment offered consistent evidence: "Archer, j rr acre, or $i4.-.o: l. L. MeCandleaa, $! per acre, or 92S.440; ' J. A. McCnndlesa, $l7..o per acre, or' f.-M-; t.ix return. $:0.000: corporation! h!bit. f.-V "The average of tli.se valuations Is $1."..4-S. or about one-seventh of the ver dict, which it is contended is not re ponslve and is not justified by the evidenee. The defendant showed the value of the Innd to be: Law, $tno.oK): Ooodale, Meyer. St9j00ej Bolte, S275.000; .Miri'ii. f, ..ii: rmirston. Final orders were issued yesterday for the competitive drill of the Ha waiian National Guard to be held this afternoon in the Capitol square. All arrangements for the event have been -om pie ted and the various competing companies spent last evening in put ting the llnishlng touches upon their drill. A grand stand has be?n erected at the intersection of King ind Merchant streets, and it will be occupied by Gov ernor Cooper, departmental heads, of ficials of the army and navy and oth ers. The prizes offered for the best drill- i comoany consist of a handsome sil ver cup and three rash prizes amount ing in all to 1.0. The prize cup Is now held by Company P. Captain Johnson commanding, and the indica tions appear to point in that direction at this competition. The contest for second and third places is said to He betwi i Companies E and G, though some of the other companies' may show up in surprising f.-rm. The trophy which is to be competed foi is a very handsome affair and was pujeh !- ! a year ago for J-'50. Of thi ill .'int Lieutenant Colonel C. J. Mc Carthy gave $150 and the regiment DM I- Dp tile balance. In addition there an 5150 in cash prizes, of which $75 ajoea with the cup. 50 to the company coming in aecond. and 2S to the third beat drilled. As the cup must bj won ihrro times before it can b. retained iii posess:on "t one company, the con-t- tl will be keen, tind every effort will be made to keep Company F" from tandlne; the prize for the second time. ORDER FOR DRILL. The following; la the order issued yes terday for the formation of tiie com panies at the drill: I a Iqnartera First Regiment National Guard Of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii. May S, IMS, General Orders No. 15 'oi pa i i s A. II. i'. 1. K. F. G and H of tli-- nrat Uegimeut, National Guard Another Special 500 lozen. He- QualitT, THIN BLOWN Tumblers Will be sold at 50c per doz. Samples are Displayed IN OUR Front Show Windows cf Hawaii, will assemb.e under arms at .'! drill shed at l o'clock p. m. on Saturday, Hay 19th, IMS; preparatory to taking part in the oompetl ti ve dri.l end exerclaea Incident theito, to b- hi id on Capitol Square. Obmpanl a a. B, k, f and G win I compete in the drill and will parage w.tu ranks i sixtean Uea front a. id . me ii esa iry Kuuies a:ui me closers as: -. '. -'.i: i:-nto:i. t.'O.OCO; M-r-iran. $IT5.i"o. "The average of these vahiations la urtly greater than double the an oimt fixed bv the verdi. t." it ! therefore c ntended that the Jury decided th- case wholly oiits.d.- th- evi dence offered and it should be set aside. Mr. Punne also sets out in detail the errors in law. the brief f !! .wimr close ly th- argument at the first motion for a nw trial. At r 1 1r"m ttrap gron in their os-n arnxr i 'ml absolute! frre :rom adulteration. Uae QMIfftdt. Vinerarde. nn'l sr The be-it Tahle Wines in VOLTERS, WALDRON CO., Ltd. BOLI AGKNTdL ggrotngggT. . , . . . ,iN()M ,., H T. MILK! BUTTER! CREAI Alw.j. pu; lw.y poJ, Bul!er at r.JUceJ .ric Holu u Da'ry men's Assn. - HE SCA ItA) THE HEN ROBBER The Hawaii ShhiMi Pha snys: Niwht prowlers are nhr. ad UL-ai i .. it Pawaa w.i- . Si v. ral r !! Dta f th.t vi. ;nity c mjrffiin of th, mstrious ilisapp. aranc- of mum artiehs fn-m thi Ir yards or porches late ly. Il.c.-titly a bold attetnnt of n-...l. l. Mtbery of a poultr- yard a-as fortunately frustrated by tlnn ly awakmc of Its l- r. t he eeCVIIWaoa Im a f. w nidi's ago A chicken thief, aoppoeed to be a native, or mete likely an expert negro, smakt-d Into the yard of a Chlnam-n oat I'awaa. wh ki pt l' or more chickens thr . and oeeecdad in tai:i;ini; ov. r ehi.-kens. which h- took ontalda and load ad uton his waltine h.rs-. The thief, not satlsrhd with such a Mir haul, and evl- dantly ajaboJdened w.ih his tafieeae, acain cntind the yard for another raid, whin the Inmatm of th- c-... rals.-.l ntn h a tr. m n. ua r im.- that th y a ak.-m d the k- p. r eat Of his opium dream. Imrnedtal. Iy realising the situation fr-'m his past fr-.(-jent and c stly experiences, the Chinaman ran out with hla v r Inad- d cim. and. with a terrible war cry. ' which pit the traditional Ap.iehe tr he to shame, let Ro tmrer monl mfy and aim- I J- '" I . I . i. Th. w-.t dntnem Of it s.-nr.d the thi. t to such an . estent that h- lift the place and locality I for hl life, leavlnc tin borm leaded with ih-- HI i:?-irott.n chick, ns ..n Its back.' The plucky Chin-man boasts rf his feat, while the thh f si:, i.tly mourna the Icaa of his st. . n. -t shonld aeeer start 'it dtle of Chambrlalns Pain Ir tool baes. This i ktc'iip-i ror i i nen woun nrii. fme appHoiMon elv- rel f T-r it. Inon Smith dc Co., Ltd.. vrhdaaala agents, aell it. ;n s fain liniment j n la and : i n ouier memuers or sai.i o., ;..u.i- . n t taking part In the comnetition. ta Lher uith Companlee C nd n. will form the guard. Iffici r of the Hay Major . w. Zi k : r. uillcer of the Guard t 'apt. Jai..es H. Thompson. Field and staff dismounted. filiform, fatigue: Blouse, cap, white troti.-,. rs. white gloves and leggings. (Tli'-- use of while gloves in the com petitWe drill alter the company in ; p tton is discretionary.) By order of Colonel Junes. JN. SCHAEFBR, "apt. and Adjt. The diiMinR will t gin promptly at 1 $1 ( :., k tiiis afternoon and it will probably be 3 o'clock before the last evolution is completed. . 1 he IV Id mid staff officers and officer Of the d-iy are as follows: Field and Staff Officers: Colonel j. v. j..n. s Lieutenant-Colonel C. J. McCarthy. Maj r '. W V. . el. r. M.ii r J. M. Cain ira. Mai .r Cooper. saruon: Cam n J. hn i f . r. adjutant: Capt. K. ll. Boyd, termaatter; Capt. Thomas !:. Wad. . . officer; Capt. C. L.. Gnrvin. as u surgeon; capt. . p. Meyera as it Burgeon; Capt. alaratoti Campbell, ..ritij; officer; First L.'eut. i;. H. lit. battalion adjutant: officer of the Major c. v. z.'iRier. 1st Beghnent. , X. J. 11.; ,'tnc. r cf the Kiiard. Capt. J. A. Th.'mi n. Co. H, 1st Beglment. N. G. H. I The eonpsnb n WtU drill In th.- foil, w , l-c ord. r: First: Co. A. Captain Kl.m- n:.-. commapding; First Lieut F. A. Smith; Bee and Lieut-, K. r.. p.. rndt. Second : Company F. Captain flamucl Johl son. cmmandlnic: First Lieut. J. V. Short; Second Lieut. W. W. Car- lyle. Third: Co. K. Captain L. J. Nahora lllpa. cimmamllnit; First Lieut. J. K. Man'. f.d I... :t. Thomas Kakn. la. Fourth: Company G. Captain Gnstave ;;. m eommandlng; First Lieut, S. K. Ka- pill; Second IJeut. ran! 1 Kekaulike. Fifth: Company It. Certain W. I:. Rii. v '-.mmomPnir: First Lieut. J. D. Gorman; St rd Lit ut. A. H. Moore. O mpanlca C and H aril furnish the guard. The judge will be Captain Karle D. A. Praree. ;th fj. S. A : First Lieut. James P. Robinson, fith IT. S. A.: First Lieut. Harry W. tf wton. fith C. S. A. ft ft 01 MONO & CO, LIMITED. Dealers In Crockery, Glass and House Furnishing Goods. Sole agents for the celebrated Jewel stovc-a and Gurney refrigerators. 53, 55. 57 KING ST., HONOLULU. 3 ft JUST ARRIVED PING-PONG The stoam.-r".s ropes w. re h ir.liv lou.-n When I called up to tourist Brown: " What's the news from lndon town'" Anil he Hliswered with a frown- "Flng-Pong! EMng-FongT' "Mow about the Parliament - Ire the Liberals content? Is Cttambei lain as ! .OIK III " nd he thundered (violent): HPtng-Pong! Ptng-Foagr' says I, "there's s,,meih:iiK w rl day. "Tut! tut! naore : News ff import. I'm sure: How about the wily Ity,-r?" , And the io k took up his roar: "I'inK-PonB! Pina-Pongr' Tbe name was rintrinfi through mv brain Bul atlll l thought I d try apain:" "How about Kins 1-Mw.ird's reicn?" And h. shrieked (almost profane): wPtog-Pong! Ptag-Fongr' That a all the news (h- frowned eaeere) From Kentish town to Wandsworth pier- It's all you e- and all you hear;" And th. ti Brown whooped it in mv ear: "Ffng-Pongl Hins-Pone!" Snb rlptlons are being- taken In San Fm -risco to relieve the famine in Gua b mala, reattltat from the late carth riu ik'-s and devastation. SEE f UR WINDOW DISPLAY ALL SIZES AND PRICKS Wall, Nichols Co, Ltd. Oaiiit ic A Electric 1IM1TRD. Have in Stock and Olfer for Sale P and B Ice Delivered to any part of the City. leland orders promptly filled. ROOFING BUILDING PAPER PR T2SER V ATrVB PAINT BOILER AND STACK PAINT INSULATING COMPOUND BRIDGE AND ROOF PAINT REFINED SUGARS, Cube and Granulated. 'AINT OILS, Lueol and Linaeed. TEAM PIPF COVERING, Reed'a Patent Elastic Bectioa Covering. fNDURINE, Water-proof Cold Water Paint, toeide and outaide, tn white aatf colora FILTER PRESS CLOTH Linen and Jute. CEMENT, LIME AND BRICKS GETS FOR ntSTERN SAN SUGAR REFINING FRANCISCO, CAL. CO, BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS PHILADELPHIA. PA. I EWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO., Manufacturers of National Caaa Shredder. New York. ARAFFINE PAINT COM PANT, Ssn Francisco, CaJ. 'HLANDT A CO.. San Francisco. CaJ. The Fountain SODA WORKS, SaSSiEAM ST. Delivers to all parts of tbe city eavewi ically pure and palatable distlDed wa ter for drinking purposes tn 3-gaH. Wt at 10 seats per gallen. DRINK Distilled Water And avoid kidney troubles and rheu matism. In the Eastern States "tha beat physicians are treating kteV7 complaints entirely with just such wa ter as I am offering vnn o j Ring up 270 for water or pure soda made from this water. 'AN FRANCISCO Hnvnim ti P M-d C IJ, NEW YORK. i. S. Grinbaain & Ce. LIMITED. -sportsfs as. Commission Merchssn HOLE AGENTS FOR BLANCHE BATES 5o CIGAR. JHIIADELPHIA UNDERWRITERS. K1TISH AMERICAN ASSURANCS COMPANY, of Toronto. Ontario. r-c!al attention lvec to cooilfb oeiita of Coffee and Rice. r!ehona Blue S1SL P. O. Box CSt Office: Kearalo, WINDOWJMES to be old at w. ce at a saariflr. Shades from 25c and up. Call at one. L. 8. MATHEWS, m Fart St. . . . Orpohum Bl ..