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Monday, Aug. 27 th.
In Fancy Muslias,
Lawns, India Linens,
Plain and Figured.
White and Brown
THURSDAY, Sept. Gth, 1900
FRIDAY, Sept. 7th, 1900
MONDAY, Sept. 10th, 1900
ETC., ETC., ETC.
ON THE PJREMISES OF THE
Commencing at 10 a. m. each day,
consisting of bed room sets, many easy
chairs for Tcrandas or Interior, paintings,
engravings, ornaments, large
fireproof sale of Macneale & Urban
make, elegant Chinese inlaid ebony
kitchen and dining room furniture,
etc., etc, etc
Will also be sold. The large treat
building on King street has am elegant
kou and koa wood stair case, which
will be sold separately. All the cottages
and valuable plants, th aviary,
with the collection of rare birds ami
the monkeys, together with the plants
and garden fittings, will all be offered
Catalogues upon application.
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forth a statement shoving really
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alxteea companies of the United-States
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Dr. Charles H. English, who came
to Hawaii as the personal physician of
Ex-Queen Liliuokalani, has received
information of a business character
from his home in Ohio that will call
him thither before tne first of October.
As the doctor's solo reason for
being in. Hawaii is in consonance with
his contract with the queen, he is anxious
to bring his case to trial. He
filed the'' following affidavit and notice
of motion in the Circuit Court yesterday:
"I, Charles H. English, now temporarily
residing in Honolulu, Territory
of Hawaii, doctor of medicine, make
oath and say:
"First That I was engaged by the
defendant in this action at Washington,
in the District of Colombia, to
accompany the said defendant to Honolulu,
in the Hawaiian Islands, as set
out in the complaint on file in this
case; that I am a resident of and have
business in the city of Cincinnati, in
the state of Ohio, in the United States
of America, and have been forced and
compelled to stay in Honolulu in consequence
of the action of said defend-at,
"That there is urgent necessity why
I should leave for the United States of
America and for my home In the city
of Cincinnati daring this month cf
"And now comes the above named
plaintiff in this action, Charles H. English,
and by Davis & Gear, his attorneys,
moves this honorable court that
the said case of English vs. Dominls
be placed 09 the calendar of the pres
ent term of this honorable court.
"This motion Is based upon the record
on lie in this action and upon
the amdavit attached hereto.
x "Take notice that the above motion
will be presented to his honor, the
Hon. A. S. Hamphreys, the judge presiding
at the term' of this court, which
has been extended by order of his honor,
at the cbnrt room in the court hoate
in the Jsdklarjr baildlng. on Tharsday,
she tth day of Sestesiber, A. Du W,
at It o'clock la the rbreaoomr
IWre will be a meeting of the '
tees of the Queen's hospital at
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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDHISDAT, SZPJEMHKR 5, 1900.
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Sale of Remnants
la order to make room, for the large purchases
Mr Kerr inteads making on his present Eastern
trip, we intend to commence a ..
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Remnants and Oddments
At Our Queen Street Store, Monday, August 27
Besponsible Citizen Brands Beport
Published in an Evening1
Paper as False.
In reference to a story in the Star
last evening, that bail was not refused
in the case of a man arrested on Monday
evening for being drank, one of
the friends of the man locked up said
"The story that bail was not refused
is not true. 1 and the others Vxrith me
offered bail and asked what it was. We
got no satisfaction except that we were
told 10. see the sheriff.. The clerk ordered
the prisoner searched and pat
below. We did not say anything to
him about releasing the man without
bail. We did not say anything about
not patting his name on the register.
We wanted to bail him out and were
refused the privileprpoint blank."
It is said that the man arrested on
Monday night refused to leave the station
when the sheriff came there. This
is true, but he did not refuse to leave
when his friends first came there with
him when he was brought in. After he
had been locked up for several hours
the sheriff was foand and came to the
station. Consent was given to the
man's release on bail and he was
brought up from the cells, bat when
he got, in the office he refused to be
bailed out and said bad words, so he
was looked up again.
Notwithstanding what is said by the
police authorities that the bail system
in Honolulu is a very liberal one with
a regular rate for release, bail was
positively refused on the occasion mentioned
until the sheriff had been seen,
although the men offering it were men
high in the counsel of fraternal societies,
holding responsible private and
Rovemmeat positions and whose word
is as good, if not better, than that of
the sheriff or his clerk.
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Remember these are not old goods; simply the balance
of large purchases we have recently made, but being
unassorted lines, THEY MUST GO. Inspect the Bargains
and save money by purchasing at Our Queen Street Store.
L. B. KERR & CO.
For Sale By
Lewis & Co.,
Grocers, Sole Agents.
in Fort St. Tel., 240.
Doctor English's Suit In This Case Bail
Against Liliuokalani. Was Refused It First.
Asks That a Speedy Trial Be Ordered
So That He May Return
to His Home.
At a meeting of the Native Sons of
.Golden West held last evening at the
Hawaiian Hotel, J130 was raised for a
celebration on next Monday night.
About twenty gentlemen were present
-A oammittee of three was appointed
to make arranminimts for whatever
should be decided on. They were C.B.
Bererin, C. H. Bellins. aad A. New-
There .was cosuwderable diacasaion la
regard, to the nsiare of the
Some preferred a qsiet smoker,
others a more elaborate banquet, and
atfll others a daaee in which the Native
might partlriiwHi. After a
cf talk, the gMral
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Who Constitutes a
Guest at a Hotel?
Judge Wilcox WiU Decide Question
of Sunday Liquor Selling'
A test case is to be made of the practice
of selling "liquor at the Waikiki
Inn on duudays to those who register
there and are served with liquor as
guests. The place w;is spotted last
Sunday and as a result subpoenas have
beou served on most of 'the people who
visited the resort and took a '"wee
drop" to slake their thirst.
The beach is a poDuiar Dlace for
recreation on Sundays, and many who
toil in town all day during the week are
xu tno habit of going to Waikiki in
search of pleasure on Sundays. The
scenery is inviting to the repose so
conducive to comfort in this climate,
and the water, of which there is an
abundance, is good to look upon and
better to swim in. An afternoon spent
at the beach would no doubt be a pleasure
were there no refreshments for the
inner man. The refreshment is there,
however, and because some of the doctors
and lawyers and business men of
the town "craved a crumb and sipped a
sup" they have been commanded to
tell Judge Wilcox all about it in the
police court this morning.
The manager of the Waikiki Inn was
arrested last evening and charged with
selling liquor on Sunday to others than
guests of the inn. All of the people so
served had registered, and it remains
to be seen whether a person who places
his name on the register of a hotel is a
guest of the house or not.
POX KJCEPIMO OPEN SUNDAY.
Thirteen Arrests Were Made for
Breaking; the Sabbath Day Law.
The crusade against those who break
the Sabbath by laboring where it is
not necessary or in doing an act of
mercy, has begun. 'Yesterday warrants
were served on thirteen persons who
kept their stores open on 4he Sabbath
contrary to law. The cases will he beard
by Judge Wilcox today. The
against the persons urosted
are sworn to by David Kaapa end one
of them reads as follows: " ,
"1. Hasps of Honolulu, being first
duly sworn says: That Chum Hook
anA TaiHee of. Honolulu, Oahn, at said
Honolulu, Oahu, on towit the 2d day or
September, A. D. 1900, said day being
the Sabbath day, did perform certain
mbor.the same not; being a work, of
necessity or mercy; towit by keeping
open a certain store on Hotel street; in
Honojnln, Oahu, aad selling: goods
thsrefrom to the public contrary to
section 7 penal laws l&nr
. Tkewsnsfits of arrest were swned
by Jadge Wilcox aad the retura af
approved by the kick
oers arrested wr
Sag. Mrs. L. AcbongAh KwaL Mr.
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Monday, Aug. 27th.
(Trousers and Suit
Fancy Worsted Serges,
Alpaca for Summer
In Boys' Pants,
Hats, Shirts, Ties
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