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TTJWZWxW -?" Jfi 5jw slr i V S Tt ,-.-.. i'-"v " - THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1900. SIX HUCITOF DiYORGES HSNDEO OUT LEGALLY Three Were Ground Out In a Short Time in the Circuit Court and Desertion. Tt,,. were cranted yester day in a very reasonable space of! time in the circuit court. me gruuuuo alleged were cruelty and desertion-Maria R- Medeiros obtained a from Manuel Medeiros for extreme cruelty. Last July, according and at other to the papers on file, times within three months, the has beaten and kicked his wife treating her in a shocking manner of anhuman cruelty. She said he had sscd his fists and feet and passed epithets of the most abusive character, and she protested that it was qclte precarious to longer live with kirn. She says among his other short comings he Is intemperate ana naa teen habitually so since the marriage exhausting the means of supporting the wife "as he is aole and ought to." This rhetorical effusion, however, probably only emanated from an attorney in the case. Ellen K. Pua was awarded a divorce from William K. Pua on the ground of extreme cruelty. The defendant was ehargwi with cruelly beating plaintiff In June. 1S99. for which he was and punished in the district rrrt nt Honolulu. Again last Sep beat the woman and drove ier and her infant child from the ioue causing them to sleep outside. Kmilv Kapuaala Kuhia was divorced from William Kuhia on the ground of deaertkm. The couple was married In 1S94 by Rev. H. H. Parker. IN THE POLICE COURT. The Day's Doings Before the District Magistrate. Alter the big calendar in the police rnrt Monday the calendar yesterdsiy w small. Joe Lopez, charged with BoHIng liquor, had his case postponed wntn this mornlnE. Kamuela. charged Trtth vagrancy, and Donnelly, irith being on the premises of another at night without lawful excuse, will .e tried today. Two Chinese were up for TmrlBR opium In possession and one of oacb pair plead guilty and was fined fifty dollars and costs while the others tead not guilty and their cases were nolle pressed. The case of Marie "Walraer. charged with illegal selling or Hqttor, was too sick to appear In court and her case wns continued until tomorrow. The woman has been arrested a couple of times for the annle offense and this time she is to get a heavy fine as it will he fcer second offense if convicted. Ksawai. a young Hawaiian, who stole two revolvers was on examination held for trial In the circuit court. McCarthy and Jacobsen. who wore for being ilrunk did not appear in court when their nnmos wore called and so their bail was ordered forfeited". I'.'pi, Kin and Jack, who did answer to their names were fined the nsnal amount for being intoxicated. Sawyer. McLean and Long, men from the transport Meade, who broke the law. but not very seriously, were reprimanded and discharged. The judge explained to thom that as they were strangers they would not be punished this time. In the case of Wang Chung Kce, charged with the larceny of a gold -watch, the prosecution was represented by Attorney Peters. The case was dismissed 'at the prosecution could not prove ownership to the In question. Contentment. Wc are going to keep right on at the xuno old stand, for God reigns and the republic still lives. Nashville American (Dem). ti i Skf&fk h iii2ESZJz&XS. Zir&QsS. iZZxi7''' GAS & ELECTRIC CO., Ltt HAGOOX 13UILDIKG, Corner Me chant and Alakc Street. The Tropical Cigar' is ,the FINEST AND BEST 56. GIGftR Sold in Honolulu GREAT-DAY FOR AMERICA. Two Thousand Insurgents Surrender and Take Oath of Allegiance. MAXrLA, Dec 3. Sunday in Vigan was a great day for the American cause Twenty-two hundred natives of the region, nearly all fighting rebels, crowded the church and took the oath of allegiance to the United States. The oath was administerea. br the priest. All but 500 of those sworn were bolomen. The number In cluded 1200 bolomen jwho had previously surrendered. The proceedlncs in the church occu pied the enure day and included an. address by General Young and an exhortation by the priest. Scarcely any rebels remain in the vicinity of Santa Maria. General Young attributes this fact to three causes the election ol McKinley. the arrival of a stronger body of troops and the especially rigid enforcement of war measures and the deportation of prisoners to Manila. He reDorts that it is necessary to occupy all the barracks in order to protect the. natives from the vengeance of Taga-log raiders. The concert for the Christmas fund for the lepers of Molokai will take place on Saturday evening next at the Opera House. A Cure For Chronic Diarrhoea. "About five years ago I was troubled with catarrh of the lower bowel," says C. T. Chlsholm. 4S4 Dearborn Ave., Ccicago, "and although I consulted several eminent physicians who prescribed for me, I found their remedies failed to in any way relieve me, and the trouble almost became ehronlc. After suffering several months, I one day Vonctoded to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and I beg to assure you that I was most agreeably surprised to find after taking two doses of the remedy that I was relieved of the disease that had cost me so much trouble and annoyance. I am thankful to say that I have not suffered from it since." For sale by Benson, Smith & Co., general agents for Territory of Hawaii. Notice to Architects, Builders. Owners and DUFFEY I ENGLAND PLUMBING AND SEWERAGE. A Full Line of Plumbing Goods m Stock. 121 Hotel Street, Arlington Annex. Repairing Work Promptly Attended to Estimate Furnished TELEPHONE MAIN 323. HEAVER LUNCH BOOMS H. J. Xolte has just received n new lot of celebrated FIVE CENT CIGARS. New York Capndura's, "Washington Allston, Union de Cuba, Grand, Eepublic, Figaro, Jackson Square Renown's, Etc. Also: s Key 'West Cigars, La Deliciosa and El Mas Noble. H. J. NOLTE FORT STREET Metropolitan Meat Co. 108 KING STREET. G. J. WALLER, Manage.-. Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS and WAVY CONTRACTORS HARRISON CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Jouting Promptly Attended to James Sheridan PIANO TUNER FORTY vears practice. References if desired. "AH kinds of Musical Instru ments TudwI aud liepaired. OrFtCE With the Hawaiian Iron Fence aud Mynumental Co. ib to isu is. Kink' Street, Lincoln Block. Phone JMAIXfTS. KesWaqe Occidental Hotel. Phone Tilt Union Express Co., Office with lmt Sulklii. i0 King Street -:- -:- Telephone 86. We move safes, piauoa and furniture. We haul freight and lumber. v cn ilnv ncl white sand. We meet all incoming coast steamers; we checic baggage on ru ouigwius steamers. W. LARSEN, R. W. ATKINSON Advertising Agent. HOUSES HEGISTEH. cnrvrTC? OF5TCE X c'0 BZGISTER OFFICE ROOMS FCEXISEED OE rXFCEXISHED. SELEOX :mployment O FFI OE EMPLOYER'S BUREAU FOR RELIABLE HELP. WHEN YOU WAXT HELP SEND TO Boom 11, MAGOON BUILDING. Merchant Street. Hie I lull SI illllrs LTMHED. D. P. R. ISENBERG, President. CHAS. BjELLINA, Manager. 518 Fort Street. First class rigs at fair prices. Telijftiii 477. iKkstui "Mm" 3iS. DR. V. J. GILBMITH. Office aid Rtsibice: COBKTB EEBETAX1A AM) AUKZA STo. OFFICE MOURS-9 to 10 a. m, 2 to 4kju and 7 to S p. 31. SUyjJAYS 9 to 10 a. ., 7 to 8. r. it IF YOU ARE IN DOUBT TELZPHOVE 204. SEATTLE BEER On Draught or in Bottles at the & "CRITERION" - r r r r r ' Just what to give your friends for Christmas drop into our store, we will solve tbe question by showing you our Large New Stock of Holiday Goods, such as new pieces of Steeling Silver aud Cut Glass TOre, "Watch, Ecgs, Beauty and." Stick Pixs, Bracelets, Ccff Buttons, aud in fact everything kept in a first class Jewelry Store. "We have scores of beautiful things thnt exquisite taste says are exactly right for Christmas Gifts. "We are selling these goods at Coast Prices. We would be pleased to show you our stock whether you buv or not. W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd., Sole Agts. ASTA GLAUS' EMPOUIUjl TTTTTf..ittlllllXX ,EW THIS YEAR TTMTir iinii: OMES 8 8 M.R. COUNTER Love Building 5I52 Fort Street JEWELER .r2W vr322?F ij". fcr. wfcSt &XXr -. i'i ?.f. &? Bohemian Seer k.B.C. Ney supply received per "Katherine," "Iroquois," "Archer' and "Andrew Welch." "ROSAMOND"' due to arrive shortly. Orders promptly attended to. TTTTTyTrTTT NEW THIS YEAR COMBINOLA no. 2. ToTO?0?OaOiOiOSOi030eO ilOSOSOSOIi AVhat's thatT Thirty games on one board? a douar. or even fifty cents apiece, for. games for all those great big nice again. Why; ifs less than a shilling apiece, games. . The best combination of home amusements ever offered. Tnirty added this year, such as National games on one board. Iany new games Exports, played with the flags of all nations, and ships marked with our principal exports. Yoa can play as long as you can strike a country which buys your commodity. This game is statistically correct, highly instructive, and exciting. A new arrangement of Parlor Croquet requires great skill in the players. A full set or Chessmen and the extra men for Backgammon are furnished '" free. 5 ' If you want your money's worth buy a 'COMBINOLA Dolls, Toys, Wagons, Velocipedes Largest assortment in town. COME EABLY AND AVOID THE BUSH. 1 8 THE STORE WILL E OPEN FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS, EVENINGS FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF CUSTOMERS, Wall, Nichols Go. Ltd. -i . ' " . ,. . i"V2TTr M "... t J ji .x.. r it -i. si- r - r - "- tw "t 8USSFIE8 UVEIIISEIEHS. j. Gcsfni JktmrHiiiita&ittBisaenral Si tuti p-o- toe cro met. oi 50 toU per E fi. WASTED. BOr wanted to attend to dsr store. No night work. Fort street, opposite WANTED Competent man wants position as confldeatial secretary and correspondence clerk first -of the vear at S1500 cer annum. Ad FOR SALE Kalihi Property I dress: "Kiino Heloa," Box 36, Ho- nolulu. A. GIRL to do Chamber work. Apply at the Melrose. 1444 King street. WANTED A First-class bookkeeper, who has just arrived, desires a position at a salary of 510 per month. Ai references. Address Box 435. ZL I FOB SALE. FOR SALE One uantlsoaie Crown in perfect order with hatp and manddin accompaniment. Has used only five times. Can be had n a reasonable price by applying at th Orpheuni Cafe. TOR SENT. A TWO room cottage and one large front room. Apply at Mrs. West, corner Vineyard and Xuuanu Streets. LOST. BUNCH of Keys and Chain, on King St., between fiikoi and Xuuanu sts. Finder please communicate with P. H. Buraeue, 39 King st. LOST A safe key and a postofice key, Reward for return to The Republican. LO&T A bay horse with a white spot on left fore shoulder has been lost. Horse is the property of Robert Parker. Jr.. and if returned to the polk station a reward will be paid. LOST By accidental gate opening, a large bay-colored Calitornian mare; weight about 900 lbs.; faint star on forehead; fat condition; a little or irritation on face, but hearin? . right hind foot a little white. Finder please notify police station and reward will be paid. Two lots 50x100. rvr.o intinnvion nn which is a house containing six rooms. For particulars apply to DAVED K. TIN ATJXA, Wilder b. b. u arenouse, x.sjuauauc. BEAVER Lid ROOMS Just receiver a fine assortment of BRIAR PIPES, MEERSCHAUM PIPES, CHERRY PIPES, GERMAN PIPES, 'ALSO TOBACCO POUCHES, CIGAR AND CIGARETTE HOLDERS IN AMBER AND MEERSCHAUM. H J, NOLTE, FORT STREET. WESTERN ASSURAHC ECO. CAPITAL $2,000,000.00 J. H. FISHER, Agent Hawaiian Islands. FIRE ASuOCIATIDN OF FHILADELPHIA ASSETS $6J30,SG3.38 J. H. FISHEB. Agent Hawaiian Islands. C.H.BROWN SANITARY PLUI1BER. Estimates made on everythia? in the nliimliinr line. OSce Territorial Stables Building. King PHONE Street. MAIN 48. Honolulu Iran Works Co Steam Engines BOILERS. SUGAR MILLS, COOL- T!R5. BRASS and LEAD CASTINGS, and Machinery of every description made to order. Particular attention paid to ship's blacksmithing. Job work executed on shortest notice. Contractors & Builders General Business Agency. All kinds of laborers supplies. CURB STONES On Tiand readv to suddIv. Post otflce Box S7S. T. HAXASHI, Msfi3er. Kiac Street, ijewIiUh (Bwiskk.) , Ulhite 430 tort Stt. What to Buy lor Christmas ! PURSES GLOVES HANDKERCHIEFS STOCKINGS BELTS " i CAPES SHAWLS PARASOLS (PERFUMES SIDE COMBS HAIR BRUSHES COMBS NAIL BRUSHES TOOTH BRUSHES SOAPS FLORIDA WATER NOW ON DISPLAY IX The GUhite House WINDOW ! . - I ferAILEYS - i Telephone 398 sj I D!tsE I P. 0. Box 441 b 03) -- k --- - ----- V 7 RicvGle ReDairina Our Specialty. We are the pioneers in that line in Honolulu and carry a very large line of parts for repairs. Now is the time to have your wheel overhauled and put in good shape; during this wet spoil you can Have the frame enameled. We can do you spare it for a few days. work in appearance and far more ' a job equal to factory than the average factory job. A pair of new pedals will add to the appearance of the wheel 25 per cent: cost but upwards. Lamps from $1.00 upwards, and a good article at that price. GAS AnS REDUCED IN PRICE. m&.ma lps 82.00 (THE UNION ENGINE ... w; Each, to Clear. O Sole Agents Milwaukee Puncture Proof Tires. BAILEY'S HONOLULU GYGLERY CO., Ltd. 227, 229 and 231 King Street. . .. . , -- xSV?f Gasoline Engines axd HOISTS For all Kinds of Work (LAJO) AND atABINE) J Running Pumps, Dynamos and Machinery Sole Agents: THE VOX HAM l'OUXG CO. LTD. BOWER'S MEHCHiNTS' PBTHDL AND CONFIDENTIAL AaENCY ModetBwcs. Telepuoto 70S. P. O. Box Office: Boom i, Beliable and Confidential "Watchmen furnished on short noti ce for Etc First-class references furnished. S ores Besidences, Property, The Union Electric Co. OFFICE: 611 North King St, Honolulu, T. H. P. O. BOX 65. Electric Light Wiring a Specialty. s mr Is the word used by I" IrVU, Chinese for Electricity. K you contemplate having your house or store wired JUSTWHISPEH "fXRi." HonBEm Pantheon Shaving Parlor Mrs. .. Bcsvrh. Hotel Street. Sar Ton. k RE.OPENED HOT -BATHS- GOLD if Stock of has arrived, including BRACELETS RIKGS, PINS BROOCHES WATCHES Sterling Silverware, Etc BIART'S Jewelry 4M Fort Street TlAAri The Honolulu ReDtblican t f - f - -, -, - - T- s .(HiuMffer. A ITM .-- J. .". j. .- m e ... . - "r. . t v . . i r nP i - 1h i' i fiA i '.fr .