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I'.a n I! i 10 THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1901. if MISCONDUCT OFJURYM "SltaMss alleges PRFJtimn; MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL MADE FOR SAVIDGE, JUEN AND SCHNACK. ,Mlkc Lysas Declares Nick Peterson Was Informed of Case Before Being Drawn on Jury Two Cc-un- , te- Affidavits Presented. Motion for a aeir trial for S ridge, Jvea sad Schnark. recently found gsflty of assault and battery, was made kafore Judge Humphreys in the Conn yesterday morning by C. S. Dole. An aflMartt was read to Uw court. Prejudicial misconduct on the part of XIck Peterson, one of the jurors, was stfefted. The affidavit was by 31 ike Lroaa. a witness in the case, and Ufted that Peterson bad beea iafonned concerning the caae before be waa drawn oa the Jury. had told Peterson all about the A counter affidavit by Peterson was revested by Deputy Atorney General Catacart to tae effect that Lyons had aot related the substance of the be was going; to give but simply ioM aim that be was In attendance as i witness. Mr. Cathcart also present- nam Gregory, Governor of Rhode an affidavit from J. F. Davidson, an,i dieil at njs home here today of attorney assisting prosecution, saying 1 Lons was not subpoenaed as one t tae prosecution's witnesses. Jodce Humphreys will give a written decision on the motion of Dok on Monday. The judge stat-I that th purported motion for a sew trial flWby Strauss was merely a notice of Intention to so move. Its title showed it as being entered ki ifae Supreme Court. Such proceeding busied on the usual allegations a tan effect that the verdict was contrary to law. could not be recognized. Holen Rowland, by her attorneys, Kinney. Ballou and McClanahan, has demurred to the complaint of Frank Godfrey as trustee for Thomas against Helen Rowland et al, alleging for cause the misjoinder of slain tin's. Robertson & Wilder were granted a commission to take testimony of a departing witness in Mrs. Alice Hutchinson's suit against the Hawaiian Tramways Company. The report of F. J. Russel. master f the Bishop Museum Trust accounts. set for hearing tomorrow. Tbs case of Kan Ting Kee against Tlin You went over to Monday. The cane of Raymond Reyes against Da-rid Callahan, a minor, an old case, was set for Thursday next. . Judge Humphreys appointed E. M. Watson, as mtardlan of the minor instead of 'Jtr. Andrade. who was prayed for. The regular sitting of the Federal ux m 5gggggfra5ii3J5l m r. I I Somet Ixing m t fn IS H 1 : . ' I I I W. S. Sachs 1 I Dry Goods 1 Company, Oil sl:tiit:e:i.ss5 !: m t I 8 Cosrt was adjourned yesterday until Tuesday. On Monday the Jury in the Honolulu Plantation condemnation salt will visit Pearl Harbor. Judge Estee save coaasel until Tuesday to ale briefs is a question of J raptcy matter. GENERAL MILES AGREES WITH DEWEY'S OPINION CINCINNATI. im- 16.-General , Nelson A. Miles, speaking today of the I findings of the Schley court of inquiry, ! said: "I am willing to take the judg ment of Admiral Dewey in the matter. He has been a commander of a fleet, and as such has known the anxieties and responsibilities which rest upon a man under these circumstances. He was instrumental in the destruction of one Spanish fleet, and knows and realizes the feelings that encompass an officer under such 'conditions. I ' think Dewey has summed up the mat-1 i ter in a clear and concise manner. and I believe his conclusions will be indorsed by the patriotic people oft the United States. I have no sympathy with the efforts which hare been made to destroy the honor of an officer under -such circumstances." I GOVERNOR OF RHODE ISLAND IS DEAD W1CKFORD R.'I.). Dec. 1G. Wil- acute Bright's disease, following a succession of Illnesses. After an indisposition of nearly two months he returned to the State capital last Friday, and his death was the indirect result of a cold. Under the new Constitution Lieutenant-Governor Charles D. Kimball of Providence becomes Governor for the remainder of the term. William Gregory was 52 years old. He rose from loom-fixer to mill superintendent, mill owner and banker. NEW SENATE COMMITTEE WASHINGTON, Dec. 15. The lowing new committee on Territories ! has been named: Republican Bev- erhlge. Sewell, Dillingham, Nelson, Guay, Burnham; Democrats Bate, Heitfold. Bailey. Patterson. SCHLEY FILES EKCEPTIONS WASHINGTON. Dec. 18. -Late this afternoon Admiral Schley, through his counsel, filed with- the Secretary of the Navy his bill of exceptions to the majority findings of the court of inquiry, and also a letter asking to be allowed to be heard in connection with the objections to be filed by at- """""""'""iiiiniinitiniiirnnx: SagpisgsSgsgSgsggsassHSis tnmprc for Arimfiral 5amnsnn tn f'hs fadfcidnal onlnfon of Arfrnfrat ! This nrtion was tatpn Rivnpr Teague and Captain Parker of connsel ( bad held a consultation throeghoet the day with their client AOULTERATEB DRUBS SENT TO PHILIPPINES NEW YORK. Ic. 16. That there has been trouble in the Philippines ... . , , , - , . . - ''" -; Ta U WUr UU C UUiui kUUV4 i.w to the oSce of the Surgeon General j of the Army has ben a rumor of the ' drag trade fr many months. The i Oil, Paint and Drug Reporter in- its number today contains a statement from Its "Washington correspondent that trouble occurred nearly two years ago in regard to a shipment of quinine furnished by a San Francisco house. There was complaint that the tablets were adulterated. Investigstion was made and as a result 12.227 of 12.500 bottles were sent back to the contractors. The contractors represented that any adulteration which might be found In the tablets was due to no fault of theirs and they complied with the require ments of the Department that they substitute for the reiected tablets others of standard quality. Office and the Man. Once upon a time a postmaster who lived in a Kansas town was seated in his office, reading postal cards, when a native cyclone came his way. The wind carried him through an east window and In the direction of a chestnut grove, three miles distant In a few seconds he was safely seated in the top of a high tree, busy picking chestnut burs out of his hair and clothing, when he saw the building he had so suddenly left coming directly toward him. 'T declare!" he exclaimed, "there comes the old shanty, looking for me." Moral Sometimes the office seeks the man. To Get Rid of a Troublesome Corn. First soak it in warm water to soften it then pare It down as close as possible without drawing the blood and apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm twice daily; rubbingrigorously for five iitdp f ainh o nn iFftof f A rTn nine. . ,,,,, ,, " e fn A tn protect ,fc from the shoe Ag a eral liiment for sprains, bruises, lame- ness and rheumatism. Fain Balm is unequaled. For sale by all druggists and dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii. " Dividend Notice. The German Savings and Loan Society, 526 California street For the. half year ending with December 31st, 1901, a dividend has been declared at the rate of three (3) per cent per annum on all deposits, free of taxes, payable on and after Thursday, January 2, 1902. GEORGE TOURNY. Secretary. Hosiery Specials Ladfcs' Black Cotton Hose, fast dye, all sizes, 2 pair, 25c. Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, fast dye, all sizes, often sold at 25c; our price, 3 pair for 50c. All Open Work, red or black, extra value, 3 pair, $1.00. Q Novelty Hose in Black and Colored Lace, with Vertical or Roman Stripes and Polka Dots, at 50c, 65c, 75c and Si. 00 a pair. In Children's Hose We have an extra good Ribbed Stocking for school wear, at 25c. Children's Coats See window display. Fine goods at reduced prices. We have too many Coats thus the prices. A good range of sizes and colors at S3.00 to SS.00 each. w rum Tsar THEY ABE MOEE FASHIONABLE THIS SEASON THAN EVER. WE HAVE A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP THESE NEW PLAID GOODS. 42 inch in CAMEL'S HAIR $ .TSpervard. 4G " BOUCLE CLOTH ...1 1 1.0,0 fi " " 46 " " " '. 1.25 " " 52 ' " Extra Quality, CAMEL'S HAIR : 1.25 ". " 1tTTZliSZ1LXllXlT11lTlXTTTl JIS ' NCW.Q CHI? THE NEWSPAPER BOYS A $2co SILVER WATCH WILL BE GIVEN All News Boys are eligible and the contest starts' on WEDNESDAY .MORNING . . . ' JANUARY ist, 1902 Come and see the Watch, Boys! It's a Daisy Stem Winder, Hunting Oase, Sterling Silver, ill Standard T -a r 1 juovemene JOHNNIB HICKEY won the GOLD WATCH for selling the most paper3 up to Christmas Day. Japanese Novelties SILK FANS, PLAIN, PAINTED and GILDED LACUER WARE CABINETS. HANDKERCHIEF BOXES. HOTEL STREET. AX Iwalvami St Oo w mm FQ THE MOST OF COURSE! Mexican cigar ? reduced rate just now.. .Drop in and Cor. Nuuanu and Merchant Sts. and Hotel St opp. Eethel. P. O. Box 379 New Did you ever try a really goad We are selling them at a sample one. HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO. LTD. N tlxe Batistes, Pretty all colors, value. 15c AN ELEGANT At 25c, 35c, Lessons in done to Miss v SAYS We have ranging from FEATHER 'amppWs ' llft) Mm Zm TTVTV S?Su5S'.fS f tv4 - rV .J J3 r"" Enter r prising Kews Boy. who disposes of the most papers of . . . Ok Honolulu Republican during the month of January J-a. U..1. --.2 j. 44. 44 44 4.4. 44 4- JEWELRY SAFES. TEA TRAYS. POWDER CASES. CHINA WARE. TEA SETS. HOTEL STREET. 2tiiinisii2ii;ix:gisi;xiiiziiriiiiziz7:ziiir:Mi:iiiiir. i2ini':miixii:iiii:ir 1 for New Year Lawns and Dimities designs in Figures and Stripes, in at n yards for $1.00; "regular and 20c per yard. ASSORTMENT OF 50c, 65c and 75c. each. given in Embroidery, and Stamps order by our Embroidery Teacher, Boardman. Dame Fashion "CH1TFON NECK RUFFS." . a good assortment at prices S1.50 to S12.00. No two alike. BOAS, from 3.00 to S 15.00. j07) W' r 4TSt IMIIf gWlLXJL isxiiigs::iiiTixxrxxxxuiiinxixinnnixisrrx tiiTgtgmiV - r rrMs J Clans Spreckels & Go. Bankers JOKOLULU. - H.T. San Francisco Agents The "Nevada National Bank of San Francisco. DRAW EXCHANGE ON SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada National Bank of San Francisco. LONDON The Union Bank of Loa-don. Ltd. NEW YORK American Exchange National Bank. CHICAGO Merchants National Bank. r PARIS Credit Lydnnals. BERLIN Dresden Bank. HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corpora tlon. NEW ZEALAND AND -AUSTRALIA Bank of New Zealand. VICTORLA. AND VANCOUVER Bank of British North America. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Deposits Received. Loans Made on Approved Security. Commercial and Travelers Credit Issued. Bills of Ex-change Bought and Sold. COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ACCOUNTED FOR. BISHOP & CO. BANKERS. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit Issued, available In all the Principal Cities of the World. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits: SEVEN DAYS' notice, 2 per cent (This form will not bear interest unless it remains undisturbed for one month.) THREE MONTHS, 3 per cent per annum. SIX MONTHS. 3& per cent per annum. TWELVE MONTHS, 4 per cent, per annum. BISHOP & COM SflyiJiGS BUM Office at banking building on Mer- chant street. Savlng Deposits will be received and interest allowed by this Bank at IVi per cent, per annum. Printed copies of the Rules and may be obtained on application. BISHOP 8c CO. Ladies' Capes , A new lot of large sizes received, hv will be sold at the same prices as the smaifer ones, as .follows : LADIES' CAPES AT S2.50 ' Make your selection before the sizes are gone, for these Capes will move quickly at prices quoted. Umbrellas We can give you an Umbrella for 75c; but if you want a Silk Umbrella witk a nobby handle, w e have them at from $2.50 to S9.00 each. So two alike. TT? rr5"? TT rn. ?- .'sssfr - "' Tramways Time Table. KING-STREET LINE. . CsT3 leave Walkiki for Town at ZA5, 6:15. 6:45 a. a., and every 15 minutes thereafter till 10:45. 11;15 and 11:45 p. a. froa Walkiki so to the Punahou Stabtos. Cars leave Rifle Rane or Paw3a switch for Town at 5:5S a. tn. and every 15 minutes thereafter till 11:05 p. a. Cars leave Fort and King streets 'comer for Patama at S:1S a. m. and every 15 minutes after till 11:25 p. m. Cars leave for Palatal only at 5 and 5:39 a. tn. Cars leave Palama for Walkiki at 5: 15 a. m. and every 15 minutes till 9:45 p. m.. then at 14:15 and 14:43 p. m. The 11:15 p. xa. from Palama for Punahou only gos to Walkiki on Saturdays. Cars leave Fort acd King streets corner for Rifle Range at 5:28 and 5:50 a. a. Cars leave Fort and King street corner for Walkiki at &: a. m. ani every 15 minutes till lt:5 p. m.. thi at 10:35 and 11:05 p. a. Tfca 11 33 p. m.' goes to Walkiki oa Satnrday only. BERETANIA STREET AND VALLEY. Cars leave Punahou Stable for Town at 5:30 and for Town and Valley a 5:40. 5:50, 6:1. 6:30. 6:4, 7 and 7:20 a. m. Cars laave Oahe Collage for Town and Valley at 6:30. 6:S& and 7:10 a. m. ana every 10" minutes Oil 10:10 p. m., except the evsn hour and half hour cars which run from the Stable Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6.1", 6:30. 6:59 a. and every It mlnutoi thereafter till 10:50 p. m. Cars leave Fort and Queen streets for Punahoa College at 6:0. 6:23. 6:45 a. m.. and every 10 minutes aftr till 9:45 p. m. After that the cvs run to the Stable up to 11:05 p. n whlch Is the .last car from Town, reaching the Stable at 11:30 p. a. A FRESH HEAT MARKET Supplied daily with fresh killed meats and Vegetables. AT YOUR SERVICE. also . . A LARGE GROCERY DEPARTMENT FRUITS. ETC., ETC. Orders delivered to any part of the city. C. a. YEE HOP & CO. Corner Bcretania and Alakos. Pno.NE Blce 2511. Furniture Work a Specialty. All Orders Promptly Executed. SING LEE TAI CARPENTER CONTRACTOR PAINTER 548 King Street Honolulu. H U Iff 3 l! ft I fli 1 2.75 in 3-00 " ... - :;.. 5x0 6.50 f3 V tf L asTsaV i lfTT "Vr-5 ' T I Hi! IT ffl. bbM SSpSaSfiSUsKSglgggSgg jgaMS'AW"HliWW"M""