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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JULY 20, 1899.
FAREWELL TO CHAMBERS
of Samoin Bar
Refers to Dwum;ul from Commission SUlirg
Reasons for Ills Departure, but De
cides Not To Hake It Public.
Tho Bunion Herald
of July 15
Hid IIotDT Chief Justice Cham
bers to )k his seat for the last time
on thu bench. There boing a
number ot rnsidoats preiont to bid
His Ilouor good bye. After some
ordinary business had boon trans
acted, Mr. Hotheringtou-Car-
ruthors rose uml addrf ssed
ilonor, he being tno seuior mem
ber of the bar ns follows:
Tho thought that I nm now ml
drcssiup your nonor for thp hist
time unses iu me laden with re
grote. In my first addresses to you as
Cbipf Jua'ico I ventured to pre
dict thiit when your terra of otlice
was completed you would go
"bnughig in your sheaves" and
that prediction has beou amply
The members of tho bar of this
Court have strong reasons for
piido and nntNfiotion tint yet
another Juc.lj0 of tho .Supreme
Court has beon wt'iijhoii the
bnluiibo nnd has n t bet-u fotiud
We will rtaiii pleasant remain
btnncos of your Ciiirtesj; your
patience, jour ability.
AVo havo pleasure iu bearing
testimony lhni it lias coutinnotisly
bten rcn le i videut to u that your
co s.-ie iv w- s diric iup your ju
dici'tl re io i and th .t fm s we
know aud buliv( every ju liiuut
you b'ti 'lt-liv-n im r ll e'ed
your hou nt o nnu'U u.
.-u i.iive li"ji t by I) r
Bing ppijlf-xitie?, uiiluult c , .ud
even tU jjera, tin ug out which
you havo domeaued yourself with
dignity and forbearauce, uuquail
lingly to the path of duty, over
clouded obscured and darkoued as
it was by hostile efforts, and only
illuminated bj the pare light of
faith that "right and truth"
although fortliemoment prostrate,
would yet ari60 triumphant, aud
your firmness and constancy, have
been rewarded by the confirma
tion of your judgment by the
High Commission, iu the Eiug
Wo rejoice that your health has
sustained tho heavy Btrain to
which it has been exposed and as
wo now say farowell to you we
would ulto say that the confidenc
between tho Bench and the Bar
has never been impaired that wo
hopo that we havo beon in Home
measure helpful to you, aud that
you will sometimes think kindly
of ub when you are far distant
In Baying farewell we assure
your Honor of our high eatoem for
ynnrrtplf, for Mrs. Chambers, for
Miss Chambers, your aoue, and
tho other members of your family
awl wo trust that joa ripened ex
poiionco and tho trials you have
punned through have only better
fitted ynn for a more exalted sta
tion which wo have no doubt is
MebSia. 11. L. Skeeu aud E W.
Qurr also addroasod His Honor.
Thoy corroborated what Mr. Car
ruthera has miid, and wished His
Honor and family a prosperous
His Honor iu reply caid: I know
tlint it is customary on occasions
liko this to havo speeches. Aud
for tho r. clpient to say he is taken
by fcurpiisu by truth aud candour
compelled him to say that they
had uot taken him by surprise.
Messrs. Oairuthers, Skeeu aud
Ourr he knew bo well and bo close
had h-en their nVnn that
they u nlwiint imori-il rela-
tiouB. and he knew that
those gentlemen wished these
sentiments. He knew that these
couiispLi who came before tho
Bnr of th 0 mrt would defend
the righta and claims of tholr
olientf, no matter who they bo.
B.c he th poorest man on the
beaoh oi (ho richest, or the high
official tho membeia of this bar
pleaded for all aliko. The bar
risters had ooufi lotion in the
Judge, i .. ! i.o' o .! angle mem
ber of ilij 15 -i that ho could io-
membrr had v. r 5ad a Borious
difference, and ho would only ro
member them ns friends. Home
tiling had beon done and Bttid
which ho could not approvo o.,
otherwiso ho would have stayed
longer. Iu bidding them fare
well with a heart full of duty he
could uot forget Mr. Deuvora, tho
Clork, for his fidelity to him, who
had whilo far from well stuck to
his post and porformed his duties
iu spite of nil. He also mado re'
cognition of tho other officers of
(ho Court, and wished the Solici
tors' to do all in their power to
recommend thorn to his successor
in oflico. His Honor said that he
would also like to place on record
Hie kindnee6 In had recoivod
from Mr. E. F. Alien and Mr.
Kragor whilo iu Boasion at Savnii
and Mulifanua." Ho olso made
rofereuce to a document which ho
had recoived from tho High Com
mission and which he said would
explain why ho was leaving Sa
moa, but that he had decided not
to make it pubiio at present. Hia
Honor atari thanked tho Press for
rhn mnnnpr in wliir.ll it W8.B COD-
H'Bi ducted. He Baid he know that
pressure had been brought to
bear upon it but withnll it had
had come out in a victorious man
ner, froo from all cliques. Ho
would again bid them good-bye,
and trusted that Samoa would see
This queer wny
Of serving newa.
Had a bust,
Go to ae- it
Will she go ?
Better ask her,
I don't know.
Lopt Bk'bt of land
Bl. w whietlo.
Boat from 'Frisco
Off the Head,
Out of bed.
Lou (,' bofore
She's at the dock:
What's th" price
Of Sugar Stock ?
At half pist three,
Street car due
No state affair,
Big state funotion
Ainl it queer ?
Band can't play,
Borno through town,
At San Juan
Let it slip,
Man on Tantalus
Fired a gun,
Hnd a ruu.
Girl got married
Sometimo hist June,
Weut to 'Frisco
Forgot tho groom.
Board of Health
Ib on the scent,
I hear thoy will
Up n etrurap,
He broke the pump.
Something wanted I
Would you win ?
W. F. Sadin.
TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE.
Itoumy snit ConTeiilent uml Dtalgntil to
lie Krected In lllocki.
.Copyright, 1S0S. by Ocorpe Pnlllser, 32 Park
place. Now York.
When ground bocomos nenreo, It natural
ly ptts Mir? Milunblo, nnd this state of af
fairs at suburban points necessitates build
lni where spaoo tuust bo fully utilized anil
tho streot fronts built In solidly. This
luoaus oltlfled homes nnd brlok construe-
tlon to Riiard nanlnst Ions by Arc, cto. It
Is n lnarupormunont method of homo build
Inn than tlint of ordinary framo housos.
Philadelphia Is noted for this class of Im
proponents. Its streets havo miles of such
homos, nnd Its rltlzons nronot crowded In
to such miserable spaces ns nro thoso of
Now York. With n home, for onch family
or not mora than two families, thcro Is nn
air of freedom and Indepcndnnco about Its
occupants tlint living In a flat can nccr
begot. And to tho small suburban homo
wo must look for roll of from tho conges
tion of city llfo.
Simple problems nssunio artlstlo porpor
tlons whon lookoil HK)n with tho right In
spiration, nnd if tho Hit dwellers of Now
York would only do n little inoro thinking
nnd consul t their best Interests there would
1 DINING ROOM
rinsT n oon ri.AN.
bo thoUHinds of them inovlnr; out to now
homos in the suburbs, w hern thoy could bo
their own landlords, pay the runt to them
fehes nnd benefit by tho rise and mhnuco
in tho lurnlngsof tin Ir on n savings, In
stead of palng rent to greedy Inmllords
and living In Ewnrms under ono roof, ns
Is so largely tho caso with tho uirudwullors
The design here lllustrntid shous a two
story brlok housu to bo built In blooks nl
seTornl together. Tho wnlls nro 8 Inches
thick nnd can Ih so built nn where out
fide tho city limits. Thu building n IB foot
(rent nnd 40 foot deep; cillnr, T feet: llr.-t
loor, 1) feet 0 Inches; second floor, 8 feet !
Inehos high In elenr; turnaco In cellar to
bent whole houso; open nloUul pluted
iilumhlng; finish of floors n.irrow North
Carolina plno; woodwork of cypress. Suoh
History of Hawaiian Islands,
from their discovery to the pro
sent time, by Frof. Alexander.
Tho only work published covering
thin ground. For salo only by the
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B. W. JORDAN'S
Is Replete with Latest Designs in
Stamping, Drawn Work
ssaFULL LINES OFss.
Washable Embroidery, Silks, Stamped
Linens, Cushion Tops, etc.,
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
No. 10 Fort St., Up Stairs.
S'jKsatsfiir rjs& ig&jm
I BED ROOM
WZ)0VrH lm i
1 CLO CIO CLO
aeo room bed Room
WITH THE CITY FHRNITDRE STORE.
Good Embalming a Specialty. A full stock
of the latest and best undertaking goods
and paraphernalia, including several Black
and White Hearses.
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 846. NIGHT BELL ON DOOR.
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yOUNG TENDER COHN
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fRANKB PETERSON iCO.
6ECONI) FLUOIl I'LAK.
housoa can bo croctod In nu.Hiborsasohonp
ly ns tho onllimry frmno Iioubo of cquul
room nnd will ljn fur better. All tlint Is
wanted is tiio right locnllty, nnd tliu in
ostincnt U nfsuroJ, us linyora of such
lioniesuro always uniting und stand roady
to fllHhom ut a fulr iiroflt to tho.so build
Ihb thrini. n " "
0. A. GBOTE,
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
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cost. ClotheH donned, ropa!r& nnd
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II. I. 1208
Dewey, the man,
On To Manila.
is depicted in
534 FORT ST.,
-Nurcomtr of ChipUIn Lo
Tsvelve different positions on
one sheet 5i oo
Twentyfour different positions on
one sheet Si 50
Gleaning and Repairing at Short Nolle,
and In th. best po s Ible manner
The campaign against Aguinaldo
is described in On To Manila.
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