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ffubllshcd IJvcry Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of II by the
BULLETIN PUnLlSHINO COMPANY.
EVENING UULLETIN, HONOLULU H. T., MONDAY, FnnitUAIlY 4, 1001
OUN ID I If
(Continued from pnge 1.)
counties and towns nml municipalities
within the. Terrltori of Hawaii and
WALLACE H. FAHHINOTON ..Editor Wr1d6 for the- government thereof.
"Tho laiiBiiuKo of the Act c-annot be
Entered at tho Post.Orilc. at. Hotul-'
lu as'iecoiid class matter
Per month, anywhero In U. S. .. .75
Per year " " " s.oo
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13,00
Payable lnarl.ibly In advance.
Post Office Hox 71s
MONDAY rnimi'AitY I, 1001.
Mrs. Helen GotiKar says she repre
sents some magazines. The magnzlnes
Mrs Helen Goitgnr need have no
fear. She will not be martyred by -the
city of Honolulu. Sho lias started out
on her visit here In a manner that
show her ns a leniperanco advocate to
be beneath contempt.
Daniel Webster criticizing the cen
tralization of power In the Executive.
said. "Who Is he that reversing the
order of the stale would poise a pyra
mid of the political system upon Its
apex?" That s Just where Hawaii's po
litical system has betti poised and for
that reason the certainty of Its fall
Is not debateable.
T1III .lUDC.Ii'S CHARGE.
Judge Humphreys- charge to the
Grand Jury Is the most telling, the
most severe arraignment of the sys
tem of government prevailing In Ha
waii, that has eer been uttered. It Is
telling because tempered with tho con
servative presentation, of American
truths and principles which arc at once
the life blood nnd bulwarks of Ameri
can liberty. Tho nrralgnment Is se
vere as any statement of fact regarding
governmental conditions must be when
compared with the fact as well ns the
theory of American government.
What arraignment can bo more se
vere than the preexisting fact of an
Executive power holding sway with no
other checks or safeguards than Its
own self nsserUvc and self sanctified
will. This Is not all. Even today with
Hawaii an Amercan Territory, Hono
lulu an American city In name, the
authority of the government has no
other check upon It than Is to be found
In the lnqullstorlnl duties of the (Iran I
Jury. What wonder Is It that the
Judge Is led to an exhaustive discus
sion of local self government as found
In American fact nnd as grossly and
negligently lacking In Hawaii's much
vaunted Amctican fiction.
It is snfo to say that Judge Humph
reys will be criticised, that ho may be
condemned for tho desttuctlont)f"the
Idols that have been paraded before the
people of these Islands credited with
being creatures of advanced and llber
al government. Tho best reply Is the
Judge's -own quotation from Daniel
Webster: "And who Is he so Ignorant
of the history of liberty nt liome and
abroad; who Is he. yet duelling In his
contemplations among the principles
and dogmas of middle ages; who Is he,
ftom whose bosom nil original Infusion
of American spirit has so entirely eva
porated and exhaled that he will con
tend that It Is the peculiar duty of
executive rcr to care for liberty'"
In the specific details of his charpe,
Judge Humphreys deals with condi
tions that ate nt onco the creatures and
the result of Executive Indlffeicnce nnd
the Incapacity of centralized govern
ment. Iwllel with Its semi-legalized
lawlessness Is far from being tho pro
duct of advanced Christian civiliza
tion. The system of pollen paid lnfor
nieis needs no more favorable eom-
mlstnken. Not only may the Lcils
laturo provide municipal governiucnt
lor cities, but for towns ns1 well, so that
the people of every village and hamlet
may become a municipal corporation
ir they desire and the Legislature so
"Congress has not only conferred
upon ns this power, but no doubt ex
pected nnd Intended that the neonlc of
these Islands when congregated In set-
dements vxonld promptly enter upon
their privileges nnd estates as free and
self governing communities. No peo
ple Imbued with tho spirit of liberty
and a high sense of civic duty has ever
failed to tho so.
"Our greatest writer on American
Constitutional law, Judge Cooloy In
speaking of municipal government,
snvs: In America the first settlers as
If Instinctively, ndopted It In their
frnme of government nnd no other 'ins
ever supplanted It, or even found ndvo-catcs.'
Judge Hmnplire.VR then quoted ex
tensively from Judge Cooley. showing
t the decentralization of power to be the
1 American Idea of government. .
; "Judge Cooley did not over reach the
1 mark of history vhen he stntnd that
'municipal government has existed In
Englnnd from the enillest ages." for the
fact that Englishmen have been nulli
fied for the enjoyment of political fiee
ilori Is mainly due to those nnelent lo
cal Institutions by which they have
been trained "to self government. The
am. Irs of the people have been adminis
tered, not onl In Parliament, but In
the. vestiy. the town council, the board
meeting nnd the Court of Quarter Ses
Thus we see that our American li
berty has an ancestry, a pedigree, n his
tnry. Our ancestors brought to the
American continent nil that they
deemed vnluable In the political Instl
tutlnns of Englnnd. discarding what
they believed to be objectionable.
"One of the first acts of the Legisla
ture of Connecticut In 1030. was the In
corporation of all towns In the colony
Tho establishment of municipal cor
porations ns local republics was the
original policy throughout New En
gland, and It had. said Chancellor Kent.
(2 Com. 275, n. n.K 'a. benign nnd dura-
ble effect upon" tho Institutions and
moral ,nnd social character of tho peo
Judge Dillon who occupies a posi
tion on the apex of authority on the
subject of municipal corporations, says
that "with nil of Its drawbacks the Am
erican sstenof popular municipal or
ganization and administration. Is be
yond controversy, thb fairest -to tho In
dividual citizen, and., on tho whole, the
most satisfactory n Its 'operations nnd
results of nny that has yet been de
vised.' "Any other conclusion would be equi
valent to ndmlttlng that the people are
Incapable of enlightened self govern
ment; that holders of property ought
alono to be respected, nnd alone to be
endowed with political and municipal
rights- That the few should govern the
many, nnd that our representative sys
tem, the llower of modem civilization,
based upon the right of every mnn to 11
voice In the local nml general govern
ment. Is n fi.llure.
"To show how thoroughly, strongly
and deeply tho Idea of local self gov
ernment Is Imbedded In the minds of the
American people and our foremost
statesmen. 1 need only quote Piesldent
McKlnley's letter to the Secretary of
War In refeience to tho Instructions
which tho latter was directed to give
to tho Commissioners to tho Philippine
Islands. Tho President said: 'Without
hampering them by too specific In-
natives of the Islands, both In tho cd Hint minors wciu so employed.
cltlra find In flm iiim1 ,..,.,,,. .!,!.... tllftlKI1 .1(111 to lllllkp Htllltlilt- Imtlliriv
shall be nffotded the opportunity to.SiZtrtT'lr;
8tri!Pffnna tlmv dim. 1,1 t - 1
:S",:r',','B!"::mirci'j'n'' " t.ir ct.o ;
the first InKnnco to the establishment
of municipal governments, In which the
Till, llllllllp InktlriltlflMu nf Llin Top..!- '
tory nre so far ns the peoplo nre con
cerned, allowed to run themsolvcs.-Tlils
condition Is due rather to a low de
Bieo of clvle pride. Indlfferenco bred
of centralization, than to dishonesty.
The Independent, thoughtful Orand
Jury can. If It will ncenmpllsh much
townrd wakening public olllcers and
the people to their duty, a work that
will be completed only when decentraN
Izatlon Is complete.
Tfiis Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
Cape Town, Jnn. 23. General Kltch.
ener Is disposing great fortes semlclr
culcily, his extreme left resting on
the sea, to circumvent tho Doers. The
columns move simultaneously In touch
with each other. Tho greatest danger
of the situation Is tho possibility of
General De Wet's appearance In Cape
Colony. It Is believed that none of the
.Dutch would resist his personal call to
nrms. They think tho fnmo of Napo
leon nnd Wellington pales In tho pres
ence of his military genius. Among n
number of captured letters Is ono from
General Herzng to President Steyn
asking for 1000 unmarried young men
to enter Capo Colony and get up recruits.
Return of Pig llunterti.
The rnvnleado of pig hunters, headed
by A. K. Vlerru, Will Wright nnd
Trunk Rowland, returned Sunday even
ing frnnuho valley of Iloaeae without
nny plunder. They rodo fifty miles and
didn't seo a sign. Some clnlms that It
wns the tain that sent tho rooters to
their hiding plices, but others Insist
that John I.eonoro nnd 13111 Ekvln wero
hoodoos. Notwithstanding their bad
luck, tho hunt will bo repeated In the
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a llvlnR In
a legitimate wa. My motto
Is "HONTST WORK AT IIO.V
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to Ft
St. opposite the Club Stables
Telephone, White 3571, wh-re
I have In stock the following
enameled 'Iron and steel clad,
with pickle p'ated trimmings;
al wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet styles.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
and muble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Bollersand Stands
Water Pipe. Faucets and Trim
m'ngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Estimates Furnished. .
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
manage their local affairs to tho full
est extent of which they nro capable
and subjr-i. to the) lenst degree of su
pervision nnd control.
J "It is n sttange operation of fntc that
the people of this Territory, now Am
erican citizens, have no voice In the
ndmlulstmtlon of their loeaPconcorns,
nip not permitted to elect even a petty
constable or a school director, and nro
living under a system of Intensely cen
tralized government which would not
bo recognized In a klndergnrten of gov
ernmental llbeity nnd enlightenment,
while the, Inhabitants of n distant land
who nie waging war agnlnst us are per
mitted to enter the highway of civic
privilege and franchise ' '
The question which we should put
to ourselves nt mistimes Is not how
cheap, but how good n government ran
wo have, g1ng to all a- voice In Its
ndmlnutratlon. iv people who secure
economV.Jit tho owns'o of popular li
berty. nrenfter all the most extrava
gantly governed. The loss of civic 11
ircuy is me greatest nilsrortune which
can befall any people. Centralization
of power In the state may mean the
saving of dollars and cents, but It also
means death to the hopes, death to the
highest alms nnd aspirations of the
people, denth to civic virtue nnd na-
The Judge here made n tiling quota
tion from Daniel Webster's speech In
"Gentlemen of the Grand Jury:
There may be designing nnd selfish
men here; there mny be men here, ns
there have ever been men, who evinc
ing n vetteurnteiess subserviency to
those temporarily In authority that
their lust for pelf and power may be
gratified, will say that this Is a poli
tical question not entitled to n place
In a Judicial deliverance. Hut such
men nre cither Indifferent to or Ignor
ant of our glorious history, or else they
craftily seek to Impose upon the Ignor-
nncc of their confiding fellow citizens.
The question .of local self
government can no more bo made a no
lltlcal question than enn the right of
the peoplo to trial by Jury, or to be se
cure from unreasonable searches and
seizures, or than can nny other canon
of liberty of which they nre so proud
Gentlemen of the Grand Jury: You
are nn Inquisitorial body and your
powers nre very large Indeed. It will
be your duty to make Inquiry as to the
commission of nny crlmo which mny be
within the knowledge of any Individual
Orand Juror, or which may bo submit
ted to you by the Attorney General.
and. finally, such as may be brought to
your attention by private parties. Hut
I worn you gentlemen to beware of pro
fessional or paid Informers, a spocles of
human vermin that seem to havo pros
pered exceedingly well In these Islnnds.
under the nourishment afforded by li
beral legislative appropriations. After
careful examination nnd Inquiry I have
been unable to find ,)hnt any State or
territory makes, or even has made.
appropriations for the pay of Inform
ers. In that respect "Hawaii, as In
many other instances, stnnds alone and
tinenvled. Speaking from observation
and experience as n practitioner at the
Hawaiian liar. 1 mny say that I have
never known n paid Informer to' testi
fy In the courts of Honolulu who did
not confess to n record ns a criminal, or
wno did not. otherwise, by his' testi
mony, show himself to bo vastly more
deserving of punishment than tho per
son he was seeking to convict. And
to n certnln extent this observation ap
plies 10 inoso rarasltes who bang
nrounit the stntlon houso nnd enjoy nn
unearned support at tho expenso of
honest tnx payers under tho gulso of
i:ver:Mnif the dniH of Titus Oati-
no ninriii.-r tins Invn n guided with
nlli 11R Mild roliti'iupt netllr to lie l
llev.il uiir trusted. 'I'll Imve Itii t"
.....,., ,,,,,,,,.,-n , iinwilll win-re run.,
lent iHiiplc bale 1,,-,-n iinwis iited llinmcl,
Hie miiM-pli ill-leu nf Informers.
inn niouiii ni nv I,,,,,,!,,. llto
f 1-ilm-t, nil. nn.. I ... I...... , ...'.
, " . ,'A' " ''"' IW'll l-ulllllllltl-,1,
mt Intii the ikhii.il.-i iiieut of all public
liillliilliiiis as well.
In 11 guv eminent, im h ns f nn. liilnr
under In this u.untiy i,.d.i, vvlieii' the
V.llel'ri lllld tnliiit,-w !,. I
,, " "i, " inr
Icitlnll iim 1.1 mull, .iv ,,r mil, 11.
11 fi'iiil.'KK. (iiiiscleuLjuiiH and ludi h udenc
.,..... ji ,,, nn, nn. 1 niiiiin'cxijr.'li' 11 !.
I . ,
IiH.uiio iih to the liimuliM, thejr
Inlliii iki fur tuoil.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber.
mine .vnti inn) i.uiiiiiciit K, m,,!,
" " j ii iii-ciii iiuii-r. I i Inn .-
nnd sHHllliiiy ,111,,-t ,, j. im,.,,.
tHrntc Hint imiliiiu yf this i-nmmuuitv
known iim Iwllel. 1 mid. ciiiud tm, (,H
Im-illitv is cnl.tiiiz.-.! In- I,,-.,, 1. ,..., '.-....
Inst grand Jury n-pniicd to this Court
Unit, ''the condition (it the pieiiilsi-s nml
g.-ii.-iiil liiiiuiigciiH-nt, which is rmnlucUil
..,. r 1 nr hiiim i-kium l the I'iiIuc Dr.
PV Iim nt uil t) liiiiinl f lluillh. is as
halisfiiil.ii-y ns .mild . expected, mo,
rfif, this Khnini-lcHs vmntlnii must I e
toleniti-.i ns n msesniy evil." Gentle.
wen, t he ;,ii- wns well ndili-d. for
tills Hliinu.-h'HH vocation" mtiKt not be,
Kl"" t, I ili-inlct. It has enme to
nij knowledge that then- nrt ncconiinoda
t nils nt iw-ili-l for upwind r L'.lll j,r,1H.
Unites that nil rooms me lillc.1 nnd that
limie nie in demands Hint little K,U,
"","; !'"' " Ilinn twelve jeniH old,
nnd lulpli-M women m. compelled t u,,
their bodies ll.nt their Jnpnnese nnd
l'lcnh iiiiisteis mny llw- In lilb-ness u.
ease. Hint these loiidltbins nn- fnr
teiii iIiik 111 their ileli.iHlug nml loinuit.
A i Inlliieiices is not 11 .lel.atefnl iiies.
As If to nimpletu the Hlinuic ami dls
urnie which this iiioi-nl jilnmie spot has
lnoiiprit iimiii lb.- city. I uiiilt-iMiiiiil that
the hovels in ulili h . ii-otiiti-M idv
their nefii riuiis tiiitne wcie Imllt for Hint
pm pose by 11 c-uiitpiiiiy eiijoviiiic 11 ciirisir
nte frail, hise trniii this Ten lion, mid
tlinl nt lenst two of tin- lh ,- ,tnt f ,
ciirisirntlon whl.li imili, VWH Mml u-m
these mlseriiblo baziims of crime, nie
men who hold liii-h iillulnl positions in
A iiiiiiiiiiiiiity In which siic.i HiIubh enn
be done Is totally Iniklnic ill lilgh public
K.-ntliiiint nnd u in,.niU me nt 11 lmv
mid (oiistmitl) .IIiiiIiiIkIiIiuj i-bh. t w-l
I..- vnur duty to ImcKtlgntp this matter
fully ttieie enn l- no evnslitn.
I lint null' illicit nml liistriw 1 ,... ...
Imestltati- this idniie but I diiect and
iiisinni y,n 10 iisceiinin ever) fiut mid
ciiinlltloii thnt suit wslhly 11111 bearing
iiuiii its innliitenniice.
1 Instructed the (linrnl Jury Impnm-led
lit the August Term f ihlx, i'ourt to
IllUko lll.lll rv I" t.r.wliethl-c. All-e- nilnm.
I wem employed in the snloons of this city
as hnr-kepers. Thnt Grand Jury u-port-
mil. l.l.I.I L- UN n inn iiiiiiiiIik
fluid. tienliueiil.jiiil tlrn'sabltntloli of the
Kii.i.iiiiKs nun pn-inises r7 x T -1
oliseiinl In elinri!lnTC"nTe Inst Orand
Jiti), thnt, it Is linid to undcistnud how
n plijsieliui ejiJo.vlng a Inrge private prnc-tin-
enn gli- th( iinqier line nnd nttcii
linn to nn institution of tlil-I kind. Thnt
jury cihikIiImI wltn nie for Jhey reimrtecl
to the Couit, Hint ,'n their opinion, "no
visiting ili)slclnii, however inpulile nnd
conscientious enn satisfactorily nlten.l to
me ie.iiiiemeius 01 tins nstliini," nnd
they rccoiiiiiienilcd "thnt n resident physic-Inn
be "npHiliitisl who inn devote his
entire time mid ntteiiti.iu to the Inmates."
They nls.1 reioited Hint the last leglsla
Hue iiiii.li 1111 nppuiprlntl.ui for new build
lugs, none of which hud U-cti used, el
th.iiilth Wnrd No. 2 wns "In Hie Inst
since nf .l.s-iiy." V011 will send for Hie
I'lesiilciit of the Hoard of IIciim,, nml tlie
1 1rr1i11r.nl irensuu-r aim ascertain why
this nppioprintiim bus nut been nin.le
nv-nllnlile, If the iippioprlatloii wns In fact
,,l ilmtge j mi, Geiitlemeii, to visit the
, .-iiiiim mi n .sun 1.1111 in iiivesiigale every
ili-tnil of Its mniiiueineiit. 1 .1.,.
side .von to Inspect this Institution, not
Ix-diiise 1 siispist thnt theie Is nnMlilnc
In It liinnngeiiient whlei culls for Inves
tigation, but licc-niisc it should In. under
st.Kid in this coiinti-v thnt lieiiceforth
piilillc Institution will nunc under the
'e.ve or nn iiiiiilltorlnl Isidy.
"1 (hinge mid iln.-ct .von Gentlemen lo
Investigate the Ite'lorm cuool. I think
Hint .vim will liii.l In that Institution
nlsiilt Ihlity Ikiis (if nr.ving nges nml of
vniliiii uiitloiinlltie. You will Intel them
well housed, In n large jnrd fiom which
they could .iisllt' escnlie if llien, u-i,. i.l
sulli.-leiit uutiii 1 im nt to leinnln In the
shape or mi nhiin.lnucc of good food, clean
lieils. mid nuiple time mid mntes with
whldi 1.1 piny. 1 lliluk Hint )ou will nlsu
find Hint nlisoliitely no iis-oid Is kept In
III.' fnillllv llistorv of the Inninli-a nii.l
Hint the law of heredity nml ircitlHis.
Hon to crui-e ,s wholly ilisregn rded. Wrv
lime pin. lie liiten-st hthh to . tnkii
111 this iiistiiiiiiiin, mi.i the same obscrvn
(lull iinnlles to nil ot our nubile IimiIiii
lions, sinli bus been the Inlluenee of the
(enlinllr.sl governineiit heie. In wlileh
the people weie wnolly dlsivgniileil, mnl
III wlili h Hie) have linnlly come to be
lieve they have neither com em nor right.
The Iteform S.liool. however, more
lli.'in illi.v other pulillc instltiitinii, seems
In "run Itself," without Hi esllgbtest nt
tuition or .lli.stioii fiom those high
In authority. The Sujierliiteinlent or the
Institution recently inloriiied inn Mbit
luring hi foin-tis-ii jenrs Incumbency of
(in. 1 isis.iioii. on iy on six (lielent (ks-ii-
hIoii lind ii.eiii.H-i of the It, mnl of II.-.illli
viiiksi the institution nml I tint It hn.l
never iieen ollie ill v 1111. r.iimii 1- iisnect-
cd or iiiiestlitnted liy nny nuthnrlzeil liody
or liiilivliliinl. i-i cut 1 in- ci-mid birr eoi.
PiiiiikIciI nt the Inst August term of till
I unit, wlilcli. In use the Imigunge uf thnt
IhmI), in It II1111I ii'iKiil to the I'niiit, pnld
It " it passing visit." The Suiiciiiiteiiilciit
stnliil to me Hint nlthough he hn.l is
sa)(sl time nml time iiRnin to piocuiu
funds with which to establish imtiislrinl
features in I he school, he hn.l only Ik-en
iiblu In sis-uie tlie paltry sum of y.'ilKI.II
through the good nlh'ccs of .Mr. ('iHipt-r.
t Inn Attorney (ieiiernl. whleli wns used
in imivbasiiig the (iiilpment necessary Isi-f
1 en. 11 the inmiite mc tin.Ies ot tiiisinlths
nml saddler In whl.li some of them have
iiimle fair pnigiess, ns their worK nt the
institution will show.
.Mnny of the !) in Hie Iteform School
nnve ihs-ii (simmittisi tor the most trlvisl
offense, for purely Isi.visli pranks mid
M-tty (ieiin.uencics. while In other in
stance fully cumiieteiit nml nble tn cure
nnd provide for llicin, If thn,v were coin
pelted by Inw to do so. In resiHiuse to 11
question of mine, the SiiHrinlenlleiit
fmiiLly snld : "The truth Is none of these
Ihivm sliiiiild 1m here."
The Judge seiiss.si w'nipilug for cer
tnln off.-ndei but not fnviirnbly. v
In the due cniuse of )nur o.ce, (Jfnlle
lueii, )oii cmiiiot full 111 observe Hie mnny
liicoiigiiiltii- whl.li exist ill our iieunl
Jrtws: How in seme instances the in-iuiI-
ty is exlivinel) wveie nnd in others lb-
sin illy llthl: llnw the law protis'ls prop
el I), nnd lisrcgm-,. hoiinr nnd the Inte
grity nf the Inline. I 'or Instmiee: Sec
tion -ll of our I'emil Code provides that :
"Whoever liecligen,.)' or maliciously de
stiii) or Injuns any real or personal
propel ly of another, or injure or disturbs
another in auy of bis right or piivi
lege nf pel-sou or jiiiiih'II), shall lie
teemed guilt) of mitlkinti injury, and
shall be punished ,ty ImpriKoniiieiit r.t
bin. I lalsir not mote tli.in - vear. or bv
Hue not i-Meedliig S1.IKIII.IKI," while S.v
Hon till ot the IViuil Code prnviiles that :
"Hvciv 1111111 who lommits niliiltery shall
Is' piinlshnl by 11 line not cm ceding
SI I II 1,1 HJ nor less tliiiu .:ill.(KI, or by Im
piisomneut at haul lalsir nut more than
11! nor lis than !I mouth, or by Isilli
line nnd impilsiiuineiii wllliiu the' af.ue
mentloiiisl IIiiiIih. in the (lis. retl.ui of the
Conn." In other winds, ihe money pe
milt) fin- the iiiVeiie of iiiglieeully tu"nk
iug a fence, or kilo, km;: nut a win. low
pane, iiin.v be ten times gieuter than the
ulleiise ui wliriilly mid piissloiuitel) auiii
lillatlug Ihe penie, hnpiiiuchs nnd honor
of 11 home 1 1) ilelraiiibing a wife ami 11
iii'itln-r. Kudu Justice, violent, lawless,
excessive retribution lills n va. mini fiom
Willi ll the Justice ol mk let)- bus lenk.sl
out. Let so. i.-ty foils-iir to punish hoinl
eiile, mid blnod levcnge li.s-.mie uu In
slllulloli., I.--I it f.u bear tn punish nibil
tery nml t1"' aggrieved kill the oh"en.lcr.
lint meielv when (iiuglit In the nil, but
111 cnlcuhilieiii nml In, (old blood.
Tlie Inn Ki- iIoki.I w-itli iletalleil Iiisiii
lions 11 to the ilutles of Hie Attorney
trtiicinl mid pilvlleices of ting Jiiv.vmen.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
rT-TTTTTttttVtt HH Hmt
Sterling Blue Flame Oil Stoves
. Having closed out our old stock of the old
patterns, we are now offering the latest
Improved Patterns. Call(and ex
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In HouFehold and Kitchen Utensils
Ihese nre NEW GOODS and the QUAL-
1 1 1 anu t'KlUb will please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NhW INVOICES TO HAND.
A large stock will arrive on the-"VV. G.
IRWIN" now due.
and a large assortment cf useful HOUSE
HOLD UfhNSILS now being opened up.
Bethel Street Household Department.1
jj -. - "'-wtjiJ4Hji!;;ji5:na!::t!mm:J!t
ru-9 mr r a - ... t
i ne Keiiybpnngtield Solid
Rubber Tires 3-w.ReS2
outshines all other tires at every point of
comparison, and is the ONLY SOLID
RUBBER TIRE which gives universal
Don't be deceived by imitations. There is
no other tire as good, as lasting, or as
satisfactory in any respect as the
Two Wired Tires.
Call and get prices from us. '
Merchant Strtet, AGENT
Betu ten Fort and Alakea Streets. ,
il: 1 . 3 L
ti4J-ine InlhnusanJ. nt ct
IT (.UKES HllTVbC. SinJ tor
"nookUT mi 1." AJJrtll
ilaEnctlc ULittc Trut. Cu.,
610 Mailut Street, SAN I RANOI5CU
1 1 !! mmh amwmum ,
Columbia Phonographs and Records !
A. NEW INVOICE JUST RECEIVED-
ables and Chairs.
ALSO ,n o Latest DclKns.
AND HAND LAMP.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
C. W. A1ACFARLANB, Mnnnfter.'
Q $5.09' per case,
J8 H0FFSCHLAE0ER S
Company, Ltd. ii-
, KINa AND BBTHEl STREETS. k-Jf
$1150 per M.
4 dozen quarts
2 dozen quarts
Calabashes turned from Koa and
other native woods.
'Beats any proposition ever.offrred to
the public before In Honolulu. You
can buy an artistic modern six room
house, first-class plumbing with en
ameled fixtures for Sjooo.oo, right In
the heart of the city. Electric and
horse cars within one block.
$40 OO per month.
If this does'nt beat paying rent, what
See plans and learn particulars from
Chas. E. Moore,
Room 6, Magoon Block,
74Q-im Merchant and Alakea Sts.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscriber! are furnished with from
five' to six lists per week, giving tin ac
curate record of deeds, mortgage,
leases, releases, powers of attornr
etc., etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 2.00 P
A. V. GBAR,
uiM nulldlng. Honolnl
v W. THRUM
OOM HO. 10, SPR'eGKEIA BLOCK 1
Pl nUtlon Work a Spedtlty.
v l,?TKe .,,ract. .f lar1d "uated In Nuuanu i
Valley, Honolulu, contslnlng 20 acres,
raore or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Satoon premises, wltli buildings and
Grounds cultivated w(th fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
'72'tl I? Kaahumann Sr.
d Tihecf?l.,i0W,n. blcyclM r now at the
rollce btatlon and owners ra h. n,.
ofVbPv0rtnf P"perty anJ pay'n txP"
Tribune. No. Attn: fnlnnhl-, Kl s V
I Columbia, No. 6uf: EldredgevNo. 24716!
Imperial, No. 14506. ijifrtf '
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