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Vol. X fro: 1867.
Secretary Wilson vQuite
an Enthusiast, on
INTERVIEWS WITH MANY
.r CALIFORNIA SPECIALISTS
Brings Home Seeds aod'jtorel
Come Played on Ner Kmiahao
Organ New Music for'thf ,
Church and Orchestra.
Wray. Taylor, Commissioner of
Agriculture and Forestry, returned lit
tho Zcalandla after an absence of sl:
wccks, sixteen uayi 01 wmen were,
spent on the sea. Ho left his wife la
fairly good health. Upon the arrival
of the Presidential party In San Fran
cisco, Mr. Taylor called on Secretary of
Agriculture Wilson and presented his
letters to him. He also saw him ov-
'cral times afterwards. He Is a great
enthusiast on agricultural matters said
Mr. Taylor to a Bulletin reporter this
' morning. Mr. Wilson thinks there Is a
great future for the agricultural pros
perity of the Isuands, and asked many
ciuestlons us to the work of Jared
(I. Smith on starting the U. S. Expert
mont Station. Ho wants to help tho
Islands all he possibly can, and docs
not hesltato In saying so. Owing to the
Illness of Mrs. McKlnley the plans of
the Presidential party were completely
changed aud they ret irneil to Washing
ton "direct sooner than expected. Sec
retary Wilson said lie Intended to visit
the Islands next year turly and ho be
lieved the President would do so. The
icccptlon to tho President In San Fran,
clsco was very enthusiastic and the
decorations very fine.
Much of Mr. Taylor's time In San
Francisco was spent In visiting places
where he could possibly obtain any In
formation beneficial to his office. He
spent much time with Mr. Alex. Craw,
State (Jtur&ntlnc officer, a very court
eous centleman who was evidently
pleased to meet the Commissioner anjl
talk matters over with him.. Mr. Tay
lor went thoroughly through the
grounds and, conservatories In tho Gol
den Gate Park, was in the mountains
among the forests, and has ordered a
large number of forest tree seeds, vege
table and other seeds that will bo tried
herc.Hc met E. M. Ehrhorn, Santa
Clara county entomologist, Mr. Chts
holm of the Pasadena nursery, and
other's who wcro oil more or less In
terested In the Islands and asked many
questions. Mr. Taylor made many ap
pointments with parties who desired
information concerning the Territory.
Ho went all overjthe experiment sta
tion at Berkeley and had a delightful
visit with Prof. BhV. Hllgard, director
of the station there. Prof. Hllgard was
very much Interested in the Ulands
and hearing about, hern v in his line.
Prof. E. J, Vlckson, the-hortlculturlst
expert took Mr. Taylor through tho
agricultural building, giving a full ex
planation of everything. Miss Alice, F;
Crane, tester and examiner of seeds,
was met here and Mr. Taylor promised
to send her seeds from the Islands.
During his stay In the city the Com
missioner tasted the Logan berry a
cross between a raspberry and black
berry. It looks more like the black
berry and has a 'nice taste. Mr. Tay
lor has ordered many 'of these' plants
and cuttings which' will be for distri
bution when they arrive. He had a
letter from Dr. Stubbs who was in
(luffalo, as to a consignment of vege
jble seeds which will shortly be sent
to the Islands from the Louisiana Ex
periment Station. I feel, said Mr. Tay
lor, that ay visit to the Coast and what
I have -seen and learned will be of
great benefit to the future conduct of
The reporter asked Mr. Taylor If
there was anything new in the rauslctl
line. He replied by stating that he had
THE FIRM OF
McClellan, Pond & Co.'
announce that they
have removed their
offices to ': : i r
Rooms 503 .'and 594
where they, are prepared to
give to their clients prompt
and careful business service
In the lines of Real Estate,
Insurance and Investments.
WRAY T&Y OR HAD
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played on the, new pipe organ "built by
the Dergstrom Organ'Co. of San Fran
cisco for Kawalahao churchy It Is a
sweet toned Instrument, has two man
uals and seventeen stoiis When In
position It will have a vef toramand
Ing presence as tho decorations are
very attractive. It was shipped on
the'barK Mohican which was to. have
left Sari Francisco flvo hours after the
Zealandla. I met a' number' of tho
prominent San Francisco, musicians
who were very courteous to me, and I
hare brought lots of new muslo for th
Amateur Orchestra, and tome church
music, I thoroughly enjoyed several
excellent concerts by the Golden Oa'.e
Park band, a fine organisation. No
great musical artists were, in the city
at the time of my visit. . ' -
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P( BW tho Coast yet'
eNCy: 'JITlM Herbert eft with the
Unlnn hniat "y tm, & am.
ifvuiviyitsjj vv. BUUtO opciiUlVllB Ul
been viNf that, he has succeeded in
raising which have been found' to pro
duce vrivn average of 110 beans to the
vine,' He 'received by the China Sat
urday 100,000 cuttings of the tame
species from Ceykon.
NOT SAY' GOODBYE
Judge A. S. Humphreys accompanied
by his wlfo and child left In tho China
Sunday for a short trip to tho Coast
and tho Judge's old home In Mltslsslp-
pi. V '
A soodJiuuibcr of the Judge's friends
were at the dock to wljh him n nl.-is-
niil-Journey and a safe return. The
enthusiasm displayed must Wnlnlyj
have' been gratifying for Mr. Humph
reys who has been tho center of n btttir.
attack by the Thurston gang ever tinrt
rn accepted the appointment 10 the
I"st Circuit bench tendered him b)
The' judge and his family arrived St
the dock about twrni: minutes uni
vIouh to the uallln.i of the stear.iur.
They had hardly Hteppuii from the car
riage before they were surrouinU-j ly
friend? and fairly jmuthered with Ids
As Humphreys passed .cross the dock
to the gang plank, ht was literally ivv
end with lets, and the lei women
yyrf practically bought out byJeUjjj
cnltvlr 'vi'r.u "ai'.dil iheTfluu'.ia im
pressing Hawaii's heartiest aloha.
Friends gathered about him and citi
zens who bad hitherto taken no part In
the warfare recently forced upon tho
Judge and tho public Joined In the
hearty hand shake and good wishes.
The proposal of three cheers for
Judgo Humphreys met with a lusty
response' all along the line and the
Sunday quiet of the day was broken
with a three times three and yet anoth
ei ns'the steamer1 drew away from the
dock. Thp Judge accepted the eviden
ces of good will In his umml affablo and
courteous manner. The gathering at
the dock, was thoroughly representative
except that none of the thirty-seven
members of the Dar Association were
noticed nor were Thurston, Hartwell,
Kinney, Ballou or Attorney General
Dole in evidence. Many friends went
to the dock on their way from church
but as the China left promptly at noon
they, were obliged to throw their leli
on board and shout their hearty aloha
as the big ship drew into the stream.
The only people dissatisfied or cast
down by the farewell given the Judge
were the Thurston aggregation and
the thirty-seven lawyers 'who having
becomo better acquainted with the
trend of public opinion aro well
ashamed of themselves.
NWhen asked about his trip by a
Bulletin reporter, Judge Humphreys
said, "We shall remain In San Fran
cisco several' weeks and then expect to
go to. my old home In Mississippi, Yes,
I shall go to Washington, but expect
to be there only, a lew hours. My
business there will be with the De
partment of Justice and on matteri
relative to the local administration of
Justice entirely aside from the attack
made upon me by Mr. Thurston."
" For groceries. ring up 'Blue 911.
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AT MURPHY HALL.
A 'most delightful program has beep
arranged f or he, coming. week at Mur't
phy hall. Mr. Bradley; who made such
a hit last Saturday night, will sing
during the rest of the week. Mr. Brad
ley has a clear tenor, voice which was
much enjoyed. Messrs. Felton and
Taylor, the two acomullabed pianists
will also assist at the entertainment
UUIIll IUU WCCJV,
A trio of fun maker has" been secur
ed In'the persons.pt Allan Dunn, John
Plver and J. Martin. ,
On last Saturday night, Miss Cards
Castle was applauded to the echo fot
her rendition of two of the master-
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Watch fop Prof. Williamson.
, The Oahu College ttudents showed
theirappiecla'tlon of Prof. W. W, Wil
liamson's work In tho school during
the last two years by presenting him
with a beautiful gold watch.
Mr. Williamson's efforts In behalf of
Pqnabou have been untiring for th
last twoyears, apd ho has lately be
come Immensely popular among tho
student body. The watch' presented
him Is well deserved. It Is a beautiful
gold time" pteco w(th his Initials en
graved on It.
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TVIONDAY, JUNE
List for Island of Hawaii
Police Up Before
MAKjEKAU SAYS THAT PAY
Special Officer Kaianua a FitrNo
Bach Person Exists, Says thelt
i : makna Statesman-Akina
V to Aid Some Frioatis.
The, police pay rolls" furnished the
principal topic of dlaentslon In the
Houso this rqornlng. The Hawaii po
lice, pay roll, was discussed first 5
Kwallko moved to take It up Item by
Item, but Dickey preferred' to refe t
pay rolls' to different committees.
"AVhy shall we refer these pay rolln
tojcemmtttccs?" asked Emmcluth.
r'We can save no time by doing It. We
might Just ns well kill the time right
here In the House. I think each Rep
resentative should clo as ho .blooming
pleases with the appropriations for his
Island, but do for" heaven's sake pass
this l)lll(as soon as portlliU" t t
After some ' ' discussion, Kwnllko's
motion ito, consider the pay rolls Item
by .item, carried. .
By districts -the. pay roll reads as
follow; South Hllo, (31,440; North
Illlo, r?,040; Hamaktu, -I6IS0; No
Kohala 1C2I0; South ICobala, (2520;
North Kona, (5SS0; South Kona, (57C0;
Ivan, (SSS0; Puna, (5010.
Ewmeluth stated that the only objec
tion he had to the pay roll was that II
gave eighteen more Jobd to Republi
cans. Mnk'ekau then let looso the sensa
tion of tho day. Ho raid: "I see here
a' condition of things which needs the
most lllgent Investigation.- You will
And oi't the pay roll an Item of (50 for
J Kalnnua, Walakea constable'. Fur
fXtt along on the special- officer, list,
you Wiil find an item of IIS for Kaia
nua. Now I know that no such special
officeii exists In Hllo. This thing uceds
looking Into, for how do we know that
some of these other names are not
blinds. Of course. Sheriff Andrew
knows what he Is doing, but have a
right to know how many of these Items
arc for bona fldo office."
"If this is the case. Mr. Speaker,"
Emmcluth began, "such a thing needs
the most diligent Investigation. To
expedite matters I move to, adjourn for
the day, referring each nay roll to the
delegation hailing from that Island."
Several members bbjetted and spokt
at such length, that Ak'lniv hastened
to explain matters.
"Mr. Emmeluth's motion," ho said,
"was made so that you gentlemen
might each get.ln and help your friends
on the different pay rolls. Carry hit
motion quickly, for you won't get such
a chance again."
"Oentlemen," said '"Emmcluth, "we
will save a great deal of time" this
way and get rid of endless debate. All
we have to do It to adopt the reports
of the different delegations. I am will
ing to trust the Island members."-
Finally, the House decided to take a
recess' until 2 o'clock. The time ot
adjourning was 11:35.
RECORD TRIP TO Y0LCAN0
The Baron von Waldthauscn who re
turned from Hllo In the Kinau Satur
day afternoon bears tho proud distinc
tion of having made the record trip to
Volcano and return. He arrived In
Hllo at 10 o'clock Thursday night and
went Immedlatedw to the Volcano, ar
riving there at 3 o'clock the next morn
ing. Without taking rest or-food, he
procured a horse and u guide and, went
down Into the crater. This' having
been done, he returned to Hllo, arriv
ing there at'10 o'clock and having two
hours to epare"before the departure of
the Klnau tor Honolulu,
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McKENZIB'S STRING SOLD.
Quite a successful horse sale was
held his morning at the Club Stables.
Six- horses owned by G. S. McKenzln
ot Hllo were sold at a good figure. Fol
lowing are the results of the auction:
Tom Ryder, 2:13&, brown gelding,
tigedj by Ayex. Button. Bought tor
$200, by Louis Marx. Socialist- for
1140 by Robert Ballentlne. General
Cronje, bought for (000 by Tom Wil
son. Billy McClosky, bought for (550
by Harry Evans. Mollie Connors,
bought for (1000 by Tom Wilson. Mer
rill's Faust, bought for (200.
AT THE ORPHEUM.
Lost In New York will be tho last
play presented by tfto Klleford Com
pany, tonight and tomorrow night be,
Ing the two last evenings of the en
gagement. ' The bill has .teen especially chosen
for tho farewell performances on ac
count ,of the opportunity afforded to
everybody In tho cast to appenr at their
best. Plenty of specialties are to be Ir.
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troduced by Jessie Norton and the oth
er singing member of the company.
The Ellefords have made arrange
ments with-the local management tn
return next. season with a fresh reper
toire of pieces, being entirely pleased
with the success ot the present trip.
Iost In- New York will bo the Inst
opportunity, of witnessing n purely
dramatic; performance for some Mme
to come and seats aro going rapidly far
tho farewell performances.
Evening Bulletin Incorporated.
Article of Incorporation have been
filed by the Bulletin Publishing Com
pany, Limited, with a capital stock of
(12.600, divided Into 025 share ot the
par value of (20 each, option being ire-
served to extend 4ho capitalization to
(100,000. The officers of'the Incorpor
ation, are: 'w, R. Farrlngton, presi
dent; Lewi S. Gear, accretary: A- V.
uear, .treasurer. Other stockholders
are: F. J. .Cross and W, ft. Sim. In
addition U the business' of a general
printing and, publishing r office, th
privilege of conducting a general man
ufacturing and mercantile business In
cluding the buying and selling of all
goods, wares, merchandise and stock!
Is specified. Tho term of years Is fifty
The Grand Jury reported to Judge
Gear at 2:20 Ihls afternoon. Foreman
Carter filed u supplemental report o
that of June 4th. A number of true
bills and nfllst of the" cases Ignored,
Were filed with the clerk.
Judge Oear, on behalf ot the citizens
of tho Territory, thanked tho members
of the Jury for the painstaking care
with which they had labored and finally-
excused the panel. V
The part of tho report relating to the
Investigation, of bribery and corrup
tion among the legislators says that
over 100 witnesses weer examined and
that n majority of thorn said they re
ceived thelt Information from news
paper' reports. Every rumor was trac
ed to'lts beginning without result us to
charges of bribery.
The Governor testified that the In
formation he had received was from
second or third hands, that at the time
his reply was given to the Sennte in
which he stated that he had Informa
tion ot a character that he could not
Ignore, that 'bribery of members was
going on lli.the Legislature, he ,had no
legal evidence of bribery or corruption
of members of the Legislature.
The experience with the Attorney
General and other officials is detailed
In full. High Sheriff Br.own said that
he was not ordered by Attorney Gen
eral Dole to look for oldencc of bribes
until the 17th or ISth of May and that
the Attorney Gencrnl had not given
him. any evidence or laid out lines of
Coerper.ThurBton's client, Bald that
he had paid money to an officer of tho
House, not a member, to secure, his as
sistance for- his bill. He would not
give the name of this man because It
might Incriminate himself. Efforts to
sccuYo the name through other sources
Every bill for a franchise waa inves
tigated, but the Jury failed to find evi
dence ot a corruption fund.
The report says that It was found
that money was raise! and spent .for
counsel and legal advice In reference
tc the Dispensary bill.
The free lunch at Nolte s was for the
country members and was paid for by
money raised from numbers of the
Home Rulep arty. Y '
The Military Club was visited by the
members of the Legislature, who paid
for their privileges but the report say
some ttbuseof these privileges existed.
Transportation company managers
said that some members hold annual
pusses over their lines.
BILLION DOLLAR BANK.
Now York, Juno 7. A cablo to tho
World from London suya: It is re
ported here that J. IPerpont Morgan 1
engaged In arranging for the establish
ment of a great Anglo-American bank
with a capital of one billion. It Is pro
posed to abolish all the principal finan
cial agencies and banks already en
guted'lri tho Anglo-American business.
The proposed Institution, it Is said,
wlllrbe.,the principal agency for the
already vast and rapidly growing bank
ing transaction between Europe and
Morgan Is understood to have asso
ciated with him In tho stupendous un
dertaking not only the principal capi
talist who aided Is th eorganlzatlon
ot the billon-dollar steel trust, but also
ANOTHER AMERICAN VICTORY.
London, June 7. Another ot Brit
ain' great racing trophies has been
captured by an American, Foxhall P,
Keene having' won tho Oaks' with Cap
and Bella H, ridden by Milton Henrf.
The owner, horso and Jockey aro all
thoroughbrow Americans; so tho vic
tory was not diluted, ca It was In the
case of the Derby, VeBterday long
odds wore obtainable on tho American
horse, but as tho odds shortened this
morning until Cap and Bells II stood
at tho head of tho list and started at 9
to 4 against.
It there Is anything wrong with your
Kodak or camera, take It around to the
repair shops of tho HONOLULU PHO
TO SUPPLY CO., they will make U
new for you".
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Senate Passes Number of
Items Without a
VIEWS OF COMMITTEES
FAVORABLY ACTED ON
Russell Secures Salary for Hilo Vete
rinary as Well as Hospital for
Sick Animals-Board of
The Senate got busy again today nnd
did somo more passing' of Items In the
Appropriation bill according to tha re
commendation of tne nrlous commit
tees to whom the Jtems were referred.
The Board of Health Items over which
It wbb expected thins vould he much
discussion, went through without a
Following are tho items that were
passed at this forenoon's session of'the
Senate: Pay Roll, Government Build
ings, (0000; .Salary of Janitor and
Keeper Capitol and Judiciary Grounds
nnd Buildings. (2400; Regular lj.iy
lloll. Electric Light, (12,00; Pay of
Lighthouse Keepers, !'I.S9; Pay of
Gunpowder and Kerosene Oil Kftpor,
Hllo, 1010; Pay of Gunpowder and
Keroseno Oil Keeper, Honolulu. (3000:
Salary of First Assistant Clerk, (24t"i:
Salary of Assistant Clerk.- (1200: Pay
of Reservoir Keepers. (2010; Puy of
Plumber and Assistant. (2040; Pay of
Tax Inspector. (2184; Pay of Shipping
Tenders, one nt (75 nnd one at (50, (.1,
000; Pay Roll, High Lltt'Pump, (1000;
Pay i)t two Engineers, (C000.,
Under tho Secretary's Department,
the following Items were passed: Inci
dentals, (3000; State Entertainments
nnd Ceremonies, (3000; Preservation
of Archives, (3000; Expenses of Elec
tion. (15.000: Printing and Advertis
ing, (1,800; Compiling and Publishing
Revised Laws. (MM; General-Expen
ses, (13,000. Another Item, as follows,
was Inserted In this department: "Fire
Proof Vault. (2300."
Under the Board ot Health, the fol
lowing Items wcro passed: Medicines,
(9000; Support of non-leprous children
of lepers, (12.000; Insane. Asylum, (31,
000: Segregation, Support and Treat
ment of Lepers. (160,000; Knlaupapa
Store, (45,000. Under this department,
tho following Item. was inserted accord
ing to th'erccommcndatlon of the com
mittee to whom It was referred: "For
Erection of Building for Non-Leprous
Children, (8000." .
There was quite a till over tho Item
of (2000 for medicines tor tho city dis
pensary. It was finally decided to pass
the Item at (9000, thUamount to be
spent for medicine lor government
physicians throughout the Islands.
Tho principal discussion of tho ses
sion was occasioned by tho proposition
of Dr. Russel to Insert an Item of (780
for the erection ot a quarantine sta
tion for live stock. In Hllo. The Item
was fought by Mr. Acht who, during
the course ot his remarks, said that he
believed the veterinary surgeon at Hllo
was working In his own Interests and
tor a place to treat any sick animals at
Hllo -which might, come under hlst-
tcntlon. Notwithstanding tho great ob
jection made, the Item finally passed
at (500. M) t,,
Mr. Paris,, who was another staunch
fighter against the, Item, Immediately
moved that (500 be appropriated for
Mahukona for tho same purpose. He
finally withdrew this and Mr. Carter
moved that an item of (1200 for a
stockman to take care ot the Hllo pltfce
be Inserted In the Appropriation bill.
This was 'finally twisted about so that
the Item, a finally passed, stood a
follows: "Veterinary' Surgeon for
-Tho recommendation i ot the commit
tee to the effect that the Item ot (789
for salary ot Keeper Mausoleum
Grounds,' bo stricken out, was not look
ed at with favor by the Senate. The
Item passed aa In the bill. . f L
1 'At' 12 m.,' the Sonata took' a recesi
until 2 o'clock' this afternoon.
The Oceanic steamer Zealandla arrlv
ed this, morning from San Francisco
after a very pleasant voyage. She did
not leave for Honolulu" until, the utu
Inst., being detained discharging and
loading. On the 0th she began dis
charging her sugar In San Francisco
and sixty hours later-the was on her
way back here with a good cargo of
merchandise. Her arrival with plenty
of fruit and vegetables has averted" a
famine in these-articles as-there were
no potatoes and but little fruit In
FIGHT ON THE CHINA.
There 'came near being a-tragedy on
tho deck of tho China yesterday morn
ing shortly before thn steamer sailed)
Ono of tho Chinese. boatBwalna and a
sailor became. Involved In a row nbout
soma turtles uud thu sailor struck the
boatswain, The latter diew his
sheath knife and made a lunge at his
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MtstttaMtatsnMMIsslMM A. '-..'',' ' jfjif
assailant cutting him In tbo arm. He
started to cut the man again but had
the knife taken away from him. Pro
curing another from the galley ho
started after the sailor again but was
seen by police officer Flint who seeing
that ho had to act quickly landed tho
boatswain In the jaw with bis fist. Thn
blow disarmed tho Infuriated celestial
and ho nnd the deck formed a closo
acquaintance. Tho belligerent boat
swain was put In Irons and locked up
aboard tbo vessel as he being a Chinese
could not be brought ashore.
Did Pine Work.
Pilot Macaulcy opened tho eyes of tho
watcrfrontcrs this morning by the way
he handled the bark Andre' "Welch, af
ter the tug had dropped her off tho
light hoiiBfl. She had good headway and
was to be put,nt the Pacific Mall dock.
Tho vessel was handled like a stenmer
and sho was brought to the wharf In a
great deal quicker time than most of
the Island steamers would have been
under th csame conditions!. It
was the best piece of cenmanshlp ever
done In this harbor. The Welch mado
the run from San Francisco In 13 days.
Tho portrait of cx-Chlef Justice
Judd painted by Harold Mott-Smtth
was unveiled In tho Supreme Court
room this morning and presented to
the Court by A. S. Hartwell In behalf
of tho Bar Association of Hawaii. Tho
Juno term of tlie Supreme,, Court had
Just convened wlth'chl'ef Justice Frir,
Justices Perry nnd Qulbralth on tho
bench. Tho members of Jhe Bar wcro
piescnt In large numbers to witness
tno ceremony. -
The veil was removed from tho mng
ntllccnt portrait and Mr. Hartwell in a
brief address presented It to the
Court. Ho recalled tho fact that for
ocr u quarter of a' century Chief Jus
tice Judd occupied a place on' the Su
premo bench of Hawaii. He said:
"For those who stood In need of kind
ly suggestion. Chief Justice Judd al
ways had his word of sympathy. We
all remember It. It Is thcreforo fitting .
that his portrait should hang hero 'on
these. waltB along wltn those of Chief,
Justlcft'Lee, Allen, Paris and Assoclat'n'
Justice McCully. The artist. Harold
Mott-Smtth has put Into this portrait
all the skill acquired by years of for
eign study. In behalf of the Bar As
sociation I would ask that the Court
accept this portrait as. a gift of tho
liar Association of Hawaii."
J. L. Knulukou, speaking In Hawa
iian, seconded the remarks ,ot Mr,
Chief Justice Frear, In behalf of tho
Court thanked tbo Bar Association for
the magnificent gift. He said tbcro
were sovcrnl reasons for congratula
tion In tho pleasant circumstance. Ho
referred to the record of the late Chief
Justice as a jurist. He spoke of tho
significance of the gift, coming from
tho Bar Association aa showing the
high esteem In which the Chief Jus
tice wbb held' by those who came In
contact with htm In a professional way.
He said also'that It was a matter ot
congratulation that the work had been
done by one ot Hawaii's own artists.
The wedding of Mies Annie Barth
rop of Port Townscnd and Captain W.
C- W. Ronny ot Honolulu Is to take
place in Port Townsend this evening:
Captain Renny and bride aro expected
hero In the China.
and how to keep
them ao l I' I I
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