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T)0laB8Td7aaMaborprs. And' tills rea
um irofcers j n
WfessIsKoLead Pipe Cinch.
lu.-5Kolrut to rob the public
d slssfly to earn a living In
aSeXlStjcisic wav. My motto
hiie?T Work at Hon-
J gave Moved
jry jtonilnj! business to the
CIjwr CF BERETANIA AND
UutASTS. Telephone, White
3571, -vis rr rme In stock the
fcUmOng juxJs !
rwirrfni fern and steel clad,
1 wlftahV y'ated trimmings;
sujotm-c, vine lined.
Wiff Gcets, Wash Out,
aaSSwii'jn, Jet stlt'.
tKnte.. rrrssej Steel, both
IL-H3rir enameled Iron,
asfl risrbJi with nkkle plated
Tf jtr 7a., erameled Iron
tSpjrKx', enameled Iron.
KeVWifcr EWlersanJ Stands
"mitrt, Ftwets and Trim
x&iys, GnSvacJTnl Iron, Gut
?.CcnMt3 Stone Pipe, Tin
! JMr"nj ffunjrty attended to.
! 1-ivTU.Ve!. Furnished.
I YTtvit sai XV.erials Guaran-
Ttir7w to ba'IriteJ.
&ijito,Jr... ganitar Plumber,
?Sasd 79 King t
TtXUO-HONK NO 3
ytZW ! i lie U gel Ihi-tienJm.tt.-vuH'ni
to. and w
0ac5& Pu in
HOST METAL WORKS
t&.Vxvixi'rUfcSJiylliihts and Ventilator
CwtutTu Pim iind Gutter Work.
:M.'iM4.'.SJsHt..t?wra ni Mrcbint Honolulu,
.l i pieiw i.oia to
W.TTMV e7 P. O. P,n i:o.
Mice t Property Owners.
J brw re? employ FOUR FIRST-
CLASS J UVAitfrS from the Coast I am
i- 5-em.V ie. Sp:?- en -your work at the
1itrrU Jty men are Union Men.
ife-rilm- SjjSIw, Kin t.
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lii 3 Lianor tate
feseitt tee r LVr.lM Relnlu liter 61 cu
15. 3'; HOUAHO HlItKKl
AsM. IVV-dr. rKMaolULU, lUwilUI llleMi.
P. JaTT. MjtmlTUpooaoi'3.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
IR pin, nnd pi.
ftrar Allen and Fort Sts., Honoluln
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
225 Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
TK NEW DEPOT SALOON
OPENS MONDAY NIGHT
JKtinr. 1 Will hindle the rew
WOUSTRVjtUonnlulu-maJe Beer only
4.CUOC, WKOLCSOAU3 DRINK.
fcyan & Dement
iAsop&piAoi', of 'I e p'irular P.NCOnK
ilAlUiiy, MIUANU AND IIOTIX sTS.
li'bire t&i Ecm is oa Draught To-day
No Dm to Bum,
8ut Betr to Beat the Band
R ti si V -rt!''
iN DRAUGHT AND UOrTI-E
It Jas'm Cfme to stay ; it's goinu
fcitrlHit there's more com
mv t-verv fii"'ith,
tenufaic.i'red from Pure
IKtitJIktl . 'ater
Ut2ctU free to any pait of
iBy ij cuurteous drivers.
Ice and Electric Co.
TEL. BLUE )I5I
HOFFMAN & MARKHAM.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
jmcrs TrtE honesi
Koom !8-r, urcicr, Maii, 185
U03T01 IIUIIDIVO ROIDEOCt,
Tout Stum. White, eS6i.
HOURS-II A M. TO I. P M t
t TO P. M T TO S P. M.
P O IIOXCl. MAbAYS P.
UR. W. H. MAYS
381 Bcretanla Street.
.-iOURS-to to 1 SUNDAY -9 to 11
7 to 8 Telephone foa
OR. J. T. WAY80N,
445 BERET ANIA ST.
OFFICE HOURS l,0'Z'nl.,Z
10:30 p.m. lo 7:jop,m.
TEL. Main uo
DR. C. A. PETERSON
rcopci ed his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
g-tl A.M. )
2- 4 P.M. f TE
7- 8 P.M.)
A TfR HOFFMANN.
tKKETANIA 8THEKT (opposite th
k'phono 510. P. 0. Hoi, 501.
iraco hours: 8 to '0 a. m.; 1 to i
" to 8 r n.iSunt'ayi, & to 11 a. m
Dr. F. J. Kiuynep,
Crown and Bridge
ho us o to ,.
204 BoKtoi-i Block.
AL'tBKT E. NICHOLS
TC w n. t i s t.
iijj Alakei street, next to Masonic
'rtue Houri o to 4
' V ALL, D. D. S..
': VALL. D. D. S..
n Ituliditig, Fort Street.
IIiiuif: ! lo 4. Telephone 434.
Dp. W. G Rogers
EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THROAT
New Special Treatment for Deafness
No charse for consultations.
UFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.C.A.
HOURS q to 12-2 to 4:10-7 to 8.
A. N. NANFORD,
HCSTH'I niDO , FOT STttET
OVEU MAY CO.
J. T. DE DOLT HAS HEMOVED HIS
law ofTlces to room 002, top (Cth) floor,
Albert R- Cunha
ATToRNbt AT LAW.
308 Stanjjenwald Bulldlnfi
TELEPHONE .MAIN 21.
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Removedjo Room COG, Judd Building
I'fTFBSON J. A MATTMtwim
Peterson & Mallliewmaii,
COUNbELIJRS AT LAW
O llox ,(,. KAAHr.MNU ST
iueno;y. Maim iM
J. M- KANEAKUA,
Counitllor nt Law.
OFFICE Bethel St., near the Pot O.lice.
a New Lot of . .
Key West and
Hoy I Hhw '1 tut Ho el
hivt chmceJ hn4s ani will be con
d .tttd on Antiseptic plans, t 1 .
Anttsptlc Treatment of Instruments
TWICE HAS SHE MAHII1ED
HER BELOVED YOUNG HAH
Brief of Thomas Fitch in Support of
Her Legal Right to Live
In the case ot the United States vs.
Knm Yan for deportation, th"i afen
dant being the 'little footed" Chinese
woman who was married last week one
hlght when crowded out ot Jail. '1 nom
as l'ltch has tiled a bilcf which covers
interesting points. 'Die Greta Uiecu
marriage at the olllce of the venerable
Jut 1st, at which Iter. A 1'.. Cory per
formed tho leicmony, seems to have
lfnn tltn finrmif1 tvAftilln. nf tlin (mil
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Knm Yan and Young Han. Tho first
marrlago was peculiar to the customs
of China. The bride wvn in the celes
tial Empire; the groom was In Hawaii,
being represented by a pioxy at the
event in China.
The brief In part Is ns follows:
The marriage In China, n year ngo,
nrnrrl( n f tn Phlnnan li itr ntwl inalntnu
of the defendant Karri Yan tp Young
Unn. who was nt the time In Honolulu,
is proven by the testimony of the ile
fendaut Knm Yan. by the testimony of
tho husband Yount, Unn that ho ac
cepted and ratified tho marriage, and
by n letter from the father of Young
Han, who rcpiesentnl him at the ceie
mor.y, giving the particulars of the
"A marrlago good at the plaro where
It was conti acted Is gooil everywhere."
"And a marriage between Chinese,
one of whom is In China, nnd tho other
In tho United States at tho tlmo of tho
marriage Is valid, and the woman Is
entitled to land, thero lelng no proof
that slio Is n prostitute."
The Honolulu mnirlac according to
Amcrlcnn law was unnecessary, if tho
Chinese marriage was a valid one, but
If the Chinese marriage bo held in
alld, the Honolulu marriage fixes tho
status cf tho defendant beyond nil
question as that ot the wife or Young
Han, nnd I submit that the Judgment
in a criminal or a civil casa must de
pend upon the Btntus of tho parties and
the facts which exist nt the time It is
tendered, and not alone upon those
tails which existed when tho complaint
Suppose a clll case brought fo annul
a deed on the ground that it was made
when the grantor was under twenty
one years of age, tho grantor becomes
of age' during the trial and thereupon
executes a deed of nlHrmance. No ad
verse rights having intervened and n
supplemental nnswer being filed will
not the action bo determined against
Suppose a criminal case whero tho
defendant will on conviction bo sen
tenced, If over 14 years of age, to im
prisonment in the penitentiary. If un
deT 14 years of age to detention In tho
Reform School. If he 1 caches the age
of 14 while on trial and Is over 14 when
the Jury brings In a verdict of guilty,
will he not be sent to the penitentiary?
Again, in a criminal catc where tho
defendant is out on ball, npd during tho
trial he marries tho woman without
whoso testimony ho cannot be convict
ed, will he not go free?
Tho defendant In this case has been
unablo to comply with the drastic pro
vision of the Act of Congress to pro
duce white witnesses to prove tho fnct
of her birth In Honolulu. She must
thcreforo to avoid deportation depend
upon her status ns tha wife of Young
Hang, for thnt she Is hU wife by virtue
of either or both marriages cannot I
think bo controverted.
It has been held tint the wives nnd
minor children of Chlneso merchants
lawfully domiciled In tho United States
are not Inborers, and not within tho in
tent ot the exclusion acts.
It has been decided that the Chinese
exclusion act does not prevent Chinese
domiciled In the United States and not
subject to deportation from sending
for their children who are too young to
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THE MARQUISE OF HEADFORT.
Itt'fnrc be-r recent marrlago to the Manful of Ilcndfort she was known ns
Ml ltoxle Itoote, a charming actress and favorite of the London muxlo hallx.
Tho match has brought lots of trouble to her titled huMwud. He has born
t-ompvllcti to reslgu as an officer In ouo uf KiigUud'a crack regiments, and
Urltiali nockty bag closed Its door aguUwt him aud bU fair bride.
soning npptles equally- to sending for
n wlfo who Is n "little footed woman,"
and therefore presumed nut to bo a la,
It whh held that "upon tho marrlaco
ot 11 Chlneso woman who was not be
foro n laborer to u Chlneco 'lalwrer,'
s.te takes upon herself the status ot
1 her 'hiiobaml ns one of tho class who
I nre not permitted to enter.' " Hut this
was a case whero the husband was not
permitted to enter, while In tho present
case the husband has been hero sev
enteen years, was lawfully domiciled
here before the passage ot the Ex
clusion Act and Is duly registered, and
It hag been held that a Chlneso resident
here before the passage of the Act ot
Congress restricting Immigration of
Chinese has a right to remain and
follow nny lawful trade or pursuit nnd
bis liberty to do so cannot bo restrain
ed by invalid legislation.
The evidence is to the efWct that In
June, 1900, Young Han registered as a
laborer but it Is also shown that for
tho last year he has followed the oc
cupation of 11 contractor for painting
buildings, that ho purchased paints
In quantltles,tlemploycd workmen to
" "-" u,i.m-
tended the work. Whether as laborer
or contractor. If Young Han being
lawfully here and entitled to remain
here, his wife Is nlso lawfully bore and
entitled to remain here. The reasou
why the wlfo of a domiciled Chinese
merchant Is entitled to enter tho Utilti
id States Is because her husband Is
domiciled here and entitled to remr.li
hnc- ,)0" n"1 th,e "jc aRnlnfi
apply to the wlfo of a Chinc3P laborer
who Is domiciled here nnd entitled to
I submit In conclusion that the de
fendant being r. little footed woman Is
puijiimptlvely and In the absence of
eMdento to the contrary, conclusively,
not ft laboicr; that a marriage good tic--ordliig
to the lawB of the country
v.-licrp It was contracted Is valid
everywhere! and that tho Chlneso mnr
tlngo was n valid marriage; thnt
whether by virtue of 'ho Chinese mar
rlago or tho American 'marriage or
both, the defendant Is unquestionably
the lawful wife of Youg Han; that as
his wife, It It be claimed that she takes
her lef.nl status f 10111 him as a Inbor-
er then sue also takes status as n
domiciled, registered Inborer having n
light to remain In the country
MYRTLE'S 8tI!CIAL A1EBTIISG.
As announced, the special meeting of
tho Myrtle Hoot Club was held In tho
club quarters last night, tho object
being tho consideration of n favorable
site to whit h (u remove the boat house,
President A. 0. M. Robertson was In
After discussing thoroughly the oh
Ject of tho meeting it was decided to
lcae tho matter In tho bands of tho
board of directors who were given full
power to negotiate for n now site nnd
to mnko the necessary arrangements
It is probable TT.at tho new site wii
he Just in front of the Aloha boat houso
on property leased by Sorenson 8. Lylo
from the II shoo Estate.
Tho board of directors was authoriz
ed to pay all training expenses con
tracted by the club in connection with
the iliamplonBhlp races of July 4th.
After the regular meeting of tho club
there was a meeting of the board of di
rectors at which several new members
were elected. Adjournment until 4:30
o'clock Thursday afternoon was taken.
SAVE YOUR PHOTOS.
The pneess of bindinu pic
iiires under glass is made so
simple ny ine introduction o.
fhe Gummed Binding Papei
that anyone can do it.
It will afford a pleasant even
ing s occupation and save your
photos Irom ruin, to get what
ou require at KING BKOS
and do the work your.-elr.
Full mock i any shade.
Blank books of all sorts. ledgers, etc,
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish-
Wk. m !,.
San rrunciico AgtnU TrtE Nci
National BAsk or Sah Frakoisoi
Sab Francisco -The Nevd Nstloi
Bank of San Francisco.
fjONDON Tho Union Bank of Loudu
New Yons American Ezehanga
Chicago Merchants Natlontl Banl,
Paris Credit Lyonuals.
Berlui Dresdnor Bank.
Uomkono and Yokohama Bonk n
Hbangbal Banking. Corporation.
New Zealand and Achtratja Ba
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vanoodvee Bans
British North Amerlua.
Tusact 1 SsitTal Batting ul Eictuce Bum
Depolstt Received, Loans rasde on A(
proTsd Beenrltr. Ilommertlal and Traveln
Credits Isaned. Bills of exchange boar
V)T.T,pnrtfj r"nrrrt,T Aroo'nmin "
Transact a General Banking
nnd I'xcliange Business.
Coinincrcifil nnd Traveler"
Letters of Credit tatted, avail ille
in nil tlio inii'.cip.il cities of tiie
Interest allowed after July 1,
1SUS, on fixed deposits' 7 dav
notice 2 per ccnt.'"(Uih form rill
not bear interest unless it rctuairi
undisturbed for one month), S
months U per cent., C months C 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per ecu'
Pioneer Building ant
A8SETB, DIG. 11, lll, Illl.tTT.l
Mone. loaned on approrad aeeirttt
A Barings Bank fcr monthly dipoatv
Houeea built on the monthly Ltutai'
Twentieth Bert of Stock 14 ar
OFFICERS T. r. Lansing, Pre
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; 0. J
Oray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Becratarj
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, . t
Roee, A. V. Clear, A. W. Keechi Hear
Smith. J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, C.
yray, W. L. Howard.
Ju V. GRAS.
chamber ot Conmeree rooms.
Office Hours: 12:10 1:M n (w
darings Deposits wi.,
received and Interest allowed by :h
Bank at four and one-half per .M3
Printed copies of tho Rules and ?-,
ulntlons may be obtained on appllc--oi
Office at bank building on Merji.
BIHHOP A P'
Tge I'oajohanis peoie Bis
SnbKtlNS CtptUI Yn 4 irn
Pild Up C.plUI Yen iS.nm
R.Mrv.d Fund Yin 8 )io,
Hind Office. YokohtBS.
The Bank buys and receives for cot
lection Bills ot Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transact!
a general banking business.
Oe Fuel Depo.lt lot le Boatte, iwmii
Ob FlieS Dejpo.lt lot ostti, M
Oa Flie4 Deposit I or 1 aei, 1
Btinch of the Yokoheme Specie Bene,
pw Bejobllt BDIUIGC. Ill I)M ""
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Frtsh Invoices of HUYLERS
CHOCOLATtiS per the
3U FORT 6T
Has tho Best Assortin t.' 1!
PACIFIC ISLAND CUKIM
In tho City.
FRITSII HOME-MADE POI ON TfCj
DAYS AND FRIDAYS.
F. W. Thrum.
ROOM 400. KOSTOy l.Of K
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : : s
Art Embroidery Taught : : :
Love Building. Fort Street
Fino Job Printing nt tho Bui
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLE. -....1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDEIt....2nd Vice Pres
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secty. and Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company. '
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul railroad Company.
The California aud Sriental S. 2L M.
W. G. Irwin & Go
AGENTS FOR-i-: x J
Weateru Sugar Refinery Company of "
Saa Francisco. Jf
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phlla-
delphla, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S.A.
N. Oblandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertll-
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
I Parafflhe Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and
1 Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
I raw and boiled.
Indurlne (1 cold-water paint), In white
Filter Presi Cloths, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE k COOKB
Tie Eaa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Koha!a Sugar Co.
Th Waiaraoa Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Etna Fire las. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
LilF'K and B'IRE
Msw England Mutual LIfb In
surance Co. OF BObrON.
rTNA Fire Insurance Cohpant
rVm, G. Irwin & U
Wm. O. Irwta.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckela Vice President
W. M. iGffard... Second-Vice President
H. M. Whitney, Jr Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Rosi Auditor
AGENTS OF THP
IUSANI0 STSAMSHII' 0HM"V
OF SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
B1$WE3 CO., Mil
Queen Stress. Honolulu, T. II.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co American
f..gar Co., Oolcala Susar Plant Co.,
Guomea Suja. Co., Honomit Sugar Co.,
Watlultit Sujar Co., Makca Sugar Co.,
H.ilalcala Ranch Co., Molokal Ranch,
Plauttis' Ll:e of Sac Francisco,
Packet; Brewer & Co.'s Lino of Boston
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson. Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Ti'.usmer and Secretary; Col. W. E.
Allen. Auditor; P. C. Jones, II. Wa
ffrhottse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
TbeTon Hamm-ToniiE Go. Lte
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULi .
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Ealolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engino Co.
Domestic Sewing Machlno, Etc.
Subscribers to ,tho BULLETIN
not teceivtng their nuptrs promptly
will confer a favor by notifying the
Biutnesa OiHcn; TtJiphoao 256.
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