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nvr.Nixo nur.MriN, Honolulu, h. t., friday, skpt. 2?.Vi6m.
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In show that JiuIkh Humphries htl
nuxllilnj; to ilu with the selection nf
me nrnml jury, i m ro is no iaxv uur
eight Instances nro given, to which
only hrlef nmiKlons need bo made
'Ihn first' li'lntea tn tln nrtlon M
Published Every Day Except Sunday, Juilce Humphreys In pentoneloR .Mr 'ircaulres n crand July tn ho cllxlded
4 91A Vmif QtrAl. Hrinnlitlil. lllttlt,f ninmlmf nf. ma lint, tn Int lirtxp,Mi iTirmlinrft of the illffelCllt I)(J
T. II.. by the prlsoumcnt tor ten dajs Tor contempt lltltnl parties, nml to hold Inquiry Into
(or court. It nppear from tho record the polltUal nlllllattons ot Its uiambem ',
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD. that Mr Hitting. In criticising the nc stems to mo iinstcnily and Iniiiionei'.
"" - Ml, in ,f tti.tcn lti!nih)iriia lll, mf,,,-. I Till, f hnrfTP in llHRfll RO entllelV lltllin I
WALLACE It. FAHR1NOTON.. .Editor tllC(. , H11,inK matter, stated Hut Iiiikiiu suspicion and unfnlr tunundo j
It was peculiar nml unusual' .iiiuk" ar. in nieiii reunite. .xicinuern i un? '
Humphre rt'jHiidfil It as an Inten Uar, as ofllcvrs of the rouit, nliMild ho ,
tlonal Insult to the lourt. and Impost d Urnl to tho court. Where' than Is n
l,n ... ....,. I., .ini.ui I.... I, fa In, tftlr hiiisnn fur li,H,vlnir Mm .lllll"(1 Is I
SUlJoCHII'TION IIATL.S. ,.,.,i,-,i.i.. i,... ,,,., ... i.il. I.I. .1,01 inflliur Inmti rl. iL In thu ilutv of iho I
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rer monw, anyxvnere in u. o.... .10 lon in ,nl. re.p,.tt. for llait ,,m
Per year, anywhere In U. a.... s.QO UP (.onxcjetl In manner and demeanor
Per year, postpaid, to-clgn 13.10 quite as ninth ns In xxonK It In
Payable Invariably In advauco. lohvlous that the expression "pecnllnr
' "" ' unumal" tould he luetl with an
30 intlcrtlrm and In R mamirr as to suv
Rest Injudicial conduct on tho pirt tn
tho piesldlliK JudKe. It riocsyncit np-
OP Till! FAVORITE
Entered at the l'nt Ofllce at HonO'
lulu as second-class matter.
Post Office Dox 718
..SEI'TEMIlElt 27. IflOl. pear that .Mr lllttlUK soiiKht In mix
I wax to rex lew the Imposition of tho
stntente as an abuse of Judicial rilit-
AT REST. jcrctltin, and this spet Ifltatlon may he
" rvgnrtlctl ns tinsustalned by adequa'e
I.oxlng hands luxe laid Hit larthlj .testimony.
.......I,,. f .,nr Lite Prmitknt In their Thc second Instance Is tho flnliiR of
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lust renins place. Tho hod) It dead;
tht Inspiration of WIIII.1111 McKlnlej's
lire llxfs and will endure tliloilBUuut
the history of our Nation.
It now remains fur the lojat tltlzins
of the Nation, particular!) of this Ter
ritory to mark xxtll the Ussons that
life taught and prist, forward to the
tlutlts of the hour and of the fntuie
a Juror for Inch of punttuallty, nntl It
seems to haxt been plainly Justified
under the tin miiMiiut es.
The third lustnnte lelates to n trill
clsm wlili li Judge Humphries mnih
liar to declaio It oncnlv: but n inem
ber of the liar Is faithless to lib blah 1
railing when he nssalls a Jiide.n and.
Impeaches his Intcgilty upon no fntls
oxen remotely Justlf)lng tho nlMi'k
hut upon xngue suspicion nni' url.ilr
Innuendo. '1 lint these anil ir.anv -if '
the barges against .ludgo Humphreys, 1
tn w tilth allusion has also heoti undo,
haxo been profeired by members of,
his own lomt, clearly shows tho dim 1
tultles of his position, nml the texor
Ity of tho initial through which he
has passed It Is obxlous thit monyl
member of his court haxo not ih I
serxed that lojalty to Hie Dentin
which should ho both Hi" duty nnJ I
tho plcasme tir n Inwycr to olooi-o, .
and the henxy lesponslbllltv of Ddmliv
ifterlng Jut' e with il'jniiy under'
lion the manner In which his hallbf isi'ih ttmdltloiis nt onto limjii'ci ap-
pel ftn mod his tlutlts and the Impost pnrtnt. ... I
tlon of 11 line for contempt. It Is ip ,
parent that tho Judge acted within hli 1 "' "'U" iexlexxu.1 nil ot tha 1
dlstiitloii. charges made ngalnet ludgc Hum-'
The lourt h and fifth lustnnte nio IPhK-vs nml nil of tho im ilfluitlon- -if-1
those of Jmorb wno refused to tonour lew! In suppoit ther of In my :iidg
III 11 xenllct. Judge llumnhreiK xxiis iucih. uiey wuuiij urn in u.uu.' ;. n
BRADLEV and HUBBARD
rot Hale by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd. 3
Thess cooJ xxfre ordered from advance
sheets of the catjl'mie of the aboxe manu
facturers, and are the latest In dtslun and
mechanism, : : : : :
Call early and make your selections.
In addition to 'he to 030 feet of Garden
Hose lakly recelxed, the Emily F. Whit
ney" bruujht us to.coo ft. mere, malting
TWLNTY TIIOU8ANI) PHBT.
We luxe all grades, and our prices are
lower than exer quoted In this nnthet.
with that same unfailing tiust In thitt-r opinion thnt there was no extuv. Just tause ror lis remoxnlM Ilu 3 I wv nt IJJ... P -.
. . lor their rnlliire to iigiee nml .iri.r most inifuMiiahlo co'i-trnttlon they I MQPlTlP ll W 1 YCX I A
wisdom of (lod anil the same steadfast .'ffl. haricliiRtl.?' j!.","..;. .."rol ." tho mlKht .hct a mUtnbn r jii.lBn .-. .r 5j I f dLlIIL 110111 WdlG vUt
.onrldrnre In thi inaKUlllcent mlssKm 'txxo tllssentlnir Jurors rrcim further sor. at limes limine recllur under tn In; ' " D m -.. w 7
... '.-. . - ,.,..... ,..., 1 ....,,.... ..i
cllcumstiuites, hut It is iiilleoiol.
of our Vatlon mat tharartulml the l'. "'' I nlrd them their fees i !," L.u,, i'"."',." ,., ','' 'rll"'01''
or our .-niioii 1.1.11 1 hhi.uhh.u " ,.,., i,.,,...,,.,. .1,,. ,..i 1.. .1. . t .at tho nteui ly of t 10 .ludgi 'snexet
jirlxate and publli tiimi of tlie lentltr ifnm, n Wllt.;, tilf, jnry hllt justltled (thrPtlly Impeathcd. 1!io nitoiniy .xho
thex mourn. tne belief or Judge Iluniihre.xs that I rcprtstlitnl the llnw.i' . 11 Itai Asso
' .. ". lli.aljK. I. ll,.iii,i iitMAiirtillrt ii .it hruafi I
ine two jinors weie not tllssentliiir In J"""" " i" ""' v i"Y""-
good lallii Is a matter whlth It Is im. hs personal tonfl-lenco 11 .lu Igo Jlmii
miss Hi e inr im tn ,1, i,.rml,,,. u n, pureis juoiiiai retiieii.-, ,iini iuif
Beer and Wine Dealera.
MERCY FOR THURSTON AND
(Continued from page 1.)
Exhibit .::. nxers, In substnnto that
these natlie liawnlians wlio had biou
udmltteil to practlte were Igutuunt of
the Knglisli language, and othtrwlso
untltteti tor ntlmitsion to tne Har. It
Is turthtr Kiiggesieil mat some of theji
ifslded pirmuneutly uutsiue of tho
i Ircult. It Is lurther sought to lie
shown that the admlssiuu ot these Ha
waiian legislators to practice by Judge
Humphre)s was an lutonsisleni) on
his part, as by thc rules ot tho Court
all prtKoe.ilngs must bo conducted In
me Migusn language, nud Judge Hum
phries nad expresKCil ills opinion that
no one should be udinuicil to prnitlte
In the Circuit Court who loshlttl per
mauentl) outside of Its jurisdiction.
the matter oi these admissions to
the liar Is piuel) a tiili'stlon foi tho
illsci-etlon til the JudM.' Administer
ing law In n court w-Ucie the Engllsli
language is spoKin but In xxhlch ninii)
nt the litigants oiil) sptnK tho nntlxe
tongue, pn stnts, ncitasuill) great
ililliciiltli'ri. Jloreoxcr the totulltlnns
whli h prexall In llnwnll uetessaillv
tmulri louil loiuts thrtmenout tne
testimony In the msc hns not boon
submitted to me It Is fair to assume
.tint .tin lli.l.fi. ,... 1.. .......I ..!. I. I..
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me nmtttr. Subsequently he reached pkuj """ " "" -i,u.i.
the cnmluslon that he was wlthott ln.im'. for "r eoneuiicne.J In srino of
iiitsentlng the eomp'.iliit ot the liar
Assoilallou In good fall'i nml In ae- j
tordaiKii with his .lislttirlltms, yet lie
thc charges. It Is oosslbl-j that many
til the attorneys nho slgntn tho pt ll
tlon did not tnniii.' In all or Hi'
t barges that haxo hen maiHi ngnlna
the Clrtlllt Judge. Ilidettl. It Is Ineoll-
itiwer to deny tnem tho mix ment nf
their fees ns Jurors, and he entertain
ed and sustained a motion xniatlng
the forftlttiin in their ftes.
The sixth lntnnce refers to n tilt-
cisin litre. ..y atiuge . ,..., . ,. ,f them nro Insed
mini lliu oi-iiin in iiii- niiiMini in-.. , liinin. Inrt iiieniles ns to
':!,;;: iXni'hr ritr s WE Sr'1 Zl
nil elaboiiite and linpoilant nigiiinenl. n" ' 2,ZUm I tic lustlcn In our new
II... A.lnriK.v I'., ii. .ml ,iin,t n,f.,r. n, ., "' ailllllnlSttllltlg JIISUC.il 111 Our 110XV
to the respect It poxxeis of the Exec
lithe nml .ludltlnl Departments of 'ho
tioxeinmtnt, xxhlch Judge llumphrexH
regaidtd ns an effort to codec him In
the tbilslon of the pending tase. It
Is not Impoitunt to ditcnmne wliitli-T
either the Kiiggestlous of the Attu
ne)' (ifitcral In his nrgument on the
one hand or the iiimmenls of the
Clrtult Judge on the other wore Juiil
lied. An examination of the pilutul
retold xxou'il suggest that both In
tiayid linnet essar) feeling In the ills
t usslon of it ptllely legal question 1
tan llnd, hoxxexer no Just grounds for
the remoxnl of n' faithful Judge In the
tominents of the Couit He sought
I to tlefend tho rights of the Juilli-lnr)
Islamls Tin re nio doubtless ninny iriom wnat lie leganieil (pitmai.iy nils.
small communities nt lu.utesslble tnltenly) ns an attempt to coeue it.
ulatos which must haxo sumo iii"thoilit.Jniiil hating tills feeling it Is not uu
of nblaliiliii; It mil mix lie hi tho Ha
wailnn tont,ue and ot adjusting their
illirennies. judge Humpbros belluv
ed that to seturo thla mil It was ucc
ssar to .ul in It Haxxallaus to memlici
ship In the liar, and In his Judgement
thu number of the Legislature, who
ttijti)cd n position of trust ami rcspou
slbtlity, and who liad dlrctt ollklal .-illations
with the nutUe popiilatiin. and
presumabl) enJo)(d their (Oilllib-iite,
xieio ohxiousl) pmper niiiileats oi
this spctlal tin or. I haxo no rcaron
to quesiou the toutluhlons whl"h
Judge Huniphre.xs ixuthul, and In any
ox cut would legartl U as n matter en
tirely within his dint rctlon.
The thlid thai go Is fin ther sought
to hi istnlillsliid b Exhibits JJU uml
3J1, whkh show. In substance, that
tho idltor of the Honolulu Kopubllinn
wus Indlited on I'cliruary 13, ltit'l, 'or
iin iiht-autt with a weapuu dangerous
to lire On lVbruiiy 111 n plea 'n
ubatemtut xxus aigued beioro JmUu
Humpliie)s it appears fiom the nlll-
daxll of l.oi rln Audioixs li:xhtbli .!.!"
that Judge lluiiiphreys who was tie n
pitsltllng at the tenil of itiiilt, i
pnssed his dlslnillnntion to biar nnv
portion of tho case, and that thu couu
st 1 for the pioaetutor thereupon stnt
til "that tho matters tuxolxed In the
plea of abatement weie meiel) mil
Krs of luxx; that they did not alTect
tho fuels In tlu t use, nml Unit it was
xery Important an oarly deilslo'i
blmiild bo reiub-ied In this tuse, nni
rtquested tuat tho Juugo for tin se
rtasons should heur tho matter 'it
once. Tho Judge tnoreupon slated
that ho would do so, and on or about
tho 2rith tluy of Pobrimry, l!'t, argit
ment was had In the matter, nt the
loneluslon of which the touit state'',
Unit he would teserxe deilslon nml
would deildo tho inso as eaily as pos
sible." It appiars that about .Mini h
20, 1901, tin- prosteutor upon whom
the assault was alleged to huxe been
tommitted dlsappeaied fiom Hawaii,
uml from tln-o fai ts tlie uuupluliiuiits
against Judge i unipnre)s gi-axeiy
uxor that 'ho detlslou of JudKe Hum
phrejs on tho plea In abatement was
"undiil) and Improperly iluluj e-il
with a xlew tbtrchy of Impioptrly
and unduly futoilng said defendant
mil weakening the iasn of the prose
cution," It Is exruoi'llnury that mem
bets nf Die liar tould preltr mi grnx-i
a thargo upon so lusiillleltnt groumh,'
Sin U tnurge seems to hitiu) a reck
less ileslie lo degiailt) Judge Hum
jihreys, and lelletts little credit upon
those wno huxe glxen their endorse
ment to It. Die tomphtluuuts' oxxu
proof shows that, although no legil
Kiouiids existed to disqualify Judge
Huinphre)s from totisideiing mill do
tiding thu eusu, jot bctause thu do
fendaut was thu editor of the Hono
lulu Itepiiblltnii and Judge Hum
jihrejH had an Intel est In tho buslnesi
inrporatlou whlih ownisl this uuxxs
paper, bo expressed his willingness
and his dlsluclluntlon t'u hem the iast,
nml only heard it at the. direct sugges
tion and rt quest of thu uttorncy fur
tho prosecutor. The piosctutor left
Hawaii "about .Muich 20, llllll," and
decision had therefore been reserved
by Judge Humphries less Hum n
month. Tho tomplaluaut wholly falls
tn show upon what grounds the plea
In abatement was based, but whethir
the delay In thc decision was lennn-i
able or unreasonable, tne suggestion
that it was due to a dcslio to Tntoi the
defendant la purely a matter of Innu
endo, utterly without any Justification
In fact, and reckless and intemperate
The fourth thuige axeiH that Jiulic
liimpbre)H 'has been harsh, arhltiai)
t)rannlial, and tiudittlve towaid mum
hers of thu bar uud others appearing
before his court und has ubusid his
powers oxer them."
In support of this thargo sonw
lllltlllal that he expiessed bliusi ll
with some xxarmth. It Is obxlous
hoxxexer, that Juilgis tannot be ii)
nun ni simply beinuse the) me sunn
times hetrnjed Into ouneciHsar) i-s
pressions. Theie is notbliig lo show
liny corrupt ul Improper motlxo In the
The sew nth Instance lefeis to Him
linpoltlon of n lino of 3I0U by Judgo
Huinphri)s upon n member of the hnr
xx ho declined to dlxulge to the grand
Jur) the nnine of u illent. Whether
the attornej was Justified 111 rt fuslii';
to dlsclosu the name nf u client, ufn r
Inning testified ns tn what the illeni
said, mny be n debatnble question. Tho
Hxeiutlxe Depaitment Is under no oh
llgnttons to rex lew tin- Judicial dei I
slous of Judges, nud It Is quite t lea
that Indues tannot be 1 1 moved bo
cause of mistakes of Inw Judge Hum
phrc)s haxlng toutludtd tliut the tit
orne) was compelled, under his tiaih
to dlxulge the name of his illent. nu 1
the witness haxlng notwithstanding
suth opinion of the limit, dot lined to
do so, Judge Humpbie)s could emit
Impoho some punishment upon
possessions, the task will not 'bo un
easy one; and v litre Judge-, r.t lotted
by sou discharge their duties with
courage and lngrlty and with retis
onalile alillltx, mey should he silst.Mi.
ed ei n though they may In attempt
lug to soixe the dlfittuit problems
which present theniBelxos nt times
err, some innsldeintlon must he lit I
tor the exceptional ctilllculty of tutli
Hating full) considered thf coin
plaints against Judgo lliimphrojn aim
his nnsxxoi thereto, I am entirely sit
Isfled Hint not only the Judge has done
nothing !lilch x.oulil justify his re
moxnl, but that ho line met his hcaxy
responsibilities with great iiiurcgo and
unquestioned llitogilty. I. therefoie
riiomineud Hi It I lie petition ftn bis
remox'nl be denied.
ISIgueil) 1. C. KNOX
ARIZONA BEET SUGAR
i ft al Itrnn witness, und the nmount tf
such punlshiiient was In his dlstn tlon
Hie elglitn liistnuco or iiinltrurv
uud t) mimical eomlutt" Is the one
upon wbleli the complainants lay the
most stress. It rtfeis to the Imposition
by Judge Hiimpluc)s of u punishment
of thirty ilnjs In Jail upon three mem
bers of his imirt. It nppenrs that thu
three members In question xxeie nt
tnrni'js in n case pending In the Ch
cult Court, and were of opinion that
hy reason of n poisnnal animus. Judge
Humphreys was disqualified fiom sit
ting us the trlul judge. In support of
n motion tn transfer tho t use to in
other Judge, they subuiltt'd an ain
lav it which contained Insulting bin
gauge, which wns wholly uiiin cesnu;
nud plaint)- In contempt of court. The
coin t felt obliged to xluilltnto lit dig
nit) by thti Imposition of the seiiteuto
In question, but the sentence wus uex
er nulled into effect, as tne tioxeruoi
it Hawaii pmiloued tbetlnee inenibeis
on tin' Hnr on the same da). The
pi mil's do not snow that I In- Judgo wits
animated by luipiopir uiotlxes, oi
nut the Imposition of tills si-ntenit
was an Intentional abuse of Hie disc in
Hon Imposed In film
Tly fifth thuige Is Unit Judge Hum
ilue)H has so perfoiuied the diltl
ot his ollleo ns to hi lug the sumo do
serxtilly Into public iilsiepute ami uu
dor public suspicion."
This ilinigo is sought to bo estnli
lislied hy proofs that Judge Hum
plirers In the flist plate uppolnted nu
unlit poison as luillllf In nis mini
Tills charge Is too utxhil to requlio
any t eminent, it Is also suggested In
proof of charge live that lodge Hum
phre)s was "instrumental in drawing
uud allowed u paitlsan giaud Jur) to
be drawn." Tills Is sought to bo estab
lished by Hxlilbits J.1S and J.Vt. The
flist Is u i hinge to the giauil July in
ipiestlon, As tho grand Jury bad ul
leady been Impaneled and diawn. It
Is lit flic nit to understand how Inshiic
(Ions glxen to It cnu ilenionrtiute that
it was Improperly Impanoleil, H.h'b
It SJ'J Is the ulllduxlt of an uttoiuey
at-lavx who examined the list of the
lury In question nntl who ib posim
that "of the fifteen who uctunllv sein
ed upon said grand Jui) all but one
weie hostllo to Uoxt'iuor Dulo and
his admlnlstiatlon " Deponent fm
ther statts that It is "his bulbf uud
routlctlon that said Uiaiul Jim wni
puekod deliberately uml Inteiilonallv
xvlth political opponents of the pres
cut local ndmlnlstiattuu ' Thu ulit
datlt further suggests, by Iniiueiuio
llitm-r than h) clliect statement that
the personnel of this grand Jurv n id
been selected b) Judgo Jluinphioyn
and not by tho bailiff,
Tbeiu Is not a scintilla of lestlmoii)
I'hotnlx. A. T.. Kept HI. l'hoenlx
will probably baxe a $1,000,000 beet
sugar plant In Itss than u car, to be
constructed Ii) the Uastein Sugar Co.
of New Ytuk and Chicago. An agent
of that torpoiatloii, Marsfiall H. Samp
sill of Chicago, Is here with n xlew of
smiling slgnutuics to a contract bind
ing business men uud farmers of this
stillon tosuppoit tlin enterprise, und If
be Ik sutcissful t list coustlllttlnn of the
plant wilt bo begun at onie. It will
be lomph-tid curl) In June hi time to
li'ditie the next crop of beets.
hmupsrll iisks that tho pouplc here
give a bonus nf 000 acres of land, or
Its tqulxaltiut In nihil He tleelaics that
the lompmi) leprisciitcd by blmfcelf
makes this demand oniv to enlist tho
ll") llnuui'lal Intiicst of the peoplo In tha
tiiterprlce, thus iiisurlug their hearty
eo-operatloii uud the suieess of the
sugar beet plant. Ilu beliexes that tno
itimpnny might accept u tender of 100
lines of beet land, but It will require
un ugreemtnt on the par. of the farm
ois to plant for this season .'00U ucies
THAT BARGK KACIi.
'I lie at Hon of the Judges of ltegntta
Day at the meeting )cstt relay has cans
ed sin pi Ine in many qiutrtois. Tho
Judgts haxe forced the two clubs to
act Ity dt t lining the senior barge event
no raee uud lulling on them to bo at
the snatch at a ttrtaln time a xveek
from tomoriow. Anj erevx not present
on time xx III bo dee hit d former de-
baricd and. If there Is nun erexv pies-
f lit, tho race will he awaitbd to that I
'I ho public want lo see the rate'
lowed oxtr again In ordei that tho j
supremacy of one now oi the other!
may be ih finitely settled. Tno Judges I
haxo absolute power In the mutter uud
tliiie are mini) Mxi tie's who, lathtr'
than ste the rate go by it fault, xxould i
like to see It lowed over again.
.Several new shove silling Sun Fran
else ii papeis on Hie sheets were ar
rested this morning for being absent
from se liniil, Al the polite station,
the) weie given a good sound ledum
h) the inptalii In i lunge ami told that,
on .Monthi) nrxt. a tlgoious campaign
against ho)s who sell pupois during
nhonl hours, would liegln, They were
llii'ii altovxid to go.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
v t i
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 390 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. JVL VfiVAS
POST OPIMCE LANE.
Shipment of Good Young
Broken to harnovx, just received via the
"OlAMI'IC," for sale at tltelimest liuurei.
G. SCHUMAN. LTD,
Atcrchnnt Street, hetxxcen Hoot mid Alnl.cn.
I'd o I Ii
Duces your Iioi'mc need nexv
CluthcH1.' OI cuuphc lie dCH
unci xxnntH tlicm to fit too.
Thnt'n xxlicec xx c enn hcloii.
OUR STOCK OF
1h tin: inoHt liL-iiiitlful (i nd com
plete In tlilrtclt) . nntl the pi'lee
Ih kiii-c to Milt.
We lint e lui. Hiii-t-c.x , te.-ci.ii,
ci'chs xvnfon nml clump curt
Inipnt-riH. colliir.H, etc.
Coinplctc line on exhibition nt
our HiilcHroom, nct iloor to
CHA3. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., Ltd.
uiitiiiiLHi uv y. i
k imsMy , l
r LTH-IVLiO IIIO
tines the in.in who e irries olil
stock nver into the now eJMin.
In order tn maUc- room tor nur
MP3 line (it WAIL I'APlk" e
sh.t I s nut exert' roll of i;oi
stock in the house.it ?j'. per
We hate pjperb that will be sold as low as 5c prr roll.
Tills s tie will l.it till the rhoiIs are all ime.
'Phone Main 358.
Aliilt.it Htrcet, he f o xx Mepclii.nt.
P. O. Box &)4.
Kukui St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
' opposite the Ii. R. depot.
Architect!, Contractor and Builder.
ITAKatllWAlU Bit) ,
J. F. RltEY
Hoffman & Riley
I'.Q Bat it
O. Box 778
AM) IN llOTTLF.
Ryan G- Dement
Also proprietors of the popular
UNCO itt: SALOON.
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Rcot
Beer, Cream soda, wild Cherry, or
ange. Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa
rllla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol 1
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
'and Soda Cocktallt.
Mineral Waters Carltbad. Cor..
grets, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnstead Sill, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 50c per
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem
ijohns. 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned.
Geo. W. Page.
P. W. lleanlslce. V.
Architect! unci BuIIcIcph.
Ofllce, Room 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches nml Correct Estimates fur- w
nlshcd on Short Notlre.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen & Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jouulng promptly bttentled to.
M. F. BERTELMAN'S
18 - MOVED
To rear ot old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left nt either wpp I
or office at John Nott's store, King
street, will recclx'c prompt attention.
K O M E L
In Hteiullly itiiixxlm; In fnxor among
ptHiplii xxbo npprt'i Into Kood thlngm,
nml Is rnpldly becoming Hie fnxorito
family dtliiK. '
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Soli AKtH. Tin tho Tenltprj of Hawaii
Oltltt- and W'oiU, 1,111 l'oil mid Al-
Telephone No. 71 Main.
Soda Wafr. ctf. di'llxi-red frie to
nil pai'tK of tin- tit), inland oiiIith bu
VA LHI.M HI.OCK.
All Oi-tlcps Pftimiitly l:lllcd.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Mciiihci'r. Stncli unci Itunci
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attontioa given to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sugai
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
40U Cnllfornln t.,
. 8tin Hi-itnclhco, Cnl.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
1171) lllxci- Street.
Itct. Itci-ctmilli 11 nd Hnuiilil.
.MANUFACI URr.US OF
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specially.
All orikrh promptly atundcil tn.
Only competent help employeJ.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Hltie 541.
I. O. llox 7R.
W. C. ACHI & CO
Brokers & Dealers
We xx III Buy or Sell Real Ldtate in
all parts ot the grjun.
We xx 111 Sell Properties on Reason
IrTICE. 10 WHST KINR STRKM
To Let or Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makai side of Beretania street
between Pilkol and Keaumoku Sts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AHD BOSD BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Lewis & Co.
Oxxlns to the consollditlcn
of tre b;t B.scult Co's In
Amer.ca, xxe can offer to the
fubllc the following choice
make of bNcultS :
Bremers Cecelian Tea
" ' French Wafers
Full Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
C X'.i.. 1Z I t"n.l 'J .
But mnt people are not
worrying about It.
They j'ut buy on of our
tlesk or eellinfi fnnHanJ
keep cool. That's xvlnt you
sheuld do. The cost very little
In comparison to the amount of
comfo't you xxlll net from them.
Pi'Icck- UI.SK 1 ANS, bllt.00
CEILINO " 40.00
Telephone Mtiln 300.
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Company
Telephone 8181. '
314 FORT 6T.,
Has tho Dest Assortment M
PACIFIC ISLAND CU11IOS
In tho City.
KRl'SH HOMR-MADK POI ON TUES
DAYS AND FRIDAYS.