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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T THL'HSIUY, DHC. 19, 1001.
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Here are the Names
OF THE LEADERS IN THE DOLL CONTEST, DEC. 19, 1901.
ALMA FERQSON, Fort Street 270
PEARLIE KEKUMANO, Vlneard Street 220
ELOISE WICHMAn, Victoria anil Klunti Streets 101
DOROTHY WINTER, Adams Lane 100
AMY STRATEMEYR, I'llKol Sttcet ...,. 07
VIOLET A1HERTON, 700 King Street ' So
ALICE MOORE, Green Street 34
The contest win close nt 10 p. m. Saturday, Dec. 21st.
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tou, III. Tor M'U'iitl .M'Iik Mi 1'iKtu hit linn 1111 enthu-'liiMh iiiIvik ite of
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Indigestion, dyspepsia, constipation,
liver and kidney troubles, or malaria.
OnrPrlvate Die Stamp Is over the neck
or the hottle.
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MR. W. W. DIMOND says: "I cannot say too much In praise of
these lamps, the give n sort pcnctialing light, evenly iliHtrihnleil
nml without fluttering or noise. They are the best lamps I have ever
MR. W. H. SMITH, Manager of Manufacturers' Shoe Co, says!
"The) are tho hest lights we hau evei nseil, anil I lake glint pleas
lire In recommending them "
We hnvo many other such rttommuulatlons. We will Install
these Lamps nt n small cost aiut.lhiv will give 5011 fl times the
amount of light nf the Inrnmlesii nt at the same cost. Itiirn eighty
liourH with one trimming. For further Information semi us n postal,
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Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. ,
Kind Street, near Alukcn.
FRVE'S H)Y Bill TWO TO DEGIDED
We have now a targe stock of th
above on hand.
CEMENT ROOFINQ affords thor
ough fire protection to the building
and Is a nonconductor ot heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
quickly and easily applied.
Pure water flowing from the roof
can be used for domestic purposes.
Can be applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and fire proof. For
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We solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
OLD MEASURE HAS
No Provision Made for Foreign Built
Vessels -Classification Differs
From the Original
Washington. Pec. 9. Senator I're
today Introduce! tho new ship sub
sidy hill. It differs In form from tlio
biihslily hill of the two past sessions.
It Is divided Into four titles ami fifteen
sections. The sections under the title
'Ocean Mall Steamships" are devoted
to amendments to the ocean mall act ot
1S01. The Postmaster General Is re
quired to consider the national defense
and the maritime interests of the Unit
ed States, as well as postal Interests In
providing for the tinuspoitntlou of
The present limit of ocean mall con- adultery may amount to extreme cruel
tracts, ten ears. Is Increased to flf- t. hut they do not necessarily under
teen oeais. The Kre hill provides circumstances. In determines
seven distinct classes, with a rate of whether they amount to cruelty or not,
Jfi to twontj-knot steamers, Increasing jt proper to consider whether they
from 8000 to 10.000 the minimum Blze; 'were made In the presence of third per
$3 for slxtccn-knot steamers, provided 8onn or not, and whether thej resulted
tho size Is Increased from EO0O, tho ln U0lj narm or an appiehenslon of
present minimum tonnage, to S000 ticxlllj harm or not.
tons. The proposed maximum rates A charge of unfaithfulness may or
per gross ion per nuniiren nauucai'maj not amount to a charge of adul-
REFUSAL OF DIVORCE
AND MAJORITY YERDICT
Unanimity of Jury May Be Waived
as Well as Jury Trial
Judge Humphreys Is sustained by thu
Supreme (Joint lu refusing to grant a
divorce to Corluue Djrtlett from Ward
S. Hartlett. Chief Justice r'rear li
author uf the opinion, the gist of which
Is contained In the following svllahus.
"Kxtretnu cruelty for purposes of
divorce does not icqulie personal vio
lence. It may exist if thcie Is bodily
injur), whether actual or apprthcuded,
whether direct or Indirect, through
mental suffering. Qucre, whether men.
tal suffering atone is sufficient.
False and malicious charges ol
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16, our entire stock
will be offered at reduced prices on
account of removing to Robinson Blk.,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
self of our low prices.
14 Hotel Street, near Nuuanu.
miles are: Over 10 000 tons, twenty
knots. 2.7 cents; nineteen knots. 2 o
cents. Over 3000 tons, eighteen knots,
2 3 cents; seventeen knots. 2.1 rents;
sixteen knots, l.lt tents; fifteen knots,
IT cents. Ovei 2000 tons, fouiteen
knots. 1.5 cents.
Hates for mall steamers to the West
Indies, Central America and Mexico
cannot exceed 70 per cent of tho maxi
The second title, "General Subsidy,"
contains the general subsidy for all
vessels, steam or sail, which are not
under mall contracts. This general
subsidy Is uniform, one per cent pe
gloss per 100 nautical miles for not ex
ceeding sixteen entries In one ear.
To piomute the building of new
ocean vessels, an additional allowance
of one-fourth of a cent per gross ton
is made for five sears.
tery, according to thu circumstances.
"Tho opinion of a trial court In a
divorce case should he considered as a
whole, l'arts ma be explained by
other parts. Inaccuracies In parts
would not necessitate a now trial when
there Is no leason to suppose that a
new trial might result, differently.
"I'ndcr our statutes a deciee of di
vorce has the effect of n verdict of a
Jury, and cannot be reveised as con
trary to the evidence, If theie Is sulU
cleut evidence to support It."
In the case of C. U. I'rlugle vs. Hllc
Mercantile Co , the Supreme Court de
cides that unanimous vcidlcts are un
necessary lu civil proceedings when
both parties to a suit agree to a ma
jority verdict. The case was presented
to two Justices, I'nar and l'errry, at
the December term, Justice Oalbraltu
being disqualified. 1'rear, In writing
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
!E . 0. 33o2C 880 vdZaAnn. 2IA
BIO HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TOYS.
Many new Stayles Table Covers, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY OOQD8 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P, O BOX MS- TSl. ll.
WI3XTC3r WO OiHLAJXr
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dliri In Floi Sltki aol Gun Llotoi. Chlotu to4 Jp.oM Goods of All Klili.
to-tii Nauinu ittHl
ny vessel to receive the general.,,.. nni,,inn Bn.
subsidy must carry malls. If required., ..T1e only aB8gnmcnt of crror that
ami must train In seamanship or en- nccil 1)0 notccd , mt , mict oI
glneerlng one American jouth for eaclt the Jury wag rcnilmd uy n,ne 01llj. oJ
1000 tons, the vessel to be at the ser- tllt) tweUo Jllrora 10 olller , u,,.
vice of the Government If lequlred fot ,cntlnBi Thc acton ttaa trcg,aBB allj
a"SC- .. , ..,... ...,..,.,.. ,a "i "t the last Januarj term of
.., ,... u "" .u...., .m.,i e K(JHrt, circuit Court,
he class Al. and a least one-fourth of -wlia,eer f,)lre 10 forlnP, stallltP3
the crew must ho Americans. . uni, ,,,,,, ,,,., ,.,..,
w ..U..H... .....v. 1'V. ....,, V, ,V(1II.B
1 1 bo rendi red b nluo of twelve Jurors,
may have had during the period Inter
vening liPtvveen thc annexation ot these
Islands to the I'nltcd States and thu cs-
tnbllshnunt of tlio Tcnltnrlal gov cm-
Tllli LIHE-WOKK OP McKlNLUY.
The I.lfe-Work of William McKIn
ley, by ll. T. Hoe, is a splendid speel
men of bookmaklug by the enterpris
ing publishing house of I.nlid a. I.ee,
The work Is a carefully prepared
0111I ably written history "of events of
world-wide Importance, amplified by
the lommeutH and eulogistic trlbutei
uf eminent men lu America and l-.u-n.pe,
and embetllsheil by a largo 1111m
her of most interesting and tastefully
executed pictures, ot hlgn artistic mer
it. It has evidently been the aim of
the publishers to record the llfo stor)
of .Mr. McKlute) In a simple nml direct
manner that will appeal to all the peo
ple with tho force nnd eloquence by
which Mc. McKlnlc) knew so well
how to endear himself to his country
men. Kven a huiried glance through
thc hook will Impiess the reader with
three striking featmes: til ft. thu
amount of solid historical Information
through all the chapters, making It
a book of refeiencv, second, thu Inrgu
number uf new, interesting Incidents
about the President's ancestry nnd
life, third, thc careful toundlng out of
each chapter ln a way that will sure
ly leave a lasting Impression. Tho
story ot Mr. McKlulej's life leads al
most like a lumance, and through It
all runs that steadfastness ot purpose,
that high moial coinage- and exalted
patriotism, rarely equaled and never
exceeded lu tho hlstor) of our public
men. Thc President's own masterly
dcscilptiou of thc Spanish war and
the negotiations preceding nnd follow
ing it, his splendid mngnnnlmltv to
ward thc conqueied foe, his far sighted
policy in thc nevvl acquired posses
sioiiB. nml his fnmous reclproelt)
speech at Uuffalo, arc models of Amer
ican statesmanship, and forms a most
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rare wisdom at, I thc grand lessons ot
l.is life for joiing and old arc splen
didly set forth. The work Is not only
u mine of useful Information, but will
prove exceedingly helpful In moral ed
ucatlou. It Is free from all sensation
al features, nml will appeal to thu
American jouth of this and future
generations as an attractive record of
a noble Chrlstlnn life, as citizen, sol
dler and statesman, u ought to be In
ever library, lu the hands of every
ti 111 her and pupil as n text-hook on
American patriotism, and on tho hook
shelf In every 11 (Ike and Home. (Tho
I.lle-Work of William McKlnley, 320
I ages. So Illustrations, cloth binding,
75 cents. Supeib memorial edition,
320 pages. CO illustrations, silk cloth,
witu special design, the President's
favorite How 01, In gold nnd coiois, gilt
top, 11.2. I.ahd i. Lev. Chicago.)
Whether Hlchard Croker, the miiltl
mlsslonalre, who hns had no business
but politics, or John V. Carroll, tho
uiganlzer of the Ice trust that refused
to sell fi-cent lumps to the poor, shall
he head of Tammany hall will make
no difference as to its character. 1 he
tiger does lint change his stripes, ex
cept occasionally for those of Slug
Sing. ht. Paul Pioneer Press.
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Fresh Meats and Pish . ty
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
( Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$,
1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
The Connoisseur Likes the Best Only.
He Gets the Bent,
when he sclecttt
MOET and CHANDON'S
of which a new Hlilpmcnt constating of
Quarta and Plntt. have Just been re
ceived by ------ .
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd. if
8ole AgcntH, Hawaiian Territory.
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd.
The bill provides nn annual bnuntv
of $2 a ton fot deep-sea fishing vessel)
nnd of $1 a month for American cltl
jins when engaged In diep-sen Usher
les; that a vessel shall receive onh on"
. u. , t ,, .... uuMioiiiiu 111 111 iiiu ic'iuiurim go
form of subsidy, and that a vess. letlti ,,, , , ,, tUha,
which his icielved n siilibltl shall not
be sold to a foreigner euept by con
sent of tho Secretaiy of tho Treasury.
The hill does not provide American
ieglstr to foielgu ships owned by
The lant subsidy bill provided l'i
tslnre the latter event unaulmit)
.verdicts lias been essential
I "Hut since, In a elvll cise, n trial by
Jury mil) be waived altogether, one
element, name)), that of unanimity,
'may likewise he waived.
"Inthls c.iso the plaintiff In errm
t dill 4 a a w rj c In., fn.i nrtfll, IflA ,.
wTT. ! .-":.. ' Z,", " "J " be held to have waived the re-
iihs HIMV4, liuv e Al vnilllh IUUU 1111 tQ 9
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
I THE BULLETIN
sailed, and 1 cent per gross ton fot
each additional 100 miles sailed; ves
sels to arry from United States portl
at least CO per cent of their capacity.
Steam vessels suitable foi enrrj lim
the malls, of over 2000 gross tons, wcrt
to have the following compensation In
addition to the above rntes: Twelve
Knots, .5 of 1 per cent per ton; It knois
1 cent per ton; IS knots, 1.1 cents per
ton; 10 Knots and over, 1.2 cents per
gross ton. Vessels of over 4000 tons
17 Knots, 1,4 cents per ton; 18 knots.
Mc O It nnn-TioliAnOBl
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nulrement of unanimity, for the In
structlon of tlio court to (ho Jury that
a verdkt nilKht he rendered hy nln
Jurors, vvns nhin at his express writ
Application was made jesterday to
the Supremo Court for writ of manda.
mus to compel Judge Humphreys to
act ln the Kamalo Sugar 'Company
case. The petition alleges that A, S.
Humphrejs, First Judgo of tho First
Circuit Court, has refused to comply
with tho order of tho Supremo Court
I.Ocents per ton; 19 Knots. l.S cents ''',., ,., """""" n,"
per ton. Vessels of over 10,000 tons. . n '' ' 1B ns01f, 'c " l a vs
20 knots. 2 cents per ton; 21 knots. 2 3 l'tn' "-; nd that ho still refuses
cents per ton roielm, hullt vessels tn ,uko J"rlsillctl0" '" tuo '""""- An
S.W. ""Ame "lnr eg I t.yTe !;ler to " ause is asked hy tho
entitled to so per cent ol th, ahovo i"t0r"c8 " '"" I'omioneis .
i.its. Tho total compensation ptlil.
out In nn one e.ir should not t. n" Yo" Suffer from lumhigi, rhcu
teed $0,000,000, inluctlons to he madr , nla,Um "r. BttoIltn nniscles If an.
,,m r,. procuio at onco a hottlo of PAIN-
1 ", i " , . ., I KII,I.i:it and follow tho printed dlrec-
Provision was made for n curtain n.. Tln n-llof Is insmni.ini,.,,. n
nuiuher of vessels to securo Amcilcnn well as lasting No necessity to surfer
reglstiy. Contiacts could ho entered when a remedy such ns Palu-Klller U
Into for the building of vessels In thn to ho had. Sixty yens of sucess speak
United States of class Al t)pe to re-1 for "sc'f. Avoid substitutes, them U
celvo tho subsidy ProWslous for the !'"' "? I'aln-KIUer, Perry Dav'if.
uso of vessels h, the Pulled Stales In l rlco ioQ- 1
enso of war. and that a portion of the The Bulletin's special Industrial edl
nevvs should he American, weio slmU'tlon can be obtained at this office or
lar to tho piovlslons of the new- Mil. the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
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