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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., THURSDAY, FED. 13, 1902.
"pwyiji1 y,pfi"P;ffl ;,T7rw!T"'iw,ii''ii'ii'ii - -r
THE CLEVELAND BICYCLE represents nil a Rood liloj lo Kliuulil
EaBy running strong, dltrnblo and beautiful! finished. At our price
There l no other wheel in rompetltlon.
E. O. Hall &
PRIMO BEER LICENSES
Judge lintee UeclnrcH
UNCONSTITUTIONAL AND VOID
(Continued from page 1 )
Ing of malt liquors In the District ot
Honolulu' ' And seitlon 471 of said
Part V. provided as lullows
"The Minister of the Interior mow
the Treasurei ) is hi'tel nuthoilzed to
grant licenses for one year In tills He
public to any person or persons mnk
lug written application lor the same
to sell by the glass or In nnv other
quantity less tnan five gallons malt
liquors mnnufa. tilled In Honolulu tin
der sections 172 to IS3 Inclusive upon
receiving lor each license the sum of
While section IS1 piescilbcs tint
"llnfore receiving any license, to sell
malt liquors as above, the npplliant
shall lllo nn approved bond with the
Minister of the Inteilor mow mo
Treasurer) In the pcnaltv of imu
" Second- That he will not sell
or otherwise dispose of on the premlfo
for which he Is licensed imv wines,
malt liquors, or spirits oi anv ilesirlp
Hon whatever, and also that be will
not store or nnoweii io ic suiieu on
the premises for which he Is ll.eiised
I n au mn It I niinn nt nnv a tvl rft u
latter sections nil provide regulations
for the person who is to be given n
imj ,nro. in..,. i,,i.win ... ...... ,.....- ,v4t,iwiii utui iJiuwBiuii ttim-ii pie loiiu h c-iiiss ui pjimcH w nose rigiiis qt of this Territory, far from prohibiting
oi any iiescripuun uuinji-.-i. i,-ms me s;uc ami sionng on me uauiimes arose out or tno same trnn-1 1. H1, f 8piituous liquors heieln
ccpt such beer manufai tured In Hono premises or malt liquors other than actions or have relation to n common directly contemplnto tho continuance
lulu nnd under the said nlove men beer manufactured In Honolulu, 'fund or mass of property sought to he 0f the liquor tralllc. and derive a rev-
tloned sections" Thereafter on the 21st day or N'ovem administered, such distinct demnnib therefrom nv iloeimlmr it Xoth-
ISnrilnm In IK In, lull.l lllli ll l,r Ki.ll th ..1.1 ..ll.lff.. .1 i. ' .... ll.l.lll.i.. .1... HUt llll riinim uy llllliailll, 11. "
..".." .' -" -- - .vv.., ,.,- i,,,, ,,,(,i,,,,n .IIIIIIIKII t,( ll.lljlllll.n , IIIllllIL IJV IIKI.I l.KltLi:U III Ion Iu l.i.tln, an, (In, I hnlt'nl a. flin,.
license to Drew the mailed liquor lnvhlih they complained of the fact , must stand oi fnll by Itself alone.
Honolulu. -that chapter Ifi or the Session Laws or Clay vs. Field. 138 U. S. 479, the sann
While section 4S2 gives to the Mill tSS8 was In conflict with tho Constltu Court saying In tho ense of Schwed
Ister of the Interior mow the Tiens Hon of the United States nnd void, nsivs. Smith, Kir, V. S., p. 188:
urer) discrctlnnniy poWer to place descrlmlnatlng In fnvor or local beer "The theory is that, although the
such provisions In the license or tho anil agnlnst beer made on the Main-'proceeding Is In form but one suit, Its
bond rererred to In section 481 ns shall land in regard to the amount or the legal effect Is the samo as though ser
be necessary to the ion eet legulatlon license rce. nnd requested that he nrate suits hail been begun on each of
of the business nnd pn-mlses licensed cease to Issue any fuilher licenses tin- the separate causes of action." Holt
Brewing License Granted. I dor the conditions Imposed by sald'vs. Ilergevin. (in Fed 1. Putney vs
It was shown upon the hearing that statute, to wit: those conditions Whltmlio. lifl Fed. .1S5. Nashville C
no license wns Issued to any person which piohlblt the licensees from sell & St. I.. Ity Co vs. McConnell. 82
to brew malted liquor In Honolulu. In Ing other beer thnn Honolulu beer. Fed. 725.
accordance with the provisions or sec. which said communication was m I Constitutional Rights
tlon 472 hereinbefore referred to until knowledge.! by the'defendant In n I. I To ... nPRnn nf ir.a,,r,inn ,wa
the 4th day oi May. 1S99. when such tor dated November 21. IDul. In wb,. b . To tills question or Jurisdiction thpr
n llcmsn wns Issued to one A. HocK- 'i.J ..,,. ViT ..,".." J n, ' " I , . I ' "tiothcr nspett besides that at 'he
Ing "to brew mnlted liquors nt Queen
c i-i. , In tl.a tlietHrt it 1 lmnllim Ifll.
n.i-v. ... ... ....... - -. u iii-i-iim-n nn UL-iiHiiiiieii wen' i-i t-r
and of Oahu. Hawaiian Islands." ror'B8, to the lomplalnants or an ono
,h trm r nw, mir, nn,i nine mnniii . 1.. .1... 1 , .... .
v . . - ---. w, mvill, tlO ) till.- lUIIIIUtjl III 111! ll
from that date. That the Honolulu , fendant in his answer on file herein
Ilrewery & Malting Co Ltd oigunlz- i the everelse ol the discretion vest
ed pursuant to said Uunse began ..j him. lie refused to iRsue the II
brewing some time, in Februai or oenses beielnnbove requested and still
.viarcn, imn. nnu ine urn uuipiu ui im
beer was on Julv 1. lf.ni Slmultn-1
neously with the output r the blew
nfv tnnil nn unl,l Jlll 1 111111 III,'
lofnniinnt lu.n.in lioL-nn tin. IusiiIiil' nf
licenses under tho Act ieferre.1 to. to
pnrtles who upon paving tbo'"f "The Penal l.uws of the Hawallnu
tw, ,.r to-.ii r.'.r .... mnr ui.ro Islands, 1S97.' ) Is unconstitutional and
nu ihn rtiilo.. i,. "..ii in." Hi,,
glass or In nny other quantity less .against the beer products or the other Wlth lorelgn nations, nnd among Hi
than (lve gallons malt liquors manii-' States nnd Territories o! the United Bevcral States and with tho Indian
fnctured In Honolulu" Said licenses States, jet the Jtulsdlctlon ot the tribes." ,.. , , , .
containing a proviso that said malt Court on other grounds has been ns-j whllo the so-called Kqual Illghts
liquors should be disposed of only "be- sailed upon the hearing, although no Clause," section 2 nf Article IV or tlM
... ih hnro f i: vil I,, tim'plea thereto was raised by defendant's . Constitution provides that:
mnrnh. nn.l II nVlnek ,.n ..li.rv .InV.anSWer.
except Sunday. (Plaintiffs' F.xhlblt 1 )
Conditions of Retailing.
Ilut as a condition precedent lo tho
Issuance of said license each appll
cant was required to execute n bond i"0" Involved In the case? and Second: tl.Ia case, aro the complainants wl.lle
in the penal sum of JliMiO conditioned o the Tncts In tho case shown nn selling the beers of tho different per
among other things as follows. amount of Injury sullldcnt to enable sons nnd corporations, citizens or ottv
"Second' That ho will not sell or tho Court to assume nnd retain Juils-.er States, for whom they respectively
otherwise dispose of on the premises diction In necoiilnnce with the provI-uet ns agents In Honolulu on an equal
for which ho Is licensed nny wines, "'"ns or the law giving Jurisdiction to .footing In n fiee mnrl.et with tho man
malt liquors or spirits of any descrlp .Circuit Courts In .eituln cases? ufnctureis of homo brewed beerT
tlon whatsoever except such beer man Section 1 of the Act of 1S.SS (Vol Sections 4,9 to 4S3 or Part V. chap
ufactured in Honolulu nnd undei said -3. Statutes or U S. p 434) nmenda ler 41 of the I'enal Laws, and under
nbove mentioned Ait (the Ait to 11-1 toiy of the Ait ol 1875, piovldct, as fol which laws some twenty-live licenses
cense the brewing of malt Illinois lns: M"1"' ls8llt''l V ,h(- Treasurer of the
Honolulu) Plaintiff Exhibit 2. "Tho Circuit Coin t of the United Territory, as appears In evidence, to-
In other words snld licensees aie , States shall have oilglnal cognizance Bother authorize the Treasurer to is
given tho privilege or soiling at io- of all suits of a civil nature at com- "u "censes ror one year for a fco oi
ihn result m sine ROYAL MALT
tho result oi -sing Royal rrtrtL-'
This tonic beverage Is without equal
n n Klrencthoner' it tones un tho
ns a strcngtnencr, u idols up mo
Drain and body aro both stimulated
and strengthened and tho debilitating
w . f .m n,, - ..,
effects of this cllmato are overcome.
Vim, Vigor and Vitality follow In
tho wako of "ROYAL MALT EX -
TRACT", that peerless tonic.
He sure and get tho gonulno; don't
wasto tlmo or money on worthless Im
25c per bottle
$2.50 per dozen
Hnnron Drug Go.,
tall Honolulu manufactured beer un
der licenses which nre to be paid for
at the rate of $230 per annum, upon pecuniary loss, ct It Is appatent that1 , . . ,i nono uut Honolulu
condition that they do not either store each of them was Injuied In his Indl-, FrpwPTL.-cr can do so for a license
or sell upon the premises any foreign vidua! right to free commerce In the f r ,j;u " , but nny man ,,o
mnnufactiired beer or other spirits Infilngement thereof, by this dlscrlm- (ca res to F(,i Imported beers nt retail
V",!" !!".V!,t!n.10r.y f ,l10 ,1lof""' , """'"B 8,V,,e' ani '? n'l'llHon to this m,1Bl tnli0 out a rclaller's license nnd
ant. II. Wright. It appears that 2. common Injury sustained by all, there t my ,N,) n year or exactly four
of these licenses were Issued between was. In the estimation of the Court, Umes the amount he would have t1 pay
July 1. 1901. nnd November 25 1901 unfile lent specific pecuniary loss shown (o cll 10im, hrevvod UCCr alone nnd
and the testlmonv further shows Hint by at least two of the complainants. ,,, , nK 8 $i00o a year, Is not
i.Mtnln or the licensees are now doing owlt Pence. k & f.'o and I.. H Dee. . ,, ,',, pcrmmed to sell tho Hono
buslness thereunder i In dnmage to each of them by reason ,, .,., ,'t.i n,.,rn,inr
Demands on Treasurer.
It further appears from the testlmo
nv or Mr. Wright, that beforo the com
mencement or these piocec'dlngs. the
plalntirfs, through .Mr Hobertson. one
or their attorney, made n demand up
on him Mr a license to i,-ll foreign
turned beers Mr the sa.e fee reqnlr-1
ed under the law Mr a license to sell
Honolulu biewed beer, to-wlt: $2j"
pei annum, and the snld defendant tc-S'
Iflcd thnt ho refused to Issue said II
Thereafter on November 19. 1901.
nppllcntlou wns made In wilting bv
"i- 1,'Miei.iuiuiitn miuiiKii men iiiior
news, upon the snld defendant re-1
questing the Issuance to them of II I
cense to 'sell beer bj the glass and
In nnv other quantity less than five
gallons under the provisions or chap-
ler i, oi ine session l.nws or isss isee-.
tlons 179 4S3, I'eunl Laws) excepting
lluii-iifiini (lint ni.,,,,1 nl,... l.ll. ..
their attornejs, addressed another
communication to tho defendant. In
he Btritcs thnt "no more licenses will
,e Issued for the time being"
V 11 .1 1...1 -
reruses to Issue the same
j11Pi.Hirin i r.n,.
While the real Issue In this ense Is
Hi or the Session
l.n of 1888 (now part V, chapter 41
I void bv leason or Its discrimination
In the matter of Jurisdiction tvo
questions are to be considered by the
First: Is them n constitutional ones-
niou mw or in equity wnero tno mat i " ui -v m uu pcioun m, m-nm--ter
in dispute exceeds oxtlusive of ln-',to sell "malt liquors manufai tured In
terest nnd costs tho sum or vnluo of ' Honolulu by the glasB or In any otn
$2001) and rising under tho Constltu or quantity less than five gallons, op
tion or laws of tho United Slates." I on the execution of n bond that ho
Thcro Is no doubt as to tho bill of ulll not "sell or otherwise dispose of
complainants showing upon its face a on tho premises for which he Is II
Biilllclent case for tho Court to tak censed any wines, malt liquors or spli
Jurisdiction originally, alleging as It It "f nny description whatever and al
docs both tho statutory amount of In 80 that ho will not storo or allov to
Jury and the fact that tho Territorial bo stmed on the premises for whlci
statute complained of Is In violation '"' 'H licenced, any wines, malt llquou
of tho Constitution of the United .or nny gplrlts of any description what
States, nnd no plea having been filed soever except such beer manufnciur-
.. ...- . :..- . ..,:.. . ..
"" "'" 'mrt ' l" '"-'"-'nuani io tno
jurlscllctlon. As was said by tho Su
promo Court of the United Slates In
tho case of Ilartog vs Momory. llii
U' s- 588. parties cannot coll upon tho
jo v ,
)y a pt,a t(J t10 j,rHjttn , mmo
other appropriate form of proi ceding,
The case Is not to be tried by the par -
tloi as If there wns n plea to the Jur
udlclloll wmjn no 8Ucnl nca ,ma ,,.
1 This Is not nn action nt law. It Is
nn application for an Injunction anil
therefore within tho equity Jurls.llc
(on ()f ,,. (,01lrt Tho jllry com.
plained or If nny be shown, Is n con
tinning one, and It has been frequent-
ly held that In a suit In equity vvheie
an Injunction Is nskod for, tho amount
In dispute Is not the amount In contro
vcrsy, but lather tho value of tho ob
ject to bo gained by tho bill.
In the cube or mimes vs. smltn, 93
Fed 802, where an objection was mada
to tho Jurisdiction of tho court bo -
cause tho amount did not exceed tho
sum of J2000, tho Court held that
"The Jurloillrtlon Is not determined
In that way. Jurisdiction la dctormln
eil by the vnhio or the right to ho pro
tected or the extent of the, Injury to
be prevented h the Injunction. Del
aware L & V. It Co. n. Frank, 110
red (189. Interstate IlhlK. & Loan As
soelatlnn vs Edgefield Hotel Co. 109
Keel 1.112 Nashville, t I.. Hy Co. vs.
Mi Council. S2 IVmI. "25.
See alio the rase of Haverhill Oas
light Co vs Darker ct al , 109 Fed. 091,
where It was held that n federal Com t
of equltj has Juiisdlctlon of a suit by
a gai company against onieers or a
SInte to enjoin the threatened enforce
nient of nn order inaile by defendants
under n statute, requiring complain
ants to supply gas to itistomers at a
rate which Is alleged lo be so unreas
onably low that the enfoicement of the
order will result In depriving complain
ant or Its lights under the fourteenth
Amendment, both on the ground of
n prevention of n niuttlitllc.lt of suits
between complainant and Its custom
cis and because surh suit Is the most
opproed method of detei mining the
constitutional questions involved.
"The dlgnltv nnd value of the right
assailed, and the power nnd nuthoiity
of the souicc fiom which the nssault
proceeds aie elements to be consider
ed In the computation of damages If
they nre to be not only compensation
for the direct wrong and Injury In
volved In the apprehension of Its rep-
otltlon." llary vs Edmunds. 110 U. s.
Injury to Plaintiffs.
And while It Is true that the com
plalnnnts did not all establish a clear L
of the falling off of sales since the Is ,
suniice or the licenses to sell the Ho-
nolulii brewed beer to meet the re-1
qulicments ot the statutes In relation '
to tho nmount or dnmage Involved In '
n suit to give this Couit Jurisdiction. '
and especially as It appears that tlila 1
Injury will he a continuing one tho
amount of which cannot now bo clear
ly estimated In dollars and cents. I
It would seem apparent
thnt the Jurisdiction Is shown bv
least two or the complainants.
The general principle . Is that
If several persons be Joined In n suit
in c!iiiy or 4iuiiiiniuy, nnu nave u
common nnd Individual interest.
though separable as botvveen them
selves, the amount of lliclr Joint claims
or liability will be the test of lurlmll"
Hon, but where their Interests nre dls I
linct anil tney nre to ncil Mr the sa ., i
or convenience only and because tbev '
iu. .. I 1 .- 1 . i I
gether for the purpose of giving thlj
Court Jurisdiction by appeal, but each
pecuniary untitle already discussed
and that Is In relation to tho Infringe
1 ,.., ,, ,1... ,,, i,in,,ni Pinu, r ,i,
"."?. . L VZ hS .M imm
platntlfTs to all privileges and Immn
nltles enjojed by the iltlzens or the
Tenltory, In the salo or rorelgn liro.l
nets within tho Territory and their
right to be free from nil dlrcrlmlnntiiij
Subdivision I of section S of aitldc,
1 of the Constitution of tho Unite .
Stntes prescribes that
"All duties, Imposts nnd excises rhall
be uniform throughout tho United
Stntes"; subdivision 3 of said section
, 8 also providing that Congress sha'l
have power "to regulate conimere-
"TllO CltlZPIlS Of each State Blinll be
entitled to nil tho privileges and Immn
Initios of the citizens of the soveial
Under tho stnto of facts disclosed In
.i i i, 1.. i..
" u iiuuu.hm.. . . .
Tho "wholesale vending or splntu
ous liquors" under section 129 of !hr
Penal Lnws In which one of the p'lln
tiffs Is engaged, and tor which an an
, cen80 fee ()f ni) , mmilC,,t
simply entitles the lltenseo to .ll
liquors In tho original package Inv
1 ported and In no other mnnner. F.,ir
or the plalntirfs who have been II
CCIl8e(, llmler gealon 432 0, 10 K,llh,
l.aws, having what nro known as
"Dealers' Licenses." nnd for which
iney pnj ouu a year, aro privileged in
sell "nriteni spiuts in quantities not
lPBa timn ono Kallnn, wines, ales and
other liquors containing aiconoi in
quantities not less than ono dozen but
ties." nut with tho proviso that such
liquors shall not bo drank or used on
tho premises where they aro sold
Whllo Lawrence II. Dee. tho remain
Ing plaintiff, has what Is known as 11
"Iletnllcr's License," under section!
434, 135 nnd 430 of tho Penal Laws tut
, which ho pays an annual fco of $1000.
nnd which entitles him to sell nnd dl
pose of any spirituous liquors "b tho
glass or bottle on the premises therein
specified between the hours of luilf
past 5 o'clock In the morning and half
past 11 o'clock at night except Sun
It seems to bo clear that upon ih
face of sections 479 to 481 Inelui've,
they are grossly discriminating
against n foreign manufactured i c n
modlty. In this Instance foreign lnimi
factured beer. And this, Is made alwo.
lutely plain from the testimony ot Mr
Wright tho defendant herein, who.
fcrrlng to n conversation with Mr
Hobertson, one of tho attorneys for
the complainants, In relation to the is
Biinncc of a licence to them, said
Von Informed mo what you wanted
and I told oil that I would not lssti" n
license under that law Act of 18SS) ta
sell foreign beer nnd you then told mil
that perhaps there would be n suit
brought against me. ... I lc
fused to Issue a license under that law
for the sale of beer manufactured out
side of Honolulu. Tho Court Let us
get nt It. Tor a manufacturer of tho
mainland tieer to sell beer In this Tor
rltory, he must pay to tho Territory .1
thousand dollars a venr. Is that so? A
They must obtain a retnll liquor II !
cense. Q for n thousand dollar a
year? Yes, sir, which permits them
to sell also, permits them to sell overy
thing. Q. Hut they cannot sell thnt
'"'Ported beer unless they have one of
these thousand dollar licenses? A. That
Is correct. Q And they can Bell homo
made beer for $250 a license. Is that
co"! '.:.S!.r:... . . ...i
,. , ,.,,,, ,n .., nml ,. ,..
clear iirscrlmlnatlon Is shown ns
nKnnst the manufacturers or the for
n eommocllty tor which they have
rRht through their agents to com
ttialn nnd tho fact that the JlOfiO 11
.engp i80 u)Vers the sale of splrltu
011H ,lqllo ,)lhcr thnn beer Is a mere
incident the fact remains that tho
lnip0r.,i i,cr8 cnnot bo sold except
upon a license costing four times the
nmnimi nf Hie HrniiRn to sell the homu
biewed beer. Such n discrimination Is
repugnant to the Constitution of the
United States, nnd clearly In violation
or i(s provision hereinbefore set forth,
No Prohibition Here.
It Is true that under the police pow
ers of n State or Territory. It can reg
ulate tho sale or all Intoxicating Illi
nois within Its bounds, or prohibit
Bm.M a0 entirely, but In doing so It
. .n.i..,i.,. !.,, ,i, ,,.
Kcr wtlln ltR ,.a(eB. T1C oci laws '
j (,at n State cannot constitutionally en
act laws discriminating In fnvor of'
Us own citizens or In favor or against
tho citizens of nny other State of the
United States On this rests one of
.1 1 .!.. t .1.1 l.l
ine mosi snereu ngnis oi ciuieiisiui'. , ., on the "Itlr greatest 24-hour port for San Francisco will find thcro
If the laws of one State or Tciritory ; -J ' "" "xe -"' nK""., hour' "ranch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
can discrlmlnato against tho propei ty'hange. ( 1.1, ' , ' " Lr " X Office located In tho Merchants' Ex
rights of the iltlrcns or another St.ito one dny to the same hour on ine cl)anKe whore ,g mantaned for tUcr
or Territory in one thing, they can do next: "lows' passed this point on the Ueneflt free of charge, complete sets
so iu all things It would hardly s". in 9th and 24th; "highs" on the 1st and charts and directions of the world.
neiessary to refer to authorities fii -
tinning tills proposition, nut it wn
held by tho Supremo Court of Un
united Stnles In tho caso of Wnlriu
vs. Michigan. 110 U. S. 44fi. which is tl
ense In elation to tho constitution..!!-
tv nf n statutn Imnnsltm a tnx on nor
sons engaged In tho sale or liquor. to
bo brought Into nnd sold within the
"A iiiscriminniing tax imposeii uy n;2otn: total at i.uaKana. i.zu; norma.
State opeiatlng to the disndvantng" of 9 j.-lt at Kaplolanl Park, 0.13; normal
the products ot other Stntes when In- o Mn
... .. . . .. . . ..... ... .. .. .. .
ol c ommerce aniong the States nnd n
... ..-.., .. .n.......w
rui h is n iisnrimtion of tho nower 'un-
fen eil by tho Constitution upon tho
Congress of tho United States.'
So. too. In the case of Webber s
Vhglnln, 103 U S. 341, referring to tho
Stntutc of tho Stnto of Virginia, which
provided for tho payment of u lleenso
fco for the right to sell sewing r.in
chines made In other States, the Couit
say (pago 351):
"Commcico amoug the States In any
commodity can only be free when tbo
commodity Is exempted from all dis
criminating regulations and burdens
Imposed by local authority by reason
of Its rorelgn growth or manuracturu
Leloup vb. Mobile, 127 U. S. 040, Wal
ton vs. Missouri, . I II. S. 275, nnd nlsn
the very recent case of Lansing ve,
Davles & Co, 13 Haw 200, which Is to
the same effect.
Unconstitutional and Void.
I am therefore of opinion thnt chop
ter 40 of the Session Laws of 1888 now
known ns Part V of chaptei 11 of thoamm'mt ls'repoitcd nn falling In tne
"Penal Laws ol tho Hawaiian lslnnds. I Hpace of twent eight houis, nt L.i'1
isui. eniiue.i oaio 01 .vinu i.iquors
is uiicousiuuiiouui unu void i.ei mo
Injunction Issue as praed for.
Dated February 13. 190.1
LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
P,.r Wnnt f.nlilnin Stp Pflfrf. ly
' ' ' - ..... f, .
WANTED Young man deslieb n sit
uation us porter In hotel AddiesB
F E. P.. this olllce. 20700-1 w
FOR SALE Furniture. Call at lloom
11, Queen Hotel, Nuuanil St.
Nothing sweetens nml freshens stala
ulr better thun ozone, says Loudon
Lancet, and now that must of the rail
way companies have successfully
adopted a ajatem by which each car
llage on Its Journey develops by menus
o a dynamo attached to the axles Its
own cm rent of clcctilclty for lighting
purposes, there Is no reason why tho
same current should not be utilized at
.he same time to ozonlzo the nlr of tho
compartment. Tho quantity or ozonn
required Is small. The result would
certainly be good, slnco ozone has n
remarkably destructvlo action on
aerial Impurities and unpleasant smells
and gives tho air a degree of freshness
similar to that of the sea breezes.
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
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the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
IN HONOLULU FOR THE
MONTH JUST PASSED
Only Noteworthy Feature was Cold
Wave From 24th to 27th-
following Is tho meteorological sum-
Curtis J. I.vons. for the month of J.inu
mars by Terruorini .vieieoroioniet
ary, 1902, as prepared by him.
Tcmperntme mean for the month
708: normnl. 70 1, average dally maxl
mum, 76 3, average dally minimum
i,5 (i, mean dally range, 10 9, greatest
I dally range. 20 3. least dally rnnge, 5
degrees, highest temperature, 79; low
est, 35 5.
iarmctcr average. 29.995; normal
,.,,. ...,,, ,n,-. .,, ... in0l.
-'". IH""Ii ov.., .... ...v. ..
mldlty, 72; normnl, .b.7;
S: normal. 02.8; absolute
dew point. 60
" '.?' -""" '".,",, ,n,V,
normal. C27. Lowest dew-point, 10th
. tA. .. " CD rtMnltias ! SllllttA ffflfr
i anu -ilil.
i . .... .-.
0 30 Inch; normal. 3-10:
laln-record dnvs. 13; normnl. 10; great
est ralnfnll In one dny, 0 00 on the
!, iiiiiiiih rmtn -i a ii.-. in :i:i i.i ipii '
, -:' ,;'r " "" ,
" " .. . '..
stood nt 3103 The average dallj
mean sea-level lor .innunry was j.jv
feet on the scale; 10 00 representing an
' assumed nnnual mean, and 9 SG the
I actual mean for ten jenrs. (There la
evidently no reason for fear that the
Island Is subsiding )
Tinde-wlnd days. 23; (4 of NNE
normal. 14; average force of wind dur
ing daj light, Heaufort scale, 2.5; cloud
iness, tenths ot sky, 3 7.
Approximate percentages of district
ralnfnll, South Hllo, 28; North Hllo.
00. Hiimnkua, 30, Kohala, 00; Wnlmea
CS: Kona, SO; Kau, 25, Puna, 35; Maul
, 50: leeward Oahu, 8. windward Oahu,
40, ii.iu.il, .'s. I lie omci.ii ugurcs tor
tlie heavy rainfall of December pe
V.I0118 wcie. twentj-fnur hours to the
morning of the 24th, 30 50 Inches
to the morning of the
o-.ii, m mi mniin.. n :to in nil ih. ii
. pahoehoe. Noith Hllo, at 500 feet el
Mean tempeintuies- Pepeckco. HI n
District, l.'U Icet elevation, nveiaxi
m.ixlnium. i7' average mlnlmuai
9. Wnlmcn, Hawaii Island, 2730 -l
evntlon, ti't.9 nnd Co.?; Kohala, 521 ele-
vntlon, 74.0 nnd 04.7, Walakoa, Kula
Mnul, 2700 elevation, 73.7 and 53,0, W
It. Castle. Kulaokahua. GOO feet eleva
tlon, highest, 79; lowest, 57; mean
Mr. Fleming, U. . C. and a S
. ,..,, !..,, n,nH.. ,. I.l f...
I IIIIIKIIVIII IIUDCIIUIUIJ 111UI 3IOUI, L, IV a I
Oahu, 50 feet elevation, furnishes th
following llguies; tnlufnll. 0.09; meat '
maximum, bo.9; mean minimum, ol 3
(probable mean tenipeiature, 70 4),
dew point, 9 a. m., C1.8, 9 p. m 0 7;
mean relative humidity, 70.
Kohala, Dr U D. Uond, ropnrts
mean dew point, 02 1; lelatlvc 1'iimld .
The month ot Jnuuaiy was charar-'
terlzed by tine weather, the only oth '
er notcwoithy rentuie being the cold
wnve fiom 24th to 27th
Cl'HUS u LYONS.
Cleilcnl Customei (mousing himself
from nap In
haibeii chair) All
II.ii her Yes,
quite somo tlnif
Clerical Customer Indeed'
mutt have had a long sleep?
Harher You surely have, sir.
Clerical Customer It was ccrtalnlj
veiy kind of you not to awaken mo
the lest lias done me good, and I am
verv thankful to vo.i for what was
rcallj a very refreshing sleep,
Hni her Don't mention It, sir It's
only a fair return; I attended service at
your ihuich last Sunday. Doston
A large Importer has consigned to
us n quantity of rich Oriental Rugs,
with Instructions to sell them at
In compliance, wo shall on Monday,
robmary 10th, and during the week
following, offer tho people of Hono
lulu nn opportunity to purchase rare
and beautiful rugs at prices as low ns
could bo secured hy going to New
Thoso familiar with fine rugs will
recognize tho India, Cashmere, Fer
eghan, Herman, QuendJIi, Kara.
bagh, Daghettan, Kheva and Bokhara
ns high class goods.
The sizes nre: 15x10, 12x9, 12x8, llx
8, 10x7, 10x5, 9x0, 8x5, 7x4, 0x3, 5x4,
There are also about CO samples ot
20xG3-Inch American made Smyrna
and Moquette Rugs, which will bo
Included In the snlo at very low prices.
INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED
k ?l n r
ft IS"' s
r r rr
MonJiy .. ..
6 16 is o
a m. p m
16 ii si
' Jl I Jt
First quartet of the moon on tho
lGth at 4:27 a. iu.
Tides from the United States Coast
nn( Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul ana Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard TImo Is lOh 30in
slower than Green wclh time, being
unit of the meridian of 157.30. The
ttmo whistle ..ows nt 1:30 p. m., which
U the same as Greenwich. Un 0m.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find tlicrj
Latest Information can be obtained re
jgardlng lights, dangers to navigation
t & ". U"..Bv. . ....B-..-..
matters ot ,ntercst to ocean
Wealber Dureau Punahou, February
1?.. Temnernture Mornlnc minimum.
61: Midday maximum, 78.
Barometer nt 9 n. m. 29.93. Slightl
t)'ctt j,olnt GfsV
I ii,.,i n, ... n' . , en ,ni
luarj .,.- earner nazy; winu ,resn
Wednesday. Feb 12.
Nllhau, Thompson, from Puna-
Thursday, Feb 13.
C.-A. S S Mlowera, Hemming, from
Str. J. A. Cummins, Scarlc, for Oahu
Thursday. February 13.
Stmr. Helene, Nicholson, from Ha
waii, with C04S bags Laupahoehoo su
gar for T. II. navies & Co.
gtmr Ijt,hun, Napala, from Molol.
stiui. Iwalanl, Oreen, from Kan
Stmr. Keauhou. Moslicr, from Kauai.
S. S. Mloweia, Hemming, for Vic-
I A.I. nn.l 1',.. ........ . O ..
''"",' """"" " "' " ,. ,
un ..IIIIUll.llU, uii-tjuij, U1 lltlllUi
Fiom Kauai, per stmr Keauhou
Feliruai) 13 J. Rodilgues.
Fiom Kami, per stmr. Iwalnnl. Feb
ruaryl! Capt Itennle, L E Ileebe.
Fiom the Colonies, per C A: A. S. S
Mlowein. Febiuary 13. Mesdames,
Coulsou, Messrs Coulson, O'llrlvn nnd
PAIA PLANTATION MEETING.
Hy order of tho Directors, tho An
nual Meeting of the Stockholder of
Pala Plantation will he held on Mon
day February Jlth, 1902, at 10 30 u.
tn.. at tbo offices of Alexander & Dald
win, Ltd., Stangeuwnld building, Ho
nolulu. J. II ATHEUTON,
Secretary Pala Plantation.
Honolulu, Feb 13th, 1902. 2070 td
HAIKU SUGAR CO. MEETING.
Hy older of tho Dliectors, tho An
nual Meeting of the Stockholders ot
tho Haiku Sugar Company will be
held on .Monday February 24th. 1902
at 10 a. m., at tho ollices of Alexander
& Baldwin. Ltd,, Stangeuwnld bund
Ing. Honolulu. J. I! ATHEUTON.
Societal) Haiku Sugar Co
Honolulu, Feb. 13th, 1902 2070 td
"Is Undo HI Hargls as cantuni.et
0113 a sllverite as ho used to ho?"
"Worse' Tho fiftieth annlvcrsarv
of his marriage comes next week, and
e " loaded his old shotgun and
. Baya "" anouy tries 10 ring in
u golden wedding on him there'll lie
bloodshed Chicago Trlbuno.
Siili-eiilic for tho WKEKLV
B'JI.LKTIX, only $1 per nnnnm.
65 Queen St.
Choice Ferns and
On Friday, February I4lh
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesrooms, C5 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction a few cholco
Kerns. Palms nnd Plants of many va- '
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Driving Horse and
On Saturday, February 15th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom. 03 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a very su
perior Horse, Phaeton nnd Harness, com
plete. Phaeton Is rubber tired nnd nearly
Horse Is sound, gentle nnd well brok
en. Altogether, the outfit Is n hnndsomo
Jas. F. Morgan,
Lease of Taro Land1 '
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at Public Auction,
by order of tho Trustees under tho
will ot Hernlce P. Illshop, tho leaso
or that valuable tnro land situate at
Kaakaiikukul, Pauoa Valley, and lon
talnlng an nrea of 8 35-100 cres.
Term of lease, 15 years from April
Upset net annual rental, JC00, pay
ahld quarterly In advance.
For full particulars apply at' tho of
fico of the Illshop Kstate, 77 Merchant
JAS. F. MORGAN.
LEASE IF LAND
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
U mv salesroom, 05 Queen street, Ho
nolulu I will sell nt Public Auction,
by order of tho Tiustees under tho
will of Dernlco P. nishop, the lenBO of
that valunblo land known ns Puan 1st,
situate at North Kona, Haw-all, and
containing nn area of 859 acres.
Term of lease, 21 years from May
Upset net annual tcntnl, $500, pay
able quarterly In ndvnnco.
For full particulars apply at tho of-
flco of tbo Illshop Estate, 77 Met chant
Ja8. F. Morgan,
65 Queen St
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