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BVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T.. FRIDAY. JUNE C, 1602.
A PICTURE SALE
A Reduction of 25 per cent
See Our Window Display.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
'i l "Si&TO E ADMIRAL R
$M V 'O 1747 Rhode I
ttf gty island Avenue H
lMjXvs3teS -l5?l wASHINOTON ffi
U.' LUJiW. mn' fll
Feb. 18, 1901
A. R. Bremer Co. ,
Gentlemen: I have
U3ed Coke Dandruff
Cure for the past
year and found it an
FOR SALE BY IIOimON DRUG CO.
Port nr.cl King Sts.
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OVER 15 DIFFERENTSTYLES AND
SIZES NOW ON HAND,
EAGLE FROZEN OYSTERS
and EASTERN OYSTERS
You can nlwnjs get Urge, fat oysters at our counter for that loaf
or Blew or oyster fry. Some people lme o)sters often, others have
them on spoclat occasions only ours arc a treat for anyone. Deliv
ered anywbero In tho city. When 5 on buy butter, If jou buy the best
It will be
Crystal Spring Butter
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
Telephone Main -IB.
re?M!M is : . it m J) trcwr i : mi up&isxa
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
176-180 KING STREET.
Walluku, Maul, May 1, 1002.
Dear Sirs. In my Innocence 1 pur
chased In Honolulu a Jar of your
It brought mo great trouble, and one
of three things must occur:
1. You must stop making them, or
2. I must get them at less expense,
3. I am a ruined man.
Since my first enture I've had nnny
"Jars." My family from early morn
!cry'JPJck)ety, neighbors ring Tho door
bell and'sho'ut'''rlcs"; relatives vis
It me In expectation of "I'lckW.
Your pickles are ray Nemesis. I'leare,
dear sirs, quite them by tfie keg, bar
rel, hogshead, ton or shipload, uud
"preserve" me. Yours ery truly,
P S I want Gherkins Cauliflower,
Onion, Marnla, Mixed, Peaches and
Mango C W.
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
General bookbinding, ruling, gliding,
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
prlntlne at tho EVENING BULLETIN
that Is, or tho one to be, will
appreciate the freshness, purity
and flavor of our
Wqltave built up a large ralp
tie f 3
of these candles In a very short
time and It is tho superiority of
the sweets that bus done It. Or
der cither at the store or by tel
ephone; jou will get the bct-t
H. MAY & CO.
Tho Populnr Grocery.
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make a classification that the legisla
ture did not rnnke or authorize."
After briefly waving aside the objec
tions to the mittimus as not well found
ed. Justice Gulbralth takes up the ar
gument that tin a. ts charged In the
nffldavlt would not constitute direct
toutempt but would le indirect or con
structs e contempt and that the legis
lature bnd takn nway the power of thn
court to punish sunimnrll) for con
structive contempt therefoie that tnej
Judgment against .Smith Is wild This
argument hi- shown Ir based prlndp.il
1 on the construction of the Art ot
August JO UiS, entitled. "An Ait tu
DEFINE and LIMIT the Authorlt) ol
Courts and Judges to Punish for Con
tempt IN CERTAIN CASI'.S ' ThU
Act contains tho following throe sec
tions: 'Sec 1 The p ibll'iitloii of proi cod
ings befoic any court or Judge shall
not be deemed to he contempt nor
shall such publication he punishable a
"Sec. 2. Constrictive contempt shull
not hereafter be punishable as BUcb
"Sec. 3. The terms of tills Act shall
apply to the publication of all pro
ceedings in all courts, or before all
Judges, hitherto had, now pending ot
which ma) hereafter be brought"
Justice Gnlbraltb remarks that them
Is no repealing clause with the Act,
and no Intention indicated to repeal
any existing statute The section ol
the penal law ot contempts was In
force at that time The title of the Act
showed that the intention of the legis
lature was not to repeal some exlstiim
statute but to "define" and "limit tho
authority." He goes on to say: "Ttw
definition was given In the first sec
tion, I. c, publication of proceedings,
and the limitation in the second sec
tion, conttructlve contempt. It was
this construction that tho legislature
intended to restrain and this power
limit. It Is generally supposed that
this Act resulted from icrtaln decision!
of this court rendered a short time pre
vious." He quotes two of these deci
sions, In one of which it was held Unit
the publication of the contents of .i
bill 111 eiiilt fllid In court was con
structive contempt What the Supremo
Court held In thcc casus was that the
offending puhliuitltniH wero not within
any of the precisions of the Tonal
Code but aside fiuni tho statute wote
constructive lontunptH and thus pun
ishable Justice Ualbralth thinks that
the constructive contempt for which
the Act of mb prohibited the punish
ment was such .is defined In those
cases and held by the court not tu be
within the penal law of contempts
From this he concludes as follows-
This construction Is suppoited b
the diclslonb of this court tendered at
the Kebiuaij term, 18'Jl. vvhoioln the
same contention was mndo by tho peti
tioner as is made in tills inso Tin
court said. 'Were wo to proceed alone
upon tho common law, Hip contention
of counsel would si em to bo sustained
( by authority lint wo lime a stiitutc
which, to far as we hao learned, is
peculiar to thlb co.intry. and whlih de
scribes and enumerates certain acts
and circumstances as contempts anil
makes them punlshahlo upon Indict
ment and conviction by a Jury and alto
summarily These acts are not classi
fied In the stntute as dlreet and con
structive contempts. Some of these
acts would fall under ono head and
some under another, us generally clas
sified lly our penal law, however,
thej arc all contempts und punishable
cither summarily or upon Indictment,
or in both ways.
" 'The legislature In enacting the law
of 1888 had in mind, without doubt tho
then recent cases decided b) this court
In which certain publications, avowed
ly not of the character enumerated In
the Penal Code as lontempts, wero con
strued by the court to bo contempt,
and these the legislature declared to bn
no longer punishable us such.' In re
Rush, 8 Haw 222, 223
"It seems to mo that the decision In
tho Hush case is controlling In this. I
concur in tho Judgment of the Chief
Justice remanding the petitioner.
JAPANB8E POR HAWAII
Yokohama. Maj 10. Prom tho com
mencement of the venr up to last month
some lO.OuO Japanese laboreii luid
been sent to Hawaii It Is now ri porle 1
that advice has been received from Ha
waii to tho effect that no mom enil
giants bhould bo sent for the proiout as
there mo fears of the Umlgr.itlon Act
being enforced in ense of nioio mining
CIIOLI'ltA IN HIIANGIIAI.
Tolclo la 22 It Is reported horn
tiuit ten cases ot choleia have noon
discovered at Shanghai on board a
I tench vessel among foreigners and
fame suspected cases among Chinese
LOCAL AND GENERAL
H W Foster. Jeweler. 188 Hotel St.
Two new fhherj right cases were fil
Kona coffee to bo good must be pure
C J Da sells It
Governor Cooper is still Indisposed
He was not down to his office todu,v
Nicely furnished rooms. Popular
House, 1249 Fort St., I1.G0 per week up.
Oahu Lodge. No. 1, K. of P.., will
meet tonight at 7.30 In Harmony Hall,
Rov V M Klncald's sermon Sundav
morning will be on "Salvation In
tho evening there will bo a praise service.
Todav and tomorrow will be the last
dis of the Kllohana Art League cxhl
bitlon The hours are 9 a. n to 5 p
n and 7 to 3 p m
The degree meeting of Hawaiian
lodge wilt not be held this evening on
account of the death of Past Master
John A Hasslnger
TheOnclle sails from tho Pacifl- Mull
wharf at J o clock this afternoon fot
San Ftanclseo Ordlnar math clones
at the Postoirico at I o clock.
The many frleniU of Krneet Thrum
will be glad to know that he passed n
comparative!) easv night and wai
much moic eomfoi table this morning
Tho monthl mectliii; cf the lloola
L.1I111I ami Hooulu wcletVi will be
held at Kaplolant Mtternlt.v llop-c in
the 10th Inst. See notlco ruder Now
Kgptlan Dcltloi cigarettes aie
smoked bv the smart set Thev come
with cork tips or uncorked Imperial
cigar store, distributors for Hawaiian
Judge Hiiniphro.vs denied the motion
of IMIhcIIU I-: Hasslnger and Aunln
Tut ton defendants, to bo allowed their
costs of court In tho AMrU.h vs Has
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call
fornlt l'tult Market when ou want
fruit and vegetables. He always pas
on hand a fresh supply of both Alitor
nla and Island frulle Telephone Main
Patilanh Alf II Smith of the Ro
oignnizoil Chin ib of Josus Chi 1st of
Latter I),i) nalnts will preach tills
evening In tho Minn Hall 1 rear of thrf
Opera House) at 7 30 imIoiI. All uic
A tegular convention of Wm Mc-
Klnloj Lodge. No , K P will be held
nt llaimouv Hall tomorrow evening at
7 o clock All persons Interested in
the lodge and work ore reqi.esled to be
present See notlie on pige S foi fiu-
Mrs. Morris Keohokalolc entertain
cd at dinner last evening In honor of
Miss Christina Hutchinson who return
ed to the city from a visit to tho other
side of the Island After supper the
guests spent the evening In playing
Deputv Sheriff C P. Chllllngworth
gave a very Interesting ping-pong party
at bis reside nca in Pern Place, l'tnmi
street, last evening Altm the several
contests were plavcd In which C II.
Lemon proved champion, the guests
enJo)ed a sumptuous repast
first m nuns
Now that the sisal In lustry 's eomi'tg
to the front as one of the principal ol
Hawaii's diversified Industrie) it
might be Interesting to know pat the
plants now at tho sls.il plantation down
the loud which are ready to be tie.itoci
for the valuable fibre the) contain,
were imported b) the Department i
Agrliultiiie in 1831 when Joseph Mars
den was at the head of uff.iliH of that
branch of the government Wri) Tuj
lor. who was in the department at the
time said ton Bulletin ripoilei tod.i)
I'rom what I have seen vlth my
own o)os I believe that tliei.i is 11 great
fiituie for tho k1h.iI ludiisti) In the
Islands 'I here Is no question whatever
that in the nut distant fiituie it will bo
one of our piineipil industtles and tho
Hawaiian nine Coinp.iii) v III lui'iucs
tlouubl) reap a vet) rich harvest.'
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Ar Pillars of Strength
PROPS ALL HANAN'S
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhlUdaipht
WESTERN A8SURANCE CO, f Tt
Will Sustain and Support Any One
This week we will show )ou HAN
AN'S CORONATION TIE, which will
bo due bore today
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Ir peril rt-no other one
to equal it Has movable
finis nit tight locks met
ulllc lee tack and Uic hir
ger ones are- lined with
enamel Shelves are
movable and the refrlger
ntni is of tho best kiln
dried wood Great varle-
t) of sizes and at prices
ftom $1"" upward Mado
In Grand Rapids. Midi
and Saves lee.
Sold on Installments.
FURNITURE CO. .Limited
1 1 1 1 1 nEACii
If of the original deed Is not 11 good
objection to Its admission in evl
1J1 nee "
A contention on lit half of the ele
lendants that the excluded copy con
tniucu woids and figures Italicized
mid petielle-d. which wero not in the
deed ns reeoidcil, is said b) tho opln
ion to have strong color ironi tlm ph)s
! in nppeurnneo of that part ot I lie
c'ecil "It eertalnl) roepilros some ex
plunation to entitle It to full faith and
Cecil lliovvn nnd Gi ci A Davis fin
llalntlffs, Andiows. Peters & Anelrndtf
Still nnother tevorsal of Judgment
was tcKlsteted this otic ftom the DIs
t let Court of Honolulu It Is the cuso
of Jesse Makalunl vs Goo Wan Hoy
being an action upon one of two notes
ot J2on each given by defendant to
plaintiff on account of the purchase
price of Itrtul tho bulani o of J30U iiav
tug boon paid In cash. The defense
vns failure of consideration because
of defect or want of title The Ttlstrlct
Maglsrato ellsmlhsed tho case for
vunt of Jurisdiction because, In his
opinion, tho title tu real estate was in
Plaintiff appealed and the unanimous
o.nnlnn of tho Supremo Court, by
CMel Justice Frear, sets Bldo tho
Judgment and ramands the case to the
District Court for further proceedjngs
Iho syllabus roads:
"Failure of consideration on the
ground that no title passed by a war
tnnty deed Is no defense to an action
on a note for tho purchase) mono), so
long as tho vendoo has nut been evict
ci 01 obliged to pay off an Inciim
I ranee or otherwise Injured
Tho statutor) ptovlslon that DIs
trict Magistrates cannot tr actions in
which the tltlo to real c-stalo shall
come In ciieslcin does not apply In such
It Is shown In the bod of the dee I
1. nu that tho title had never been quo
tloneu except li the delendatit him
fell nnd the court holds that the DIs
trlet Magistrate should have retained
jiillsdlctlon on the ground that the de
feet or want of tltlo If an) could not
be set up under the cliciinistanii'K
Achl et Johnson for plnlutlft, Holmes
& Stanley fot defendant
New York Dental
Tho high class of work turned out at
tho Now York Dental Parlors every
lay counts and more pcoplo aro realiz
ing that they can get better work and
lower prices than any w hero else.
Hach department In charge of a spo-
e lallst and our operators nro graduato
dentists ot tho best recognized schools
in the U S or tho world
Wo have a larger staff than any oth
or dental office in tho city, wo havo
tho best plato workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and in fact all
branches of dentistry ns practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
Wo can savo )ou money on jour den
tnl work. Wo will toll )ou In advance
exactly what jour work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth J5.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Filling f.00
Silver Fillings SO
SPECIAL RATES FOR
A FAMILY RESORT.
Cottages and pleasant
rooms, Atnerlcnii and Eu
ropean Plan Excellent
Cuisine and Service Spe
cial weekly or monthly
Rest of Surf Rathlng nnd
Canoeing nil tho year
round Hot nnd Cold Wa
ter Uattts Ilouffet. Liv
ery. Electric Lights.
L. II. DEE. Proprietor.
Ring up Phono Red 71.
Offices Stangenwald tldg, (dr
chant Street. Tel. main M.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANO.E
Honolulu, II NE 6, teaz
NAME OF STOCK I pjfj'j1, It? Bll Ak
C. Br..f ft Comtiny icnoc too
N S SictiiUG Ca.l'i fo,c 100 u
L B. Km Co., Lll too 000 r
B Plantation Co 5 000,003 to te .. ..
Hawaiian AftrlcutteiriICo t.oooooo loo . I m
Hawaiian Com &Su Co a lit 75a no m ...
Hawaiian Sugar Co a 000 coo to at. tjH
Honomti Sugar Co tso,om teo nol urn
Honokaa Sugar Co aono,ooo to to ,
Haika Sugar Co aooooo too ns
Vabuku Plantation Co 500000 to gH tt
IClhtt Plant Co Ltd, tow 000 so . tot.
Klpahulu Sugar Co . I t6o,om tot .... ,
KoloaSugarCo yx,ooo tor . ti
McBryJtSuCo.Li $900,000 oo a n
O'bu Sugar Co , t,6oo.c.o too St
Oiotaea Sugar Co . 1 1,000000 to ....
Ookala Sugar Plao Co aoiooo to t
Olaa Su Co Ltl.a.) tW;.cm to a tt
UlaaSuCo Ltd t-iupl 1 100,000 ac totf taW.
Olowalo Company 150,000 teo , i(
PiaubauSu Ptan Co 1000000 ao to
Pac'fte Sugar Mill 500x100 loo . nt,
Pala Plantj-lon Co 5oooo 100
Prkeo Si gr Co 750,000 lew i7)
Pioneer Mill Co a 750 000 ico ... T(
Walalua Agri Co .500000 toe irM a,
WallukuugarCo 700,000 ,w ..
WalmanaloSugar Co tst.ooo too ijtH ,
V almea Mill Co its 0001 irw
WllJerSleam.hlpCo m . !"
Inter-lalani Steam SCo Z 000 teo J,4 ..."
Hawaiian Electric Co Jooooo 100
Hon R.P.1T i .co ;ss:s... ;::::
Mutua TeleehoneCo ,5,, 18
OahuRv&lCo aoioooo too.... ,,vj
Hawaiian Gov 5 per cent 05 .
Mllo R K Co e-rercent in
Hon Rapid Transit
Ewa t'lantat n 6per cent tai . ..
Oahu R & L Co per c aK
Oahu Plantation 6pc ....
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
Walalua Agrlcul dp c
Hales J11 KaliuKu $Jt i Waialns.
$i.o J Hwn t-i H R T ct i Co,
STOCK ANDJOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchase or ii o
I stocks and bonds carefuly and promt
lly executed. Loans ncgotitited
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8tina.
wald Bldg. Pottoffice box 390; Teal'
phone Main 331.
60 AWAY! Halstead & Co., Ltd
Ants do, If given tho Antollno
treatment. Greatest success
attends uso ot this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
tho pests use It onco they nev
er do again.
In tho pantry Antollno Is
Invaluable as it Is not a poison I QQ 1
but has the desired result. !
MONEY ADVANCI5D ON SUGAR
TEL. MAIN 133.
II i i n ox A. C. LOVEKIN,
Honolulu Drugstore stock and bono broker,
real estate and insurance.
Still in the Field 403 Judd Building.
All our instruments are thoroughly
sterilized before uso.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Hllto nulldlng, Hotel StrooL
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, 8 a m. to 6 p. m.
Sunda)s, 9 a m. to 12 m.
E. C. ROWE-
has started In business again now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where he Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all Its branches, and will bo pleased
to seo all of bis old patrons, as well'
as new ones He has no connection
with any other shop.
550 KING ST.
P. O. BOX 293.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Dox 553; Te) Blue 791; Room
s. Sprockets IlulIdU..
P. H. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
i Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
CURTAIN WEEK AT
We have all kinds
A complete stock of the fin
est floor, furniture and car
riage) varnishes always em
for house Interiors wood man
tels choice rurnlttire, etc can
bo used as a varnish or pol.sh
LEWERS & COOKE,
NO. 10 STOliB
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
Tbe bcrit collection In the cltv and much
lower tlnin uoucil ppIcch for
ONE WEEK ONLY
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