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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUnSDAY, JUNE 1, 1905.
PubllshedEvory Day Except Sunday,
nt 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. II., by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINOTON.. Editor
Entered at tho Postofllce at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
Payable In Advance.
Fe- month, CLywhcre In'U. 9... I .75
tfer .quatter, anywhere In U. S.. 2.00
Per year, anywhere In U. 8 8,00
Per year, postpaid. forclsn 11,00
It months ,C0
Pir year, anywhero In U. S.... 1.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Postofflco Box 718
Territory of Hawaii )
(aland of Oahu. )
C. O. BOCKUS. Business Manager of
ho Bulletin Publishing Comninv T lm-
11 hnlnn fl-T i.Vw ,.nZ 1 ,
'el '" ""' ? "''"J ,DJ.?, a,'J
Jeposes and sns: That the following
fs a true and correct statement of clr-
dilation for the week ending May 19th,
1M05, of the Dally nnd Weekly Editions
of the Evening Bulletin:
Circulatlon of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, May 20 2358
Monday, May 22 2115
vveancioay, may zizs
Thursday, May 25 2122
riiurt, mdy U...., IU0
Average DAILY CIRCULATION. .2158
Wllbui.ltvil VI ..bcnijr UUIIEUIII
Tuesday, May 23rd, 1905 2356
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1016
r..t.l....J ., I A n A fcif?r-r.
wv.nuiutu jvrti-i I ecu aver
age circulation 4514
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.,
By C. 0. BOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to be-
fore me this 2"th day of
SCAL May, A. D. 1905.
P. II. hup-nette.
Notary Public, In nnd for the
nrst Judicial Circuit, Tcr-
rltory of Hawaii.
THURSDAY JU.S'i: 1, 1905.
The least Togo can do Is accept the
presents made him. by Ncbogatoff with
.. , ... -,
ii iimw-i imt,iiii nine iMiii-itiHV
whlth way the Cr turns,
Jio peace for him
With a llonaparto In the Cabinet, the
nntl-Impcrlallsts arc due for a spell
of ncrious prottratlnu
King Affonso can hardly lay claim to
many Joyful memories of his visit to
tho gay French capital.
, It Is gratifying to learn that at least
one Itiisslnn battleship not sent to hot-
torn did not make a cowardly surrcn-
The Advertiser's editorial review of
Attprney Htghton's attitude toward tho
County Act ought to bo correct consM-
crInB "ho wrote It
All Russia needs to do Is to put the
majority of Its officers down the stoke-
hole and the stokers on the bridge,
Then they will win a battle or two.
Knemles of the County Inw find them-
sches decidedly lonesome thco days.
n-i,..tM n..i.. ,... in ti.. ii. i-
of prejudice In high places then there
will be chno?.
ltlesC will b7fouunB7hePMI!S f01?,'011 ,.,,Bt ?on'et"'"-'8 B tho ranks, many even reaortlng to de
"':.". "".' uo I0"1"1 m. t" continued to thinking thcro a no such nmetlc-.il centlon In nnW m loni. tlm im.nimi.
nuiuty or two new world powers to oc.
niinV tho finttl,, nrntln ..'1,1, not nAltlnn
into trouble over It
-..,.rf .... ... ...... ,m,uuli, bv.iwib
Paul Morton's career a. n Cabinet
ofllcer has been meteoric, but thero In
much Jialm for Injured feelings In a
balary of $50,0U0 a year, guaranteed by
the Wall 6treetrlm:
Now the Legislature Is ndjourned It
Is up to some ono to write the true his
tory of the battle of I.ahalna. How
not a shot was fired though tho situa
tion was telegraphed as "serious"
The hero of the battle of I.ahalna:
Gen. Guy Livingston on horseback.
With Jimmy Dougherty wigwagging or
ders to Sam Johnson observing tho
movements of the enemy from a road
It would not do tho Republican party
nny harm to fight one campaign with
tes Instead of dollars. This would
not only win the election but free tho
party of the oft repeated charge of
Possibly some time next year the
public will be Informed of how many
ships tho Japaneso lost In tho battle
with Itojestvensky. The reliability of
just received a Grand
Lot of Exclusive Suit
ings. One suit length only of
a design. Each pattern con
fined to us. These arc without
doubt the most stylish goods
ever shown here. Our ncw
cutter is turning out perfect
clothes. He has not failed to
please in a-single instance. For
high-class tailoring we arc the
people. L. B. KERR & CO ,
Ltd., Alakea St. "
Boys, get to work and
earn your own spenur j
money, as many boys
are doing it, selling The
Evening Bulletin after
It isn't hard work, A
few hours' work a week
and money you've
earned will be
t i. . i .
ling ng n your pocket
j..ibi.i.b in jv j,
to spend as you please.
'japan's censored reports of Us own
'looses has long ago been established
by the reports of correspondents.
The County Committee should realize
"at they can play wmi tne persona
feature of the County campaign till
lth sides come to tin conclusion that
H It U flRl't I" "anted, they'll light.
, tho mcnmvhllo the election will be
igti Tno volcrg nro looking for com-
mon sense, not peanut politics. I
lcrybody Is waiting for the ticket
'o thc civic Federation. Judged from
v,hnt It has done thus far the Kedcra-
iinr. .i.mii.i rni m i.mn nmnnir tho
Dcmocrntlc - Ilomo Ilulo Fusionlsts.
Tholr t,rlnpltta nf nrilnn nrn Hm Rime.
Th ony .iincrciue Is the side of Nuu-
I sire' el on whl 1 , tl SVrSnSaUon.
Kw n m I ton. Is" o be pent oV
tin lil In rnlni'nnnl Inn flf flift Inn! Vila
..;; .v.., Iwn mllllnn. Mr o,,n.
" ""' - ', ", ,,' ',".
Ing streets and one million dollars for
parks and parkways. Hawaii will lii
gin to advance when Its chic pride in
,thc day. of average prosperity ap-
proaihes to a fractional degree what
llattlmore docs in tho day of its ndors-
be expected when
i.i.iini-1, i. ii. ro.un
i' "But what can
change of party allcglanco Is the result
of barter of olllcc; when men openly
aKrce ,0 change their party allegiance
ou cc.mllUn that they arc appointed
t0 oHlfcJ when, as In ono rase thcr
was a hitch ln the negotiations after
It was supposed they had been com-
nlftnil nni! It wna n mntlor nf mil, II,.
notoriety that a man who had rcpre-1
scnted ono party at a National Conven-
tlon and been tho Instrument of affect-
"'" " "vvii uiu iiiatiiuiivui Ul UI1VIV
ing vitality, a presidential campaign,
was holding back In his ngreement to
change his party nllcglanie, until ho
wn sure ho was going to get the ap-
Vointment ho was after!"- -Dcfeuder
n' Sennte policy of refusing for jiollti-
(ca' reasons to confirm nominations of
election inspectors, as the law direct,
I I- U not written on the table,, of
morality, civic decency and political
honor Uint the brlbo giver is ns much
jlf not more to be condemned than the
"rlb(! frT A man who accepts bribe-
of olllcc should never be considered any
more favorably than he who accept,
jtho coln ,t not be aci.cptei, a,
true howovcr tliat there are not enough
"on-brlbo takers to go around.
It la always refreshing to nny com-
nilln'ty when tho peoplo get'together
hm ,-.w...w..w. u, hn.ii uui-n-Bia.
ihciu in tn luuvu mai is seiusn aim
self seeking In tho cvery-day rush and
thing n. civic prldo and community In
. . .
The Joint movement among the com.
murclal organizations of tho city to so-
Money is always
ready to earn you
when given the
can furnish the
opportunity if you
will consult us.
The rltv of llalttmoro In rebnlldlnc now reuueeu to mo minimum in rnct, ","". "' " ' '-" oclock Monday afternoon the I.a Pa
J.n.y..rL . n ?A.ir v., S that ordinarily quicker service Is glv- "'? , ''10 '.olilerfl fu.rloma and Hawaii left Hannlel. Owlnc
n of7l3:000.000 foi public Improve ?".'""! I0 "or, llmn tliro,1R" Bham ' 1"" . to dead calms nnd currents the La Pa-
1 1 u2 fi E32!!,'fc""
mUg-mr MM r- ii- " r .... ,..... ,.,...-.. :. v
cure for this Territory full credit for
the business It handles Is properly
reckoned In tho list of practical co
operation for the uubulldlne of the Isl
ands llrlcny put, the object of tha
commercial men Is to obtain for Ha
waii an accurate record of tho buslneia
dono through our various ports. Tho
circular they have Issued sai:
"The attention of merchants who
have occasion to Import goods from
abroad for Island consumption or dis
tribution Is Invited to the Importance
Of using tho ports of this Territory as
ports of entry for their goods when
I "An Investigation of the conditions
that prevail discloses
sas.jra.TSsi! as? K
iinn .hin.,o.i .ii,n. ,n i.i.n.i ,f
U..n ol..r... ......... W .?I(..U 1W.,
wnen possiuic, o
bring them Into
of other ports, ti
bo forwarded to this Territory In bond
and the nroncrtv cleared throueh tho!
.not the universal practice. Some of our
merchants apparently permit goods to
h .i in ii,.. Tinn,i. V... nw.i i.
wnv nt other tlnlinil stnte. nnrt wlion
ample shipping facilities exist for their
direct Importation, nnd such goods, as
well ns those necessarily Imported via
jollier ports, arc often permitted to bo
port of arrival rather than nt Island
vmivi ti hi tuu moiwiu iivuif III till)
"As a result of this practice the lm-
portatlons omcially credited to tho
Tenltory of Hawaii are undoubtedly
considerably below what they should
"It has been suggested that In somo
lines Importations have been oncour-
nsed via other porta In the past bc
cause of delays In handling nt Island
Ports. d"110 1 Imperfect system and or-
ionization nt the annrnlsers' stores.
""' "' may
f have been In tho
who have dealings
past, inoro IS
5 the mlouVw.tom housVs ihat'tho
stores I. excellent, and that delays are
......a . ... u . .., ...,u ...... -
c.re?.ci' ""?" h'5L'5 ':
"' ?" "1C Bm" I'0"8
or tha country, Hint those Islands
Bnou)(I 1)0 crc(ntcil with the Imports of1
nil foreign merchandise consumed
within them or distributed from,
T)l0 n.ivantnges to be gained by
.,lppers carrying out the suggestion
of the business organization arc oh-
lous. And there Is the all-Important
consideration that the Congress of tho
ni..i cji.. -...1.1.,.. . .v..i.ii ..... I
United States mvldes the public fund
to be used for harbor purposes propor-
tlonately to tho amount of business
dono at tho various ports. No mer-
chant can gain anything for himself or
his associate, by allowing another port
to be credited with the business thnt
klinnl.l nrni...rK- l,n i,rn,llln,l in llnu-nll
Runshu Pass, Manchuria May 15.
thi. J,,,nVrlC w wn2 as would be realized. man Is Clarence Macfarlane. nnd hav-
3 order that the goods I ,lcl,ort docs no aSrec ',th t,,e "tale" ,nR 1"' rct,lrnC1' from th' cr"lBC ln
An exact statement of tho fosse. In all1, wllltn' '. Jmcpllo court this morn -
.111 UXHCl BUlll'WR'IU (II II1C IOS8CS HI Oil'
the categories In tho battle of Mukden '
trom February 1st to March Uth. com
piled by tho general staff, show, thnt
tho casualties wero greatly overcBtl-
mated In earlier reports. Statements
from Japanese sources Indicating
wholesale captures of prisoners, enor-
mous boofy and caution, nrG now de-
who were taken prisoners, and 87,777
men, of whom the greatest part.'nbout
??''!0?' wert; woumleil. In ovncuatlng
of which three wero mortars; three
old-type field guns, with pistol action,
and twenty-six qulck-flre guns. Of the
ammunition carts were sent north two
days before the retreat began.
General Knrkevltch, the chief of
BtnfT, calculates that other losses asldo
from wounded were as rolfows: Killed,
15,000; 7,000 to 8,fi00 known to havo
been cnntiired nnd lU.Onil tn 15 11(1(1
missing, of which several thousand
wero drivers, sanltnry and commlssa
imi l-uiijs i'iiiimui.'h ai.u oilier non-
comunuiuis. a very largo number
woro slightly wounded nnd returned to
This would Indicate that tho extent
Ot thn .TfllintlPhil llrtnrv nnri tliri ill..
order of tho Iltiaslan retieat ha. been
exaggerated, and thnt tho spirit of tho
Russian army la still strong and tho
troops not demoralized.
Washington, Mny 7. Tho trustees
of tho Catholic University met yester
day for tho reorganization of that In
stitution, which .has been much dis
turbed by tho failure of Thomas E.
Wapgamnn, In which a largo part nf
the university funds were Involved.
The announcement was made that
Hoy. Charles P. Grannon, professor of
sacred Scriptures, has been chosen
vlco rector of tho university. Gran
non has been connected with tho Catu
,011c Unlveslty slnco Its theological fac
ulty opened tn 1889. Ho wag selected
by tho lato Pope Leo XIII as the rep
resentative ot tho American church on
tho Rlbllcal commission which la sit
ting In Rome, and tin usually spends
his summer, there attending to bis
duties thereon. It Is Ornnnon'a'lnten
tlon to reorganize tho work of the uni
versity in a very thorough manner, as
It Is desired that tho undergraduate
department shall bo ablo to compel"
with any ot tho secular rellglou. insti
tutions In tho country.
POSTPONEMENT OF OPENING OF
Tenders recently ' advertised to be
opened on tho 3rd of June, for Con
structing Ilrewer'H Wharf, Honolulu,
have again been positioned, and arn tn
be opened at 12 o'clock m. on Juno 10th, '
C. 8. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II., Juno 1st, 1905.
WAIKIKI TROLLEY RETREAT
Planned By Transit
Iteport has It, and the plan Is consid
ered a splendid Idea by those who aro
dlscusilng It, that the Honolulu Ilapld
Transit & Land Company Is consider
ing the purchase of tho Hawallan'Hotel
Annex or the Wnlklkl Inn, or both, for
the purpose of establishing at Walklkl
the fact tliatn...' ii. . .. ,...' .n. .i ,..,i,-
n tiniiiilim An n filnnA ti nllrnnf
.rxi Witt mws?
' fro and find much to charm,
ments do'not. agree with rumor.
Unn'11 Transit, stated this forenoon,
wlicn R8,fil " t0 '" p,lm)s .f.
company, that the matter had not
discussed. No such matter had been
Neither wnlklkl Inn nor
the Annex had been considered. No
Wnlklkl place had been considered.
Thoso Interested In Wnlklkl Inn also
denied the rumor.
ELECTION HELD TODAY
A meeting of the stockholders of tho
Puna Sugar Company was held this
at rensnniilile. rates, nt such a retreat ' vnrlitlnc cruise In tho Islands. That
menis oi men concerned, or meso siaie-. nis yncni j.n ruiuiuu. nu its in ii iiusuiuu
JViiii i 5? privnie once o ji. .iAt Hannlel the party was entertained
'IIII.HBhnm, Stnngenwald bu Id rig. nt by Mr, nn(1 Mrg. c n, Mnkcc. Tho
it.?.'l ?L l ?" ' iZ L," .fternoon wn. spent In seeing the
officer, no buslnes, ? transacted. A
W" riT" ""' lf '
bllt wa.s Informed tlint tho jncctlne
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ff.0" SSSL"? e " ""l
,'.."'"". ":."""" "....': "V ""'""" '' ""
''! . r. uiiiinguam, nrsi vice-
president; A. W. Carter, second vice-
iirewucm; a. w. van vniKcnuurg, sec-
rctary; A. Garvie, treasurer, and the
easurer, ami the
auove with A. W. T.
uouomiey, u. t.
Ewart and M. It. Jamleson, directors,
Judge Lindsay this morning nppolnt-
r,i T0iin n p.irl n. mlmlnlatrntnr of
0 citato 'o the ?ate . iSinn It SLr
v" esiaio or me late Isaac II. Hhcr-
wood. The estate Is suown to bo worth
about $2300, consisting of Innd in Ko
hala and Konn and personal effects val
ued at $200.
Clara Llpanlo, a i:-year old Spanish
nrrPRfPri nn hop mntlinr'a r-nm.
plaint several days ngo, wnn sent to
tho girls' Industrial branch of tho re-
form school for two year, by Judge
, " . --" .....-
'"? Th, Er. accordlnB to her moth-
er'a testimony, Is Incorrigible.
On TtiurSlay, Juhef 1;
At 8 o'clock
we will place on sale an Immense lot
at prices such as have made our Rem
nant Sales famous,
WAIST LENGTHS, SKIRT
LENGTHS, SUIT LENGTHS, In fact,
ANY AND ALL LENGTHS.
of Fancy Silk', Brocaded Silks, Dres
den Silks, Taffetas, Wash Silk., Jap
anese Silks, Pineapple Silk ond Black
Silks of all kinds.
of Challles, French Flannels, Tricots,
Cashmeres, Etarnine., Henriettas, Eo
llcnnes, Crepons, Mohairs, Nun'a Veil.
Ipu, Ladles' Cloth, Serge, Suitings, Ei
derdown, White Flannels, Scotch
Flannels and Flannelettes.
are the accumulation of ONE YEAR,
so the chances are flood that you will
find just what you want.
REMEMBER THE HOUR
8 A.M. THURSDAY, JUNE hi
KAUAI (UK 1$ H
YACHTS LA PAL0MA
AND HAWAII RETURN
FORMER 8HOWED SPEED ON RUN
TO HANALEI THE" PARTY'RE-
CEIVE8 WELCOME AND
In the opinion of one man at least,
tlm cruise from Pearl Harbor to Hann-
I lei nnd return Is tho Idcntest for a
to speak. Even the many calms that
on the return trip wero not
to mar the pleasure of the out-
The yacht I.a Paloma left Pearl Har
bor at 4 o'clock last Saturday after
noon. On 1onrd were Mr. Macfarlane,
Mr. Hobron, nnd two native sailors.
As they came out of tho harbor the
yacht Hawaii, with Ollle Sorenson,
Ocorgo Kruger, Lylo nnd "Captain
John" on board was "about six miles
ahead, having left Honolulu at 3 p. m.
This lent the Interest of a race to
the cruise and the crack little I.a Pa
loma passed the other yacht about 8
P. m. off Makua. At 4 o'clock Sunday
morning the La Paloma arrived off
Kenlla. Light winds prevailed thence
to Hannlel, where tho yacht arrived at
11 o'clock, the Hawaii coming in at
12:30. So Mr. Mnctarlano had the sat
isfaction of beating the Hnwall two
hollrg ani, ,, on lhc nm 0 ,,,,,
J , ,T6n MondnMhe party wenl n -
'" -"" ? ."? I. tho'"
afternoon enjoyed a pol'fecd.
"" working up toward tho bar.
Mr. Mncfnrlano speaks very highly
. nun, nilllll n nn wil'll KKH IIIIIVB IU IVV
of the royal way in which the party .Is the average for the whole trip, and than the one defined. The rate is de
was entertained at Hanalcl. On tho not the rate for any specified portion fined for the safety of the travelling
whole It was a most successful cruise.
ami should become popular among Ha -
ARGUMENT BEGUN IN NAONE
(Continued from Page 1.)
Nnono's conduct after th. shorn Ine
indicated Insanltv tin wont tn linth m"ea nn no,lr woum 00 uangcrous 10
bnpi."' the street. And If they
tracedv but SwniB Jlfwh.?llI,tol -that tt B."-??1 !Dced tlian. 12
his trouble was. Itathburn testified
that he looked as If ho was out of hlum,.19t bo Pr'9Umc1 ,t0,.nve meant hy ,pCal, or to be a substitute for sections
mind. '""Jtbla a greater .peed than 12 miles nn22 and 23, but Is merely for a guard
A. M. Drown had had a conversation 1 ,10"r nt an.y nla?? n the line not an against a technical defense by the
1 with Naonc, who told htm that he, aft -
, ...... .."-..., kiiu lura linn inui nv, lul -
,er ho left Itathburn'. place, had driven
ubout town In n hack. No sano man'?01- '5 n ca,r tra-lels f, 20 mllea Peli
would have dono that Just after hav !'?" r on,y a Bh0.rt distance and at
ing committed a murder. Naono final.' . m'',cs ?er h?uf '2f " balance nf
ly went to his uncle In Pauoa valley.
,r -.-- .. m ....
Jlcro also his conduct was Btranco.
The nrosncutlon had also called at.
tentlon to Philip's Inability to retain
thn Linn thnt 1.1a wtn wna Ann.i tin
had" ashed Urn officer who arrested him
it'i.in ..ir: ...J.i i i al
ii hid niiw nua m-uu. lie uuu nn me
following day told his father that ha
wanted to, sco bis wife.
The prosecution had shown irration
al letters, nn illusion that his wife was
untrue, strange conversations. Irration
al conduct, tho utter lack of necessity
of tho killing, the lack of motive and
many other features, which Bcrvcd to
.how that the defendant wns Insane.
Tho evidence offered by tho defense,
was uext taken Up by Dunne. Medi
cal men, he said, always attached tho
greatest Importance to tho history of
n case. Heredity was an Important
characteristic In Insanity cases. Na
one's Rrent-crandfather wan nn enllen.
tic, Irrational and subject to (Its. Na
ono. mother had had fits: tho defend.
nnt had had them, and even his son
had mirrored from thorn. This strnln
ran through tho family. Tha hlstnrv
of Naono from his childhood to thn
present time was next gone Into.
The trnnsport Lnwton got nway for
Manila this morning at 11 o'clock.
A Ylcnncso naturalist declares that
ncaily all reptile, that dlo from nat
ural onuses close their live between
nightfall nnd midnight, only a fow be
tween midnight and morning, and
fewer still in daylight. Most reptiles
Been, aware of their approaching
denth. seeking out particular places,
nnd thcro nwaltlng tho end, while
thoso whoso lives nro spent under
ground come to tho surface beforo
Don't try to climb to the top of tho
ladder until you are sure the base Is
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
llultetln gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
WE ARE KEPT BUSY
making GUN METAL GREY
suit, to measure.
The popularity of these
swell suiting. I. remarkable
and our prediction that they
would "catch on" here ha.
come true. Our $25 suits com
bine stylish cut with perfect
fit and faultless finish. " " "
George A. Martin,'
MERCHANT ST. next POSTOFFICE.
Pacific Hardware Company, Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
JUDGE DOLE FINES RAPID TRAN
(Continued from Page 1.)
defendant's cars on tho King street
Une certrt tt. to of speed al owed
uy inw running over a measureuai.-
lance me raw ui i i-iw '"'''
i? JJiiiS . in,,r .11 'm, ?, S
12, mileM an,0Ufr,.diS?JuJ'. ,
of April one pt the defendants ears
o? 3ffi?K? Z
of 28 2-10 ml es per hour. The mean-1
tinmAnD nml aiiAAil u'ara noficrt nlnil
n placed there for the purpose, I
-PPe.. 'to have be ly .mk
mated. No evidence In ottered In the
.ir..nn7. ih ...5 w. nv Z. i,nn
distances, the speed was any less than
.. . . .l. . .l-
'e, ".V'nv6 b0 nVhrrnZtnt,henff -
and It. may bo presumed that the fig-
tires given are fairly accurate.
"Defendant admits that there mav
have been an excess of speed over thlj,lch It decides Is dangerous that It
limit set by law. but Its elalm Is that ,iocg not mean to deny tho use any
tho rate ol speed meant by the law When on tho line of nnv sneed urcater
'of the trip. This claim cannot be lip -
.held. The purpose of tho law ii to
prevent, as much as porslble. the dm-
per to foot passengers and vehicles on which It considers safe, at any one
the street resulting from the exccslv point.
tpeeil of the cars. It mut lie presumed "There Is nothing in the new net
tlmt when the Legislature pacd thl3 which tends to Bhow that the leglsla
law It did so with the presumption that ture Intended that all prosecutions
" ' ?"cr .rBle "' . ,F"LB" "!'"
m . ?." nour wou'ai,,c dangerous, tney
l?h""r,i iin0M. ih! mill fiV?
.l. .vi,ni i nl,.,l h mll llmlf
iv- if i t.i. .mK
"'u "'" ,0T """ Buurl iauco wo
I unpen la na namrArniia tn vth1i.ua lhar
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ns It would be to vehicle, all alon.
the line If the car travelled at 20 mllts
an hour for the whole distance. And
Jh? Aef evidently what the Iegl-
lflMirA wlahpri in avnM hv noadlnc thi.
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As to defendant', claim that the re
peal of the statute repeal, the right
to recover the penalty, the court does
not see that the statute has been re-
pealed cither directly or Indlrectly.Tho.and more music of the same style will
ncw amendment Is simply a modifies- draw an equally happy and well-pro-tlon
ot the old statute; a modification portioned crowd to the same delightful
which permits the Governor and Bu- .pot tomorrow evening,
perlntendcnt of Public Works to allow
a greater rate of speed than that al- "For Rrt- card on aala Bulletin,
That Required Nerve
The Quantity Being Enormous!
Our buyer in NEW YORK may not know a page of the
original Greek from a sheet of music, but he DOES
know good values in his specialties when he'
Last month he. stumbled
that fairly hypnotized him. The only point that made him
pause was the quantity involved.
He decided to run the risk.
The goods are here.
Come in and pass judgment on his judgment.
The GREATEST TOWEL SALE at BARGAIN PRICES!
So don't delay.
Pacific Import Comp'y
MHHMMiW t i
They Will Broil
Epicures telf ui thai broil
Inq It a line out non of good
cooking. To broil you mint
have live colli.
The gooda are right The
prieee right 8old on easy
terms payable In IniUI
menti, by the
lowed by the old statute, if they think
"And If they allow a new rate of
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., oM 0 Isl a t0 pee(1
,mg bcen annued by Act 78. It Is
Bmply quiescent for so long as the
" rate Is allowed by the Governed
and Superintendent of Public Worke
y , ,
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,t, l o"por Hon." of s Utute
whlch ,g Mt
the case in the present controversy.
Moreover there Is nothing In any of
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' ' f speed allowed Is for the J aVerago
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1 at any one point. It Is unreasonable to
wnntem! if statute defines the rata
' nubile on a thoronchfare. and the lee.
uiature may reasonably be supposed
to place the speed at the highest point
"' nd, upon the passing of the
ncw act. or that sect Ions 22 and 23 of
the Revised Laws, the general savins
statute., should not apply here. The
, proviso In Act 78 Is not Intended to re-
fomDan" t0 nn ac"on against It for In-
J '-"' -o-..
,ufU Peon or property.
"The court finds that-the defendant
has violated In both cases, to-wit, on
King street, April 3rd, and on new
tanla strccL April 4th, the provision.
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ui section o, nevisea laws, ana
adjudge.,.tbat It .hall pay for each
nftVnuo the nr.riip,i nonaitv nt tinn
tmr-ttt... -fitti(ti-',tt,t n on... nA.i
't 18.45 for the two cases,"
I ' T
MU8IC AT THE 200.
Music, exceptionally good music,
drew a large and Joyful crowd to the
KalmukI Zoolodcal Garden. last nleht
across some bargains in
$1.00 per year