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NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL CONVEN
Territory of Hawaii,
Honolulu, County of Oahu)
C. G. B0CKU8, Duslncss Manager ol
tie Durlctln Publishing Company, Lim
ited, being flst duly (worn, on oath,
deposes and says: That the following
la a true nnd correct statement of clr
culatlon for the week ending March
D A D. IPCS nf thn Dnllv ami Week
1 1 ly Edition! of tho Evening Ilulletln:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Mar. 3 2418
Monday, Mar. 5 2167
Tueiday, Mar. 6 2172
Wedneiday, Mar. 7 2167
Thursday, Mar. 8 2170
Friday, Mar. 0 2171
Average Dally Circulation 2210
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tueiday, March. 6, 1C06 2353
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone... .1054
COMBINED guaranteed average
BULLETIN rUDMSllINO CO.. LTD.,
Dy C. O. DOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to b
fore me this 10th day 0
BEAL March, A. 1). 1906.
P. II. BURNETTE,
No'ary Tubllc, Honolulu, County ot
The next convention of the National
lMucatlonnl Association, which will ha
held In San Francisco from July Jth to
July 14th, is destined to leave pleas
ant recollections with all who will at
tend, for the rest of their existence.
The people of California and of the
whole l'ncllk CiMst via with each oth
er to extend to tho visitors a coidlal
and generous welcome nnd make them
wish to conio again. San Francisco,
to far as I know, during the fifty-nine given, argument mado and sympathies
yeara covered by our reports. If It or iiiuat;nnlsm aroused. Love v. Love,
should happen occasionally, that would tn"rrfore, ante, p. 194, which held that
be Incomparably better than the alter- a member of this court was not ills
native that membera of the court qtialtilol because hla law firm hnd
thould sit In all cases In which thev been retained for one ot the parties,
have been of counsel as they would ho Mmsclf having taken no part In tho
be required to do under our statute, If ?dho, H ( pieco.'ent In thti inse or
It Is valid, unless both parties consent tie.) ns wrongly decided and om'it
to a Hearing ny less than three judges, to l' o.f) egarued. '
rays 1110 opinion ot justice wilder
"ThU s a writ of error to tho Clr
lull Court of the Fourth Circuit. On
0 motion to quash the writ defendants
la error claimed that Mr. Justico Hart,
v.f'll was disqualified by reason of hav
Ilc acted as counsel for somo of tho
flirting In, and taken an active part In
ituv protious stages or, tho case.
M FOR IfEM
C. Shlozawn, editor of the Hawaii
Rhinim hna laoiind thn fnllnurlniT fill
Plaintiff. In error contended that thcro peaI to',ho pul)1c ln bcImU of tho poor
was no disqualification either on the B(rlcken pcoplc ,n tne norlheast of
cola case- or on the motion to quash. japan:
"Of lata years It has been the com- a .'..(.,.,,. n.. .. ,, ..,,ii.
has earned the reputation for InvistJi Oiou practice for a. Justice of this court tuo terrible famine conditions which
THURSDAY MARCH 15. 1006.
Assassins nlay no favorites -when
they pick J. l'lcrpont Morgan one day
and Dr. I'nrkhurst tne next.
Chamber of Commerce trustees show
the rlEht in r t In Riving Promotion
work the desired moral support. May
the members come in equally strong
with the finance.
hospitality nnd, with the nld of tho
leading men nnd women ot the coast,
will strive to maintain that reputation
with the teachers,
There Is perhaps no other city on tho
American continent so well adapted
for entertaining visitors, for out-door
demonstration, for decorating and Il
luminating at nil seasons of the year,
than Is San Francisco, Its climate,
even temperature, complete absence
ot rain during tho greater part of tho
car, make It a suitable place for large
gatherings. Tho city has ample ac
commodation to comfortably house all
who will come, as has been demon
strated on several occasions during the
past fow years. The rates for rooms
and board are ns rcnsonnblo as ln any
city In the land, nnd more reasonable
than In most other places, nor are the
rates ever advanced on any occasion,
A trip to California will be a most
valuable object lesson to the teachers
of tho whole, country, and furnish them
enough material to speak nbout for
years to come, and will be an education
to tho rising generation. California Is
11 vast empire in Itself.
This opportunity should be especially
attractive to the teachers of Hawaii as
It may be years before a National as
sembly of educators will como within
tiuii close touch. Kfforts nre now be
ing made by the educational depart
ment to secure reduced rates on the
steamers for Hawaii teachers, and In
any event, those who can possibly af
ford the trip will find It a most prof'
liable summer's outing.
(Continued from Page 1.)
cislor.n on the questlo, for ns n fart
Judges have generally declined to sit
when they novo been of counsel. In
deed, such has been the concensus of
opinion as to the Impropriety of a
Judge (lltltig in such a case that, to
quote from 17 Am. & ling. Due. of Law,
Ir rtifuse to sit In a case where tho
slIgHcst suggestion was mado ns to ..inscriptions for tho relief of sufferers
lis having formerly been of counsel In ,n (ho northea,t of Japan. Woro this
the cause. This practlco has been
checked and disapproved of by tho rul
ing of thin court In tho recent ense of
l.oo v. Love, 17 Haw. 194,Vhlch, so
Ur as appears, was tho first time tho
matter vns ever contested and adjudi
cated, where it was held that a Justice
resUm one accessible to. or freouontod
by, the correspondents nnd artists of
the great newspapers of the land, there
would to articles and Illustrations
which would shock the world like, the
awful scenes sent forth from tho last
i-rnql ffimlnn In India ln Innnn ns
Pf this court is not disqualified to sit..i.nrn nP .. ,t 'i,ii,i,n .mi-vim-
I.. .... I... ............ ... I....l.u I .An- I ""- " "W...VM ...... ...-.. - , a
iii u uy icuouii ui .,...,:, uvui anu- frcezlnfr to death. There are thou
nii of record as a memuer or n Mniu nnd thousands of families unable
pcilnerahlp wh ch had been retained t0 oMaln f00(, to manta to and
m ins case. n" naving inKcn no ncuve nnu0 t0 protect their shrinking bodies
tart In tho coso nor luhlscd upon tho ,rom tho crucl col(. of nn u,luaunIly so
QUPCUOtlft nt issue. .NO opinion WOS vor tt.tr Thi.ro mlchl ho nleturei.
expressed an to disqualification In' ,h,,r wcro Irom ,-.1... of .0ly. Tn rccori1 discloses an Interesting
two h. had taken an active part n J MmoZ '
1.ih manor ami nuviseu in rcgnru 10 s.rcni!,h to thin, sufferlnir babes nt tha ! ""': ' '""'?" ..'."" "u "" ..v""""" '
tho nuestions nt Issue. Tho latter i..V V. .i,Ai ,,.i.. Yh: .' ana ino construction nna .Maintenance
question being squarely up for dec!
ing Emigration Scheme
COPY OF THE CHARTER
PRESENTED TO COURT
MATTER HOW BE'NQ HEHD ON
APPEAL FROM UUDQE DOLE
IN SAN FRANCISCO
breast, or whole families might bo ,
shown huddled hopelessly ln their tin-
Attorney General Peters Jias received
a transcript of the record ln the case
of K Imada and other Japanese claim
ants, who libelled the steamship Stan
ley Dollar for damages, and which Is
now before the Circuit Court of Appeals
In San Francisco, on nn appeal from
Judge Dole's decision, by which the
Japanese wero awarued about 300U
damages against the steamship, ret
crs prepared as private counsel for
The record discloses nn interesting
Co. and tho Commercial Dock Co., re-
"."" D 1 -?h. ?" . teHTf i'l" S ! "lore favored people" of earth can send. Sjr.Ti.T.'n.uTrf f T "r .""T, i
t n ritoii iitoirtrt in nniti unni until
to bb tho practice. ... I nature sliows n more kindly spirit.
It s shown further thnt the statutes . Snow covcrs groimda wi,ere the able
fn the matter of tho disqualification bt)llC(, woulu work f ,ucy c0llM nnd
neleimts Kuhto has at least been
very successful In convincing the Dem-Jind Kit.. 1:19, "At tho present time
-oratg or the House tnai elections iu
Hawaii are nil right regardless cf
waterworks and the time selected for
laying the pipes.
Trust n man of Mr. Schlff's business
MpOrlcnco to promptly note what one
thing Hawaii Is most In need. May
his cnthutlasm not wane, for Schllf
can furnish us with that local Inde
pendent line If he so elects.
It U iiKiiully If tot universally provid
ed In the (MiMllulIuns or statutes of
tho different Mules that one who has
bivn of counsel lu the cuso may not
net as Judge."
There Is it gi eater reason here than
elfpwiirip for lidding a'judge dlsqual
lUcd by.ieason cf having been of coun
sel beulusc the Miitute, If It Is valid,
deprive the members of the court ot
the power .tnd duly, which Is always
recognized In conniption with tho com
mon law tule, to decline as a matter of
Hearst on tho trail of the Sugar
Trust has great opportunities. Should propriety to sit except In rare cases 01
lie lull 10 maxe gouu, mere win uvi necessity.
utuse to believe tho Trust so virtuous The case of Love v. I.ove may have
or so firmly entrenched that there Is no gone too far. If it did, it should bo
bringing the erring ones to Justice. overruled. If It did not. It went at
- -- --, -,v ,. I least far enough nnd thould not be ex-
Our Supreme Court decision on the tended. The court In that case con
qualification of Justice Hurtwell In the nilej jlg ,i,,c,on t0 a facts of the
JotIey enso tumisncs nnotner nrgu- cnBC ftna expressly declined to express
111111 in iur ui uutciwi,, v,u.ur. . - nn opinion upon a case, like the pros
cmmendatlon for Increased member- ent a wnch tho jlldM )mil taken a
khlp of tho Territorial Supremo Court. nctvc part as counsel.
. . , ! ! IT-! , . ... J Thus It seems clear that unless thcro
u is 10 iic iiupcu uiui ucurauiub ,, komc constitutional or statutory pro
Chinese for the r connection with tli vlslon ,0 Ul0 contrary it is established
attack on Americans win nave tne lie-, 1)y prfcC(cnt lin(l usag0 lu Hawaii that
ireu wieci. 1 u.ui, . ....., ... . v liavins i,eon f couuse Is a dlsquallflcn-
I ut on of existence for failure to ol- t0n
tack foreign devils. In countries where There Is It Is true a nnnlhintu ,m
human Jlfo counts for so little n IW'deMhhwSwthW
rebel loader, more or less don't count .mVmeoMh.VougVtV.qul!
ur BO " """" Iflcd and consequently that such cases
The Knoc"korU the only Interest that SS'lhVHn'V;,,;; m.V.ft
ran hnnpstlv lav claim to liavlne re- ?V "??1 " disqualified Judge may sit
k-.h nnhnpflifrnm Promotion Com-I '" "" ? necess.ty, but that contln
mittee work. Visiting tourists havo
bought bonds, stocks, houses and lands,
ond at all times have they got tnelr
money's worth and enjoyed themselves.
Euch a year is the beBt recommenda
tion possible for starting out properly
for so very much.
st Supreme Court Justices contain no
rroUslon by which a Justico Is dis
qualified becauso ho tins been an attor
'iav 'n tbo case, but only state that a
litigant Is entitled to a trial by the full
Court unless a Justico is disqualified
or prevented by illness, etc., while tho
Otganlc Ait only debars a Justice In
tufch whero ho Is related to the liti
gants or In which he may havo a pe
cuniary Interest. The opinion then
"As we find thero Is no legal disqual
ification, a Justice ot this court, from
u seosc of delicacy or personal feeling,
has no right to withdraw from sitting
Is. A case, because. If there Is no dis
qualification or other reason mention
ed in the stntute, a Circuit Court
Jurigo cannot be called In and the
case ennnot, bo heard, as the parties
fie entitled to a hearing before a
bench of three members..
II Is tne opinion of this court that
Mr. Justico Hartwell, on the facts
ttnti'd. Is1 not disqualified from sit
ting In this caso either on the merits
or the motion to quash.
Jiutlco Hartwell concurs with WH
der and states as follows. In part:
"At to new grounds of error, not
passed upon In connection with tho
bill ot exceptions, I am conscious of
no bias or prejudlco which would Influ
rue my consideration of them, but I
should bo very glad to be allowed to
li'tltc; not becauso I think that Injus
tire would result to cither party by
my remaining, but becauso a decision
that ! am not disqualified, under tho
tlrcumstanu'8, would be n precedent
ln nil ctiM'a In which a Justice had for
meily been of counsel, to whatever ex.
tent he had participated In them, ex
ceiillnz rnly cases which involved ai
pecui'lttiy Interest, which Is a consti
'.ii distinction can bo mado be
tntvn (iriumstnncea which do nnd do
pet 1II1 quality In caso of a former rela
tion us ntiotney and client. The fact
ot being retained establishes that re
lation nnd would Incur tho danger ot
favoring the client or of giving that Im-
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
nency might happen under any other
disqualification and would In any event
HONOLULU SONG CARNIVAL
The children's carnival 0? rorr -
-which Theodore Richards hes culiu .
the attention of the Proi ,0 'on '-,
mittee, deserves the enthusiastic sup.
port of the people of Honolulu, wheth
er it Is within the special provlr.e r
the Island promoters or nui
No where on tho fuco of the earth
outside Hawai can such a unlqu ex
hibition as attractive and artistic uu
It Is unique be found as the festival
of song that has been held for two
years past. It is most extraordinary
that this event has not in previous
years been given more popular sup
port. The plan on which it Is laid Is
practically the same that has filled
opera houses In mainland cities night
ufter night and is looked forward to
as one of the events of the yeari Yet
Honolulu does little more than arouts
Itself to a realization that some sort of
a musical affair Is being held, first at
the Opera House and later In the open
air at the Hoys' Club field.
If there is one thing the children of
Hawaii can do, they can sing. They
nre well trained und certainly desorv
'jng special encouragement, Complaint
has been made by the unregenerate that
the pieces which the children essay
are so far beyond their capacity that
the life and spirit ot childhood song Is
lost In an attempt to grasp the unat
tainable. This Is a matter for the ex
nerli to thresh out and no doubt as
each season brings popular demands I
that may be met without destroylnsl
the artistic Ideal, the changes win uo
Tbe annual musical festival of Uo-
. t ;smmrrr
urfYJKl . ..(.. i
(TOOK ,-. ftOND MOKIM.
these, together with the aged, the crip-
pies, the women and the children
there are from twenty-fie to forty
thousand sufferers In all have no hope
but that tho human charity that al
ways Is ready to rcsiond to real suffer
ing will be Informed of their dlro need.
In this emergency, all over the civil
ized world and especially in more for
tunate parts of Jupan efforts are be
ing made to secure funds for tho strick
en districts. Honolulu Is asked to help.
The spectacle of a single woman, a
from tho Islands to tho Coast. The
whole scheme and plans of those con'
ccrnrd ure laid baro by these letters.
which show tho preliminary negotia
tions foe the charter, the anxiety
caused by tho trouble mado by the In
tending emigrants when tho Dollar did
not snow up in time, etc. The main
sum and substance of tho entire deal
Is shown in the follqwlng "charter
party" regarding the chnrter:
This agreement entered Into this
day nf June, 1905, by and between the
Couttructlon nnd Malntcnanco Com
I an n corporation, party ot the first
tart, and the Commercial Dock Com
single child, freezing or starving to ""; crP? ta,Lr uT.
death. If close at hand, would be '?'l,fnlrkl0tr!Xwnhinn tf,ll
enough to melt tho heart ot anyone Jf."10 s,nt0 of Washington, witness-
nnlnrr it nnnunh Irs at It tiln. fn iVinl"
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Arc Lamps used for street lighting
throughout the United States, Canada
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Thousands of A B Arc Lamps
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Help For All wallach's Indian Remedies
fiWiUK II, VUUUKI1 IU BUT UIUI IU 11IUI im.. - -- --.. - ... i i
most earnest, even frantic, efforts to',. ",'" ',,.'"? "."u,,"' "".' f" '"
ttu.rsoffVrlngd,,h are W - !) VlA .?"W
not n bit the less real becauso they aro' ou" " " TV. .1 " 1 . . . "' i'.r
1, long way off. Let those who have l Ilclcl ; ?;.""? l.h..?,V,J ?' fno
the imagination picture the terrible 1m, "'''; "" """ w""ng lo ",r
ftnpnfta In thpan nirklpaa ImmM in .Til. I ' " ",'
pan, and they will lie sure to respond
to tbe appeal for help.
As showing tho conditions that exist
the following extracts ore quoted from
tbe Japanese press;
"Knough has been said of the dis
tressing cases of starvation, they are
many, but I will give one or two In tlifc
village wo are giving relict ln a fam
ily of seven living In a shed no wln-
N'nw. therefore. It is agreed as fol
lows: The party of tho second part
shall furnish to tho party of the first
part, Htecrage passage nn the Ilrltlsh
Steamship "Stanley Dollar," leaving
Honolulu on or about June 15. .90S.
nnd arriving at Victoria on or about
Jun 30, 190r, for six hundred (COO)
The party ot the Becond part agrees
Trait Mark Rtslittre
Fcr Sores, Piles, or any 8kln Die
ease, that Is supposed to be hopeless,
Wallace's Indian Remedies will cure
For sate by all druggists.
Put up by the HONOLULU REM
EDY CO., P. O. BOX 577.
RENT and COMPANY
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Bedrooms $75 00
Emma 6t , 30 00
Gandall Lane 25 00
Cor, Young and Aloha Lane.... 18 00
Cor. King and Aloha Lane .... 20 00
Walklkl Beach 40 00
College Hill 40 00
Klnau Street 27 50
Lunalllo Street 50 00
Trust Co., Limited.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT 6T8,
MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
Is Now On
11 U Plll'U UU Hill" 1. lt ".. t -1 . ..
5'ih'as notShgen'r pXo1
t,,n,i . n.M. 1.. nri? i VS. inn i iTi t part that ho Is ready to load.
nn nf nee. .now U hj "fin. ' " "W " "W " nty-four
cause or ncep snow. Another family, ..... -, .iit,--i, ifi.i
also seven In number, living In a holoho''r ',rr?' ,c" "lR" l 'c io
dug out of tho hill side, about 7x0 feet. J"? ' r le "" "' ",Ccn '
four and a half In height, a little lean-1' "Jl'" .p"yfrnlli ' .1 .?,. .
Sen- iax tSSSHS
u..f 1 10 1. 111 ...tii. .nno,.n.i. Ptcli Ma every passenger exceed ng
58t.ioy ?.fJ2 ill" lt,.,""p.tlio four hundred as above set forth.
nun liiu limn h imiiiL- IB ounuiuu .vi- ., .-, , IV. , ., ,,.,, ,.
. . . .. ... .' IIU 1 U1LI Ul 1111! 1IISL IIUI L Bllllll Ulltl
Mirtner up 1110 mill most wl ,- th nartv . ., ,
piteous cases are everywhere. It Is u
wonder how people live under such cir
cumstances. In nenrly all cases una
finds n child hanging on to the moth
er's breast, the poor mother, still full
ot smiles, giving her ery life to teed
her child, Another case, an old moth
er, uged 73, with, grandchildren; the
mother had died two das before I
arrived In the village. She left htr
aged mother with a sou uged 1H, per
haps 11 llfo Invalid, unable to wulk. A
girl of 20, tho only one ablo to work
They lived ln a shed, nothing to lay lu
except straw matting and between the
lot two lllthy dirty old futons. The
whole space which tho four had to live
In was not inoro than five mats. Tho
name of theso people la Suiukl. I could
go on telling story after story, but oth
ers besides myself havo found the samo
state of things over and over again.
What are we uolng to Jielp?
"Very careful investigations havo
been made nnd It is found that In theso
three provinces thcro aro from 25,000 to
40,000 sick and aged persons and help
less children, not one ot whom can
support himself by hla own labor and
who must bo helped for somo months,
whether it snows or not and no mat
ter it the wcuthcr is cold or hot. Hut
how bitter is their lot In this sovcro
sanwm? wmm mm vmmmmm
1 C, Q. YEE HOP & CO.
Ji; We always welcome a comparison of prices and an examlna- "
2 tlon of our fresh meat. This applies to our Meat Duslness, on . t9
y a'l of which our prices are as reasonable as Is consistent with "r
g the standard of quality, and strictly maintained In a most sanl-.-
It?" tary condition. 2
tz . . . rrs
g Telephone Order Department
s- Patrons unable to visit our establishment are assured expe-
s- dltlous service and the same careful attention as Is given to pur-
6 chases made In person. ,
SZ: TELEPHONE MAIN 251. N. KING STREET.
2.....U.1U.. .UtUUiUi...... ...... iilUiiiiK
part Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars
($?50) per day of twenty-four hours
as demurrage for eacli and every day's Unburso them for tho expenso of get
delay on account or these Jnpancso ex. Mug the ship ready,
cecding tho two days allowed In this. ia witness whereof tho parties
lerocruent. I hereto havo caused this agreement to
The party of tho first part shall and he duly executed by their proper ofil-.
will pay to the party of the second cers they day and year first herein
part the sum of Threo Thousand Dol-.tci'oro written.
lars ($3000.00), tho receipt of which CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE
It btreby acknowledged, to be applied CO.; Uy W. II. IlEMINOTON,
on orcount of fares, tho balance to bo I Pres.
pain before the departuro of Ilia ship COMMEIICIAL- DOCK COMPANY;
from Honolulu. In tho event of the. Dy CAUL, h. STEDIUNS, Treas.
falluro of the party ot tho first part
to carry out tho terms ot this agree
ment, the Three Thousand Dollars
US000.00) so paid shall bo retained
arrangement between tho Dollar Co.
nnd the other concerns was a mutual
agreement proposition. It Is claimed
that 'this theory has been disproved
by the above charter party and the oth
er evidence Introduced at San Krnu
Cisco, which tends to show that the
other concerns had the steamship ab
solutely turned over to them, and tlmt
Stanley Dollar, If he acted In any part
whatever, acted as an agent for them
jind not for the Dollar Co. ,
c nresenco of
M. M. KEYS,
OUACE C. II. STEDDINS,
Judge Dole decided in favor of the
by tho party of tho second part to ro- Japanese on the proposition that the
Our new Spring and 8ummer. 1906.
line of Men's 8hlrts arrived by the last' winter."
Alameda, so our present stock must be Columns might be filled with such
reduced to make room. descriptions of tho present conditions.
The following lots are all high grade 5!,,,re,y1,'fwa" v,i1 ,Mt t0, BlT0, rc,.,?f'
gootfs, In first class condition and are Subscript ons will be received by tho
HIGH CLASS TAILORING
2JSJ SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS FOR THE
ENSUING SEASON'S" TRADE
made to fit and .o wear:
Lot 2. Men's Negligee
Shirts, all sizes, cuffs
attached or detached.11.25
Lot 3. Men's Negligee
Shirts, all sizes, cuffs
attached or detached.$1,75
Lot 4. Men's Negligee
Shirts, White Linen,
pleated front, cuffs
attached $4.50 $3.50
nay bo desired by the donors.
F, T, P. Waterhouse went to Maul
by the Claudlue,
It Is Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL SORTS OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS Qlr RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORT8 OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., 01
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 53.
On Sundays the Halelwa. Limited, a
two-hour) tr, 'n, leaves-at 8:22 a. m.i
returmrijj arrive In Honolulu at 10:10
Tho Supremo- Court today rendered
the following decision In tho matttr of
Annie Kcaloha and Keonl Williams
vi. W. II. Castle, trusteo:
All tho matters presented In tho as
signment of errors were passed upon
1 by this court on the question reserved
'by the circuit Judge, whether tho de
Ifcndant's demurrer should be sustain-
1 .. n-i... rM-.... t...i- uH..i 1 .t
,1 iru iuc uutuii uuufiu Having Ul'CII UU'
$ vised by us that the demurrer ought to
1 , uu uuBiuiui'u u uuiTVH wit. iuuu.u uy nun
Fashions Uo-to-date in
Every Detail Considered $
GENTLEMEN who want that well-dressed feeling should give our
TAILORING DEPARTMENT a .Trial.
WE KEEP ABREAST OF THE TIMES
THERE 18 NOTHING NEW IN TAILORING THAT WE ARE
NOT ACQUAINTED WITH. '
We aro now showing for the Summer trade the Largest and Fin
est selection of SUITINGS we ever handled. We cannot fail to please
anybody looking for quality and style.
WE ARE THE ONLY PEOPLE IN HONOLULU EMPLOYING
WHITE LABOR IN OUR, WORKROOM.
If we don't give perfect satisfaction there is nothing to pay.
Our prices are Not the highest In town.
LB. KERR & Co. Ltd.
ALAK EA STREET.
accordingly, to which tho plaintiffs
bring this writ of error In order to ob
tain tbo final Judgment of this court,
which is that the decree Is affirmed.
1 tm 1
"I havo nothing to say about Imnil
grutlon matters at present," said Act
ing (lovcrnor Atkinson this morning.
He had Just been asked whether
there was nny prospect of Joseph Mare
den or Collector E, It. Stacknble being
appointed on tho mission to the
Azores to fetch Portuguese emigrants,
Day horse, no brand, strayed from Der
otunla St. near Kaahumanu school.
Tieward at this office. 3332-tC
1128 FORT 8T.
HAVE FOR SALE
Imported Bulls, Cows. He rses
ALL OF WHICH ARE FINE BRED
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