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R'r.SVNO HULHSTIN, HONOLULU. T II. SATURDAY. MARCVI It, Moo ..
Publlshrd rx ,y pay Kxcept Sunday,
at 12o King Street, Honolulu,
T. IL, by the
BULLETIN PUULISHINQ CO., LTD.
' THE IMSH-AMERIOAN
St Pntrlck's Day celebrations always
recall tlin gratifying Tnct that the glory
ot tho Irish Is the excellence or thi-tr
Americanism. Tho Irishman loves In
land and nil In homo associations Im
Lntcred at tho Postotflco nt Hono1
lulu an second-class matter.
WALLACE R. FARRIW1TON. -Editor ,, Jom bcry m()re nn( , Alnpn
he has found the land of freedom nnd
opportunity which has for years be. n
refused him In tho Kmernld Isle. I
Irishmen are found In ecry walk of I
our national life. They nro good fol-j
lowers, and good leaders. They nre
urlglmil. resourceful, nrdent pat i lots
worthy opponents, nnu good liaturcii ui
all times Granting iluit the Puritans
established our eountry. tho Irish per
fectcd It nnd took the raw edge off the
foundation lines which tho .Puritan laid
Irishmen ure halMienrted In nothing.
Keerenco ot their old home Is as
strong and lasting ns the beautiful
hills that hato Wen bathed In the
blood of patriots. Tho man who lovs
his homo is n good citizen wherever lie
may go, and America has taken n
largo pcrcenlngo of such sons ol In
Payable in Advance.
Evening Bulletin. !
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I'cr year, anywhero in U. S 8.00,
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is month - $ .SO
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Territory of Hawaii, )
Honolulu, Count of Oahu)
C. a. HOCKUS. Business Manager ol
,Le rtulletln Publishing Company, Lim
ited, being flst duly sworn, on oath,
deposes nnd says: That tho following
is n true nnd correct statement of dp
culatlon for the week ending March
16, A. D. '806, of the Dally and Week
ly Editions of the Evening Ilulletln:
Circulation ot Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Mar. 10.
Monday. Mar. 12
Tuesday, Mar. 13
Wednesday, Mar. 14
Thuntliy. Mar. 15
Friday. Mar. 16
Average Dally Circulation 2216
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday. Mar. 13, 190b ...2360
TOE LOOAL BOAT
Col. Oeorgc Mncfarlnnc In an inter
2410 tint,, elvnn n inpnl nnner seems not to!
2221 :cll"1,,so ovcr ,,1C l,lan ot nn '"depend
.2154 cnt "no nf '0,,, "'Camera for Hono
.2165 luiu. rortunateiy, tno meat steamrr
2163 i.tiin H mm which nil citizens can dis
cuss without becoming heated.
I'ethaps Colonel Mncfarlnue Is right.
Number of Weeklies delivered on I Hut what the citizens of Honolulu want
the Island of Hawaii alone 1054 and hnvo a right to dcmand'ls: results.
COMBINED guaranteed average The through lines and the local lines
circulation '15TG ha" not lackeil lor opportunity. Tho
BULLETIN VI 11LISHINO CO.. LTD., nel-l has been here, and If Honolulu
l)y C. O. DOCKUS, nilB become aroused to tho great possl-
Uutlnesg Manager. unties for development, nnd. In tho
' course of this awakening, goes In work
Subscribed nnd sworn to be-.nilll lIl)OI, something for Itself, the In
lore me tins i.tn tia .teres s that hare not fully apiiieclated
March, A. D. 1306. I this mld-I'aclflc center can have no
t BE A LI
p. ii. uuiiiMint.,
Notary Public, Honolulu. County of
SATUItDAY MARCH 17,
Ilawnll must have modern steam
ship accommodation If It Is to obtain
Its proper shnre of tourist travel. It
must have n service not onlv itnto dato
jjvu ii,,,, nr that ran lm ilencnileu linon
i.Thn trnveler must know what ncconv
Jniun Is not afraid of national own- mmintlnns ho can secure and bo 08'
(rshlp. and It Is the fad for Japan to rnrv$ ttiat ho will not bo crowded out.
Mt the pace lor all nutious. This latter
lines cannot gtv
The defenilants In the famous eject
Intent case of C A Ilrown s Hprcck-i
,els Brnn, et al.. In whh h n verdict was
i given for the plnln-lff have filed a tno-!
lion for n new trial. In which the put)-'
'Mention of Judge Do Dolt's remarks to
the effect that ho was Inclined In fnvai
.of the plaintiff. In The Ilulletln, and
I later on In the Advertiser, Is tho prim,
'rlpal ground, It being shown thnt the
articles wero read by Jurors before the
case was submitted to them, and that
una of the Jurors read litem nloud In
'he Jury room during tho delibera
tions. The motion Is supported by a leng
thy affidavit by V. A. Kinney, ono of
the defendant's ntlorneys. Tho nfll
ilali shows thnt after Judge Do Holt
had In the absence of tho Jury, made
his remark that he favored tho plalil
tiff, n report of Ibis appeared In The
, Ilulletln of that same day. Tho folio a -Inn
morning the Advertiser minted
The Ilullclln's story, together with an
.Inlet view from Judge De Holt, confirm
ing I s truth.
I It Is further shown that tho Jurori
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COFFEE and TEA POTS
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FORT AND MERCHANT STREET8.
THOMAS H. PAYNTER, RECENTLY ELECTED SENATOR FROM
After the bitterest leirMiitlve conU-st In the liHtnry of Kentucky. Judge ."' hnto ""end the papers nnd were
IMuiter was elected I'nltnl Slates .eniilor to succeed Hon. J. C. B. Illiiekbitrn, 'nll'tented thereby The subsequent
the present Incumbent nnd Pnyntcr'H most fonnl.Inl.le opponent I'aynler Is proceedings In the court, whereby II
tlfty-f.iur yenrs of nge and Is a lawyer nt (Iree.iup, Ivy. He was a member of '$ ,h ,1c t iTlha? I lie ro"
emigres for six jenrs and n justice of the stnte court of appeals for twelve, jvlm J ,11'".1 ,' ,J V"' i,L ,,r .h
..in. i ii. .. i .,... ....... .. i iiiat porter had heard of the remarks of the
He will take l.ls seit In the senate March 4. 1U07. ourl through Oeo. K. Sabln, nio also
,gonu Into at length.
! m .. -in-. -... I.-. 1.- I- I..P....M
when I had been passed. It I M Into I .' '. ""'' " ' """" " ' " ' '" "'" '
any trouble he would not take a cent fiy?t ,AZW lagl' &
1 had to nav him 145 first which I-'K'rot. and ho believes that the In-
,. '.?.??. '?Jia ?il" :..,', formation was given to The Ilulletln
(Continued from Pane 1.)
ed to think that tho giving of perjured
testimony was a regular and legitimate
business. Ho told his story In a. very
matter of fnct manner, aud did not
seem to realize that there was any Ir
regularity In his conduct.
Cliong Chcong said thnt ho had had
migration Station right away to fix the
whlto men there with. I paid him ?3Q
o help the plaintiff, and not impartial'
ly or as a matter of mere public Inter
i-... ...i I.- .... .. . .AAi..t r.i
hese sum. Aft I ml b n e'm n.',, "'" """davit It Is also shown that
ed 1 had to give him 120. with which, "'7 "" 0I'ln 0(rhii"; uT
t,n .ni.i. h i.n.i in nnv tho witnesses, stoe.d six to six and that the knowledge
Vice President Fairbanks Is said to ...,.,i . .,..
hnve a good sharo of Mark Hannn's , op thcy wlll Krom tho very na- Instructlo,
mncnine. hui u in . ... (ur0 nf lncr tmsincss thcy must iook """"'"
to make tlte machine move.
assurance the through a letter from Wong Hung telling him'"" '
ive. If thcy be as sue- '"ilfy 'hat Wong Koclc 'ico wnsjltcr
.... .- I- Itnwn nn Imrn. lli rprnlvpil written I (Mr. 1
lining pnironnKO .s ""r ",-.., ,;.,"" ,,. ,n .., ir.itl, nr I would cot Into. "" ""u. ,,,r V,B ."
i.uiiB BuuwiiiK iuiui uiiBnvin .iw i - " . :. . ..... .; Tho motion Is nisi
gl(e to the questions regarding 'rouble, so I decided to tell the f1'1 Jl, b" ,8 I
latlons, etc. Wong Hung told, The whlto man was very favorable to " 1 1 by H. m
'after tho through travel first.
I The local lino Is tho only competent
If the House Committee on Tcrrl- ,,,. ... .,.ii. nrnmarftv mui t
lories has agreed to Hawaii's refunding ,lR mmM for i,rnKlng lo tilc,0
bill, one good sign Is offered that Lnclo jglamU4ho nllmbcr of people wo want
Joe Cannon's heart has nbt been hurd-
tned toward Hawaii.
and who ought to como. for there Is
everything In Hawaii to make the vis.
As between Mncfarlano nnd Schlff
we believe that tne latter nas seiiseu
Kadlcnls of Russia who have decid
ed to light their battles with the b.illot
,CS S, , , Si. 7 Hawaii's needs with the greater ac
for Russia though not gratifying to
the conservatives who would prefer to.-" -
The Civic Kederatlon, entering poli
tics, will have to give better proof of
Its hlch-m ndedness than wns tur-
The following from an exchange Is
orfprnil tn tlin rnnillnir nnd business
tilsheil in the County campaign. If It ,)Pue of Hawaii with tho reconimcnda-
SSS, of 'cTvTc 1,,,onXra,,0n" 0U "- ' whom the coa, does not
. - fit shall not put It on:
Lobbyist Hamilton of Insurnncejeg- jn tlc beginning Rod cieated the
Islntlon fame is lo return to New York. jlq,lvcnii ml ti,e earth uud-the editor.
Now the question Is whether tho Judge ltn h(J crealca t10 liberal advertiser:
and jury nave neen uxeu, or iiaiuiuu.. . wl.n wng n, Rooli
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throughout the United States, Canada
and Mexico, than all other makes of J
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Thousands of A D Are Lamps
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end wholesale stores throughout the
country, and are giving universal sat-
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'PHONE MAIN 390.
Help For ah vallacli's Indian Remedies
J.u O...U, uu ....u ... ,J ... T..i..lrn.n. ,.. .tlll...ln r.,,1,1 nn. I.nt
on. the chief Immlgrntlou man .. "" " v "'" ;":,."'"
Ilechtel) eamo to mo and told mo " '? ."" . "loso
so accompanied by
VI Tlnltnii which Is
his relations, etc. Wong Hung told , Thorite .man was very o"iio w MeMy , Bnme In substanco as
urn liittt it mo scnemo was success, , ,.iu..u .....- ..., -,t)mt of w A Knneyi nm, ono ,,y
he would pay him a coupl o of dollars. , klndr'": . .... comm.t,ed Krank C. Atherlon. who was ono of the
Chong Cheong knew no hlnfe about tho !iCommlsslon(.r Ma ng coram l ed Athcrton Btates that during
renl racts nr t io case, but no testllieu,"""' "" "- -"""" -,"t""? "" tho lurv's deliberations tho nrtlelo
as Vong Hung had told him. arrested on a charge of perjury Immo ,ho 'V X reZrks was men"
Wong Koek Yee, the defendant, said 1''"m"'f : n,e ... mat. ?lon df that some oTThe Juro?s sabl
ueimii, aim iu. u nu ..... u. iiu - "V :" ',r V.2 f.; ,iw t.nr. ihad not. whereupon one of the Jurors
toiu n story wicn sitrpriseu oven inu "'' '"". "'" " " ; - " " produced tho nrtlcle nnd read It nloud
otllclals wlio lia.l cliargo or tile case. "k . " " " v, '", . i .
Tho defendant said that lie camo ri.u. ... ...... i...... ki. w. i...i.. "
from tho country -o Honolulu, where ' always tho possibility that Wong
ho Hied with some friends. Ono day, Hung lied, when ho said that he was
Wong Hung enmo to the houso nnd of- pnlng oillclals, as that Is an old Chi-
fcred to show him a way by which ho ,'.' iricii.
could go to San Krnnclsco. Ho said1 In the meantlmo Wong Hung, tliu
ll.nl l,o l.n.l ,,n llnu-nllnn l.lrlh nn 1111111 WllU StnrtOd tllO CllUfe t mil UK'. IH
,.1..V ,,U IIUI, rv.l.u ......,... ,.... ,-.. 1( , . .,. ll-L ,1, IIIU Ik.llUII Hill, kllC IUIIIIVI .11.'
.,.., ..,i..i. u.nni.i nnu htm iiiiii.ii still nt larco although tno auinoriiiea ,,,,., u,i.. ,,!,., m .,,,- .-.,
the Immigration examlnnllon. have been hunting high, am low for , )v,.aoul on n lnm of tnc inlcr-Inlnml
Is to be liberally reimbursed for act
Ing-ns a scapegoat for his pals.
Kvcry Senn'or and Congressman
who tnlks about Hawaii's Legislatures
Tho next day Is snowed nnd he cre-
nted the man who does not believe In
advertising, another who does not Uke
thu home iiaper and then ho rested.
A, ,.. II, a., tltn ilnvll tmt fuln llin
being e-Mnlc affairs bIiouIiI bo fur- mo,ii,ng room and created tho man
nlshed with n copy of un article enti-( h , ( ., 1)t.r flr BeNcri years
tied "The Private lllll Gran in . I'on-1 m, , , ., rr u
gross," recently puiiiisneii e.oin.-. -. After ll0 lm(, CUniilotoiI that sorty
ISncclnl la The Ilulletln)
HUo, Jlarch 15 Deputy Marshal
Winter nnd Ships Husband I'lcknrd of
the firm of Allen & Ilolilntoii. nrrlvc.1
nerc In tho Klnau and the former Im
Trtdt Milk Rsl.rtd
Fcr Sores, Piles, or any Skin Dis
ease, that is supposed to be hopeless,
Wallich's Indian Remedies will cure
For sale by all druggists.
Put up by the HONOLULU REM.
EDY CO., P. O. BOX 577.
sawnnnm w?mn vm mm wrnmn
G. Q. YEE HOP & GO.
CIVIC FEDS DECLARE
ivimn Tinnr ni,i timt hi wmilil hlni for tnc last lew nays.
guaranteo mo thnt thero would bo no doubiedly In hiding.
trouble, said tho defendant. "The Im
migration olllcers wero nil his friend?,
lie paid them a certain sum."
"Wong Hung vnnted me to give him
Jir.ii," (ontlnued tho witness
"I asked hlni what made the paper
"lie said that the money wns not
only to pay for tho paper but to pay
his friends nt the Immigration Station.
If I got u nny trouble he would ganr-
unteo to get me out. He would fix
It with the Immigration officials. Ho
Ho Is un-
Steam Navigation Co. Mr. I'lcknrd Im
mediately guvo n bond nnd the vessel
wns released. He feels that he has a
cuBe against the ble.imshlp company
mid will win out.
(Continued from Page 1.)
counsellors at lnw, In the building nd
joining tho police
meeting men atooi
iiiuKiiib.-ii .."" "i' - " ,. rnn.
...iLi. Mr .mii.irni refm m. for iiui..' -Tliero room for e co body
itnight. honest polltlis.
We always welcome a comparison of prices and an examlna- "
tlon of pur fresh meat. Tnls applies to our Meat Business, on "?
all of Which our prices are as reasonable as Is consistent with -j
the standard of quality, and strictly maintained In a most sanl.
Telephone Order Department
rmtuiii ijiimuig lu .till wui -.muiibi.iici.( arc aasurco expe
dltlcus service and the sa-ne careful attention as Is given to pur
chases made In person.
TELEPHONE MAIN 251, N. (ING STREET.
station, and at this ng. no ngures are nt preK-nt forthio.ii;; pr
d nil and with un- '' ' "'' rt,8lr'1- l,,0"Ki U la stated, .
m declared that the lhllt Ue younger men lire swurmlng to; g;
TliiiUiilUii iiUiiiUiUliUii iiiiii iHUiiiiK
Job and having 11 few lumps left, ho wanted one-half down and the balanco of the Civic Keds aro to be reallied
The morning paper after telling Ja- rentei, Uint 0XCIW0 of nmn wll(, ,et.
p-in how to conduct Its war campali.ni. ((,g ,l() B,)Scrltion hy informing the
now wnnts to know whpts the use o , , , ,,, ..
having awakened that ancient nation ',,...
from Its slumbers. In the llrst place , 1,
Japan Is buying a few American goods
Secondly there Is always the probabll-i
Ity that Jnpan would Imo awakened
anyhow. Thnt ought to satisfy the
crankiest pessimist on eirth.
There was a "Joker" In the bombas
tic resolution patsed by the Senate for
the Investigation of all the Trusts and
monopolies. Roosevelt In the messng"
expressing the reluctance with whhti
he gave his ajiprovnl points nut i .'
men testifying before this Investigating
body can claim Immunity fee. '
prosecution they deserve. Thus 1 i
the Semite take care of It own.
7V 'M nsWTC si"fTT
".mr -mfwtrm -v i
J r "lUfK.
nniii ..IMili ajanK.
ifct lvifTMKT MtmuPAha Ac wn
Even at this distance It Ii c--v
Imnglno what Is being said In cons--
tiueuie of thn President dcl.iylug uu ,..,,. ,,,. ..,. .. .,
appointment to the Supremo Hem fur Furnl,hrt -u". Peine Height.
tl' benefit of one man. If a ue lau
they nre walling for ho can easily lay
claim to being a greater man than
President The people always find
more than ono man whom thcy believe
capable of holding thnt position.
Four Bedrooms $75 00
Emma St 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 Hills 40 00
Klnau Street 27 50
Germany has announced that It will
float a loan for Russia, provided a
favorable understanding Is reached by
the Morocco conference In which Rus
sia's friend, France, Is deeply Interest
ed. Theso International financial at
fairs ond diplomatic dealings aro stu
pendous but after all they get down to Lunalllo Street 50 00
tho old-fashioned principle of "You I
cratch my back nnd I'll scratch
Liberal space In this Issue Is clven o
the detailed hearing of Hawaii'! busi
ness delegates before the Senate Com
mittee. Perusal of this will give Ilul
letln readers tome Idea of tho work
done by the delegates and how It was
done. Added to this formal hearing nre
Ihe conferemes at every available oc
casion with members of Congress In
dividually and collectively. The busi
ness delegation can be put down ns one
of tho best Investments business men
Trust Co., Limited.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
"Un. Rnt" .aril, am sal al
w, ...v w. .... --7 - . 1 aVPV " "-- - -,, --.w -
of Hawaii ever made, to good incieeu ,h8 Bulletin office.
lhat there should bo no hesitancy In
sending another when there aro brondl $m Fine. Job Printing at the Bui
schemes for Hawaii on foot. letln office.
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
"rent and company
Monday, Tuesday and
MAR 26, 27 AND 23.
Mr. Castle today, "mid It must be rc-
Not only must local politics be lion-1 nicmuercu tnai men or 11 iltica pei-
t nnd straight, but, If nil tho Ideas .-...... " ;
poi-,".' v. ""'- " ' ,,,," ""' ,
l-iuij ,.!... IB waruuui. ' . ... . ,, ..
Present olllcers of the reiteration . " . vi..u .,
embers of the execu- iTescnl OII,t.crg 0, IC 1 eueration . '.,.. ,.,'.., .... ed out, and when on tho Bland the man
the Civic Pcdera- W. R. Castle president; John M-lopel that the at orne retained b (,eneU a), knuwc(, of ,,., Mr
should work for re- 'nhM. lco jircsldcnt: Kd Towse, the prisoner had withdrawn from the Vl)yU, wns cnei, ,, , BI1,ttCr to
lilts mutt bn unpolitical, for it is the
sentiment of the members of the execu
tire lommlttco of
linn fl In, I nn 1I1I1I1
twimlnnllnn nnl thlll In. 111IIV not llll re-. HCCrOtary,
nominated If ho bo a "good in. but ! ,lrcr'
that he should under no circumstances
work for re-nomlniitlon. '
Present nt tho Civic I'cderatlon'i dec
laration of political Independence, sub
scribing In spirit to the sentiments ex
pressed by some of llielr number were
W. II. Castle, In the chair, John
Hughes, IM Towse. P. II. McStocker,
Piesldent Orllllths of Oahu College,
President Homo of the Kamehumcha
schools, Mr. Ryan ami I). L. Wlthlng-
Hilo. Hawaii, Mntch IS. In thu Mo
tor his perfidy tho man was promised
Immunity. Somehow theso fac s leak-
and Senator Dickey, trens- case at the last moment and ho was
left without anyone to defend htm.
During W. R. Castle's absenro on the The Court appointed counsel nnd the
iii.ii, niiriicu nr may return 111 juiy. ueienso put up uy mem is rcmarKnuio )0 Klnau left. Mllverlon nnd
jwuii uuKiii-o. t.iv-jj.rb.iiciii, iii uu ... in view ui me uici iiiuv wiuy nuu iu jmve been successful
the helm. contend with Deputy Attorney Rencral , - -
"Hughes Is a good man," says W Mllverlon and C. A. Doyle, who niel
II. Castle, "a good, strong man." doing their best to convict tho man.
SO It Is officially announced that the Doyle. It seems, nut a fellow nrlson-
Clvln Kederatlon Is In politics nnd that er In tho samo cell with Moilto and
questions by counsel tho Information
obtained by tho defense wns verltled.
I lie case wus drawing to n close when
Krom Mnul nnd Hnwall ports, per
stmr. Klnuii, March 17. Miss A. Mer-'.
11 win nguro nggressieiy in me com- through hlni learncil much that was or , rinm v 1 Wmi.tnii tro i' 1 :.a
Ing campaign. Interest to the prosecution. In return 1 dedL Miss IC Harrington, J V Bell.
' I J 8, Hell, Miss Lucy Lloyd, Miss E.
l.lovd. II. n l.fillln 1 Itnlln Mi-ii W
Some of theso were surprised, in new v,.j"vw.v.-i;;;;;y;c Knnol, A. llaneberg, R. C. lltown
of the previous attitude of the speakers
to hear lolccd tne sentiment tnai tu
Civic Kederatlon should get Into th
Our Milliner has Just returned-from
the Coast with the very latest cre
ations In Spring Millinery.
These are now being un
packed, marked, etc.,
and will be shown
for the first
time on the above
days. Do not think of
buying your Easter hat-
until you have 'seen our display.
coming campaign with drawn swords
to light fur tno upumng 01 political ,
ideas, but all agreed with the sugges
tion of un uggiecslvc campaign.
due of the sentiments cxpiesse.l,
luleed again outside the meeting Ly
ono of those present, to-wlt: President
W. H. fastle, In an interview grunted
a ilulletln icpoiter this moinlng, was:
"People lu politics hero do not seem
to icnllzo lhat the right wu) to win the
popular suppoit Is lo do us .leiuiuo
did ride over all
without a thought for
Mipprrstslng crime and attending to
buelntss Irrespective of uny political
associations, And see what Jeiumo
got 1J.00O majority In spllo of pulll-'
Mr, Cnstlo4mther expressed the spir
it of the meeting of yesterduy, when
he said today:
"There Is no doubt that the Civic
Kedcrtlon will In the coming campaign
take hold vigorously, again, on behalf
of tho titralght, honest and economical
HdrolulMratlon without regard to any
Mr. Castle stated that this applied,
of euuisc, particularly to County ut
tain "At the meeting," stild Mr. Custle,
"no mimes wele mentioned for any
The Civic Federation Is swelling Its
membership, though, since the mem
bershtp committee was not piesent to
icport at tho executive committee nice:
HIGH CLASS TAILORING
ZX" SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS FOR THE
ENEUING SEASON'S TRADE -C
j Fashions Up-to-date in
Every Detail Considered
GENTLEMEN who want that Well-dressed feellnn shonlH nlue nur
political paitlei.iO TAILORING DEPARTMENT a .Trial.
or le-iiomlnution, fl mi- t-t-i-i-i a t-t-i- a ot -i- j..
we nccr ftDKnfto 1 ur inc. i nvico
THERE IS NOTHING NEW IN TAILORING THAT WE ARE
NOT ACQUAINTED WITH.
We are now showing for the Summer trade the Largest and Fin.
est selection of (SUITINGS we ever handled. We cannot fall to please
anybody looking for quality and style.
WE ARE THE ONLY PECPLE IN HONOLULU EMPLOYING
WHITE LADOR IN OUR WORKROOM.
If w.e don't give perfect eatltfactlon there Is nothing to pay.
Our prices are Not the hlghect In town,
J! II. A. Peterson, .Miss N. Potter, M. II.
pcj.ui.iis, inu, ayivesier, 11. e-onwny,
i;. Paris, John M. Ross. Miss L Wiiv.
'j! Master J. Qulnl. A. McOunn. r I.. Win.
ter, J. W. I'lcknrd, W I). Schmidt. C.
'.J H. Dement, S, Kono. T. A. llurmlng-
A hum, II. Afong, Mrs. K. Keeler, Joo
.., VeUch, C. II. Roberts 8. Kelllnol. Mrs.
; Ilnttlo Kalpo and child, W. F. Wilson,
0 Leu Lai, C. A. Ilolloway.
r. 11. i-iiris. secretary, nnu r. A. llur
nilnghnm, traveling salesman of K. O.
& Son, Honolulu, arrived In tho
Saturday nnd will return bv Krl.
K day s Klnau. Thcy came overland from
O Mahukonn In their Cadillac auto, mnk-
(j . .I'Kurecuru run. lino iriuune.
I L B, KERR & Co. Ltd,
.'V ALAK EA STREET.
It Is Cool
THESE DAYS j
JUST THE PLACE TO 8PEND
jThe best of everything
AUl. SORTS OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS Ol' RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 63.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr, n, leaves' at 8:22 a. m.; '
returns?, trrlve In Honolulu at 10:10
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