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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. if, THURSDAY, NOV. B, lflflft.
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MIC Ik 1 W 1
Oceanic Second Degree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Aloha Temple Special.
All Usltltig mcmlicrs ot the
Order tiro cordially ln Itcil to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. 0. 0. V. Hull, Tort Street.
13. n. HENDRY, Secretary.
HEN. P. VICKEHS, N. a.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d nnd 4th Tuesday
ut each montli nt 7:30 p. in. nt K. P.
Hull, corner Fort nnd llerctnnla Sts.
Visiting Urotlicrs cordially wsIcojis
V. L. LYI.E, C. 0.,
P. WALDUON, K. ot R. & S,
OAHU LODOE, No. 1. K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day oenlng nt 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Pert nnd Dcrctnnln. Visiting
brothers cordially Intlted to attend
. O. DKEKINO, C.C.,
JAS. V. WHITE, K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE CIO, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu I.odgo No. C1C, D. P. 0.
H., will meet In their hill on King
near Port Street otery Friday oven
Ing. By order of the n. n.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. II. McINERNY, E. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE Ho.8, K.ofP.
Mcola oery 2nd nnd Ith Saturday
eeniug at 7.30 o'clock In IC. ot P.
Hnll, cor. Port and lleretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. W. L. TRAZEE, C.C.,
. E. A. JACOUSON, K.R.S.
' HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o"clock In If. of P. Hall, corner
Berctanln nnd Port streets.
Visiting Eagles nro lnvltod to at
tend. W. L. PRAZI7E, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
dajs of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially lnWted to attend.
A. It. ARLEiaH, Sachem.
A. 17 MURPHY, C. of It.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent (or Hawaiian Island,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAU.NDRY WORK
done by th'
with their new FRENCH
257 Bcrctania St. Phone 1491.
The Best Whiskey on the Martat.
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
The Best In Town.
TEE. 527. KING ST.
in an automobile is just the thtng.
Call up 200 38!' or 1458 and ask
WING CH0NG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tr
J Bird 1
I Foods I
that sntlsf lioth
lilrd nnd buyer.
Wo hnvo .what
birds like Man
na, lllrd aud,
Hlrd seed, nnd
lllrd tnnlcs. Thoso
lire from the Phil
adelphia II I r il
Food Co. nnd nie
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort St.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
J. I. Silva's Store.
This sale applies only to the main
store at Eleeie.
To make room for a consignment
of goods now on the way.
A Great Reduction
IN ALL LINES OF
These will be sold at
LESS THAN flOfiT
ENGLISH TAILOR GOODS,
BOO?5: AND SHOES,
ilATS AND CAPS,
At Sarriflro Pt!om
ALL THESE PRICEST STRTCTLY
A fine line of Fancy Wines and
Liquors for the Ohristmai trade in
our Liquor Department.
are 10 or 15 per cent, cheaper,
but they last just 90 per cent.
as long as
W. P. FULLER & CO.'S
And their cheapness shows
from the first day, and moie
and more every day.
Our Paint is superior in
quality to any other; we
guarantee it to give perfect
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL ItEIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 290, 200, 1097. ,
. Thnrlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Autocar1 at M&O for sale. Sea nd.
Oct your lunch nt tho New England
Dakcry, Hotel street.
Tomorrow Friday last day1 of
silk bargains nt Whitney & Marsh's.
A beautiful corict, specially mado
for the local Elks' Lodge, Is now being
Tho Arab Patrol of Aloha Temple
will meet In tho Drill Shed for prac
tice this afternoon nt 6 o'clock.
Coat1 your Iron roots with "Arable."
Yoti will be surprlMd at tU co-Hint
and preservative properties, California
Feed Co., agents.
Try n Owl five-cent ciP"". )'011
smokers who have not smoked one.
It has tho finest dm or nnd quality. M.
A. Gunst & Co , Fort and King streets.
in a document filed In the Circuit
Court, It Is stated that ltllo hair a
larger population than any bther-placo
In tho Territory. "Rainfall" Is prob
ably what was meant.
Mrs. Kearns will have doltcloui
homemade mincemeat for thanksgiv
ing on sale at all tho leading grocery
houses. Just as cheap and twlco as
nice as the' Imported article.
Reis & Qalnn ate now located at
the Young; Hotel Auto Stand Phone
188 Short runs 00c and Si. TO By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping- and calling.
An invitation nns como to uovrrnor
Prcnr for tho Territory of Hawaii to
mako nn exhibition of Its productions
nnd Industries In London at tho "Gold
en West nnd American Industries Ex
hibition" to bo held between May and
October next car.
Meals served at all hours at the
Now England Rakery. Hotel street.
John P. Col burn hns filed n demur
rer to the suit of Chas. Wilder, Tax
Assessor, for tnxes. He alleges that
there Is not facts alleged for a causo
of action. Ho also sns that Wilder
has not tho power to bring a suit
under the title which ho holds.
The final accounts of C. H. Dickey,
administrator ot the estate ot William
P. Williams, bettor known ns "Rill"
Williams, tho ol dltguthouso keeper,
were filed this morning In tho Circuit
Court. Dickey asks to bo allowed the
sum of $1370.96, and charges himself
with $1593 52. Dickey states that
there Is left to tho widow a'hoilso anil
lot vnlufed'at $700 and tho sum of $200
IMPRESSIVE ARE THE
Mrs. Parker Is Laid to
Rest By Sorrowing
Surrounded by palms, fornr nnd
flowers and In tho presence ot a largo
number of people, Rev. Hi II. Parker
conducted lmprcsslvo funeral services
over the remains of tho lata Mrs. Sam
Parker yesterday afternoon at tho
Emma street residence
Beautiful floral tributes from
friends wcro artistically arranged
about tho rooms and tho entrance.
The mourncrH wcro ushered Into tho
room by Prank B. Thompson. Mr.
Carter, W. P. Roth. J. 8. Low. J.
Dalch. 11. P. Roth, W. T. Uiras, Wm.
DIckBon nnd Wm. Williamson.
In tho makal drawing, room wcro
seated a number ot prominent women,
whllo In the rear lanal were seated
tho members of tho Hui Kaahumanu'
and other Hawaiian societies.
Rev. Henry Parker, pastor qf Ka
wulnhao church, conducted trio sor
lccs In English nnd Hawaiian. Tho
chinch choir of Kuwalahao, under tho
leadership of E. K. Llllkalanl. sane
Tho rendition of "Nearer My God to
inco" was especially touching.
At tho close of tho services tho ro'
mains wero carried from tho house to
tho hearso by tho nctlvo pallbearers,
Governor John Dakor. Qcorgo C. Beck'
ley, Robert W. Shingle, John T. Mc
Crosson. C. A. Drown, George A.
Davis. P, M. Lowis, Paul Muhlcndorf
and Eben I,ow,
Tho honorary pallbearers wero
iPrlnco Knlanlanaolo, Judge S. B.
iDolo. Governor At S." Cleghora. J. O
,Cartor, E. 8. Cunha, Captain Johri
moss, a. m. uanion, w. M. Uitranl,
'Allan Herbert, E. D. Tenny.
Among thoso present at' the services
.wcrt Sirs. 8. B.' Dolo. Princess Ka
lanlannole, Mrs. Tcnncy, Senator and
Mrs. C. P. Chllllngworth, Mr, and Mm.
Swanry. W. O. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
Chun, rtnitth KnnntnW nti.1 M. f...!
powsett, John Lucas, Mr. and Mm.
31. P. Rertleman, Consul General Can'
tiavarro. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Tsvlor.
r.ciwuni uoyn, samuei KnmalOplII, Mr,
and Mrs. John Bright. Mr. and Mrs,'
H..n L.u, , auuiuw, ur, una flirs.
Murray. Senator and Mrs.r Paul Ison.
berg. O. P. Peterson, DrV and Mrs!
McOrow, w. T. Wall, Judgo and Mrs.
Kingsbury. Mrs. Georges C. BeckI6y,
Rev. II. P. Judd;iMr. and Mrs. J. A.
McCandlcss, Mr. Monsnrrat, R. 8. Hos.
mer. Oeorge W. 8mlth. Mr. and MrB.
Henry Holmes'. Mr. and Mrs. M, Phil,
lips, Mr. and Mrs. H. F, Macfarlano
G. J. WallorT Mr. and Mrs. U. P. Dili
llngham nnd United States Marshal
A Mwt fewilMt Aswrtawt f
W. W. Ahana Co.,
gg s. mo ST; .raoWwfc.
IKE BBK "2IKB8'' IN TOWN.
SAX FftANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 4. Tatf has 309 clcctornl votes and'
has carried Maryland, New Jersey, West Vtrglnln, and Montnnn.
! t Ilryan-ls 67 votes ahead In Missouri, which probably elected n Re
ptitillchVOdVcrnor nnd Legislature.
Johnson has been elected Governor of Minnesota by 25,000 major
lty. Taft's' plurality In New1 York t 203,491; HiighcV plurollty Is 71,
150 Ohio Is for Tnft by 50,000, The Governor Is Democratic and the,
Indiana Is Republican by 8000, Governor and Legislature Demo
cratic, s (
Bryaji hns 10,000 majority In Nebraska. Tho Democrats nho elected
five Congressmen nnd the Legislature. '
i ' i i
HEPBURN IS DEFEATED
WA8HINOTON, D. C. Nov. 4. The next Sennto Is' to be two-thlrda
Republican. In the" House there will be 20R Republicans, 173 Demo
crats, and ten doubtful. Cannon will probably be reelected Speaker.
Among tho defeated Congressmen nro Hepburn, Lnndls, nnd Overstreet.
Longworth has been reelected.
NEW YORK, N. Y Nov. 4. Thlsxcfly gives Tnft 15.64G plurality.
' i Sent your name and address
f our fully Illustrated
) NEW 1909 GENERAL CATALOGUE
to be ready for mailing in December.
We are already enjoying a large
trade in the Hawaiian Islands and
Vfould like all interested in the gar
den, to tend for the catalogue.
Our seeds are grown largely on our
own farms and are the B E S T TO
C C Morse,
52 JACKSON ST. ALSO MARKET ST.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
(ContintoU from Past 1)
so voted for Coko In Hnmnkunpoko
nnd Puuncne. R. J. K. Nnwahiue,
tho' Democrat, who has been accept
ed by the Republicans In.placa of D.
It. Kahaulello, withdrawn, leads ev
erybody with 1G88 otes. The Dem
ocratic lenders have now conceded
Nawahlne to bo a Republican, for
Nawnhluo was formerly n Republican
and only became n Democrat when
Kalua Joined the Democratic ranks
only to return to the fold after
rough handling nt the hands of tho
Democrats at tho Lahalna conven
Pia Cockett, who ran against
Poguc, kneW'befora he made the leap
that he was running ngalnst nn Inv
possibility, for Hamnkuapoko Is tho
Gibraltar of tho'Rcpubllcans on Maul,
but' Pla Cockett yielded to pressure
by friends who' thought him to be
the only person In tho Kula district
who had any show against Mr.
It was also known before election
that Hala, Poguo, and Moyer would
bo returned, while" the leaders wero
doubtful as to Wadsworth of W.il
luku and also Henning of Lahalna.
Hennlng had dono a vast amount of
good to his district during four jenrs
Incumbency as Supervisor; but ho
had not been very wise as to his
treatment ot Republican leaders. Ho
had previously made an announce
ment that' Pardon would succeed
him, hut wlicn he found nut that
Hon. Philip Pall would surely bo
elected In splto of his ofTorts In bo
half of Parden, Henning Jumped in
at tho convention, withdrew Parden
and swept Pali aside, and received
tho nomination. But tho convention
could not elect him Supervisor and
his defeat was wroiight right tlioio
and then, ulthough neither he nor
his lieutenants were aware of the
Impending doom: Kauht Is In for
the next two years, and since the
Republicans still hold the majority
on the Board, the numerous wild
campaign promises rryido by the two
successful Democratic candidates
will vanish Into thin air, for such
promises were' iricapable ot fulfill
ment, nnd can only be accomplished
when the Republican majority run
mad, which they"are"not likely to do
for tho coming two years at least,
arid therefore' the'only good that tho
two lone Democrats can do will be
to draw their salaries and thank Iho
Republican1 strikers for the easy
money. The last four years was the
golden era of both Mnkawao and La
halna district!, and' therefore tho
beautiful seaport ot Lahalna with
Its tall cbfoartut trees and gigantic
breadfruit' trees of lle, their beau
tiful leaves exhaling the perfumes ot
Kauaula at eventide, will no longer
reap or enjoy the, prosperity which
they hnve been accustomed to In tho
pimt. Wailuku has had some bene
fits during' the last two years, ul
though tho1 Wnlhoo and Mnulueu
roads ought not bo what they arc,
but whrft they will bo now Is .tho
rub. While soft dust may be anulo
deep now, the futuro is to be dread
ed. All the, returns are not In yet
from Molokal, but the Republicans
have bucIi big" leads over tlielr com
petitors that there U no longer any
doubt of a grand Republican vlcloiy
on Maul nnd Molokal.
The election of Senator Samuel E.
Kalamn is the greatest prize of this
election, for with his great Insight
ns well as foresight, his uncqualed
tact In dealing with tho various del
egations in tho halls of the Leglsla-
turc, with which he succeeded In ac
quiring appioprlatlons for public Im
provements In the past. Ills defeat
would have been disastrous not only
to Muul Republicans, but to the
entire Muul electorate. Mr. Robin
son will take with him Into the leg
islative councils sound Knowlcdgo on
llnnndnl mnttnm iih wnll iih pvnrl
I knowledge ot the tnxntlon problem
wmen win como up til mo next cch
i 8. P. Kunl (D.) of Hnlawa recelV'
Ted 955 votes, many being under tho
Impression that ho was the Rav. J
KiihI of Kalaupapa, a Republican.
Returns from Hnlawa, Pukoo, nnd
Kaunaknkal for all ot the County of
ficers havo not arrived up to noon
Maui Election Returns
Kuhlo (R.). elected 1 109
McCandless (D.) .'ilK!
Notley (H.-R.) 772
S. E. Kalama (It.), elected. . 1185
W. T. Robinson (It.) elected 115S
Wm. White (D.) .'. 1152
J. II. Raymond (D.) 990
R. J. K. Nnwnhlno (It.)
J. Nukalckn (It.) elected.. 120S
L II. Carley (It.) elected., llfil
O. W. Kiiwnaku.1 (It.) elect
J. K. lll'hlo (D.) elected.. 1158
M. P. Walwttlolo (It.) elect
ed 1 nn
W. P. Hala (R.), elected 1C2
N. Onistcd (Intl.) 87
J. Ahull! (D.) SO
W. F. Poguo (It.) elected - 287
P. Cockett 173
T. 11, Lyons (D.) elected 307
It. A. Wadsworth 303
Geo. Knuhl (D.) elected. 1S3
W-i. Honnlng 173
T. T. Mevo-, elected'.... 9S
Tula Nakl 87
W. E. Saffcry (R.) elected 1029
T. Clark (D.) 759
J. L. Coko (D.J elected . . . 1051.
J, W. Kalua (Il.) 892
Clefki ' j
W. P. Kaoo (R.) elected.. 1233
to neglect one's Eyes, but it is also
RUINOUS. Don't do it.
j HONOLULU WEATHER (
Temperatures 0 n. ni., 71. 8 " "'
70: in a. in, 78; noun, 79, morning
minimum, 71. Barometer, 8 u. m.,
30.C4; absolute humidity, 8 a lu
6 9R0 grains per cubic foot, relative
humidity', 8 n. m., 02 per cent; dew
point, 8 n. m., 02.
Wind 0 n. m , Mdoclty 12, direction
N, K.: 8 a. m., velocity It, direction
N. f; 10 a. m., velocity 20, dlioctlon
N. 17.; noon, cloclty 15, dliecttou ND.
Rainfall durfing 24 hours ended 8 it.
m., .00 Inch.
Total vlnd movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 209 miles.
WM. B. 8TOCKMAN,
Section Director. Weather Bureau.
CARD OF THANKS
Admiral llccklcy desires to thank
the many friends who supported, hint
for Treasurer In the late campaign
and to nssuic them that whllo ho hui
failed at this time to win out, Iho
loyalty ot his friends Is n victory for
friendship that compensates for tho
loss of ofllic.
GEOIIOE C. IlKCKLEY.
CORRECT RETURNS FINISHED
(Continued from Paze 1)
Knmahu, Daniel (D.) 1000
Knulukttkut, C.' (H.lt.-L.) ... 522
Kcawcpooole, L. (D.) 895
Klhncy, Rucl'dt.) 105S
Kulknhl, M. (D.) 821
I.Ike, E. L. (D.) 1007
Mahoe, S. K. (H.lt.-L.) 858
Mnlcluii, S. I'nhta (It.) 810
Mlkalcml, IMw. II. (It.) 951
Pocpoe, Hen (H.R.-L.) 010
Achl, Win. C. (H.R.-L.) .... 1024
Pern, Jos. J. (D.) 2220
Lane, Jno. C. (It.) 2212
Aliln, Win. (R.) 2340
Aylett, It. W. (It.) 2507
CoSc, Andicw 17. (II.) 3130
Crnbbe, II. N. (D.) 2011
Davis, Robt. W. (H.R.-L.) ... 910
Ingham. Edward (D.) 2215
Kalnuokalanl Sr D. (II.lt.-
Kline, Will. A. (It.) 2300
Kcnloha, Jus. M. (H.R.-L.).. 991
Kcknl, Abr. K. (Il.ll.-L.) . . . 729
Kuhlo, J. U. (D.) 1122
Logan, Daniel (II.) 2340
McClellan. W. II. (D.) ,f... 2112
Pncle. Jas. K. (D.) 1587
Peters, A. V. (D.) 1018
Qulnn, J. C. (It.) 2005
Sllva. M. 17. (I).) 1935
Vldn, Henry C. (H.R.-L.) ... 1309
Wntklns, Norman (It.) 2322
lnukea, C. P. (I.) 50t
Jarrott. W. P. (I).) 3235
Wise, John II. (It.) 1S00
CITY AND COUNTY CLERK
Kalnuokalanl Jr., D. (II.) ... 301.".
Lowe, Geo. K. (D.l 1505
Anderson, J. C. (D.) 2110
Illcknell, Jan. (II.) 2925
llccklcy, Geo. C. (I.) 725
Trent, Richard II. (I).) .... 204.",
Von Holt, II. M. (II.) 2017
Cathcart. Jno. W. (It.) .... 2515
Kdlligs. W. S. (I).) 1502
Long, Curios A. (I.) 1233
Holt. Chris. J. (It ) 1423
Monsnrrat, J. M. (I.) :i
Rose. Chns. II. (D.) 2011
Chas. Wilcox (11.) elected 121S
L. M. Baldwin (11.) elected 1201
Levi Joseph (It.) elected -203
G. P, Kuutmaknole (I).).. 121
Edgar Morton (II.) elect
Jorry Bums 113
Clement Ci owcll (II.) elect
W. L. Mossmnn (D.) ..... 197
O. R. Lindsoy (R.) olecU
M. Kntihanh.ia (D.) . . . 00
C. K. Makckau (did. R.) 93
E. K. Devouchcllo (D.)
Dlbblo K. Hue, (It.) 81
CANDIDATES 1X)R REPRESENTA
TIVES NOT ELECTED
S. Kuuln (D.) 1112
A. J. Gomes (R.) 1089
II. C, Mossnian (D.) 910
O. W. Kniihane (D.) 890
8. P. Kunl (D.) ...1 955
Republicans elected 19 7C per cent.
Democrats 0 24 per cent.
No leturns fiom Hnlawa, Pukoo
Autocar runabout, 1st class condi
tion; $450. W. II. Rhodes, phone
130. . 4100-H
Thursday, Nocmliur 5.
Htmr. Cl.mdlno, from llllo, 4:60
Stmr. Ilelenc, Nelson, for llnuickim,
Stmr. Klnnti, Oregtiry, fn rKnu.il, 5
I" ' ,.
Pit stun Claudlnc. from ltllo, Nov.
5. Col. MIlcBi Cadet Miles, Cnpt
llrndli'v, Knslgu Uwls, T. Onodn, ft.
Ilorlon, Miss Inglls, A. Tnvarcs, Mik.
McGiogur and child, -Mien E. Wong
KmiB, Mrs. J. Rlolnrdsnii, Mrs. Ilcnly,
S MntKiihlin nnd wlfo and 30 deck.
Per stint. Clniidlnc. Bennett, for
Maul. Nov. 0, 3 p. in. C. ().llottel, P.
G. Hultcl, Mrs. l'ciilinllnw and twi
clilldreii, A. Oelslcko, V. I). Mellaril
nn. Mis. .1 Am'Hiii nnd child, K. P.
Per ptmr. Klifati, (liegnry, for Kami.
5 p. in.. Nov. 5. W .1. Do Vi'i'H. MrH.
J. Rcinlcli. Mlxs Helen .Mnrfiiibinu,
MlfR Aliri Mncrnrlaiic, I Aldrlgc,
Ml 8. A. It, Pciuhcitoil.
THE STIIA'MER Cbiicllno nnUcil
early this morning from llllo wild pa-i-engors.
Her firlght cnuslilvil of 707
rnlltnad ties, 38 civcs of coin, 1 horse,
(0 hog, 52 piekngon imply Ixiltlcs,
71 packages hides and 85 package.)
THE KINAU will Uuo this after
iKKin nt 5 uVlock for Kauil. Ilcsldes
pjsscngcis, hho will lake n laigo con
Hlgiinient of general mvicliindlco for
tho people there.
THE CLAUDINE. which arrived thN
morning from llllo, will sail nt' 5
o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
THE HKLENI7 left Tor tho Ilainn
kiia ports this noon. Sho took freight
but no p isHcngortf.
BANKS MUST PAY
(Continued from Pajc 4)
Milk Injustice. The statuto was de
signed tn iibvlato Just Mich iintunil
dlHllnetlons nnd Inequalities us tlic.ie.
In other words, tho Lrglilatii'.o
Kought to equalise thu bauMng :ul
nntages of the various places liy h
illffcrenio In tho fee for the license.
And Is it not reasonable and piopiT
to iiBsunio th'ut the Leglsltnuru In
fixing tho respective sums required
for it bunking license in each of tho
pluces ilcqlsnntfrl, duly considered nil
the natural und ui Uncial distinctions
of cnchtfolatlve to tho others, such
us population, commercial, shipping,
i.gilciiltuiitl nml other advantages,
as well as dlsadvjnUges? And, In
thus I caching Its conclusion, It Is not
for the court to bay that Ibis r-m-rliiHlon
is not warranted, even
though the motives which may lini-u
actuated tho Legislature were. In
our Judgment, Insufllclenl, so long us
tho legislate illM'ietlou has kept
within rouvtlttitlonnl bounds.
"It would Kceni from nn examina
tion of tho authorities that tho i al
so n for it classification ot the bank
Ing business according to the pinto
where conducted, and the llcensis pro
portioned theicto, was ile.uly wlth-t
In tho constitutional power of tho
"Tho fail that tho irspeilhe
amounts required for a IIumiso ar- ,
finding Id the place where the bank
ing IjiisIik'mi Ih in be i (inducted, in:.y
not bo liialhemali-illy cvact. or may
not bo appoi tinned precisely with thu
business thorn tn bo transacted, as '
lompaieil with tho business of tho
other places. Is Immaterial from .i
constitutional point of view. Theso
nio questions, It any such Inequali
ties exist, to bo presented In tho Lng
Islutinc for adjustment. Legisla
tures nro constantly endcaunlng In
correct inlttal.es nnd im-iHlghts of
tlielr piedeeessois. Ily this tnclliii'l
the laws of man fiom tho dawu ot
history to this day huo been per
fected mid adjusted to meet the rc
qulicmeut of tho people
"I therefore llnd for tho defend
ant. Judgment aecoidlngly."
A uinchlmi In cut grass wheio a I inn
mower cannot go, and ut the samo
lime trim Iho mil oentIy has been
patented by an Indiana mm
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Metor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor. S17S. Comnlete.
THE CHAHLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
ANJJ MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St.
NUUANU AND MERCHANT
Choice FERNS, ROSES and
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FL0RIE9T. HOTEL Y0UNQ Bid
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