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lUnnirr A.Coli.n vs. Cntni.ES C.
JmW C. J. MfCiUy mmil A tt J. J. thnrntom tf I,
Court Chief J1kt JM.
The Chief Jaaticc made a decro in tin case
in favor of petitioner on llie 1 2tli September
lbst. llie reionticiH uotcu an appeal in tlie
Court in banco. A and for costs wan duly
filed wilh in the ten das required iy rule m
Court, but accrned costi were not paid unti
the next day after tlie tco tlav liad expiretl.
At tho October term October 15 a motion,
was made by respondent 8 counsel to place the
cause upon the calendar. The motion wa
resisted on the ground that the appeal was not
Pending a decision, petitioner counsel ap-
pexred lcfore the Court in Itancu mi October
ainl, and wiilnlrew their objection to tlie al
lo'aiice of llm aptcal and the caso wa pre
een:etl nud arzuctl before the Court mi its
On January 12, ISS.a niajoritr of the Court
renderetl u decision rcverein the decrrc of
ihe Cliief Jnsiire.
On nuiiiou hy :itioiicrn cuuiimc), filed Jan
oary 20lh, the Court ordered tlat a rule Nane
retnrnable lefore the full Court on the 30th
Jnurv, IB&o, onlerine (he rt Kixindenl tt
show can ho hy the decree of tho Chief Jus
ticeof the 12th September, letil, should not
stand m final judgment nd decree hcrctiM-n
the qroiiml thai, as a pilars by tho records
and papers on 6lo no appeal wa taken and
pe fleeted as required by law
From the testimony oflered it seems clear
that the withdrawiiiir by counsel of objections
to the appeal was not without (he consent of
t. S HartircH W 11. A Oistlcfor rxti-
(toner urge that the Court in banco has nnt ob
tained jurisdiction of the cause. The absence
of a matter necessary to ctve the Court juris
diction cannot bo waived. The rule requiring
costs to be paid witlun ten days as one ol llie
steps necessary to an appeal lias tho force of
law. failure in this respect renders the ap
peal nugatory and no agrecmcut can make it
valid. Part leu cannot waive requirements
which arc lor the bctwntoi tneatato. iJn
cane is to be distinguished from (hosoin which
the waiver affects irregularities pert am in:
the jurisdiction over the person only, tlie Court
already having jurisdiction of the caue and
subject matter, and this matter in question
anects tho cause and s object, matter und can
not bo waived.
Paakuku vs. Kainoikehuehu 3 Uawn. 612.
Ho Oops, 3 limn. 407.
Rex. vs. Cnllen, 3 Haw. 122.
EcU of Kaliiahunuit July term 16G6.
Paona vs. llcatm, 3" llawn. 591.
Tied ale vs. bark Almy, 4 Uawn. 503.
Utit of Kallikauoa, 3 llawn. 458.
Kaohl vs. Liaikulani, 3 Hawn. 350.
35 Cal. 286, 4 Cush. 270.
133 Mat.s. 4C5, G Cush. 29.
II Mas. 205,5 Cuah.615
17 Pick. 205, 21 Conn. 530.
22 Pick 205, 23 Gum. 175.
10 Cal 31,24 Cal.lf6.
C. fl. Ashfunlfor retpomlcnt. The failure
(o pay costs was a mere irregularity and may
be waived. It is considered to be waived if
the naity luving a right toconrnlainof it takes
any subsequent step inconsistent with an in-
tent on his part to take advatiUgeof it. Con
sent cures error-
Hansen vs. Uoitt, 14 X. II. 50.
Holmes vs. Hogers, 13 Cal. 191.
Keyes vs. Warner. 45 Cal. 60.
The Court has jurisdiction of the subject
raauci, i. e. aumoriiy 10 lake cogniianco oi,
try and determine cases for separation from
Ihe marriage relation. Cooloy Const. Mm. p.
Tho Court may train jurisdiction of the par
lies by their consent or by their appearance
without taking objection, id. 400. Crone rt
Ihmidl. 20 31. also 29 Gmm. 415. 32 Cuun,
108. 32 Conn, 147, G MiJt. 279. 11 .1U. 227,
Zt it. 232, HutUthjIoH JJrulfc CO, r Mcc-
art. 9 Hoitanl 113, 39 .Vic. 123, 22 Mich, 78,
Uy the Court:
I'poti n careful review of the authorities
cited by both sides we arc of ihe opinion that
mo rme should be discharged.
Hit Court in banco ha luriidichuii lo hear
and determine on appeal, cause fr fcp-iratiou
fruiii bed and board. Vide Sections 1336 aiid
n9 of tho Civil Code.
1 A Griirt has jurisdiction of any subject
matter, P, by the law of its organization it has
auiiioiiM to tako cognizance of, try. and dc
tennino cases of that description. If it as
sumes to act in a case over Inch ihe law docs
not give it authority, the proceeding and imlg-
tuentwill bi abogcther void, and right of
property cainn-t be divested by ir. And on
this point there is an important maxim of the
law that consent will not confer joristicthm,
by which is meant that ihe consent of parties
cannot empower a Court to act upon subjects
Mic no Buuiuiueu iuub juugiucm oy uio
law GoIeys Constitution h) Mutilation n.
39S. A jurisdictional defect of this character
can bo made nvailablo at any t-tage of the caie,
as the defect is fundameutal, Wing a total
want of pow er to act at all. A familiar illus
tration would be a District Court assuming to
to try a libel for divorce, or n indictment for
In the ci so vcareco!isideriiir ihe Court had
iutisdictioii of the pjrtis; they appeared and
RuLmillcd their case on its merits to the final
adjudication of tho Court. Says Cooley, id. n.
10'Jr it is a cencral rule ihnt irreirularitiL'
in the coufbo of judicial proceedings do not
render litem void. An irregularity may bo
defined as tho failure to observe that particular
course of proceeding which, conformably with
ihe practice of the Court, ought to have been
observed in the case," The learned author
ays further that even in the same proceed in tr
au irregularity may be waived, and will com
monly be held to be waived if the party en
titled to complain of it shall take any suUe-
quenl step in the cause inconsistent with an
intent on Ins part to tako advantage of it.
Thi doctrine seems to bo abundantly sus
tained by authority. In the case of the Wash
ington Hridgo Co. vs. Stewart. 3 Howard. IT. i
S. 413, the Supreme Court of tho Untied
States held that though ibis Court had juris
diction only, on appeal, from final decrees of
the Circuit Court, yrt if this Court actually ;
entertains jurisdiction and affirms the decree i
of a Circuit Court, etc., the question wltettrer
uie decree appealed irom was nnal, cannot be
raised on a second appeal. Tho Conn aay. to
permit afterward, uikjii an appeal from pro
ceedings oniiis mandate, a suggestion ol the
waU of jurisdiction ol this Court unan the
first appeal, as a sufficient caue for re-ciam-
ning the judgment there raven, would cer
tainly be novelty in the practice of a Conrt
in rati vs. WiUidms 33 Conn. 117. the
defect was that commissioners to settle
boundaries had not taken x special statutorv
oath. Tho Court say "-There arc certainlv
numerous decisions iu our reports that tha
positive rtquiiements of statutes in certain
case must be exactly complied with. But
there are quite as many, especially of late
years, to the effect thai although an error
may be of a fatal nature, yet tho right to take
advantage of it may be lost by laches or
wairer creating an estoppel." "So far as there
is a conflict, those decisions are most cons is.
i cut with sense and. justice which prevent a
any irom going to tnal oa the merits and
accepting the reult if favorable, but if other
wise, Uknig advantage oi a technical diihcuJty
which ho fcnew uf or should have known
from the Iwg tilling." 'The general rule is
iltni m ben the Giurt has jurisdiction of the
partic aid ihe cause, and there has been in
Uiccourttc ol ihe proceeding an irreguUrtty
which might be fatal, as the on action, to do
some ad required oy law or the doing it im.
pioperly, the obj eel iou may bj waived, orja
party may bo estopped fromr ising i;.".
It IS not lieccAsarv to discuaa the- nnnlkm
of estoppel or waiver by implication, for in
tho case at bar, there wa an cxpresa waiver
of the irregularity in open Court, and we are
freed from difficulty in deciding whether the
pally having the right to complain may waive
the defect nr irregularity by Section 7 of the
Civil Code which enacts that,
i rtvale agreements shall have no effect to
contravene a y law which cuiicerca ntthii
order or morals. But individuals may, in all
cases in which it is not expressly or implicitly
ruhibited. renounce what the law has ntah.
lished in their favor, when such
docs not affect the rights of others, and is not
contrary to the public good."
This Conrt has been trniformly strict in it
ruling! upon an matters concerning appeals.
compelling parties to coxply literally with
the requirements of th statutes and rules of
Court, but in only one case hi, it held lhat
counsel have not the authority to waive objec-
iiofts iu nuu-winitiincj fiuu iitcse rules,
Tins is the caw of 1-Tjlttkn vs. hvmollt.
hvcA 3 llawn. 61 2( decided in 1873. Tliis
case has hid our carefol attention. It was
rendered by a dmded Gihrt and much stress
is laid by the msjontrvr the Court that iln
written waiver (whichwas of the fact that
Ihe appeal wag perfected only on the thirteenth
day after the decision) was made by counsel
without the consent of Ins .-client. It seems
that the case was argued and submitted to tli
full Court on its merits, but petitioners conn.
el says at the end of hi brief Tli nlamtiffr
counsel allowed the defendants counsel as far
as he is concerned In pcifect his appeil after
the time. He says nothing on that point. It
it for Court alone lo reopen ihe decree t
not. There is noihing in the papers on fib
to sltow that the plaintiff personally nbjVcled
to the coune taken by her ctitnel, and the
Our!, inspecting its recoid, on its own motion
rirclinrM jurisdiction oti the ground th.it tli
plcal hail nt been crfectcd in lime. W
think the majority of iho Court erred in hold
ing that sncli an irregularity could not be
waived by counsel and so far as the decision
has established this as law wc feel oblij;! to
overrule it. llie Uonrt tindountedly conitlcr
en nisi uie ucieci auecteu the jurisdiction
the Court over tho subject matter nd tli
news now nresentol lhat it hftbefed ill
jurisdiction over tho persons only were not
cieany eiauoraied by counsel.
Tlie case at bar can bo dislinginsheil from
raaktiku vs. Nomoikchueliu, inasmncli as no
nggestion was made of the want of jurisdic
tifti to try the case on appeal, by reason of
the appeal not being pruierly perfected, wul
tho caao was (tending, whereas initio former
rose Paakuku vh Komoikehuchu, tho Hiint
was BUggeted in plain till a bncl.
We are of opinion lhat the waiver cures th
delect and accordingly discharge tho rule.
Tlie decree of the full Court must tstaml
A. S, Hartwell for petitioner; C, W. Asti
ford for respondent.
Honolulu, March 19, 1885.
Snpreaae Cowrt of the liKwallan Islands
IsiZBUy. In Banco Junnary
s Term 1885.
L UM..MtTClt KT, AL. VS.
IIOLAIT l.T AL.
Jtfhl C,J, MrCmllyJ. AHm J.
Com t If JrtVWy J.
On motion todismisit apiieal.
Thi a caie was brcuzht Iwfnre iho Chancellor
who filed his written opinion in faror of the
tuaimiiis UctobcrZ3, Ifl. A lunnal decree
in accordance with the findings having hoc
prepare i tpy counsel ws Mgncd by tli
Chancellor and filed October 35. The de
fendants having noted nn appeal completed
mo necessary steps therefore within ten davi
r r .1 i . -. .
vi .tic uiiug ui ma urcrci', out 1101. wiiiim ie
aays oi tue niing ol llie opinion, the qucs
tittO to be considered is whether the timo al
lowed for takinir appeal runs from date de
livery of the opinion or of signing the decree.
wien. as in this caso. the latter is made on
day subsequent to the former.
11 is remarkable that this question has not
to cur knowledge, ever before been raised.
It has not lcn a matter of uniform practice
here, to follow tho opinion or decision of the
tjocrt as written and delivered or filed, by
formal decree. Especially in the earlier Years
of the existence of tho Court, was it generally
left solely to such note as the clerk made on
his record of the effect .of the conclusion which
the Court arrived at and pronounced in its
opinion. And when formal decrees were
present, it was often a considerable time after
the decision. When appeal was taken, it was
very much the custom to defer the final clos
ing of tho caso by decree until after the hear.
icg and decision on the appeal tho timo for
taxing and perl ecu eg appeal being considered
to run irom the date ol rendering the decision,
it was only by iiulo of Court o. I, that tL
time for appeal from "any decision, judgment,
order or decree made at chamber" to tho
Court in banco was limited to ten days, tli
statute prescribing no time therefor.
But the question now being raised we have
no difficulty in saying that the proceeding be
fore the Chancellor was not concluded before
the signing of a decree. The opir.ion express
ed a finding that two certain deeds under con
ideration were fraudulent, and that a decree
would be made accordingly. Tho definite
specific order made and relief granted was
pi escribed only in the decree. Tho defend
ants were bound by the particulars therein
expressed, and not liable for anything not
covered by the decree.
In this c.e as in many others, Ihe specific
iienis are not mated in Ihe ltidccs opinion,
They are tho leiral result of the scneral find
ings Under the praters in the bill for certain
relief and for such general relief as may be
suitable, and h a hud in? which is in lavor
of the bill, or to some extent in favor of it, or
against the bill,- the action of the Court
Whatever it is should bo determined and cm.
bodied in h decree. It is not enough to in
1 1 mate that a decrro wilt be mado en certain
lines; it must be made. It then becomes the
solemn and exact arbitrament of the Court,
which is not made until this is done. Itv tin
an parties arc bound, or if it is a caso iu
which appeal may bo taken, it it from this
wiucn it is UKeu.
Tlie motion is overruled.
S. B. Dole, for blaintifi: J. M. Pocnoc. for
Honolulu, March 23, 1885.
Supreme Conrt of the Hawaiian I1ai.1.
In Banco. In Equity. January Term 1885
H Kiiv.cc a How lam vs. Kai'Ika Xaoxk am
Alakkm Xaom-:, jiku iivsuam).
JmJ.I, t J., frCltf, J,t A mmUm, J. Ofimiow vf th
CoHrt hji J,t.t, C.J.
This case comes up on anneal from a deci
ion of Mr. Justice Austin rendered January 7
1883, dismissing the bill.
After hearini; the proofs and arguments of
counsel, ami on u carcini cxaminiliuii ol the
case wo arc oi the opinion that Iho decision
herein made should bo a (turned and accord
ingly dismiss the bill.
A 6 add that the decedent Kalaau h.ifn
settled his land upon his wife Kapika, was
entitled during his life to tho possession of
tho vlalc ami its rents and nrntitK. 1v virinn
of his being l.r husband. This was no more
favorablo to his wifo than tho will first made
to her., Tho tact lhat ho afterwards changed
his mind and made a will in favor of tho tdain.
lifff r whom he i shown by tlc testimony of
.-ur. iiuii to nave bad iuoi friendly and pa
ternal feelings some fifteen or iwcnly years
ago while In'- first wifo Mialo wna alive
doca not overcome the clmr lettiimony of Mr.
Widcmaiiu und other that he executed iho
deeda to defendants with .i full underatanding
of their import and effect.
b. II. Dole for Plaintiff: K. M. Hatch und A.
Jtosa lor uc end an is.
Honolulu, March lath 1635.
Prlno and Premier.
The following correspomlenco passed
between Prime Minister Gladstone, of
England, and tho eldest aon of tho Trinco
of Wales, ITinco Albert Victor, on tho lat
ter a attainment of his majority. Tho
ramiers letter is noble and worthy of
jiiiu, auu tue i nnco s repiy is exceoaingiy
Hawasdqt Castle. Jan. 7, 18SS.
Sib; As tho oldest nmonc tho ranthlpn-
tial servants of bor MmWv T mnnnf nl.
low the .anniversary to pass withont notice
which will to-morrow Imng your Royal
Highness to fall age, and thns mark nn
important epoch in yonr life.
Tha hones and intentions of thnn wl
lrres lie, liko mine, in tho past, are of little
moment, but they haTe seen much, anil
what they hairo seen snggests much for
There lies beforo your Koyal Highness
iu proaiieci uio occupation, I trnst, t a
distant date, of a throno -nhicli to mo at
least appears tue most illnstnons in tho
orId, from ita history and associations,
from its legal basis, from the weight of tho
cares it brings, from tho loyal Ioto of tho
poopie, ana irom mo nnparaiiclol oppor
tunnies gives, in x many ways and iu
so many regions, of doing good to the al
most countless numbers whom tho Al
mighty has placed beneath tho sceptre of
I ferrently desire and pray, and thero
cannot bo a more animating prayer, that
yonr Itoyal Highness may ever grow in
lujuapies oi conuuet and may bo
adomed with all the qualities which cor
respond with this great and noble Tocatioa.
And, Sir, if sovereignty has been re
liercd by our modern institutions of some
of its burdens, it still, I belieTo, remains
true that there has been no period of the
world's history at which successors to the
la on arch j could more efficaciously con
tribute to tho stability of a great historic
system, dependent even more upon lore
than upon strength, by deration to their
duties and br a bridit nuinT. in
country. This result we haTe happily
been permitted to see, and other genera
Lions will, I trust, witness it anew.
Heartily desiring that in the life of Tour
Royal Highness eTery private and perso
nal may be joined with eTcry public bless
ing, I haTe the honor to remain, Sir, your
Royal Highness's most dutiful and faith
ful servant. W. E. Gladstoxe.
H. R.H. Prince Albeit Yictob, etc.
Mr. Gladstone has received the follow
ing letter Iron Prince Albert Victor, with
permission to pnoiisn it :
SlxDAnroHix, Xosroiji, FrUlT Jan. 9,
Dear Mb. (Jladstoxi: -I wish I were
better able to answer your Terr kind let
ter, corn-eying, as it docs, not only the
best of good wishes, bnt carrying with
them reflections on the past and adrico
for the future, for which I wish to thank
yon. I assure yon the letter shall have
that attention which words from yourself
must deserre. It admirably describes
much which demands my most earnest
uiougnt on tnis, pcriiaps tno most impor
tant birthday of mv life. BelieTo me. 1
am Tcry gratefnl for your remembrance
of me this day, and that among the many
oHerings which havo reached mo I priio
nothing more than the letter yon have so
kindly written, for winch pray accept ray
most sincere thanks. I am glad to be-
lievo that your health is restored, and
trust yonr many friends will have no
canso for renewed anxiety on yonr behalf.
With my most kind remembrances to
Mrs. Gladstone, believe me, yours very
s.ncerely, . Albert ictor.
Arrival of the Iron Ships
and " Clan Grant."
Havo Kccivc(l by theso Vessels
And other Lato Arrivals,
the Following :
An Asst. of Dry Goods
CONSISTING IN PA11T OF
llorrock.s Long Cloths and othrr brands of
U hite Cottons Uublenched Cottons,
l'nnU. new styles, faxt colors :
Itleached and Itrown Cottons 8 to 10 quarter
llrcwn IJnpn Drills. Tiito Linen Duck.
Crown Cj ii vas, Hlk & Cld French Merinos, sll
Grades i Water-proof Tweeds, Orty, Blue and
A L.UIGK ASST. OF DUKSS GOODS, SILKS,
- Satins. Silk Itibbous Velvet,
Union and Cotton Listados Liu en and Cotton
Handkerchiefs bite and Colored bhlrts,
Merino Undershirts and Drawers.
Ijadies Underwcir, IJoen and Cotton Towels
au qualities anu sivies; iciona iawns
Win to Moleskin, Check Moleskin,
IraiL Lnce Edcincs and Insertions.
llrookb1 100 yds. Spool Cotton. Coates 100 yds.
nnool uottcn, licking, jtiue Lenims,
Mosquito Netting, 90 inch ;
Rubber Coats & Leggings
AU Sizes, Weights Ljoalitles and Colors
Velvet & Tapestry,
Rugs and Mats;
A FEW OF THE NEW STYLE
Filter Press Bags 22 x 36
We ruake this one of our Specialties and
hare a Foil Stock of
Sugar, Rice & Coal Bags
Which we are selling at ltottoni Trices.
.3 cfc SplyTwlne
ENGLISH, HAWAIIAN', AND
L'xlra Henvy, Assorted Widths ;
Ladies' & Gent's Saddles
A coninltte lioevhichire nroseUins
Cheaper than Ever.
Tea Kettles & Sauce Pans
AworteJ Kizes ; do Fry I'.uis
Butcher Knives, Knives & Forks,
Tin Plate, Shccl Lead,
Galvanized Water Pipe, ! to 2 in.
WHITE LEAD, various qualities;
UUlLiiU U1U, TURPENTINE
I'Kmusb.O, 7.8ninlD ft. Lengths; Gnlv.
ocrcusanti aiitrs Univ. Hidciu
Yellow Sheathing Metal, and Nails
Annealed Fence Wiro, Ft-nce Staples
Wire l'lant Guards and Arches
With Fish Vltc, Hulls sml Spike,
r-lro Clay, Flro Bricks,
Both Square and arch
Lump Rock Salt,
10 iz inca widtba
AX ASSOltTSIENT OF
Worcmtmbiro Since, Fruits, Jra,CrMra Tartar,
wurt, oicvs, chj r.ic., r.ic
HTWe lnro also Jnsl receivtj an asst. oljtl
Bleached & Brown Cottons
27 to SO inches wide ;
Fncj I'rinK Illae IHninis,
un,uu i "uunv j.cu omtu s ana
Ohildrens' Hoots and Shoea, sizes ami
Sijlpj adapted to thu matketi
A WliOE F11ESII ASSORTMENT OF
Croclerj- and Glassware, Oos, Ticks Shovels,
Plantation and Mechanics' Tools
H I' and C II T.
ONE SPLENDID PIANO.
Br.HRINSUEAD & bONS.
Gorsace'a Sosp, tiro qnalities, in boiM of 21 Ilara
ana ,.J li-irs;
Best Welsh Steam Coal
COKE. FLOOISINO TILES,
pet "Dsit or Alcrccm,"t(ira UtcipmI,
ONE MILE OF
'ortubiu Haihray Kails,
10 lb. per ytnli ami SHotb cc Uh
AND 10 LIGHT SUGAR CANE WAGONS
X B.-T.I. R.1I..T I. ..It.bl. for Anlm.HWo-.
ALvp FOR SALK
Slralsht Steel Kails, li lb., lo tie rrd
Iortl,wc,rl.I.coIHf.,r.Joho Fo!r . Co.-. nil-
. I. (all .rr.li". ' -- is
ror rqrtDerp.ru ca!ar,api!t.
W L. (IHERN. or
O. W. MACr-AKLASE VK.
AsatI J.ka Fowler A Co
0 Oxakt Srarrr. Rot Fajtrcscix Cu.
Omdacted b7QmSSd rttjlrtass and nifu il
m TrrTll Oldest HptalUI in the tmnM FtlP
nMldnMrmm trruT mm raiu!tm crua of 1
rtTah. ronln tw N nut, fnw .tffMMMni 1
the XtlfKMl. 9kla. HI4btv lXiMddcr. mptlmts 1
M 91atb.Ttaroa.t. Hons InpenoaaeaUT cored a4l
sS M WPRUn K 'J?"" l5w- StoI Decay 1 -
Weak Sronted Dewleenjet. Imp'meats to Miirtars, etc. 1
,.:: MfrMi ecsi or joithfut foUiw. or w cms, t petdflr. nl ttT tad 3J
F vn8Mlrftl-.rrd and Old DeB.infl n wfwi mVrH.1
ru Kl l ina rirrifnrrrwr5ni 014 KDTOpeaa lTljTnclvn I
IBhm, WhcnlnconraWit tortwt thrtty for trpatmrot. nilc
rn tsMtfTrry-whrtTbrrjprT-ri fr lm otwt 1 nviup
b wlf'fTMvBt lhl k pttrddAi. who kItt bte wttols attmuoa 1
H nf dlMrs ftainfrralklll.andPbnVtTMthra(iet
I tbtcoantrr.kiMwlTictliK Irpqomtly rrrnmairod dUScultraaMto I
mIt ts tnrd.
S-TIhw no mil are no nrnlmt tae IVrtw. OyrwnttirJoT3 trfxj I
I 1 i'ui rvjnitorn uni, va - u a uii uueu iao I
(slollr liratrd. The- ixx-twr wIL' fm V forfrtt 9.1 OOO for i
m nndtrukni. BolflirfiL UUlorwdtA. llonrc DbUt. tram t
TT in K SAMTa KXaTUULDK TO UKAJJU; IIIJ. aJlOTCTS 1
DR. IIEBIC'S WQXDERfUt CERHAM IKYIC0UT03
I TVrrnsnrnUy rrrrTotn:! r7.ntnri fw n from tin? rstrta J
I wf". init"rar-n uw wnw- fjtrm. mm morn (30 I
1 Rlun-MV HIJICMiaaUia.liniDm
I 'lslTllJriiirMrw IfT imiwm m
Tovrrfil ckrtrta fr lo ! sv. T mV
m rf Ik lrnium. . sW it
LlEntH DiirKM UtT, Cmt!i, S.r.CaL
NiMilrtnM V8SUMfwt.bu "-"r-?TirL j r -1 Til l rruip r un in Dii4iu.i
r ' im
INDIA RICE MILLS
107, 109 &
riiK ixiii.v nici: mills, itku l'l i
menl, anu ultn llirlr lai'Stiryl, -j' v'Fnlarj urrK. ,1
of nr litre SIHInLiitvrti. Vttr Tln.i
Mill, f ra to 71 pound t M.-trliaui .
la 3 to 8 per cent. prt r it, an tha. t
nil l' i h a'f W rkin v -Mini iinriiii t
m Mil p.Tml- f 1VM;. jnoLl'iiionuiim. i .if.:-
ami invi.MJ ir t.kam:i attiu;.m. tit.ci.( nu.i.s.
im: roi.i.oni.Mt mv in: .A.n:nt
-SiilMTlorliy of Work t I,.- San "rannevo
'tntl Nnltte lit llir j Irlil of M rrhantaMi Ktc
of HoHjnr ccnL
.trtl-ntliir lit ltntrs for llnl)iti antl Clfmnlns
-lilt I'rMtitir nml t:rii it t-- in Qnallijof
3lh lnirnrtnll nu.l t'lcunltuc" of 1'acl.JiKC'.
Gilt I.rtrrMnhlllij ovircl.
Tllt-Kiillre ITrlom fnim .MtiintrlU"
A.M Mtt-Ttin Itrllrr Itnlr a
maad over litindt'tL 0 4
rinTaJSTftiv m KniTs nv mATIitv snT.TfiTTEn
AA7 m. M. GEEEWWOOD-
General Commission Merchant and Proprietor of th
1QJ f INDIA RICE MILLS. San Tranclw CL
1 iit xi iiiiiiirii 'w 1 - w-m m-w nnn mr
.n m k ail .- r u . wu m w-z 1 1 11
w a. -aw -AXJ i
AT THE POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE OF N.
104 FORT STREET, HONOLULU,
BIGGEST BARGAINS EVER
O EC X X. U XI. 33 2XT ' SS
hull Regular SVlade Hose, All Sizb
Anil Colore, and Guai-.uitcctl to bt? worth 50 ami 7-" C cnts ic
Pair, will offer the Entire Lot at tho nniforn iriri' oi
,ejr og CEKTTfi TORTJ to a -rtt
- --- sW rfnA -
ALSO-A SPECIAL LOT OF
-At BJ A. lw3 KJUA VV .Xsfll Mm.
ejv4. vsvvi. Swwj.jx r-
At the Old Stand. No. 8 Kaahninanu Street,
TFftT flflPD fir QULUW iDnwifrn-nr,.'
1111. VVll Uil XL LMI.1I1I I 111 liS WSirtrtf.
PLUMBING, in all its bivauches;
A.itesiau Well Pipe, aU sizes;
STOVES AND RANCrXV
Uncle Haiu, Aledallton, Itichtnond, Ttp Top. ral.ier.
ttnai, ir, icroj, rcn, iioiij
ouwnor, .nacjiet, LHO
Galvanized Iron and C
Flora. May, Contest, Orand lTtas
VWKn,1)iullI: V"1-Hnm- V'vr.lt' Army BangrOInaTn,
Onceoii, Almejl. tclinse, Charfr Oik. Nimble, l5ood and tSiaSA I
nd Corr" Iloilcr. lor lUn;cm Granilo Iron Ware, lekel Ilitrd and 1"
Galvanized Iron Water Pine, all k,.. ' n.i
Lowest Rates; Oast Iron and Xead Soil Pipe,
HUIIHEIt HOSE-ALI, SIZES AND GI1ADES;
Truss us S I'lSlXSKS! iWssi
HOLLISTER , CO.
A Large Invoice of the Celebrated
" JSM.W. -mj KJrO
Ye Have Especial
Ii'orta tlao Factory.
FACILITIES for Adiustinji TRLXE
I-Iollister & Co.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts., & 59 Nuuann