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PAGES. amy jttlt ( m. XXXV. HONOLULU. HAWAII TKRJUTORY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 190a. PROFESSIONAL CAKPB. ABCrllTECTS oiiftc cilg CBfslL rnivb ARE NOW . w a piir Ar I 1 1 WEAK KIDNEYS warn have Mint in the bMk and ay enable 10 sleep, yoor kKwi ere KMk. Heed then -larger .ignal. by ir nfttarr the aid .he require, to - a & . . - . . -' - BSDMMSe VD no I nis n m h Bitters Try It for IsfDIOBft DT9PEPSIA. COWmPATlOW. . A VP K IDMET TROOBLBB. tfTAMP to over the neck of Ike bottle. . HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS They Can't Stand Everything TMN fired yea of your, win .tend lt of ilMI. yel there H & limit to the prntUmta and their power. Too v worry Joe for qoJt a while, hwt there wfll coon a time wha yo) win regret yoor preeenl IndlffeT- Cemo to 00 We will pot yoo right and yoor epeo at eooe. mod that at mod erate coot. A. N. Sanford, MMufsflturlni Optician. Building. rorx 3irw ver May Co. "1 SAFE THING TO TIE TO" A Wrought Iron Hitching Poo. For rale by J. C. Axtell. 393 Beretania Street Phono Bine 671. P. O. Box 642 ustone ElgitJ WATCHES DURABLE mo ACCURATE Tk KeyMooe Watch Catt Co. ,BK 7 - - America Largest . niriet and Th Principal Watch Dealers in Hawaiian Islands Order from J. L. Goeas Queen Taota. Hams and Bacons Heinx Bebfeh Heinx s Jam Ileuw 8e-t Pickles - uffed 01ie Pirn Olas OhY M, tii as w Cat-op. iei. - . 1 7 It oW" .I 'ally roguiaieo.. rrr her cu o. iiy; Ctreular "JZZZ NO DI5W,CTI-C - '1 gst. 1 m Tuff fir ifii NEWS BY A Brief Budget of In teresting War Items. Awnnv June 5. The Tim" Pre- ae-v-s ' w- torla correspondent hay. the raolu ttoo of the Vereenlglng Conference au thorising the signing or tne ifrra. .-.rt,r declared that Britain's In sistence not to negotiate further but to - Mm a loses t sj ir w i - -i.. and also the reduced number of Boers la the Held, with tne, im.,.ibiltir f K'ttlns; back th P""-i . . i..i...n,1. m - The lln-iuisnmeni I . . i nnriwnif i were or Tltno ,nr " . ' prlved of all Justification by the Boer I who recorded In the clearest 1 " ..a Ws lhlr s4sh ' their recoanltlon that their de- f.-il a a ni r " lr" A I . 1 I Hill I SONOMA l.iNIM.N. Jur.r ...... .. " w MmmimUnl for lh". purpose or orini rnmmando. ...tered -..n.mandant Toucbe has surrendereJ la Cape Colony. , ftltf flM flrJ AW" woww - - Kitchener's speech at Vereenlalnii. me- V.iedeed that the conduct of the . k k. L honorable and ener- Rritiah nan oeen n" , " ,ney would have " . . vw m n mi r.o erred Kruegwr or Steyn. Commandant m 7. western Cape districts, eeoer; a inc the rebels to fSE OF THE St lirw - MM" of the Excnequer ! "NIH? J7h ro'n, J a Ihr S'SiTtTS PM.ent and at eecornpaae eoch mmn rrender.-d tributes the apparent cure to Its use. HC!l UttsM Common. that,crn( ano men of the Imperial force, in ow If lr " , ,m , devote the . . lnHud ,h.- colonies USlS .u. -f ten .ndt a half mil Ion. to me ? ao of the' inking fund ano - M here- from Pretoria .how that J 1 Hill debt. ParM.rrnt wou.o pro(rrra.,n(t favorably In the various SS be ashed to aai II ttlja "algg anJ ltu,tlon to , every I.n to coverthr ro., or rem- t aail.f.ctory. the conveioton of the n, ' ira, at a Brltl.h peace dinner at deb. -od the V 'ovl oV The ,!rnT.n,eln. t..ed Mr Chamberlain JSoZ hl wa. read a third time . ... . ,n ,,.VI-.N 1 " , .n ' . . ... i.titet. in deifenee f Britain aw.. P-Trj- ha. resulted In a pro.- ,he Kdinourgo . ' c,v,iun rS-, " eivlllan r: .He movement l rn.- I M.v uoe .-!utenant ttuth- Hawaiian EngiDceiing and ConstriictioD eoar AST-Boom- 508 50 Stangeawald Bldg. EQljjMri aid Contractors Pkoca Main 50. Box ssr. The Pacific Hotel 11S2 Vnlon Pacific tiuo. vm moeauito- N farni' . cold metric iiaw-j. --i. H O0 oeat'ltar. Flret e - " kN v proprietor. AS THEY TWENTY YEAR3 FROM NOW 1 FPROW IS CURED BY THE USE OF CHAULMOOUKA UIL S T. LOUIS. June 2. Dons; Gong, a Chinese leper, who for nine has oecuDlfd an Isolation - ' - - ' h nunmntlnc station on . . - the outeklrte of this city. Is recovering from hie malady. Hardly a trace now remains of the symptoms which last summer led more than two hundred St. Louis medical men to the unanimous conclusion that Don Gome was a victim of leprosy. Discoloration has disappeared from the patient's face and limbs, and feel inn has returned to the spots of flesh which were Insensible to the pricking; of pins or the touch of hot irons. lr M.irtin ' W. lrurr. fuH-nim-nu- . . i ,.t ! ..i rtu.v.ntin who has charsje of rut ws sj thai if th patient con- 0 ,mpn,Ve t the present rate Knitin him will remain nl""i. . . Ckaulm'-Kra oil. tne proouct ... mm . . u A Kat Indian tree, nan own " " lfraimt.nl artmnist.-red fcs InK Brtd. f ro(n f mlr Bna a liberal diet . m i- t ..... or nee ana pur Dr. WMKlruff commenced the rhitui- ... .r. ..it irMimmt immediately after rlnn,rn(.nR with Ave drops or on a day. Dr. Wodruff Increased his uay. o fony uf aMy drop ' lhree times a day. It was heroic treat- II 'III. s ew -w dnJt WM partly avoided by the uf cap.uw. m administering ; the oil n apM.arance .haulmooara oil Is like I " m - ,i -. it aulmoogr oil Is like ft In a cool place It .11.11. .nil 11 ir n became. bard a. a candle. To ., I sjlsjsja of the searonn nm.. .. - ' eldest son of Hlr Thomas .nermn. eldest mm i c. . 1 T .1 i .-ti..n at Krederlckst Hit v. .1 1. 1 i ' - 1 ' - on the 'h ult . two days before peace as signed LONDON. June 6. Parliament s res olution of thanks is appuea iu m . t.j.i r.iri-M lr B- Indn. June 6.-4 mca. - .101 HI ! I - Three commandos near Heidelberg mm ..J ..ihrni elsewhere, beg- hk AA T f 1 V iteitl.h authorities 10 give on annual. . . ad the I , tnem Urlelgh , .. . - . . .w . t. .1 tn tieciareu would have been compelled to knee! and sue for peace, as they were with out food. home, or ammunition. Ki:M THK OLNIKS WKLLINQTON. June 5 -The aetlna . . is. r..ltowlnar cable to I'eemier n ". the King, through the Oovernor. on the 2nd ln.t-: nM..n.nl and twol.ie of I ne .... - . a .fifullv d.-slre to tender . .1 ki.mhlii and . . .i,.i.tiAr on the occasion nearly ..o of the ending of the war In South At- The Oovernor received the following reply, dated June a. HI Majesty and His M.jerty'. Oov- MMiMt hav. iflcatlon your t veylnr the co Zealand on the Chamberlain. THK i of June 2. row5-atl-ms of New itlon of the war. il 'i V T 1 - - . v be administered as medicine It has to be melted In hot water. . . a a k. uuiiilo nr The oil is tne prouuci oi me v.. the tree known as gynocardata odora ta. which has no counterpart among American trees. When the Chinese was first taken to quarantine, after a three weeks con-tuit-meni In the old City Hail. Dr. LouU Knapp was his attendant. Dr. Knapp left a wife and family to take charge of the iatient. In hope that he might discover a cure for the disease. He was eiven n.i opportunity t experiment, as Dr. Woodruff promptly took charge of the case and commenced the oil cure. The volunteer nurse became lonely and discouraged, and resigned after four months. A veteran smallpox nurse was assigned to take his place. Dong's appetite was poor when he was first taken to his hillside home, but fresh air and exercise gave him a ca pacity for an amount of food twice as gn.-ii an uiu i ruirn j man. aifd the quantity of rice and pork required to appease his hunger has been prilglous. . The patient Is not a beef eater and will not touch vegetables or farinace ous food other than his beloved rite. o that his commissary hns had an easy task, except In convincing the city supply department that one man couia eat as much food as the patients monthly requisition showed. The popular belief that leprosy has never been cured Is disputed by s.,tne high authorities." said Dr. Woodruff. "At least two cures by the use or chaulmoogra oil are on record. DR Robert Llvelng. who treated frt cases of leprosy In England, reported two who recovered after taking the oil .. ...i. one of the patients Uvea rour, I years after his recovery without sn CUT iwrsirniij. ne or me pnn' .... . . i V. . 1 1 uhnlV- , a trace ..f the disease. voe. which will be hred in wrm.. port, all round the world. The Maharajah of Jaipur has bought 200.000 worth of Jewels. The Maharajah Slndhta of Gwallor laid a wreath on Victoria's tomb. SEISMIC ACTIVITY. LONDON. June 5. Borchgfevinck. the Antarctic explorer, claims that he . .i..t;i it Martinique ena- i 1 1 7 '.i ....' . - ... t ..... .. c bltng him to roretell vouanic nuyu- a. - - m aaam In Volcanic dust nas o-en a-to land. .. . . . . w.. ... i .. nu r. A sliaht earth- . . -- ouake shock has been felt In Cornwall. . a . . .1 ,.lninik At LONIXJ. June a '""' wu'"'- n . ,w , ... ..i .n ... i-ruMftl su'l- I..1KU. Oil l"r --. . denly. overwhelming the flocks grazing a a. a a In the neignoornoou. SHIP COMBINE. LONDON. June . The Cunard com bine In order to secure the fastest ser vice.. Include the Beaver. Wilson. Fur ne. and Elder-Dempster lines and others. THE PARDON OF THE GOVERNOR e.- a. uvi editorially: There has ten considerable comment by several i .-.i mall, us and partly in advertent upon the pardoning of Ed itor Smith by the Governor A cam Mrfcm is made with the case of oi , ano Marsh ill. but ..f -urse the cane are not parallel. Marshall was tried . . hr ji in nr. for libel iinii waww - - - Smith iv is sentenced by a Judge with out trial by jury: he was rnoreover MBlMMd fr constructive contempt, an offense which had been w ped off an 'in" . .. u, . ,.. t-eislature. 1 - :" - . . . ' TV i ir.un C urt Cnoye m o r...., at nt into the! i ne oupi cine . c- i law of the -matter, except Justice Perry. whose view was mai me juugn . . Circuit Court were in error. . i I The organic act conrers upon me Governor the pardoning power. It has heen elven him to use .when in his judgment It should be used. Every Governor on the mainland uses this ! prerogative. It should oe specially 1 tlced that the ground of the Governor s pardon was not that the judge had no ... r..r instructive con- tliuvri. . " " o - - . . . I . 1 9 I Igllt fc m"11" w w I tempt a rignt wnicn a iarKe the bar challenges-but that the sen- tence was excessive and one which many r-ople regarded as vindictive Ttn- Ciiivernor was iiune uinn " - prerogative, and was carrying out tne manifest Intention of the organic act hi h conferred upon him this particu- lar power, when he pardoned because that tne seninicc that th sentence was excessive. At some future time the very people who are now denouncing the Governor may be desirous of sav ing some person, in whom they are in terested, from a manifestly excessive sentence, and will be urging the Gov ernor to use the prerogative which the organic act provides him with. As was put forward in these columns some time ago. the world will become more sensible and will not allow the accuser and the judge who pronounces . a , I . . . .Ml.' Tl'-V- lie il'liaiucivu - seiitence w oe "e son. The theory Is. of course, that It is not the Judge that Is Insulted, but the ...1.U1. la ini':.' ; HOW COI1- 1.1IICV T. it 11. r 1 c structlve contempt can Insult the office is not clear. Judges, as well as others, are open to criticism. They get plenty of criticism on the mainland, and they must learn that this is a free commu nity and intends to criticise as freely as on the mainland, if the Judges ex ceed their plain prerogatives, and seek to usurp others, or to show vindlctive ness. This is the constitutional right of the press. M. R. COUNTER Jeweler and Silversmith. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Fine ABseortment of Hawaiian Jewelry.. Fort Street, Love B'ldg. NeTcrritory Restaurant iltTf IWUIIUIJ JUST OPtNtU fN THE NEW BB1LDIKO OPPOSITE CTJUAi aXAJtjaaf ueAfta IS. TJIcketa, M M Flrecn. SZND FOR FREE II Jft. H.LO.TSTtO Ic?, ctalouc or JO.coo, or ou.litt V I ''ttB i. mm & co. ira 018-022 MARKET ST. J 9 a rNCisco. cl AJ l Builders. Office. 2d toor. K . hr AtnM AMI lug, Hotel kfwl ii fnrnlQriaa Ski reel eiiiim ire tlce; Tel. 22; P O. bcxT72 ATTORNEYS. THOMAS FITCH.-Offlcw wald ounaing. miiK"-. practice in all the court.. T HATER HEMENWAT e and 604 stanscmaiu - phone "9S Main. TtllOKKHS. E J. WALKER. Coffee Broker . mgk- est prices pam ior 10. Coffee. Send samples. L ,c r-ninnPOni8T. D M. THOMSON. Expert Chlropodtiit lJ- M . . t n n t 1,. !Wf,Mi Union No. 11 iiaruru .f..."-. and Beretania streets. DR. W. R. Ore block. Hotel ana umuu rnvTBAClOKS. WM. T. PATY.-Contractor aofl BuilJ- er. store ana am "- JT Hotel: kea St.. between King ros.. 1641 Anapuni. DENTISTS. BICKNELL -Mclntyre 2 and 14; office hours, t fQ DR. H. rooms ALBERT ECLARK, Ilia ana Miner, t E. GROSSMAN. D.D.S. Alakea IIL, ihre doors above Masonic Tejnpto. Honolulu; office hours. a.m.tolP-m. 1 t TXT A T.T. DR. A. C. WALU ""-v.- zriZee Office hours, a. m. r- bldg.. Fort St.: Tel. 434. TVcTiMrAT, ENGINKKRB. I JAS. S. McKEE.-Electrlcal Mechanjj- al and consuiung ''",'"vit " rooms U and 12. Progress block. cfsiniNPFUS. ARTHUR C. iAlfDtt-jOT or ana mngiuci. - - O. box 722. JATTON. NBILL St CO. LTD-tagl-neers. Electricians and Boilermakers, Honolulu. . . a TAPPAN T ANN ATT. ClyU aao Eiectrlcai mngineei. . Spreckels block. Residence, lass tu . . ... i , ,,u , Main Xmm. - TAYLOR, M. Am. Boo. C. JAMES T . T' .. imelneer: jJWm Juqo P1U- - ENQRAVERS. TZ Car& Engravlag and W. BEAKBANECard Engraviag Stamping; room 3, ne i . iwiiANCE f , TMBimANCB :HB) MUTUAL " oSS anlaL. i Honolulu. 10. , - m JT't Te hlda c00K S MUSIC SCHOOL.-Love - will noid summer term auring J"o mtm A. BftJsS PHYSICIANS. it. W HOFFMANN. Beretania BU opposite Hawaiian Hotel Hour. 11 a. m.: 1 to 2. and 1 to 8 P Phone White 48L . DR. T. MITAMURA.-Office H6 Nuu anu St.; residence next door Tel. . ... ,--. ..;.. Vinnrs I to 19 a. m., and 6 ;o 8 p. m.. exespt Sundays. . km - n flur. DR. J. UCHIDA.-ro h r geon; ofllce. aerewiiw. -and Nuuanu streets; office ra, to 12 a. m.. 7 to 8 p. m.; TeL 12U White. NOTICE. PERSONS needlng.or knowing who do neea. pro.rcuv.. ral or moral Injury, which they are not able to obtain for theme lyes, may consult the Legal APtoe0 Committee of the , A"tl-Saloo. League. 9 Mclntyre building. W. H. RICE, Supt. 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"Hawaii Slr npo Sha .mVi1 ghinpo. the only dally Japanese paper lne omce. xue e""-- - Sfclnpo. the only dally Japanese paper published In the Territory of HawaiL C. SHM '-A w A. rruwiiciwr. T. SOGA. Editor. Editorial and Printiag OfflcOjJ030 Smith St.. above King. P. . BdtT907. Telephone Male 17. . r o . S Of . 5 Of . 1 Of 66 CO i Hawaii