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THlt WKUKI.Y tlir.0 TklllONU, II 11.0, HAWAII, TUHSDAV, MAY g, 1905.
The steamers of this line will nr-,
rive and leave this port as here-1
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Sonoma April 12
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nuuueun tun -1
Ventura May 3
Alameda May 12'
Sierra May 2.1 !
Alameila June 2
Sonoma June i.i
Alameda June 23
Ventiua July 5
Alameda July i.)
Siena July 26
Alameda August 4
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda April 26
Sierra May 2
Alameda May 17
Sonoma May 23
Alameda June 7
Ventura June 13
Alameda June 28
Sierra July 4
Alameda July 19
Sonoma July 25
Alameda August 9
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nui'-.t bo discouraging to h:io jour
minor toll you that our hair Is giny
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uhovc steamers the agents nre prepared to
Issue, to tuteuding passengers Coupon , "
Through TIckotff hy nny rnilronil
from S.in Ernncisco to nil points in the
Mulled States, and from New York hy
ntt) steamship line to nil European ports.
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Kon Lumber in small nml lnrgc quanti
ties; well seasoned.
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wanted. Repairs mnilc on nny kinil t
furniture. Prices moderate.
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will he charged to shippers unless iiccom-
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The Tcrrllorlnl Clrrull Courts Can
A Icsnl question has been raised
by Judge Miitthcwiiinn of the Cir
cuit Com t nt Ililo which involves
the legality of the tmturnlirntioii of
not less than 1000 citizens of lln
wnii. In effect, the matter of the legali
ty of almost, every man who has
been nnturrdized since annexa
tion, in the Circuit Courts of the
Territory, is made a matter of doubt
by the point raised. The United
States statutes, Section 2165, pro
vide that n man of foreign birth
seeking to become n citizen of this
country, "shall declare on oath, be-
iorc a circuit or cnsirici court ot tile
United States, or a district or Sup
reme Court of the Territory, or n
court of record of any State having
common law jurisdiction and a
cletk and seal" his intention to re
nounce his allegiance to nny foreign
prince or potentate, and nil the rest
of it in the legal verbiage.
In the selection of a jury at the
last term of the court in Kailua,
Judge Mnlthcwmnn raised the point
that there was nothing in the law
to provide for naturalization by
courts constituted as the Circuit
Courts of the Territory nre. In nil
other Territories, the Circuit Courts
are mndc up after the pattern of the
Circuit Court of the United States,
somewhat. That is to say, the
judges of the Circuit Courts, in
banc, constitute the Territorial Sup
reme Court. The Justices of the
Supreme Court, as every lawyer
and most lay Americans know, go
on circuit for a part of the year,
and sit in the districts of their sev
eral circuits with the district and
There was nothing nnalngous to
this in the Hawaiian system, al
though circuit judges arc called to
to sit in the Supreme Court in case
of the absence or temporary disqual
ification of supreme judges.
Now, there is no question that
the Territorial Supreme Court has
power to naturalize under the stat
ute in part quoted above. ' Neither,
of course, is there any question of
the power of the United States Dis
trict Court. But the United States
District Court, it is said, has ad
mitted only about 70 citizens,
whereas the Territorial Circuit
Courts, being much more conven
ient to a great many inhabitants,
have admitted about 1000 voters to
citizenship. If the contention of
Judge Matthewman holds, all of
these men have been illegally ad
mitted, have cast illegal votes at
elections in the past, and some of
them have held office illegally al
though, of course, all this has been
done innocently. One District
Magistrate, George Clark, of North
Kona, has been on the bench for
two terms, his second term just ex
piring, and yet he was naturalized
by the Territorial Circuit Court.
It is a question, of course, for
lawyers. The United States statute
upon the point having been passed
in 1802, was on the statute books
before Hawaii was thought of, and
before any Territory now existing
was organized. In this particular
feature, it has never been amended.
But it is questionable whether, even
if the law should be strictly con
strued, any thing would invalidate
acts done by men who had violated
the law innocently, acting in all
"I think you would find that
the courts have construed the nat
uralization law liberally, and rather
with a view to its intent than any
thing else," said a well known at
torney. "The decisions all run
that way. There is one even hold
ing that a city magistrate had power
to naturalize. But of course I am
not familiar enough with the cir
cumstances under which Judge Mat
thewman made his ruling to speak
upon it off-hand. In my opinion, the
intent of the law was to have nat
uralization done by courts wherein
a record of the transaction could be
preserved, and it would probably be
held that it was sufficient. The
Territorial Circuit Courts are courts
In 1900 the census showed 22,
875 Japanese in the continental
United Slates, and 61,111 in Ha
waii. On the most liberal estimate
there may possibly be 125,000 all
told now. That is about the size
of our immigration from Russia in
the last eight months. Some peo
ple would rather have the Japanese.
They nre more enterprising, better
educated and certainly cleaner.
They tnke hot baths every day,
while some of our Kuropcan immi
grants object to having their chil
dren bathed, on the ground that
they are sewed up for the winter.
Japanese nro now arriving nt San
lrancisco nt the rate of about five
hundred a mouth, and at least half
as many nre going back home.
More Russian immigrants land nt
Ullis Island in a mouth than Japan
ese at all the ports of the United
States in a year. More than once a
single ship has brought more immi
grants from eastern Europ; into
New York harbor in nn hour than
all the Japanese that have lauded at
San lfrancisco in six months. Of
course, if we were getting neatly a
quarter of n million immigrants
from Japan in n year, ns we did
from Italy in 1903, we might have
some reason for alarm. But for
some time to come we are likely to
get only driblets of Japan's surplus
population. She sent 700,000 male
emigrants to Manchuria last year,
and for many n year hereafter her
energies will be devoted to the de
velopment of the vast continent of
which she is now the chosen leader.
Collier's for April 15.
The question of Alsace is not
one dependent on national pride of
two enemies. In that case it would
be insoluble other than by an
appeal to arms. It is n question of
justice toward the violated Alsatians
and one wnicn means Ule or
death to Europe. For it will be
death to Europe if Germany and
France do not unite their efforts to
struggle against their adversaries of
the new worlds. Europe Nouvelle.
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of suffering from rheumatism for a
mouth or six weeks incurring the
expenses of a large doctor's bill,
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Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Routo to Volcano
In effect July 1, 1904.
Passenger Truius, Except Sunday.
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mr Kcaau ar
; ar... 1'ermlale., 11 r
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lv Ullo ar
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ar... Ferndale ...nr
The trains of this Company hclween
Ililo and l'uua will be ruu ns follows:
Leave Hilo Station, hy wny of Kail
road Wharf, for Olaa and Puna, upon the
arrival of the Steamship Kiuuu, running
through to Puna and ttoppiug at I'uhoa
both goiiiK and returning.
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Island subscription 2.50 a year.
lv ililo ar
ur.R. R. Wharf.ar
ur,.. Pahua ar
ar Puna lv
lv Ullo ar
nr Puna Iv
A. B. C.
In proof of this wc call attention lo the statement
below. It is an expression by an eminent authority.
It speaks for itself:
Oi'i'ieic ok Statu Analyst
CERTIFICATK OF ANALYSIS
Bkkkklky, July iH, 1904.
Dk. N. K. Fostuu,
Secretary Stale Board of Health.
I have examined sample marked "A. B. C. Beer," St.
Louis, received April, 1904, and repoit ns follows:
This nnalysis was made at the request of the "IIilhhrt
Mkkcantii.K Co.," the sample having been bought by me in
open market. The beer was in a good slate of pteservalion
and was clear nml sparkling. The chemical analysis showed
that it was froo from aclultorntion, artificial pre
servatives and impurities.
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Excursion tickets between nil polnti
are sold on Saturdays and Sunday, j;ood
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, uood for twenty
five rides between any two points, ami
thousand mile tickets nre Bold at very
D. E. METZGER,
Manupactukkks and Duai.i'.us in
Of Eoery Description.
Sulphato of Potash,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
Alaska Fish Scrap,
Muriate of l'olnsli,
Nitrate of Sorta,
I27 Market Street.
High Grade Tankage.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Indiana & Yolo Sts
Certificate of Analysis accompanies our shipments, which we guarantee
to k correct.
JR. OD. OXJARIJ,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
ORDERS FILLED AT SHORT NOTICE.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail SS. Co.
Steamers of the above line rtiuuiiiK in connection with the Cuiuulinn Pacific Rail
way Company, II. C, and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, 11. C, Honolulu,
Suva and Urisbatie, Q., are dUO at Honolulu on or about the dutes below
Prom Vancouver and Victoria B.C.
Eor Drisbaue, Q., and Sydney:
MIOWERA MAY 6
MANUKA JUNE 3
AORANGI - JULY I
MIOWERA .JULY 29
From Sydney, Brisbane (Q).
Eor Victoria and Vancouver, II. C:
MANUKA MAY 3
AORANGI MAY 31
MIOWERA JUNE 5
MOANA JULY 26
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