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House and Lots for Sale.
There is a now houso and lot
situated at KnpaUunn. Right on
tho tramways line. Tho lot is 55
foot vide by 100 foot long and
boiug rented at S120 a year; will
sell at $900 cash. A very good
investment. Thoro aro livo raoro
lots in tho samo location, which
will bo Bold at very reasonable
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Solo Agents for tho Republic of Hawaii.
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to the United States,
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Pnrrier Jouot 8.286
Vvo. Clicquot 2,378
St. Marconux 334
Ohas. Hoidsiook 355
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For Sale or to Rent.
A desirublo dwelling houso on
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Tho Hawaiian Safo Deposit
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Fort streot. Jtf
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HONOLULU, H. I., FBIDAY, JANUARY 24. 1896.
SULLIVAN KNOCKED QUI
Tim iu:at riiGiLisr mkrth
WITH 1I1S SECOND DKVEAT.
The Nwccl llcvcnco of n Illlly 'ont
WIio 11ml Endured Tinny nml
Chicago, January 4. .Tchu'L.
3nllivan has been knocked out for
the second tinio in a fair light. It
happened at La Sallo, 111., 'last
night. Sullivan and Paddy Ilynn
ifro traveling with a dramatic com
pany, another member of which
is a largo billy goat named Dan.
Sullivan had great delight in
bantering tho goat and watching
tho frantic efforts of tho latter to
resent it. John would slap Dan,
pull his whiskers and offer othor
indignities that fairly drovo his
goatship insane with rage. "When
ho could think of nothing worse,
Sully would turn Dan over on his
back, whore tho goat would Ho
holpless, his spreading horns pre
venting mm irom turning over.
Then Sullivan would spit in his
"When tho show was at La Sallo
Sullivan was seated in a dressing
room near tho stago, putting on
his shoes, when tho door opened
and Dan, who was standing near
by tied to tho wall as usual, got a
glimpse of him. Tho goat made
a piungo oihi snapped uio rope.
Before Sullivan realized that ho
was in any dangor Dan had struck
him with tho force of u trolley car,
ami tho bin fellow was knocked
'into a heap in tho corner of tho
room, bullivan triea to ribo, and
tho goat gnvo him nnothor butt, so
hard that tho big pugilibt could
not Oven call. Ho just lay on tho
floor and gaspod. A member of
the company walked in at that
moment and Dan gave hirn ono in
tho stomach that laid him com
"Sully" had by this time gained
his wind, and ho lot out a lusty
bawl that brought re-enforcements
to subduo tho goat. Sulli
van, for a timowas wild with an
ger and nothing short of tho
murdor of tho goat would satisfy
Ho finally changed his mind,
howovor, and now says that Dan
can whip any gout on earth, and
ho is ready to back him.
ItOAKll OI' KIIL'GATIOX.
Teaeliom .in the
At tho meeting of tho Board of
Education yesterday afternoon
reports woro received from tho
committees in charge of tho ro
cont examinations hold at Hilo,
Lihue, AVailuku and this city.
Tho successful applicants woro:
First Class E Farmer, Cyril
Smith, Percy Dillon and J Puller.
Second Class Chas Bosecrons,
Miss Li'inoo Ilapai, Mrs Hugh
Giuin, Goo B Schnulor, Margaret
Powers, V B Starkoy, Lawrence
Crook, llolon Kolsoy, II D Mills,
Lena llassmusson, Ann Z Hadloy,
Michaol Froitas, Blanche Homer,
Lowa Iuuwu and B Bnghtwoll.
Third Class-Mary B Wnlkor,
Susan Kokola, K Makakoa, Anna
Thronas, Mrs Koawokane, Jennie
Kammor, Joseph K Alalio, J C
Lonhait, AV A 1'ntea, r E Bay,
Mattio Itichardbon, J Do Gouvoia,
Charles II Swain, Georgo Evaliko,
D Kanowanui, Bobecca Panui,
Margaret Nape, A F Tavare. and
Alico D Ewart.
E. Farmer will receive tho gold
nrnBs presented bv A. T. Atkinson
to tho applicant obtaining tho
highest number of credits.
The remainder of tho session
was devoted to routine business.
Thoro is a difference between a
cold nnd tho grip, but you will
not roalizo it until you rocoivo tho
doctoi's bill Truth.
THE NATIVE-BORN CHINESE
I.MMM.V AUJUI)i:i TO
riipy Hnvn it Itliclit ( Limit In
Iliillfd siho AIIit lukliiir n
Trip tu Clilnn.
Judge Morrow decided recently
that f? Chinese, though a laborer.
if born in tho United Stntes, is a
citizen of tho United States, and
as such cannot loso his right to
land thoro again after leaving tho
The decision was brought about
by tho habeas corpus case of "Wong
Kim Ark, who arrived in San
Francisco last August and was
denied a landing by Collector
AViso on tho ground that he was a
Wontr Kim Ark was born in 1873
at 751 Sacramento street, in San
Francisco. Ho became a laboror.
In 1890 ho wont to China and re
turned a few months after his de
parture. Ho was allowed to land
on tho grounds that ho was native
born. In 1894 ho again wont to
Chin o and returned in Au
gust, 1895. When ho tried to land
ho was refused by Collector "Wise.
His attorneys got out a writ of
habeas corpus and had tho caso
brought boforo Judgo Morrow of
tho United States District Court.
All of tho forecoinc facts were
admitted by stipulation and the
matter was submitted. United
States District Attorney Foote
contended that as "Wong Kim Ark
was a laboror and a citizen of
China he was not entitled to land
I in tho United . States. Footo
ulaimedlhat a Chinese could not
become a citizen of thiB country,
oven though born here, under tho
Fourteenth Amendment to tho
Constitution. Neithor could ho
bo lauded ns ono of tho privileged
classes under tho exclusion act.
Thomas D. Itiordan and Froi
donrich, Naphtaly & Ackornmn
represented tho Chinoso. Thoir
claim was that tho Fourteenth
Amendment did not provont Chi
nese from becoming citizens, add
that any Chinese laborer born in
this country Was a citizen of it
nnd, therefore, entitled to go and
como ns ho choso.
Judgo Morrow ruled in favor of
tho Chinese. Ho hold that a
Chincso born in tho United States
had all tho rights of a citizen ofit.
Ho said: "A man must reside
within a State to make him a citi
zen of it, but it is only necessary
that ho should bo bom or natural
ized in tho United States to bo n
citizen of tho Union. It is my
opinion that Wong Kim Ark is n
citizen of tho United States within
tho mooning of tho citizenship
clauso of the Fourteenth Amend
ment. Ho has not forfoitcd his
right to return to this country.
His detention, thoreforo, is illegal.
Ho should bo discharged, and it is
Footo has takon an nppoal to
tho United States Supromo Court,
but Attornoy-Genoral Harmon
will decide wJiothor tho tost caso
shall bo carried to that higher
body, or whothor Judgo Moriow's
deoisiim shall bo abided by. This
is not tho first caso of the kind
and tho Supremo Court has pre
viously decided in favor of the
Thoro was groat rejoicing in
Chinatown over Judgo Morrow's
decision. At tho headquarters of
tho United Pnrlor, Native Sons of
tho Goldon State, it was learned
that tho Ohineso ostimato that
thoro aro at least 1000 native-born
Chinese in that City, and a big
voto might bo polled among thoso
of voting ago.
"Some or dose hyoro tor'blo
well-drossod young men," said
Undo Ebon, "seoms tor think dull
clothes ain' gwintor fit 'em right
oiiIobs do pockets am perpetually
empty." Washington Star.
lMlOmtAM OV KVENTH WITH I.INT
liu thn Itcxt Arirriionn'a
Yet l'uriitiiliFil liy lli
Messrs. Tom Wright and David
Crozier, tho handicappors select
ed to placo tho different contest
ants in tomorrow's races at Ka
piolani park, have completed thoir
work, and tho official program of
events with tho handicaps for each
is given bolow. Much care has
boon exercised by tho committeo
in tho matter, and tho distances
allowed seem to givo gonoral
satisfaction. It will bo announced
tomorrow that any accident in a
bieyclo raco which causos a gen
eral spill to tho dotrimont of two
or more rulois win result in tno
raco boing called off and run over
Ollicial programs aro boing
printed and will bo distributed at
the track without extra charge,
which is an innovation that will
bo popular. Tho following is
1. ONE MILE NOVICE 11ICYCXE.
G. A. Martin, Chas. Williams,
Sam. Johnson, F.Damon, P. Irish
man, B. Southgato.
2. 100 VAIIDS HANDICAP.
T. Pryco, scratch; J. Kaluiiituio
olo, scratch; O. E. Hapai, 1 yard;
H. Espindo, 1 yard; C. Holt 2
yards; J. Gumpfer, 2 yards; A.
Mitchell, 2 yards; Jas. Spencer, 3
varcis; w.Jj. uay, yarns; ,i. jj.
Hansmau, 3 yards; Y. U. (Jam
mings, 5 yards; W. Bolster, 8
3. HALF MILE BOYS BICYCLE HANDI
CAP. A. B. Giles, scratch; F., Iaukea,
4 yards; A. S. Willis, Jr., 10 yards;
J. Leal, 20 yards; H. A. Giles, 50
yards; A. itarris, 50 yards.
4. QUAllTElt MILE HANDICAP.
W. Armstrong, scratch; C. Holt,
12 j;ards; T. Price, 14 yards; H.
Espinda, 1G yards; J. Sponcof, 10
yards; A. Keoo, 18 yards; W. Si
morson, 20 yards.
5. HALE MILE BICYCLE HANDICAP.
Goo. Angus, scratch; It. A.
Doxtor, scratch; II. A. Giles, 8
yards: N. Halstead, 25 yds; W.
Chapman, 30 yds; It. Southgato,
30 yards; E. B. Borgor, 50 yards
G. RUNNING HIGH JUMP HANDICAP.
C. J. Willis, scratch; O. E. Ha
pai, scratch; C. Holt, 2 inches; J.
Sponcor, 2 inches; A. Keoo, 3
7. THBEE MINUTES CLASS BICYCLE.
W. A. Chapman, G. A. Martin,
F. Damon, b. Johnson, N. Hal
stead, D. G. Sylvester, P. Disu
nion, T. V. King.
8. 220 YAltDS HANDICAP.
C. Holt, scratch; J. Knlnuiann
olo, scratch; T. Pryco, 1 yard; C.
E. Hapai, 2 yards; II. Espinda,
4 yaids; A. Keoo, 5 yards; W.
Simerson, 7 yards.
9. HALT MILE HANDICAP.
B. F. Beardmore, scratch; A.
Keoo, 10 yards; W. Chamberlain,
scratch; G. Clark, 15 yards; A.
Mitchell, 15 yards; M. Androdo,
10. ONE MILE BICYCLE HANDICAP.
Goo. Annus, scratch; B. A. Dox
tor, 5 yards; D. Sylvester, 10 yards;
H. A. Giles, 22 yards; W. Chap
man, 50 yaids; T. V. lung, oU
iards; P. Lishman, G7 yards; F.
(anion, G7 yards; It. Southgato,
G7 yards; G. Martin, 90 yards; S.
Johnson, 100 yards; F. Iaukea,
11. -120 YAIIDH HUIIDLE HANDICAP.
C. E. Hapai, scrntch; Jas. Spon
cor, G yds; A. Keoo, G yds; J.
Hansman, G yds; II. Hapai, G
12. BUNNINO BUOAD JUMP HANDICAP.
C. E. Hapai, scratch; 0. J. Wil
lis 5 inches; P. Glcnsou 10 inches;
W. Cummings, 10 in.
12. ONE MILE NOVELTY BICYCLE HACK
It. A. Dexter. II. A. Giles, Goo
Angus, D, G. Sylvester, P. Lish
man, It. Southgato, W. A. Chap
man. 13. ONE MILE HANDICAP.
W. Chamberlain, scratch; G.
Clark, 25 yards: B. F. Beardmore,
5 yards; A. Keoo, 15 yards; W.
Armstrong, 7 yards; A Mitchell,
25 yards: I). Ivamahu, 30 yards;
C. Bosu. iio yards; H. Eflpiiidn,.3!
yards; M. Aiulrade, 35 yards.
14. THHEE MILE LAP BICYCLE
Geo. Angus, 11. A. Giles, B. A.
Doxtor, D. G. Sylvester, N. Hal
stead, P. Lishmau.
15. HALE MILE MATCH HOUSE BACK.
W. H. Cornwoll's "Billy C.;"
C. David's "Confederate."
10. PUTTING 10 LB. SHOT HANDI
CAP. Jas. Spencer, scratch: W. Cham
berlain. 5 ft.: J. Knlaniuuaole, 5
ft; C. Holt, 5 ft.; H. C. Vidu, 7 ft.;
T. Pryco, 8 ft.
17. SECOND HEAT HALE MILE
MATCH HOUSE ItACE.
W. II. Cornwoll's "Billy C.;" O.
18. P.INCl TOUP.NA.MKNT.
W. T. Schmidt, C. K. Hyde,
Palmer Parker, II. A. Wrildor, C.
("This is open till time of ovont.)
19. HALF MILE 8CBUB HOUSE BACE.
J. Fiorra, Palmer Pnrkor, C.
Rice, W. Armstrong, E. B. Bor-
("This is opon till time of oveut.
S1.00 entranco foe.
CI.UII SrAUM.S LITIGATION.
Want to Brlnjr
J. W. McDonald, Margaret
Moorhoad and Ah Hiu filed a
motion in equity on Thursday
against tho Club Stables Co. and
Cecil Brown, receivor,for an ordor
to grant them leave to file a peti
tion to have the said company de
clared a bankrupt. A. G. M.
Bobertson is attornoy for tho peti
tion. The receiver by his nttoruoys,
Hnrtwoll, Thurston & Stanley,
filed an answer, giving as reasons
why the motion should not bo
grantod tho following: Tho Cali
fornia Feed Co., u creditor to
about SG000, and W. E. Foster, a
creditor to about S1200 and tho
owner of about 28S shares of tho
ontiro stock of 250 shares, had
agreed witn tno receiver lor a
sale of the assets, and tho receiver
believes that tho other stockhold
ers would also agree to such sale;
and tho recoivor has reason to bo
liovo that within a few days ho
will obtain a purchaser forsuch
assots at a price that will satisfy
all tho outstanding obligations of
tho company. Whoroforo ho
believes that bankruptcy pro
ceedings would bo greatly
to tho dotrimont of all
tho creditors, and result in inju
rious delays to all concerned, ter
minating in a forced public salo of
benefit to no ono but tho intend
ing purchaser, nnd frustrating tho
very object of tho appointment of
Judge Carter heard tho motion
this morning and granted a con
tinuance for ton days.
JlllllC.I IIIcUci'tlMl'k Will.
Tho Into Justico Bickorlon's
will was admitted to probato bo
foro Judgo Cortor today, and Mrs.
Frances Tasmania Bickerlon,
widow of decedent, appointed oxo
cutrix without bond. Tho estnto
is valued at S29,023, of which $14,
835 is ropresontod by real estate
All of tho estate, after paying just
debts and funeral expenses, coos
to Mrs. Bickorton for life, after
ward to bo equally divided be
tween docedont's four children.
Minister Cooper appeared for the
petition; no ono to contest.
S'lbt-pphp f.r " EvKM.No Hul- '''jujfim
i.ETIN, 75 cents i r month. ufgjB