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THE WRIT IS DISMISSED
Niii'itnu: court decline to
iiklkash im: japamwe.
Unniiliiinus Opinion lCrtutcrnl Hint
Hie Dcctoloii of Ilia Iniiecllnit
Offlcer In Final.
At 10 o'clock this morning thoro
wrfs a largo attendance in tho
Supiome CotuVroom, p hear tho
promised decision of tho Court on
a crucial point o tho Japanese
habeas corpus oaso. As previous
ly reported, the question takon
undor deliberation, in a half day's
recess, was- whether tho Court
could review tho decision of tho
Collector General, which rofusod
two ditTerout classes of intending
Japanoso immigrants to enter
this Ropublio. Among othors
ptesent wore Judges Carter and
l'orry of tho Circuit Court, Mar
shal A. M. Brown and many mem
bers of tho bar besidos counsel
engaged iu the cases, also Mr.
Shiinamura, Cousul Geuoral of
Japan, who has watched tho hear
It was 10 minutos past tho hour
when Chief Justice Judtl and As
sociate Justices Frear and Whiting
entored and Bailiff McGuin pro
claimed the Supreme Court in
session. When the Court waB
seated tho Chief Justice nuuounc
ed that the Couit had arrived at a
decision, and proceeded to read
tho document. The line of roa
sou in y tnkon to reach the conulu
sion is faintly skotohod below.
Tho petition is not sworn to by
tho Japanoso in whose behalf tho
writ of habeas corpus is sought.
It is sworn to by Mr. Bullou, at
torney, and he should have signed
tho petition. Undor tho common
law a stranger has no standing iu
tho couits of a country in which
ho is not residing. Tho Court
will not consider that objection,
however, as tho presumption is
that the people iu question are
prevented from engaging counsel,
or from preferring a complaint,
and that thoro is at least a cuspi
cion that they are being unlawful
ly restrained of their liberty.
There, is no questiou rained that
tho statute undor which tho Col
lector General refuses admission
to these people is contrary to the
terms of tho treaty with Japau,
thoir own country. Tho sfatutois
a copy of the United Stalos law
on tho samo subject. Iu that
country it has been decided by
tho courts that tho decisions of
oflicers empowered by Congress
to oct are "due process of law."
Such decibious a'ru not subject to
review except by the Superinten
dent of Immigration, from whom
an appeal can bo taken to tho
Secretary of tho Treasury. Tho
question is raised: If alieus are
restrained from entering the coun
try, by a wrong interpretation of
tho law by oxecutivo oflicers, can
not tho courts inquire into tho
spooiflo grounds of such
restraint ? The answer of tho
United States courts is that if it
was competent for tho courts to
do so, every alien rejected by the
immigration authorities might bo
brought into court and this would
catiRO endless trouble to tho
authorities. Besides, an ap
nea! to tho courts, if not
first submitted to tho Secretary
of tho Froasury, would bo of no
Tho action of tho Deputy Col
lector Gonoral is not judicial but
executive. It is claimed that tho
deoiBion of tho Deputy Collector
General, who was tho inspecting
ofllcor in this case, is not binding
bocauso it was not communicated
to tho petitioners and therefore
could not bo appoaled from. To
this tho Court roplies that tho ob
jection is not valid, as, for any
thing tho Court knows, tho deci
sion may havo been communicated
to them boforoitbis timo. "Wo
aro of opiniou," tho Court con
cludes, "that tho dooision of tho
Deputy Colleotor Gonoral cannot
bo inquired into by this Court."
Mr. Kiuney, inquiringly, pro
suuied that this decision covered
tho other case at bar.
Chief .Tustico Judtl answored
that tho principle involved was
the same in both cases.
Mr. Cooper moved that tho peti
tion bo dismissed and tho peti
tioners remanded to tho custody
of tho Collector General.
Tho Chiof Justice granted tho
motion and mado order in accord
Justice Whiting spoko of tho
large number of names in tho pe
tition. Ho had gravo doubts if a
wiit could include so many per
sons. Tho proper way, whore so
many persons woro affected, would
be to select ono porson for making
a test case.
Tin: irons: niioiv.
Better Scntlus Arranccmcuti
Tided Vnut Nlcht.
Tho ontertaiumont presented at
Professor Bristol's pavilion last
night proved a sourco of nnalloyi
ed ploasuro to an appreciative
audience. By a now arrangement
of soats, thoso in tho roar being
elevated, an unobstructed view of
tho stage and cquino porformors
was effected and ample seating
Tho exhibition may bo truly
characterized as wonderful and
offers to tho psychologist mottor
for interesting speculation. To
properly express tho relation
shown to oxist betwoon the Pro
fessor and his pupils, it seems
almost necessary to uso the ex
pression "on rapport," iu many
lustmces the thorough under
standing present making PvHout
a medium of communication ex
traordinary. Had thero been
shown tho marked sagacity of but
ono or two horses, wonder and
thought would havo still been
aroused, but when a stngeful of
intelligent animnls severally mid
collectively give proof, ono could
almost say, of reflection-, the
mind, as is usual in the presonce
of tho familiar, passes from the
questioning attitude to that of de
light and enjoyment Subsequent
analysis, however, brings out with
greater clearness the special skill
of Professor Bristol and tho
striking intelligence of his frolic
jny NiitEi niNtwsr.
Spraying ly Dm Mouth In Cliluote
, I.ntliitlrlC' tlimilil Nlop.
Tho Health. Fiuauee and Judi
ciary committees of tho San Fran
cisco Hoard of Supervisors havo do
cidod to recommend the passagoof
an oidiuance prevonting the spray
iug of clothes iu laundries with w tt
er taken into the mouth. Tho com
mitteoisof thoopinioti that tho pas
sago of suoh an ordinance will put a
stop to tho practise whictli prevai s
iu Chinese lauudiies. Tho uiPtn
bers of the Board of Health bo
lieve that disease fan bo spread
It might be a good idea for the
local Hoard of Health to loolcinto
this samo piaetiso hero ami if pos
siblo put an end to it Cholera
gorms could easily be disseminated
by this disgusting method of
At Mitlii'C Iliiud.
A moonlight concert will be
given by tho govommont band at
Makco Island this ovoniug, com
mencing nt 7:30 Following is tbo
Overture Festival Bach
Ol and March Kamehamohn Hi rut r
Ectio Pieco On tho Alp Ihrlurih
Selection Mailtana WalUce
Selection-Irish Melodies O'Grady
Echo Quartet Tburunulaa Forest,. .Klulcr
Waltz -the Nightingale Z Her
March Irwin., ,, Uerijcx
Printed ducks aro just as good,
if not bettor than anything else
for boyB' shirt waists, Thoy wash
and wear well, two vory important
considerations, Kerr has them in
a largo varioty of patterns atoight
yards for ouo dollar.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
I'M) OK 111 IN ION lltOJf WDIIKS
I'rck'i Inlifi on ItHlluxy Outlitnrd
l'l-orrvdliiKx Itrlure tlio
In tho action for damages of A.
Feok agaiuBt tho Oahu Bail way
fe LaiidCompauy for damages, n
decision has been rondored by
Judgo P,erry, sustaining tho de
murrer of tho defoudont. Tho
suit was based on an agreement of
dofendaut to delivor to plaintiff
its bonds of the faco vnluo of
$7000, of such issue as may bo
made upon tho extension of do
fondaut's railway boyoud Waia
nao. It was claimed by plaintiff
that moro than a reasonable timo
had elapsed for defendant to ox
tend tho lailway. Tho Court does
not find that tho agreoraont was a
contract by tho dofendaut to extend
tho railway "within u reasonable
time" or at all, and sustains tho
demurrer bocauso tho happening
of tho contingency was not averred
in the declaration. Decisions of
tho Supremo Court nro cited to
show that paities must be-hold to
their areomonts. Kiunoy &
Ballou for plaintiff; Lylo A.
Dickey for defendant.
Judgo Carter yesterday granted
an order of discharge of Win. F.
Allen and Wm.O. Smith, receivers
of the Onion lion Works. Cred
itors had waived uotico of filing
tho application and thoir consent
to tho discharge Tho petition
Bhowed that all of tho mortgaged
proporty of tho oompany was sold
at auction on March 19, 1892, by
order -of tho Supreme Court, tho
samo being purchased by Bishop
& Co. ana others, as holders of
first mortgage bonds owing by
the company, for tho sum of $G2,-
000. That sum was insufficient to
.pay tho Beourod debts of tho com
pany, and, aftor payment of all
adm'uistration expetises incurred
by tho recoivors, 833 47 was paid
tho holders of mortgage bonds.
After Judgo Perty had refused
to grant alimony in tho divorce
case of Guilhormiim Arayal vs.
J. J. Arayal, couusol for libollant
was giantod leave to discontinue
tho case. Correa for libollant;
Dickey for libelleo.
In the Supremo Court, aftor tho
habeas corpus decision elsewhere
reported, tho busiuess has boon as
Wildor Steamship Co. vs. Brig
antiuo Lurlino. Submitted on
briefs. Kinney Si Ballou for
libollant, who appoaled from the
First Circuit Court; Hartwoll for
J. F. Hnckfeld vs. Ministor of
Interior. Appeal of plaintiff from
Circuit Court's refusal of writ of
mandamus to issuo charter ofJOa
hu Sugar Co. Argued aud sub
mitted. Kiuney & Ballou for
plaiutiff; H. E. Cooper, Attorney
General ad interim, for defendant.
W. 0. Peacock & Co. vs. Col
lector General of Customs. Ex
ceptions fiom Fust Circuit Com I
by plaintiff. Kiuney & Ballou
for plaintiff; E. P. Dole, Deputy
Attorney Geuoral, for defendant.
Thero aro two reasons why
people aro now paying car faro
all tho way from Waikiki to tho
Palama Grocery and back. Roason
1. It is tho only plaoo on tho
Ihlauds whoro tho colebrated Sal
vation Army tea is sold. Reason
2. Aftor paying car faro both
ways patrons fiud thoy aro money
iu pocket by doaling at this "livo
ana let live" establishment. Wo
also delivor goods betwoon Dia
mond Head aud Moanalua frco.
Opposito Bailway dopot, Kiug
street. Tel. 7G5.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular IIouso, 151 Fort
from S1.00 per wook up,
WATER SUPPLY ASSURED
l'MMV I.N Till! M MV1U
Onliii I'lniitntlmi Stockholder Arc
Jubilant Over Ihr Illg Strike
ol Artcalnii Water.
James McCandless, who cauio
up from tho Oahu plantation this
morning, brings nowB that has
caused tho holdora of stock in tho
now Oahu Sugar Company to
woar a broad smilo all tho morn
ing. Ho anuouncos that a big
How of water has boen struck at a
dopth of 374 foot in tho now arte
sian well ho is boring for tho com
pany in Waipio gulch.
It will bo remombored that a
fow days sinco a small body of
wator was encountered in this
woll at a dopth of about 300 feet. It
was decided, however, to continue
boring in tho hopes of tapping a
larger body. This has beon done,
and tho How now oxcoeds tho
wildest expectations, the water
rising to within fourteen foot of
Tho water now flowing from tho
woll is puio, clem and sweet,
thoro being not tho slightest
tingo of braokishnesB to be de
tected. Tho placo whoro this woll has
boon bored is about a mile abov,o
the road. It was tried as an ox
pertinent. Had wator not beon
found it would havo beon neces
sary to havo borod wolls Jjolow
tho roadiud pumpod tho water to
tho present location. Tho abund
ant How of wator now secured
means much to tho now company
in tho saving of expendituro for
pipes and pumping maohinory.
l'OMCK OOUHT MATTERS.
Vun llonir Take thti I'our Alan'a Onlh
Ilpfore Urn DUIrlet Judge.
In tbo polico court this morn
ing Judges Wilcox and do la
Veiguo occupied the bench long
enough to hear tho application of
Yuu Hong for dischargo under
tho provisions of Chaptor 26 of
tho laws of 1870. Tho dofondant
Bhowed that ho had served out a
souteuco of a year aud had served
an additional period to tho amount
of the costs iu bis caso. He had
no means whatever of paying tho
lino of $500 imposed on him iu
additiou to his souteuco. This
showing not boiug disputed by
the prosecuting officers, tho court
granted the application aud order
ed tho man discharged.
J. Hiinley pleaded guilty of
habitual tiuancy and his sentouco
H. Paihinui, arrested yesterday
on suspicion of robbing Auita
Peny, a Peruvian woman, plead
ed guilty of tho offeuso whou ar
raigned this morning. His sen
tonoo was suspended, but his
chances for a term on tho leef are
moro thau good, as ho is nu old
Ouo Chinaman was fined 50 ou
a plea of guilty of opitim in pos
session and two others 825 eaoh
for chofa gambling.
Ah Kum and Ah Kit, two moro
chefa gamblors, stood trial. Thoy
were fouud guilty aud fined $30
uud $35 respectively.
vm m m
Somcouo has shot throo valua
ble pigeons belonging to Carl, son
of Julius Hoting, on or about that
gentleman's own premises ou
Kiug streot. Ono was a tumbler
and two wero fnntails, tho birds
having beon imported nt a cost of
about $60 oaoh. Thoy wero great
ly admired for thoir beauty. Mr,
Hoting offers a roward of $25 for
tho detection of tho porson who
committed tho outrage.
Thoro is to bo a boat raco be
twoon two crows of tho Myrtlo
Club within a month from now,
tho "kids" aud tho "champions."
QUEEN OLGA OF GREECE
A Ill'SSIAN 1'ltlNCI.HN WHO IIPI'II
the nrssiAN tiiiionk.
LotpiI hy the )rcrlc for Itlaiij Vir
tue Dovotex much ol llerTlme
tot'liarll) mid Ediirallnu.
(Jiieou Olgn is tho most popular
Quoen in nil Ejirope, and aftor her
plucky act the other day in defy
ing tho Bussiau throno thnro is
not u nativo of Hollas who would
not dio for hor. Quoen Olga is a
llussian Princess and was an
honorary admiral in the Russian
fleet. She has jnst returned her
insignia to St. Petersburg, with
tho remark that sho cannot hold
rank in a fleet that has fired upon
tho Greoks. Olga is tho oldest
daughtor of tho Grand Dnko Con
stantino of llussia and a uioco to
tho lato Czar Alexaudor II. Sho
is tall and Btatoly aud realizes tho
traditional idea of a Queen in hor
appearauco nnd maimer. Sho is a
blonde, with brown hair, regular
features and a boautiful neck and
shoulders. Sho goes about Athens
unattended, evn by a maid, and
dressos in tho most simplo fashion.
Op stato occasions sho costumes
hersolf royally. Sho is very fond
of pearls, und has a small fortuuo
iu theso ornaments. She is most
popular amoug tho Athenian,
ladies aud has a wide circlo of ac
quaintances among them. Liko
all tho rest of this singularly de
mocratic royul family tho Queon
uovor deports horself in tho man
ner assumed by royalty in geueral,
aud whilo dignified is gonlle,
affablo and lovable. Olga is a
great scholar. Sho loves scionoo
and tho classics, and cnu speak
fluently iu Russian, Italian,
Grook, Fronoh, German and Eng
lish. Lately sho has mastorod
Albanian also. Sho is interested
in music nnd art, devotes much of
hor time to charity and public
education, and has founded ono or
two prosperous schools in Athons.
Her recout patriotio display will
mako hor nil tho more loved by
iioititiiiLK hull riGiirN.
Four Pirn, Four llurc "ml Eight
Ausry Mentis Dend.
Torreon, Mexico, March 3.
Arrivals hero from Durango stato
that tho bull fights which took
placo here Sunday woro tho most
horriblo in tho number of fatali
ties over givon in Mexico. Tho
bulls w6ro nativo mountain uni
maln of tho Stato of Duraugo and
thoy fought with a forocity that
made tho largo orowd of spectators
go wild with delight.
Tho first bull which ontored tho
arena gored ouo of tho lighters to
death. Anothor man was killed
by tho second hull nnd tho third
cappod tho climax by killing two
moro iu quiok succession, mukiug
in all four human lives that woro
sacrificed to tho evident ploasuro
of tho crowd of spectators. Eight
bulls aud horses woro gorod to
donth. It was a rod loiter day in
tho annals of bull fighting iu
All Ingenious Propositi.
A Boston reformer wishes a tax
law by which each individual
should fix for himsolf tho amount
of property ho is to bo taxed on.
When ho dies all tho proporty on
which ho has paid taxos shall go
according to his will or to his
hoirs-at law, but all proporty
found in his estate ovor and nbovo
tho value ou which ho paid taxos
shall go to tho stato. Tho pro
posal is ingonions, bat thoro
might bo ns mauy ways of beat
ing it as thoro is of boating aslot
That picturo in King Bros',
window which has nttrnoted so
much nttontion is not tho portrait
of nnyono lioro.
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