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THE EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. 1., JANUARY. 12, 1899
38 PERFUMES gig:
Roger and Gallct, '
Gosnell's, in all odors
Toilet Sets, Perfume Bottles,
Maile Cologne, Without a Rival.
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
The Germania Life Insurance Co.
i NEW YORK.
ASSETS S23.723.677. 13
Legal Reserve to Policy Holders 20,866,008.00
Surplus to Policy Holders 2i57t. 59595
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 38,331,242.67
Claims by death paid to Beneficiary Policy Holders 20,846,623.84
Matured Endowments paid to Policy Holders 5,524,720.07
Life Annuities paid to Policy Holders 327,474.70
Dividends and Surrenders paid to Policy Holders 11,632,424.06
Tlio Qurnuiiln Ksno all the lntoit and most liberal forms of Life. Instal
ment, Incomo Divldond, Endowment or Ilond Pollclos.
EMMETT MAY, ,
Superintendent of Agcndos.
1029 210 King street, Honolulu.
TifcLo People's Beer !
,For S a. 1 toy
W. C. PEAGOoK & CO., Ltd.
I Telephone 92. P. O. Box 145
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
. . ..IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN....
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
I Niw gvn rceiV"il liy every imok-d from tho Stuffs an I Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
I Alt order fl 'ifully attended to, uuil irnod4 delivered
I TO ANY PART OF THB 0ITY FBEE.
Gonoral Agonts for tho Sanitarium Brand of Health roods.
Miami Orden tjollolted. Sttistautlou Qunrtnteed.
East Corner Fort and King Sts.
H. H. WILLIAMS,
E m b a Imi ng a Spec i a 1 1 y.
LOVE BUILDING, 534-53G FORT ST. TEL. 84G.
Residence 777 Fort St. Tel. 849.
KUU M ' l.
G rapliophoncs !
The superior of any Talking Machine in the World !
Tli Best Present for Tliis Season
OK ANY OTHER TIME
W II IT ?
Decnuse It Is Instructive, entertaining and amusing. Will last a life-time, and
should anything get out of order e can repair It. We have In stock EAGLE and
COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONES, Recorders, Reproducers, Hearing Tubs, Brass
Horns, hundreds of records, comprising Band and Orchestra Selections, Piccolo, Zither.
Cornet, Clarinet Solos, Vocal and Instrumental Duets, Vocal Solos, all the newest and
up-to-date selections. Call and examine goods and prices.
OCEANIC GAS AND ELECTRIC CO.,
M. M. KOHN, Manager. ioqj 112 HOTEL STREET.
1 Handsome Vehicles !
On tho Mohican wo recolvcil a largo lot of tho latest Styles
in 8URIU3YS, PHiUTONS and ItOAD CAKTS, which will make
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
W. "W. WRIGHT, Prop'p.
i 1034 v
voitT STrtnCT, ahovh noTnn.
Scrofula Affocts tho Eyes Llttlo
Boy Troatod b an Oculist With
out Rollof-But Now Ho Is Woll.
"When my little boy was three months
old his eyes became very sore and he was
almost blind. I took htm to an oculist
who treated him for six months, nnd kit
htm as bad as ho was at the beginning.
Finally Hood's Barsaparllla was recom
mended and I began giving it to him.
In less than three weeks ho was able
to go Into tho sun without covering
his eyes, and today his eyes aro perfectly
well, and his cars and noso, which wcro
badly affected, aro abo well. Hood's
Sarsaparllla has certainly done wonders
for my boy." Mna. James II. Painter,
Amador, California. Remember
Purifier. All druggists $1 six for $5. Get Hood's.
u it rui are the only pllh to take
HOOd S PUIS with Hood's Harsaparilta.
Hotels and Restaurants.
Half Way Between Honolulu
and the Great Scenic
Accommodations for Han and Beast!
In the Most Picturesque
Spot in Nuuanu Valley. . . .
LIGHT WINES AND BEER
Served, excepting Sundays.'
A. F. FRANCA Proprietor.
Beaver r Lunch
O. .1. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
AT ALL HOCUS.
THE FINEST BRANDB OF
Cigars and Tobacco
AXiWATH ON HAND.
FINE SEA BATHING AND MOUNTAIN
x SCENERY I
W I All Train to anj trom Honolulu -SIX
I SiOp at th Hotel 1 -a
Albert Toogood, P'op-ietor.
j. w. chapman
Announces to tho public that ho Is now
opon for onRiiKotnontH to tako churgo of
Banquets, nulls. Dinners and Garden
Parties, Social, ctn
Address emi Uni'iu EKprons Company
AT THIS HAGLB HOUSE
furnlshod Itomiis, well kept, can bo
had for $2, &!.5ii and fi por
wcok, and Meals,
AT THE QUEEN HOTEL,
At $1.50, $5 and $0 porwook.
Go, See, Try and Satisfy
And Ice Cream Parlors.
E. POPPLETON. M'o'n.
This is a modern up-to-date American
ItoHtaurant and Ktkory. Uxcollont
Moats for 25 conts.
No. 029 FORT STREET.
Excelsior Dining Saloon
833 NUUANU ST.,
NEAlt HOTEL ST.
CHAS. LINP, Prop'r.
First-class moals, unci or tho supervis
ion of a whlto man, served from 0 a. m.
to 8 p. in. MEALS TWENTY-FIVE Cts.
l'ostofflco Box 112.
A First-class Itosort in every rosnoct.
Tho lost 25 cont meal to bo hail.
IOE CREAM 16 CENTS A PLATE.
LOOK HOP ,fc CO.,
1008 Borotanla and Fort streets.
THE COMBAT IS RESUMED
Argument Allowed by Supreme Court on
Remaining Chinese Cases.
Mr. Ballou's Zeal to Be Heard Causes a Breeze
New Reasons Produced by Messrs.
Ballou and Robertson.
As anticipated in yesterday's
issue, tho habeas corpus battle
over Ohineso seeking to entor
these islands, under Hawaiian
law and against United States
law, was resumed before tho Su-
premo Court nt torm yesterday
afternobni This was dono upon
tho strongly presented request of
Mr. Ballou to bo heard for tha
first tirao on tho points in contro
versy, notwithstanding tho cir
cumstances of the oight cases
docketed were similar to those of
the threo cases on which a major,
ity opinion was rendered the
Mr. Ballou, in his flushing
oagorncss to havo an oxtia innings
after tho regular game, aroused
sleeping lions it. the persons of
Attorney Qoneral Smith and Mr.
Thurston,5 who had opposed his
request, by an innuendo to tho
effect that their opposition was in
consistent with "decency and lion
ore," A rotrnction of tho obnox
ious words restored tranquility,
and the Court ruled for n hoaring
of argumont on the cases at bar.
Mr. Thurston had argued that
own if tlio former decision of tho
court were reversed as to jurisdic
tion incidentally preserving its
jurisdiction in admiralty wherein
many important oases are pend
ing it could give no roliot to tho
Chinese depiod admission'.
Mr. Ballou, 011 being permitted
to opon the argument, contonded
Unit territorial courts could oxer
ciwo fedoral jurisdiction in agree
ment with the United States con
stitution. Tho question of Btato's
rights, indeed, could notarise in
territories, as territorial power
and jurisdiction enmo from Con
gress directly. Congress could
delegate to territorial legislature
the power to erect courts with
federal jurisdiction, and this pro
position was actually implied in
the Newlands resolution. Mr.
Ballou said it wan nn interesting
fact that the Hawaiian bill before
Congress would contain a provi
sion to proveut an appeal to thu
federal Supremo Court from tho
tlawniiftii courts in esses not'
strictly of federnl nature. ThiH
implied that federal cates might
bo tenable in the courts of this
territory. It would bo tho first
time such a provision had appear
ed in tho legislation of Congress
Justice Whiting nskod if a sim
ilar provisiou did not appear in
the Oklahoma bill. To which Mr.
Bnllou replied that ho did not
think eo. Justice Whiting would
not bo certain, but such was hiH
Ballou cited many authori
ties on jurisdiction which had not
been produced at the previous
hearings. Both the court and op
posing counsol paid marked atten
tion to the citations.
Mr. Robertson following on tho
same side, admitted that counsol
in the provinus cases had been de
relict in duty when they had fail
ed to produce the authorities
available on tho question of juris
diction. He. Btrongly attacked
tho authority of Inspeotor Brown
and Collector Gonoral McStocker
for rejecting and retaining Ohi
neso intonding immigrants. A
rider to tho Unitod States appro
piiation bill, voting $50,000 for
onlorcing tho Ohiueso exclusion
laws, was poor color of authority
for Mr. Brown to come horo and
decide what Ohineso should or
should not land. Then, admitting
that Mr. Brown's authority ns an
inspector for duty in this torritorv
was established, tho authority of
an inspector did not oxtend to
keeping out immigrants or hold
ing them iu custody. An inspec
tor had no such powor in
San Franoisco or any other Unit
ed StatOB port. His function was
purely ono of investigation, to
obtain information for the guid
ance of tho collector of customs.
It was tho collector alone who had
tho powor, undor Unitod Stages
laws, to decide and order who
should be admitted and who re
jected. Mr. MoStockor tho col
lector was in these cases tho only
respondent, although opposing
counsol had cleverly worked iu
Mr. Brown in their nuswers. Cer
taiuly Mr. McStocker wns not n
federal officer, thoroforo had no
authority, yot he came into court
as such at Mr. Brown's coatails.
Tho petitioners however, refused
to recognize Mr. Brown as a re
spondent. Judgo Perry asked what if tho
court decided that tho potitiouers
did not have a right to land.
Would Mr. Robertson then con
tend that Messrs. McStocker and
Biown could not restrain them?
Mr. Rob3rteon Certainly
they could not, if thoy are
not tho authorized officers
for that purpobo. Perhaps these
respondents aro not legally ontitlcd
to land, but thoy can only be pre
vented from landing or held iu
custody by duly authorized ollio
ers. I may know that a certain
person uhb committed a crime and
ought to be in jail. But, if I ar
rest that porsou and hold him iu
prison, he would bo ontitled to
know through this court by what
authority I retrained him of his
liberty. That is just what these
petitioners claim. Even if they
are not lawfully entitled to land,
this court is bound to discharge
thorn if the persons who are res
training them cannot prove their
uuthorily foreo doing.
Mr. Tuurslon roso to roply, but,
as it was four o'clock, tho Couit
took recess 'until 10 o'clock this
These aro recipes of n tinted 2cv Or
leans tinthorlty, us given iu Tnhle Till If
Pate do Eolo Gias. This pint
French delicacy is simulated iu tho fol
lowing manner: Lino a baking dtah
with thin slices of Imcon. Cut one lino
with as much licr ns will 1111 the dish
nearly full. Add n beaten egg and
enough stock or ham gray to inoUtm
Add kcasouiugs, coer with bacou tuid
Like. Rcmoo,tho top la ers of baton
beforo sen lug.
Oonf nu Tomato. Chop a half can
of tomatoes until frco from all lumps.
Put into a fryiug pan of hot lard to sim
mer. Bent eight eggs well together,
adding 11 tablcspooutul of butter. Chop
half of nu onion lino und mince a good
spray of parsley, whip this and the
onion Into tho eggs, i,tir thco into tho
simmering tomatoes and scramble.
Shapo nicely into a loaillko form and
garnish with parsley. Do not let this
I had the rhoumatisra so badly
that I could not get my hand to
ray head. I tried tho doctor's
medicine- without tho least beuefit.
At last I thought of Chamberlain
Pain Balm; the first bottle relieved
all of tho pain, and one half of the
second bottle effected a complete
cure. W. J. Holland, Holland,
Vn. Chamberlain's Pain Balm is
equally good for sprains, swellings
and lameness, as well as burns,
cuts and bruises. For sale at
'Benson, Smith fc Co., drug store.
Your work solicited, and tho finest
class of sorxlco AT REASONABLE
All Flannels and Silks washed by
hand. Ordinary Mending, und But
tons Sewed On.
JfiTTolephonu 683, and leave your
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
E0. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
Office- and Parlors
614 & 510 Fort St., near Hotel.
Real Estate Transaction
Sabsoribors are furnished with from U
to six lists per week.V giving on araarat
record ot all deeds, mortgages, leases, re
leases, powers ot attorney, etc., etc., whlob
are placed on record.
Subscription Price, 92.00 por Month,
A. V. GEAR, .
210 King Bt, Honolulu.
Only White Labor Employed
Real Estate and Insurance.
.LIBU and FIRE
New England Mutual life In
surance Co. of Boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Company
Bruce Waring & Co.
. Lands for Sale.
Money to Loan on Mortgages.
WS ADB AOLNTS FOR
Svea Fire Insurance Co. of Gothenburg
American Fire Insurance Co. of Phila,
Rooms 7 an t Ttttphont 678.
Real Estate Broker.
209 Merchant Btreet.
IS Chinese Gruuite Ultchlng PostsjfS
Ouf Heeoml-lmnd Uugjty, nearly
new, iu good order.
HotiKe at No. 33 Buhoot turret.
W. C. ACHI & CO,,
Brokers & Dealers
EsT Wo will liny or Hell Ileal Estate In
all pnrtB ot the gronn,
CP" Wo will Bell Properties on Koason
OFFICE. 10 West King street
OFFICE, C32 FORT STREET,
LOUIS K. M'GREW ,
OFI'ICl'-- No. 15 Klliihlliiianti ntroot,
Honolulu, formerly A. Koh.i'm cilllco.
Unitod btHlo-) Custom House llrokers
Accountants, .Sean liors of Titles nnd
Ciouonil ISiixmot-8 AgcntN.
Telephone &!() 102
.IAS. V. MOHOAX,
Mtmtwi ot Honolulu Stock Exchanc.
f. O. Dox sot.
General Manafter ot
rhe Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United BtateK (or the Hawaiian
Orr'om Merchant street, Honolnlni
JAS. F. MORGAN,
UCTIONEEK AND HTOCK BKOKEB
No. 45 queen Street.
Expert Appruiaotuunt of lienl
ifltate und Furniture)
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member ot the Honolulu Stock Exchinee.
Ofllcu Queen stroot, npposlto Union
('Telephone 506. P.O Dox jtj. 1044
DONNELLY & ROSS.
Expert Accountants and .
g Searchers of Titles.
Custom HorsE Bnourim
Hoom No. 5 Spreckols Ituil.liiig,
Honolulu, 11. I.
L. C. ABLES. ,
Real Estate and Financial
16 tout STunw. '
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