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TIJE EVEN1KG WLjrTIN: HONCLTJ1! T Ji. I., JUNE lfl 1809.
lblH4l Evtty Day. cft!t SunJiy. 1 ato Kin
ttet. Honolul i H I , bv the
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W. R. FARRINliTON Hi"f
ANIEL LOGAN ..CltyUllof
TUESDAY, .JUNE IK, 1S09.
It is C3rtnitily ndvijub'c, ami it
is to tin hopud tlit) Indies of IIojo
tutu will find it fmsihli, lb otnb
liah n pchml fo" tlw ndu.
catiou of household uurvilut, par
ticularly co ik-4. By wy of nog
postion we trust that (Jliiucso mid
Japanoso will not b given exclii'
eivo rijlils. A oili r BUugt'H'iou
rolnlivi to tlit f-ea c.linro.l it IliM
eioh pupil ou cntoring tli m-I.o 1
be required t'i tnnke a dcp nit.
tlii-t mo lev t In refunded if t lin
couro U complt'tod mid u cortili
cato given, an I f.irftitrd to the
ABticiitio i i( tlu ptpil don not
tiii: THiiiii r:sr i ahi:mimi:.i'.
TIio tlitrteoiMi mneudirr-nt to
tho Co'istitu'ij i ! l!i Uii'b'd
Shite piovultio tiu.t "iierluM" alav
try nor inv 'f I iy rvim h, ex
copt ns a puui hmoiit for crimp,
whereof the pirly (drill have boon
duly ronvicb'd, fbull exist within
tho United HlntPfi, nor t'u u;iy pine?
subject In their jurisdiction "
Tho Supreme O.-urt of FlnwMi
has expr aly de.'hucd tbut thii
amendment h not in foroj in these
Islanda ''during tlio present trnu
eilion priod." ,
If their d oidiaa in this pnin
U oorroct, w may li'ivo and main
tain' "dlavery aud iuvoluntarj
eorviludu" in tlio Hawaiian Isl
ands, despite tin provisions of
that Hiuoudiuojt tj t!i e.iulriry,
bo om as tho "p'esint tran-?5ti n
periol" my coutinuo to exist!
But furth r, it neecimrily fol
lows from the (Mrre(!tuunS of tbi-t
decision in rftrenot) to the t'tir
teeuth umo iduiul, that "dii.iti1
Uioproiont truism u p-riod," th
Hawaiiau IsIkjiIs arc not "with'ti
(Ijh Unitfil S'l'oV nor um thpt
evt'ii "nny phi" subject to their
If Ihoee Islands vro a "place
subject lo tbt! juristli:tion of th
United SIii'ps," the Udrtnt-nth
amendment, would of mcni'ty b
op ran a thfieiuby itt) vrry terms.
Wo ther-fora loam from the
Supremo Court precUely whore
wo are "duriuu tho prmnt trani
tiou period." Wo harn Hint wo
are wholly outside of the jurisdiction
of the United Slates ! Wo are
therefore instructed that vt are
not "annexed as a pirt of tin tei
ritory of the United Statos," and
that wo are not "subject to the
Sovereign duininiou thereof !"
We tire instructed further tbit the
action of Congress iu attotnptiut.'
to (inuex us is inopjrauve, and
necvssurily uuueludtt tliat 0. n
grpss must be po.verlfds ever t
am. ex us nr wiki m a "pines
guhjrrt to th" juri'd'ftioi of Vf
United Stales or Hubj'ut to tha
operatiuu of th- thirteenth atuond
incut to ih' C institution 1!
It is t-oniftiiurts rind that "hard
cut-en iiiiiU'" bid 1'uv." Et w mid
seem that the prosiwit ease, at least
as r.'&pccU the tliiitc-t-uth muon.l
lueut, whiuuver ics linrlnhip tuny
be, his iniido uotonly "bud law,"
but 'ilso hi I 1 o r i o , th' t:oii':ltni n
of which U reduced to an nbnur
dity. But what U the hudship of a
citso involving the npplicabili'y nf
tho third euth ain ntluiuiit nf th'
couhtituli n of the United Sta'p
to these isl.inda? Why hhou.tl it
bo thought a htii'ilship to bav no
elavory or invduutry servitude
therein, otherwise tmii lit n puu
iBhiuHiit for cr'nitj ? Tho only
hardship couciiivabl in tliit the
occupation of poiblo gIuvo driv
ers would bo fOii, and 111 it th"re
could be i.o enforcement in thHH
ialatidH of involtiu'ri HTvitii'l
coatrary loth terns ofth'thir
tti th n'UMitliuPiit. It t ml: fuur
yoar-to e vil vr 1 tlf(eriniiio th .t
that was not a hardship to be oon
eidorJi us against the superior
blojsiug of personal liberty in nil
plict'H Hiihj ct to the juribdicttou
of tin United SUtes.
Tht) siiuphi truth is, tint there
u no provision nf tlio coiistitulion
of !ho Uuilcd Slate9 more mini
festly self-eiiforciut; and operative
of its own proper vior, iu all
)Iiicph subject to the dominion of
the United States, than this tbir
tppnth aineinlmpnt. Never were
the people of the Uuited States
more in earnest than iu enietiuiz
m pait of the fundamental law of
tho laud, that neither slavery nor
iuvoluntnr- forvitnde, not enforced
as n puuuhiuont for crime, shall
exist in nny places over which the
inei ican flag floats ns Ihe Ptnblom
of national dominion. They have
doorppd that that 11 ig, wherever
uufurlfd, shill be known ns the
"banner of freedom." " With free
dom's banner waving o'er us" there
cui be no vr.li I legislation hero
iMiforcii'g slavery or involuntary
t-crvitude contrary lo the thirteenth
amendment to the national cons tt
lotion. That aniemlnnnt h oper
ativo here, not because CongreFs
bis tnid so, but lircinso the
puoplo of tho United States bavo
said so. Tint amendment lias be
come operative her) by virtue of
the nntiexa'iou. Oougroas could
neither legislate it ill, nor legis
late it out. It is trm tint Con
gross has pnver to ouforco it by
proper peualtio3 agaiust porsons
who attempt to violat) it; but tin
amendment itself operates indo
pndeutly of any pjjsiblo Con
irossional onaotmeut, to strike
with absoluto nullity all legisli
(ion, congresbiunal or local, which
is contrary to its terms in any
pl'ioe subj 'ct to tin jurisdiction of
tin United States.
It would Bjm th it it ought to
have needed only tho apprehen
sion of th term of tlin amaud
meat nnd its heroic ourage of
devotion to tr itli t dejlar. un
llinchingly that the thirtoouth
amendment t tin constitution of
the Unitol Stit'J in iu foroj in
those Islaudit, let i stril;- where it
will, and to inquire aloae ns to the
applicability of its terms to II i
GRAHD SPORT AT THE TRACK.
Continued from Page 1.
liue, Van Wagner, Antidote nnd
Sympatliclic's Last were the en
tries. Venus had mpbt of the
backini; aud Qartaline was not
far behind in favor for first place.
Sympathetio'sLast and Antidote
also bad many heavy backers.
Gartaliuo proved obstreporous in
tbo start, when the eignnl was
yivon, however, the send off was
a splendid one. Qartaline took
the front, Antidot followed cbms.
Iy while Sympathetio'd List, Ve
UI19 aud Van Wugner were well
bunched iu the rear Venus and
rau Wannor moved up at "tup
half, Qartnliuo droppiu buck n
liitle. Antirlo'e was linn Inadiiie.
Venus camo up witli tho gray iu
the stro'.ch aud CS irtaliiif su'iu fell
bhiud. As they sped under the
lire VenuH won fr mi Autitlolo by
i nose. Sympitb-tio'a Last was
close behind Antidote.
Summary Venus, bay in., ngod
,y V r-'ui Brtlini-i i; Vntid d",
i. g., aged, by Senator Stanford
Poison -2; Synipnthn'in'a Last, b
4 ngol, by l,'air'ila,.Sympithotic
-8 Time, 1:47 1 5.
The last moo was n
i In hi quai tor mile dash for
the Oceanic S. S. Co 'h Cup.
Ainariuo and IliyaWst were tho
only c iiitstaiits a-i S -alireeze and
Giiity Girl had been withdrawn.
Amarino won easily in 1:2) 1-5.
l'lii lirst event of Monday's
sports was th bicycle raco. Every
body tieonipd sure of "JIauoa." He
won iu '2:45.
VenuH, Frank S, and J. 11.
canio out for the tseo nid event.
The start was not very satisfactory,
Venus getting nff several lengths
in the rear. Frank S. and Venus
passed tho last Sth neck aiid neck
and flashed pnst the judue's
t ind iu a dead bent. Time 41) V
Tin det'iliuu run was ros-r veil
n Hi il after the pro nun was run.
Cnuiiiiicham claimed tint rac was
hi) by tho Jii'nt h,,r't and i-fufl-d
to enter Frank S. twain, so Venm
took hor money after goiug around
i ho truck.
Red Pike, Gurtolino and
lioyalist htarted in tho third
i-suut. Giuteliuo took the lead in
the Inst quarter finishing three
letmths abend of Red Piko. Time
A one mile dash for the Irwin
cup camo npxt on tho program,
Amariuo, Antidoto nnd Seabreeze
were tho starters, with heavy bet
ting ou the favorite, Amarino.
The ttio pot away in a bunoh
Seabreeze crowded Amarino who
vii9 ou tho outside almost into the
feuce. It looked bad for Seabreeze's
rider although a foul could not be
determined from tbo stands. A
protect against Sonbrecze was en
tered by Amariuo's jockey nnd al
lowed, with the result that thp
rider of Seabreeze was fined S25
and ruled off. The race, havina
beon protested, was Inter run off,
Aiiitiiuo winning with Autitlolo a
clnso second. Seabreeze came in
a pnor third. Time 1:47.
Everj body was eagerly looking
iug for the tlflh race, tin evout of
tho day. The Honolulu Stock Ex
change cup with S'250 added was
the inducement, trotting aud pac
ing, fteo for nil, beat two in three.
Violin, Our Bov of tho Weln ka
llao Stables, Loupo and Irish
Lissiu were the entries. Our Biy
tin 1 a liPavy bucking aud Irinh
Lassie was responsible for large
bits. The wngnrs between these
horses amouuted to thousands and
the betting was ino-t exciting.
Our liny whs tho general favorite
while Irish Lashio hotly contested
iu point of popularity.
Wild ehcerirggreoled Ihohnrses
and thoir drivers as they camo
mil tho track. Quinn was bohiud
Violin, Costollo drove Our Boy,
McMauus held the lines on Lou
no aud Gitm u drove Irish Lassie.
Iu the first beat, the start was all
that could bo desired. Loupe,
Our B y, Irish L-issiu and Violin
in the order named is how thp
first eighth found them. Violin
hroko shortly after tho start. Our
Boy dropped a point after passing
the half. Loupo maintained first
place into tho htintch closely fol
lowed by Irish Lassie. Here Our
Boy broke ugain. Loupe was
awny ahpad of Irish La66ie wIiph
the wire was pissod. Timo for first
Ljupa stnrtod poorly in tho
-ecoud h at, Our Boy led to the
half where Irish La-sie came up
with him. Liupo shortly after
In half, was neck and neck with
tlio for -most, but she broke nt the
last quarter allowiug Our Boy to
en to the front whero ho stayed.
A perfect start wns tin first
satisfactory feature of tho third
heat. Lassie broke beforo the
half was reached and Our Boy
aud Loupe kept together to the
last half. Lnupe forged ahead ou
tho home stretch going uuder the
uiro first, liko n flash amid wild
demonstrations of outhusinsm of
those who had thoir money on
her. Time 2:18.
Summary Loupe bike, need.
John Seven - Oaks - Nutwood
Our Boy a g, nged, by Vernon
Violin b m.aged, by Alox But
ton Viola-3-4 4.
Irish Laside b in, nged, by St
Time: 2:12 2-5, 2:15J, 2:18.
Veuus aud Royalist iu the sixth
raco, throe quaiter mile dash,
wore tbo only starters, Amarino
being withdrawn nt the last Vo
nus had nil tho backing aud won
easily iu 1:18.
A one aud a quarter railo dash
for tho Ciiteriou cup, the 8.h race
ou the program, brought out six
horses. Tho race was free for nil.
nuriuo, Gntt line, Permanintn,
Viu nguer, Autiduto aud Sym
piithotiu's Last wcro tho horsee.
Sympathetica Last, Autidoto and
Amariuo weie together in the
lead at tho start. Amarino lod at
the half aud eiuile iuto the ntreteli
Iu tho tame plncj. Antidote wi
neck and neck with Amariuo at
the la?t quarter. At the last
eighth, Amarino moved up a point
and led when the wiro was passed.
Summary: Amarino, bay g,
aged, by liealia- Amandino 1.
Autiloti g g., nged, by Sen
iitur Staufonl-Poisou 2.
Syuipithetio's Last b. g., aged,
by Fairplay.Sympathetio 3.
Prince David drovo Morosco in
tho cuucludiui! event of tho dnv
This wax for the Hawaiian Jockey
(Jlub cup, ono mile, gentlemen's
diking. Silver Kiug was drivou
by Priuco Cupid. Dr. Hum
phries handled the ribbons for
(iuB'io B. and W. Wolters for
Flora G. Flora O led and held
that position until tho uiro was
juisid. Giusie 13 oaine lat the
others beou scattered between bor
and tho winner. Flora G did it
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