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EVHNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T SATURDAY, FEB. 9, 1901.
F. ptmsoN J. A, MAitHtn man
Peterson & Matthewman,
ATTORN! YS AND
COUNSLLI.OUS AT LAW
. O nox i6
IturMOve, Main i6S
is KAAHUM4NU SI
QEO. A. DAVIS
- GEO. D. GEAR
OAVIS & GEAR
Utorneys and Counsellors at
Veomt soi. lot. ten. Judd Bulldlne.
Cor. Fort an J Mcrdnnt Sts.. Honolulu i
J. M. KANEAKUA,
attorney and Oounsollor at.
aee: In tho Occidental Hotel,
fsnxr of King anil Alakea Streets,
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Done in Crayon or Oil
-...Pictures Framed In any styli
Framed Pictures for sale.
New Mouldings for Frames hav
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards,
5o TELEPHONE 86?
?afmi TEL wmiie i
Latest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing, a
Clothes Dyed Fast Black or any color
63 Hotel St., Ncnr Fort
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. K. OIAWA, Mineral.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Jntorery Offlci Roon r opttalrl Spiecketf ball
f Tl. 544
1AMFC Clfl&TC riFAND
Oo thin Clean d, Dyed ni Repaired
Mjlla MAUB IUUKUCK-
JBTFit goarameed. "Uweit Prke.
JrrtStrrtt.nttt Kukul, and tit" Orpheum Theater.
J Price Cleaning one tult. Si: Dyeing suit 5i 3.
Architects, Contractors and Builders
Jobbing : Promptly i Attended : To
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
: PROGRESS BLOCK.
G.6 W Pa Ttl in
f.V. BtarJtlet P. O Boi ?7t
B0ARD8k.EE t PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office; Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
ilawlulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
it Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
DesilerH in Lumber and OohI
ALLEN A ROBINSON,
Onefln street. Honolulu
M. F. BBRTBLMANS
To rtar of old stand. Entranca on Klnf
xrMt. O.'utrs left at either shop, or offict,
it John Nott'e i'ore, Kin? street, will n
a'v rromc 4tnloo. UTI-tf
TELEPHONE NO 31,
HOW Is the time to get lstOu 1.
breakages seen to, and year
Roofs Put In 0"d("
By competent workmyiy
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Plpt and Gutier Work.
lilctui Strtet, Ul, Quietl M Merchant, Honolulu.
Jobbloc prODnlljr atltadfd 10.
Tel. White 41. ?!.0'J0I J7-
Notice to Property Owners.
I have In my employ TOUR FIRST
CLASS I'LUMI'LKS from the Coast I am
now ready to figure on your work at the
lowest prices. My men are Union Men.
Give me a trial.
C. II. UROWN,
Territory Stables, King St.
The Whole Story
in one letter about
From Capt. F. Lnye, Police Station No. i
5, Montreal t "We frequently ue Pkrrt j
Dins 1'AiM.KiLtEH for )itu in thtttom-
ach, thrumaU$miUfnt$, roif b(ttt thU I
btaini, cram, aiTtT all afflictions wtlch 3
1 fceUtt torn la oar position. I hare do hesi
tation In earing that Puk-Killm ti the I
lU remedy to hart near at hand."
("Uaetl Internally And Externally
To Blz, tc and SOc. botUea.
'tmisans.Pnyslclans And Dentists.
DR. J. M. WHITNBY
has removed his office from the corner
of Hotel and Fott Streets to the
HOURS 8:30 to 5.
II. VY. Howard, M. D.
112) ALAKEA SrR! ET.
f oto 1
I 7 to 8
2 a. m.;
4 p. m. an J
o p. m.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Boston Hi iuiivo
Orncr, Maii. jt
HOl'HS-i. a m
TO I. ! W .
J TO P. M.
P O. Uox S01.
Si Mim-ii'i p m
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Beretnnlo Street.
1 to 3
7 to 8 Telephone 602
DR. J. T. WAYSON,
Has removed to his new office and resl1
lence, Beretanla St., nearly opposite Iftr
OFFICE HOURS "'
1633 TfcL. Main 346
DR. C. A. PETERSON
'is ri-ocei ed his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
(9-1 1 A.M.I
( T 8 P.M. )
3. E. C. WATERH0USE
Office and Reldence: Comer
Beretanla and Mll'er streets.
lurnci Nouns s 10 11 a m.
I lo ) p M.
Sundays 10 ioii.ioa m
fELEPHONE iiQt. WHITE nil
jR WALTER HOFFMANN.
3BRETANIA STREET (opposite the
Telephone 510. P. O. Uox, &01.
Office hours: 8 to 10' a. ni., 1 to 3
n.;7 to 8 p. u. Sundays, i to 11 a. m
DR. ALHBRT E. NICHOLS
3D fcj n. t i e t.
Office for the present with Dr. Anderson,
Alakea St. near Hotel.
Office Hours 8:30 to4
, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Love Building, Fort Street
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 131.
A. N. SANFORD,
Graduate vvSiSWk. Optician
Has returned to Honolulu and onened
offices for the examination of the ee for
Classes and lilting prescriptions. om
1. T.1.1 "V"" ""1"V"U", ,'-u"
plete facilities for grinding lensesnnd mak-
leg repairs, f-ac-ory on the premises.
ROOMS 206 AND 207,
BUT. IIOThL AND KING
City Furniture Store
H. 11. WILLIAMS, Manager.
lEll ' line of-
LARGE VARIETY OF BEDROOM SETS
Parlor Rockers, Baby Carraiges, etc.
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 84G. NIGHT BELL ON DOOR.
Residence 777 Fort St., near Vineyard St. Telephone and Nlht Call. 849.
DETAILS OF THE OPINION I
I BY THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
. V !
Organic Act Made no Discrimination
When it Made Citizens of Ha
waii Full Fledged
Washington, Jnn. The Attorney
General In ruling upon the rights of
Chinese In the Territory of Hawaii
gives In his letter to the Secretary of
the Treasury some Important and Inter
The questions tip on which the At
torney General gives his opinion arc
1. Whether a person born In the
Hawaiian Islands In 1S83 ot t'Mnese
parents who are laborers, and taken to
China with his mother In 1S90, Is en-
titled to re-enter tho Territory of Ha-
wall where his father still resides.
2. Whether the wife nnd children of
a Chinese peiton. who nre naturalized
'n 1ES7 In Hawaii and still resides
there, are entitled to enter that Terrl-
toiy "by lrtue of the citizenship" of
the husband nnd father? I
Answering these questions he says: l
"In the nrst ease the Chinese person
claims the right to enter the Territory ,
of Hnwall because he Is n citizen of
the United Stnfs nnd of the Territory
of Hawaii by reason of his birth In that
Territory; nnd In the second case the sulijcct wnicn mo solicitor oi me
Chinese persons claim the came light Treasury expresses In his opinion of
because the husband and father Is a September 1, nnd December 4, 1900. The
citizen of the United States and of the repugnancy which the Solicitor sees
Territory of Hnwall by force of his between sections 4 nnd 101 of tho Un
naturalization under Hawaiian laws 'wnllan Act disappear, ns he himself
The exact question Is whether a Chi-1 suggests, upon the oldcnt construc
ncsc person, bom or nnturallud In the tlnn that section 101 applies and was
Hawaiian Islands prior to the annexa-' Intended only to those Chinese who
tlon of that Territory. Is n citizen of.wero not citizens of the ltcpubllc of
the United State; for I coneehe that Hawaii on AugiiRt 12, 1S9S. In my
there can be no doubt under existing, opinion, considerations drawn from the
law of the right of n citizen of the general Chinese exclusion policy of tho
United States and his wife nnd children
to enter freely the Territory of Ha
wnll. Continuing, he sas: "The Consti
tution of the Republic of Hawaii (sec.
1. nrt. 17) provided that 'AH persons
horn or naturnllzcd In tho Hawaiian
Islands and subject to the Jurisdiction
of the ltcpubllc nre citizens thereof.' ,
The act of April 30. 1900 (31 Stat.. Ill),
providing n government for the Terrl-of the United States.' Nevertheless,
tory of Hnwall, declared (sec. I.) that this Is precisely what Congress did.
'all persons who were citizen of the And It must be observed on tho sug
ncpublle of Hnwall on August 12. 189S, gestlon Just quoted that while such
nic litre!)- declared to be cltlzem of tho Chinese persons being born In China
United Stntes and citizens of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii.' This discussion
grants, as I understand It. that the
two Chinese persons whose personal or
family rights are In question, were cltl
zctis of the Republic of Hawaii on the ( been citizens of the United States by
crucial date, and does not requlro fur- I Irtli through the force of that dccl
ther to scrutinize and to determine slon.
their status under the constitutions nnd j "I do not think that the plain letter
laws of that Republic.' and meaning of tho statute may bo
In conclusion the Attorney General overthrown by the reasoning upon
stntes: "With lespect to the Intention which the Solicitor of tho Treasury re
of Congress In the present case, I can- lies, anTl I therefore answer both qtics
not conceive that there Is any doubt. tlons In the nlllrmatlvc, assuming It to
The language of the Hawaiian Ad (sec. , be conceded, however, on the facts
4) Is that 'all persons who arc cltl- Rtnted by you, thnt the Chinese pcrbons
ztns of tho Republic of Hnwall on Au-1 In question, born nnd nnturnllzed re(
gust 12, 1S9S. aro hereby declared to bo spectlvcly In the Hawaiian Islands,
citizens' of the United States and cltl- were In fart citizens of the Republic of
zens of the Terrttorx of Hnwall' This Hawaii, under tho constitution and
language Is positive and unqualified
and leaves nothing to construe. Con-
gross knew tho situation In the Hnwa
llnn Islands as well as tho citizens In
this country, and understood tho laws
of the foimer Republic which weio
continued, repealed or subjected to
"It Is worthy of remark In this con
nection that sec. 2 of this bill to pro
vide a government for Porto Rico, ns
Introduced, declnred that nil tho In
habitants of the Island, with n certain
qualification or exception.
deemed nnd held to bo, citizens of the
United States." This provision was
ARE YOU DEAF??
Krerr kind of rirnfnrftft and (llfflcMlt hear
! ' '"" 1'iou n.r InYemlum nnlr
III I In I'll rreflhu ill i.lirr. Send tiarttculart aboil
roiirrnae O1n.11 Inllon nnd adrice fire, Vitrf
iim miii inru lilmel( ut hi. uwu liunie ai Vfrr
DIR. OALTOiTS AURAL CLINIC,
iiiin a urn. finruin. 11.1... ti ft. A,
and Rattan Chairs,
Tor catlnff, Jrlnklnj,an4 cooking-,
rtm:, nzuciors, xcramor
which cu & co im
Bre.kf.-t Con, 1 3 lb. U.
Btl.r'a Choc.Ul.(Bw,.tM.dl, I 9 1. MM.
Omul Swtt ChneoLto, 1-4 lb. ekM.
rod tLt or liadino ocoit.
Walter Bakor & Go. ltd.
Dorchtiter, Mm., U. S. A.
Btrlckcn out (sec sec.
of the Act. 31
Stnt., 77, 79) before the bill became
law. tint In the Hawaiian case Con
gress. after annexation admitted tho
Island ns a territory, established a ter
rltorlal government, and did not wlth-
hold or limit the privilege of citizen-
ship, which was within Its compctenco
to do, but expressly granted that prlvl-
lege to all persons who were citizens
of the ltcpubllc of Hawaii on tho date
flxed. Congress said a very plain
thing, nnd must be understood to have
meant what It said
"In consideration of the foregoing
authorities nnd reasoning. I am unable
'to agree with the conclusions upon this
United States, leading to tho pre
possession thnt this grant of privilege
Is dldlcult to conceive or Impossible to
suppose, may not Justly be Invoked
to support n persuasion thnt Congress
did not Intend 'to admit to tho full
rights of citizenship a class of Chinese
persons In n distant land who. If they
had been domiciled In our mldsl. could
under no circumstances become citizen
would not have been entitled to natu
lallzatlon In this country, on thu oth
er hand If born In the United Stnt.'s,
under a status ns defined In the Wong
Kim Ark decision, they would have
, laws thereof, on August 1.'. ivjs. ami
.have not slnco thnt date abandoned or
lost their right ns such.'
llore unci Uncle Overbonrcl.
A horso and a hack driven by Man
uel Phillips fell Into the bay off tho
driveway connecting the esplanade
with tho Navy wharf last night.
Tho placo vvhero tho accident hap
pened Is a dangerous one nfter dark
and It Is a wonder thnt. In Its unpro
tected condition, many nccldents of tho
MnA hav0 not occurred.
Tho horse nnd hack were rescued af
ter two hours' hard work by mounted
patrolmen assisted by peoplo who
chanced to bo In the vicinity.
TO CURE A UULU IN ONE DAT
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money It It
falls to cure. E. W. a rove's signature
Is on each box. 25 centa.
R. WILCOX VOLUNTEERED
AS ALLY OF AGUINALDO
Attorney Gear's Fight to Unseat Ha
waii's Delegate Wilcox Refuses
to Make Extended Reply
Details of Petition.
(By Associated Press.)
Washington, Feb. 1. A petition
containing Berlous chnrges was sub
mitted today to the House Commlttco
on Elections No. 1 against Delegate
II. W. Wilcox, tho Hnwnllan Ilcpre
sentntive In tho House of Ileprcsenta
tlves. The charges aro made In writ
ing by George D. dear of Hawaii, who
submitted letters purporting to bo
copies of letters written by Wilcox to
Filipino ouTctnls. Tho letters aro of a
highly sensational character. Ono of
tho b'tters said to have been written
by Wilcox Is given In duplicate, bear
Ing the alleged signature of Wilcox.
It Is dated Honolulu, January .11,
1899. and addressed to Dr. J. Joseph
Losadn. Captain MnrtL riurgos nnd
Senor J I.una, nnd Introduced to them
"a friend of mine who Is a very able
man to help you In your cause."
Among other things, the letter says:
"Mr. will bo n useful ally to
fight for tho cause of tho Filipinos.
"One thing Is sure, thnt you could
resist ngnlnst nny nrmy of Invasion
ou hnve a population of 12,000,000
nnd already n disciplined army of 30,
000 will bo equipped with modern
"I liuvo already made up my mind
to Join with yon In your country
ngnlnst America In cnRC they Insist
to Iqnoro the right, the Just'co o." your
cause. I know well my pro'ession ns
nn artillery offlcer. 1 have no tear of
tho whole world when I Pint foe n leg.
Itlmnte cause like oiiis. Between
General Agulnnldn'H determination
nnd myself It would bo n very llttlo
chance left to thu Invading Army ot
tho United States to conquer your
country Tell General Agulnnldo I am
ready given my servlco for your coun
try, and I nm ready to obey orders to
go to your country nnd fight for tho
Independence of your peoplo nnd coun
try at any moment."
The letter Is signed Robert Wilcox.
Another letter, dated Honolulu,
March S, 1S99, says: "I am thinking
of going to tho Thlllpplno Islands and
give my assistance to Agulnnldo
against tho Invaders tho hypocritical
Yankees the carpet-bag politician
Wilcox declined to make any ex.
tended nnswer to the chartrcs filed
by Gear. Ho says he has no fenr of
the charges made. Ho admits that ho
wrote n letter to T)r. Losada, Captain
Durgos nnd Senor I.unn Introducing C.
Caesar Moreno, nn Italian of this clfy,
whom ho had known while tho latter
wns In Hawaii In the eighties, I'or a
few days ho was Secretary of State.
Mr. Wilcox says Moreno Is th"o person
to whom tho unaddresscd letter filed
by Gear was addressed, but he said ho
was unab.c after n cursory examina
tion, to sny whether tho letters filed
were uxnet copies of those ho sent.
Tho petition of Gear recites that
there was no election machinery when
Wilms wns elected Delegate Novem
ber 0, 1900, and that many voters did
not ..ellovo a valid election could ho
held without It, r- "-ereforo made no
nttempt to vote. Tho petition then
brings personnl charges against Wil
cox relating to his marrlago and also
to his career, under tho kingdom of
Hawaii. It Is also alleged "that Wil
cox In his speeches prior to tho elec
tion tnnilo iiso of tho strongest nntl
American utterances for tho purpose
of carrying the election, telling tho
natlvo Havvallnns that tho Amerlcnns
had stolen their country nnd that a
vnto for him was n vote for tho res
toration of tho Queen, and that it ho
wcro elected tho Queen would bo re
stored; thnt Wilcox was guilty of trea
son against tho United States In that
ho did, as petitioner Is Informed and
believes, slnco the annexation of said
Hawaiian Islands, write and send
through tho United Stntes malls cer
tain letters of a highly treasonable
nature, wherein ho did counsel nnd
Incite others to engago In open rebel
l.nn against tho United StateB and did
offer his services to General Agulnaldo
to go to tho Philippines and fight nnd
engage In open rebellion against tho
United States, copies of which letter
nre herewith filed."
Tho petition concludes as follows;
"Whercfoie by reason of tho foro
going fncts, petitioner submits that
said Wilcox Is not entitled to a seat
In the Ilnuso of Representatives dur
ing tho Ulfty-slxth or Flfty-sovcnth
Congresses, and that ,ho Bhould bo
ousted therefrom for the following
"Flist necnuso no legal election
was or could bo held until a mode
of holding -tho samo should bo provid
ed by tho Legislature of Hawaii.
"Second If said olectlon was legal,
Wilcox should ho unseated nnd expell
ed bee nuso of not being n fit nnd prop
er man to represent tho Territory of
Hawaii, nnd because ho Is guilty bf
tho crlmo ot bigamy.
"Thlid That said Wilcox should bo
unseated nnd expelled becauso of hav
ing written and uttered treasonable
language against tho United States
within tho two years last past."
Rheumatism hns been cureil In n
multitude of eases during the past slx'v
years by PAIN-KILLER. This potent
remedy rubbed vlgoiously In nnd
around tho suffering parts, will relieve
nil stiffness, reduce the swelling, and
kill all pain. Tho most stubborn'caseu
yield to tlila treatment when persevere l
In. Avoid substitutes, there Is but ono
Pain-Killer, Perry Davis' 25c nniJ GOc,
Camnrlnos receives for his tefiigera
tors nil the California fruits of tho sea
son by every cold stoingo steamer. He
always has on hand a stock of fresh
qpplcs, grapes, oranges, etc. Send your
orders by phone, No. Main 378. '
Agents. Brokers and Jobbers
S. S "Santa Anna"
WILL TAKE PASSENGERS
TOR SAN FRANCIsCO.
Sailing date on or about
February 12th, 1001.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, Ltd.
AGENTS. JUDD BUILDINO.
CASTLE k COOKh
rut Walalua Atrlcultiral Co., L t,'.
fta Kohala Sural C
Tha Walan.a butir I till Ca.
Tha Fulton Iron Wofkl. SI. loall, ,
in. Standard Oil Co,
rna Co. F, Blaka SUaai Piatt.
Th. New England Ufa losnraaca Co, oll.t
Toa Xitna Flio Ini. Co. ol Hartfaff. Con
Tha Altlanca Atturaoco Co of Loal.0.
V. G.Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Refinery Co., ot Baa
Baldwin Locomotive Work, tt
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Nation!
Cane Shredder), New York. U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical FertlH
Alex. Cross. & Sons, high grade r
tlllzers for Cane and Coffee).
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
Parafllne Paint Co.'a P. & D. Paiitt
and Papers; Lucol and Lint
Oils, raw" nnd boiled,
Indurlne (a cold-water paint),
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement,
LIFE and FIRE
New England mutual Liph In
surance Co. of Boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Compart
ftfm. G. Irwin & Cg
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manifu
Claus Sprockets Vlco Preildrak
W. M. aiftard ..Second Vice Preside
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and BM.
Geo. J. Ross Audits
aQISTS 05 TD
IUBANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPAQ
OF RAN PRANOTROn r"
BREWER C6., M'k,
Oman til, Honolulu H.l
Hawaiian Acrlculhiiat Co-;a, Aaorlcas in
Company, OoEala Sural Plant. Co , Oooaaa Itiai
Co.. Hononu bucar Co . Walluku Sural Co . ataio,
Sut ar Co . Haliakala Ranch Co., MoTokat Raaaki
Planui'a Llna San Ft 3tco Packat hat, l va,
. Co.'a Llna of Boatn Packat.
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooke, President; Oeorre
Robertsou, Manager) E. F. Bishop
Trouurer and Secretary; Col. W, 1
Allen, Audit r; P. O. Jones, H. Wti
limine. Geo. R. Cfcrtnr. THiwfow
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU,
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Baloise Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Mach na. Ht.
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
UUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE Wf IT WILL PAY YOU TO
""" BUY TOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P. O. BOX 535. S. W. LLDERLR,
HAWAII SHIMPO SUA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII "sHIMPO,',
- tha only dally Japanese paper publlthed
In the Territory ot Hawaii
Y. SOGA, Editor.
ter Editorial and Printing Oif,.c. n.ar
King bridge King street. P. O Boxgo7.
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