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best market, how much money could
you save In a vear7 A turn larci
M I ' i onugh to pay yourself good wage
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WILL USE BULLETIN ADS STEADILY
. LETIN AD8.
Vol. XV III No. 327 L
HONOLULU. TERRITORY Of HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 3. 1900
Pbioh 5 Cents,
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Korea Jan. 6 i . .Sy "1 "
Ventura , Jan. 10 i ? I I Vwyil lM-m. V4r Wm. - s"kA
Mloweiu Jan. 13 vSte
. For Vancouvsrl i W&9T
' ) Moana ...Jan. 10
ATKINSON WILL GO
At Once To The Azores
r FOR IMMIGRANTS
SECRETARY CABLES HIS ACCEPTANCE '
A. L-. C. Atkinson cables from Wash
ington tho Territorial Hoard of Immi
gration that he accepts tho mission ta
tho Azores In search of 6,000 Portu
guese agricultural families to come to
lluwall, anil that ho will go at once.
Immigration Commissioner J. P.
Cooke this morning received a cable
cram from tho Territorial Secretary
tnd Chairman of tho Territorial Hoard
cl Immigration to tho effect that he
had received tho letter of Instructions
cent by the Board n regard to the
work preliminary to securing tho do
ll red Immigrants and that, accepting
tho duties set forth, ho -would depart
upon tho business Immediately.
Mr. Cooke, ax the regular meeting of
tho Hoard of Immigration at 8:3Q
o'clock this morning, no tilled his fellow
commissioners of tho receipt of the
cablo from their chairman. This was
oil the business done at tho meeting.
No action was necessary and nono was
token beyond recording the fact that
Mr. Atkinson had accepted.
Mr. Cooke did not deem It wise at
the present tlmo to give out tho full
text of tho cable from Jack (or publi
cation. He stated that Mr. Atkinson
had accepted the proposition and that
ho would loso no tlmo in getting to the
Azores and, possibly the Madeira Is
lands. Should he fall to flnd-condltlont
cither In tho Azores or Madeira such
as show good prospects of securing the
required I'ortugucso families, the Ter
ritorial Secretary will probably go to
Northern Italy and seo what can bo
done there. It Is thought, however, that
he will have to go no further than the
Mr. Atkinson Is expected back Id
Honolulu about tho first of April. On
bis return the matter of sending a man
to tako charge of seeing that the Im
migrants get hero will bo settled by
the Hoard. Atkinson will look up the
matter of a steamship, for the trans
portation of the Immigrants, in New
York. Aa previously published, the
shipment of laborers and future clt
lions will probably come by the To
hauntcpec route In July or August.
This morning J. P. Cooke, W. O
Smith, W. M. Olrtard and Alexander
Young, the latter Incidentally, were ob
served on the street In significant com
munion. Theso gentlemen represent
Immigration, plantation, steamship
and general business Interests and It
Is not every day that such representa
tive street-corner confab Is held. Dul
lness men In passing, turned with tho
remark: "Something doing!"
They may have been discussing the
glorious future of Honolulu 'or they
may liavo been debating tho possibility
of moro rain, or they may have been
talking of the cable from Jack.
Order a' bunch at tho WELLS FAR
CO offlco for the 8. S. Alameda, due
to sail for the Coast on Jan. 3d.
i MAKERS fltVyRK
Jj Correct Chfks for Men u(
ir v jvt'j-f it v i
THIS AFTERNOON TO
The Washington delogat'in, W. O.
Smith, O. W. Smith, M. P. Koblnson,
U. A. Mclnerny and J. It. Gait, are
tailed to meet with Governor Carter In
the Governor's office this afternoon, to
discuss tho details of tho mission to
tho capital to urge rovenuo for Hawaii,
Chairman W. O. Smith this morning
sent out calls to each members of the
delegation to join him at the Gover
nor's omce, for consultation.
The matter of a press representative
accompanying tho delegation to Wash
ington Is at present all In the air, with
Oeorgo Henshall's namo leading what
talk there. Is for tho proposition.
Said a member of tho delegation this
afternoon. Tho matter has not been
discussed at all; Indeed, the members
have had no consultation on anything
to do with tho trip. All I know Is that
we are to meet at the Governor's ofllco
it 2 o'clock this afternoon.
If tho delegates have not discussed
tho matter of the press representative,
outsiders have and while many favor
tho idea they do not agree with a man
who remarked this morning:
"What! Tako a press representative
along! Why not also tako a doctor and
Others havo voiced similar senti
ments. What the delegates think re
mains to be seen.
"That will probably be, settled this
afternoon," said one of the committee
J iCK TOJiO ALONE
Commissioner J. P. Cooke reported
at a special meeting of tho Doard of
Immigration this afternoon that Treas
urei Hutchinson of Qonsalvcs Co.,
who had been suggested as going to the
Azores for laborers, had stated that
he could not possibly go. Hutchinson
thought no one but Secretary Atkinson
would be needed In the preliminary
work. Atkinson was this afternoon
cabled to proceed alone. An assistant
v juld bo sent later If needed. He was
asked to cable the date of his depart
use, from the States for the Azores.
Atkinson In his cable tn the Hoard, re
ceived today, asked for Hutchinson as
on assistant. n
George D. Goar has opened law of
fices In tho rooms formerly occupied
by Mr. Justice Hatch on Kaahumanu
Ellis "Is that man Browne so close-
fisted!" WIII-"Well, I should say bo.
I He always tears his money In trying to
' part with It."
For equal or more money no
rain coat is as good as those
bearing this lab:l
MAKERS NEW YRK
Their beauty and all-round
superiority has, made them
the choice of all men'
$18,00 to $26.00
For sale only by
l LIMITED AGENTS-y
tli 1 SKIES
Deeds were yesterday filed for rec
ord whereby Governor A. 8. Clcghoru
acquires all the Interest of David Kit
wananakoa and Jonah Kalanlanaote to
the belongings of the late Princess
Mkcllko Miriam Cleghorn. In one
Iced Kavvananakoa and Kalanlanaote,
In consideration of J 5000. sell to E. A.
C. Long all their interest in tho real cs.
tate and personal property of Llkcllke,
the deed being acknowledged by their
In tho second deed the Kaplotanl es
tate, Ltd., sells tho above named prop
erly to Governor Cleghorn for tho sum
of 110,000, v.hlle E. A. C. Long, for
the consideration of $1, releases all his
interest therein, conveyed to him In tho
deed delivered him by Kawananakoa
ii of mm
Oeo. W. Smith, W. 0. Smith, MP.
Robinson, I!. A. Mclnerny and J. H.
Gait, the members of tho delegation
selected to gq to Washington, this after
noon at 2 o'clock held a conference with
Governor Carter. O. W. 8mlth stated.
Just beforo the conference began, that
he did not know what the object of it
was. Ho had been asked by W, O.
Smith to attend. He thought a general
discussion would take place.
There was talk down town this af
ternoon that Governor Carter mlcht
go on with the delegation, but he can
not very well do this with tho Terri
torial Secretary away.
10 THEIR IEIS
The Hawaiian custom of throwing
lels to friends on shoro whom they arc
leaving behind, perhaps .forever, Is
still In evidence at the departure of all
ocean vessels, but many of thtf tour
'sts and 'other now'-comers refuse ta
adopt the much-loved practice: they
(Mink too much of the beautiful flow
ers themselves and prefer to tako
them away. This fact Is particularly
noticeable when tho boats aro pulling
out. Tho new-comers learn tho custom
by seeing the other people, Hawallans
and Honolulu residents, and In case
they aro fortunate enough to have
Iricnda at tho wharf to seo them off
they get busy waving handkerchiefs
or tipping their hats, but In the mean
time hang onto the lels. Now and then
a tourist will toss a wreath asboro,
Just for appearance's sake, but they
do not do It as a rule. Tho distribu
tion of lets at tho steamers Is a cus
tom that is over remembered by tho
rtople who visit tho islands.
It takes some people longer to make
up their mind than the sizo of the
mind would seem to warrant.
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Circuit Courts Have,
Power To Naturalize
DISSENTING OPINION BY HARTWELL
The first dissenting opinion filed by
mv uuim-iuv mud mm us present it uppiicnnts wnero sucn courts usual
crsonncl was rendered this morning ly sit ns would In many Instances ho
In tho famous Morlta Kalzu case. In trohlbltivo. Such Jurisdiction has
wmcli tho Court decided that tho Clr-
cult Courts havo power to naturalize.
Jtistlco Hartwcll dissenting. Tho syl
labus Is as follows:
Under tho naturalization laws nf thn
Tnlted States and the Organic Art tha
Circuit Courts or this Territory have
lower to naturalize.
Says the opinion of the court by Wit
tier, J Hartwcll, J dissenting:
Defendant was indicted for murder
by a Grand Jury composed of sixteen
members at the August, 190S, term of
the Circuit Court of tho Fourth Cir
cuit. Ho filed a plea In abatement to
the effect that eight of tha members of
the Grand Jury wcro aliens and there
fore Incllglblo and Incompetent to act.
It appeared that soma time between
June 14, 1900, and August 1, 1905, each
dI said eight Grand Jurors being enti
tled to be naturalized applied for a
judgment of naturalization to the Cir
cuit Court of tho Fourth Circuit, and
upon such applications being consid
ered tho Court pronounced upon carh
of tho applicants a Judgment of natur
alization. Tho main question for decision Is
whether under tho naturalization laws
of tho United Slates and the Orgrtnlc
Act of this Territory tho Circuit
Kro.ztcn,, TorrUory havo
nro similar to those between Federal
lourt. and .tate courU.
Congress not havlnc osfabllsheJ
within thlsTmltorVIhoordlMrj Tor-
li 'iV".... . .rV..? r 1,"l?,.T.or;
system slmllsr to that In the several
states, It follows that tho Jurisdiction
to naturalize In thlsTerrltory should bo
and I. the same a. In a Stte. namely,.
IV n initrt rtr rArflM hnulno' itstn-i rnnti
law Jurisdiction and a seal and clerk.
Each of our Circuit Courts U a court
of record having common.law. Jurlsdlc-
lf,tn nn.l a nn.l nrf ntit.l., That tfcla
was the Intention of Congress wo have'
no doubt, when it is considered that
Congress established in this Torritory
n m.trixt rn..rf f tho linitnrt Riniog
iho same as Is established in every
State of tho Union, and which has, of
course, power to naturalize.
The privilege or becomlug an Amcr-' """'"" "' "-" " chciujt iicu
lean citizen Is a great one. but tho num" The Coucord has a tonnago of 1700,
her of courts with Jurisdiction to nat-'wHh 4000 horsepower, twin screws and
urallze should not bo limited unless I""" classification that of a gunboat.
Congress expressly or by necessary, '' speed is 14 knots nn hour, l-rom
Intendment so provides. Tho tcnden-l the Sound she uveraged about 12 knots
cy of Congressional legislation on tho "" hour, except during tho storm.
Lubjcct has been to enlarge rather Tho officers of the gunboat Concord
than to diminish tho number of courts " follows: Commander, Clifford
which could naturalize. I J. Boush; executive officer, LIcuL It.
Thcro is also considerable force In C. Moody; navigator, Lieut. Z. K.
Iho argument that tho courts In this
Territory having practically tho samo
Inrlsillrtlon as tho ordinary Terrlto-
rial district courts, namely, inomsinct
court of tho Uulted States and toe Clr-;
cult Courts of the Territory, havo tho
uower to naturalize.
E.ch of tho threo reserved ques
tions Is answered In tho affirmative,
M. F, Prossor, Deputy Attorney Oen
tral, for tho Territory; Carl S. Smith,
Opinion by Frear.
Not only Is there no objection to
the exercise of such Jurisdiction by
M.ch Circuit Courts, for similar courts
throughout tho States and Territories
uerclse It, but It is particularly doslr
nbln that they should hnve It because
In four of the five circuits of the Terri
tory tho Supremo Court cannot sit
and In three tho United States District
Court does not sit and In ono of tho
bthcr two tho latter court sits ouly
once a year, although it Is permitted
by tho statute to sit gt other times and
places: and such time and cxpenso
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torlal Government and probably tho
majority, about a thousand, of natur-
(Contlnued on Page 4.)
The United States gunboat Concord,
Commander Cllffoid J. Housb, en route
to Cavlte to Join the Asiatic fleet, ar
rived this morning and Is docked at
the Naval wharf. Sho will take on
about 3000 tons of coal and probably
leavo for her station Saturday after
ioon. Sho has a complement of 190
men and is a. sister boat of the ill-fated
llcnnlngton, The Concord left Brem
erton, Washington, where she had been
SjJ"0 ihK & "m! ' .n .n m
" Z thl A.HnnllJ
' ? ' nr,i m, ?hi ... in . .,,
" f " "ttW,,
. " th,t',e !
"-r"u ' "" "" " "
WM ,caslck' 0n Christmas day no
illnner was served, although it had been
P"P"od. An elaborate spread was
J", ,"& bu' , f,a nied to
,0" ,he, boat ab01' "ko ,chl1' and
- J " - ! ,?,??
I " .,--. . .. wm v v
'ey nJ belpert themselves. .Many of
"" ""Y . " '"
never before experienced such rough
7ne Concord has been In Honolulu
w"n. vnr. uku. tTiiceu m
Lcrt.h,cro la,t w,cek l lho Lawton will
bo token aboard. During the Spanish-
American war tho Concord, at that
J ttxite WM Mlinlla ,whcn
i Dewey made his world renowned rep-
BrlERC chief engineer. Lieut. S.
i Woods; midshipmen, I.leuts. It. IL
Nalle, A. K. Bhoup. C. U Hand, D. W.
ubbic; water uuicern surgeon, ur. a.
&. recic. assistant paymaster, k. vv.
. Wilson, Jr.; pay clerk, L. W. Farr.
10 mi me position ot assistant post -
master left vacant by Louis Kenake.f
rosimasier i-rnu nas toaay prowotcu
iho nostnflke staff, nlnrlni; J. T. Rtnv.
ton as assistant. W. 8. Merchant now
becomes assistant cashier. Dlstrlb-
utor F. T. Sullivan becomes monoy
order clerk; J. K. Noholkalu becomes
distributor; N. K. Hoopll becomes mall-
Ing clerk; P. O. Jardln Is registry
clerk; A. P. Watson becomes general
ueuvery cierK anu w. u. retorson is
The TROPIC FRUIT COMPANY
has again commenced the shipment of
Its choleo pineapples to the mainland.
Leave orders at the Wells Fargo of
fice, King 8t
every professional and business of
British Were Ready
fAttocialta m BmH Cmtltl
ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 3, Admiral Rojestvensky, commander of lhe
Russian fleet destroyed by Admiral Togo, alleges In a letter published today
with the permission of the Russian Minister of Marine, that tho Brltlah had a
fleet In readiness to destroy the Russian fleet In case It had won the battle
of the Sea of Japan.
(Anocliled rrtt4i gonial CttUI
NEW YORK, Jan. 3 John A. McCall, President of the New York Ufa
insurance Company, has resigned and his resignation has been accepted. Al
exander E. Orr succeeds McCall.
MORALES BEATEN BACK.
tuttociattd prtu ir-ngr e-r-j
CAPE HAYTIEN, Jan. 3 President Morales with troop, under General
Rodrlguesz, attacked Puerto Plata today and retired with a number of killed
CITY OF PUEBLA
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 3. No
City of Puebla, reported yesterday as
Offer Of Molokans
"Tho split betwedn tho Moloktths, edas speedily as possible. Pratt ex
mentioned by Elder Sllvkoff in his pected in thU case to return Jan. 30.
letter to tho Governor, docs not amount' WUn rcKnrcl to the prlco offered by
to anything and that part of tho al- ,ho Molokani, Pratt staled definitely
fair Is not worrying ns," said Laud """ ,l was "hove tho valuation placed
Commissioner Pratt this mornlnc m the Kapaa lands by tho appraisers.
'The faction of Molokans who nro'
with Philip Shubln, the other elder.
fnd which wants to go to lands In
Texas, Is a very small fraction of tho
"Sbubln'n faction." continued Pratt,
"conslbts of only 31 families, or about
200 peoplo, which Is only about ono
llfth of the Molokan settlement nt Los
Angeles. As a matter of fact. Shu
bin's peoplo and tho rest of tho Mo
lokans aro of different clans or tribes.
tiywhatovcr you might call It. who are
bound together principally by having
(he samo religion. Tbo Shubln men
aro llght-halred, moro llko Georgians,
whllo tho rest aro dark and much dlf-
fcrent in appearance. Ono of these
clans comes from a place much
ttier north than tho other, and their
dialects aro very different.
"I am not surprised that Shubln Is
not In favor of Kauaa. While he was
hero he did not sav much and did not
, appear much worked up over tho pr
peels, Sllvkoff, on tho other band,
was very enthusiastic.
limit ani.l furihn. n.n i.a im.i.1
stood that considerable wireless trie-
graphing wns being dono between
Spalding and tho parties here, and that
un agreement seemed forthcoming
very soon, possibly today. Should
Cast lo and Hnnldlnn como anyvvherol
clobo to an agrcoment, Pratt, Spalding
r.nd Thurston, the latter representing
Castle, would leave for I-os Angeles
j-riuay, so as to deal directly with tno line of guilty. Bontenco was suspend
Molokans. and get tho matter nrrang- td for three months.
vt m ftasj a i
NOT HEARD FROM.
news has been received of the steamer
being towed to port with a broken ahaft.
Attorney General Peters has rendor-
'd opinion In tho matter of tho
Insane. Asylum contract which was
thrown up by the American-Hawaiian
Engineering & Construction Co. be
cause, of a disagreement In connection
fur-'with tho specifications, which do
manacu mat concrete mocks manufac-
lured under a certain pressure should
Holloway stated this morning that
be could not glvo out tbo opinion. Ac
tion against the sureties who gavo
londs for the satisfactory completion
of tho structure, would, howovor, bo
trstttutcd some time this month. Donds
were given In tbo sums ot $11,054.
(394 and S7C7 for different parts of
Iho work, aggregating over $13,000.
The bondsmen nro A. N. Campbell and,
Mr. Mason of Hllo.
I David Ilallo, charged with larcenjv.
In tho second degree, today wllnilfew :i
his plea of not guilty and substituted
If you tiro fond of rldtnif. tho
Mtyllah tHIntfe to weur'uro
theso Puttlo letgtnM.
RchIJch thulr tylo thoy
Icoup tho trouHont from
becoming wrlnlclod or
Genuine Pigskin Putties $8.00
Russia Leather $5.00
Russia leather spring leggins, with or i
without caps on front $5.00