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EVENING D0LLET1N, HONOLULU, T. H., THU11SDAY, MARCH 1. 1506.
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A Optimistic Light
In Spring and Summer
NOW ON SALE
CREAM, MULL SUITS
Embroidery and Lace Trimmed.
Handsome White Silk Suits
elaborately trimmed, very styllih and Inexpensive.
The New Pony Suits
Very latest, In linen and mercerized poplin. - Very lultable
(or this climate. ,
In sett. Allover, edging and Insertion to match.
New All Over Laces
with edgings and Insertions to match.
DOUBLE THREAD VALENCIENNE8 LACES. ,
New patterns, with edgings and Insertions to match.
Dainty Wash Fabrics
New materials, new designs. A wealth of pretty goods for'
SATIN 8TRIPED PRINTED TISSUES
lacy effects, all rtsN patterns and elegant colorings, at 25 a yd.
Very sheer, elegant designs and colorings, extra fine quality,
from !JOd a yd. upwards.
Printed Silk Organdies
for afternoon and evening wear, exquli
for afternoon and evening wear,
New patterns and dainty eolcrlngs at 20t yd
Ladies Swiss Vests
for low neck dresses; no shoulder straps, 25J,
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
COHNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
Xhere isMifflNC Im
, UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
SACH8' BLOCK, COR. FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
MODERN furnished apartments, single rooms and suites. Electric
light and running water In all rooms. Excellent bath-rooms are a feature
of this establishment.
The second floor will be available shortly and applications for furnish
ed or unfurnished rooms on this floor aro now being received.
VISITOR8 FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS WH.L FIND THE
MAJESTIC A COMFORTABLE HOME
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES GLEANING GO.
J. F. COLBURN III, Manag Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
exquisite designs and colors,
Honolulu. Phone White 133 J
A Dead Swell
1906 EXCLU8IVE 8UITING3
$20 to 30 per Suit
Geo. A Martin
HEALTH BOARD WANTS CREMATORY USED
When the question of public iliimp-( As directed by you, I made Inquiries
Ing grounds wag brought up by Prcsl- of the most responsible residents of
dent Plnkham at tho meeting of the North and South Kona as to the Iron
Hoard of Health yesterday afternoon, blcs that have been given such public
the unexpected happened. Plnkham Ity.
said that the Supervisors did not wish I I hand you for your private perusal
to run the garbage crematory at an ex- the replies received. You will note
penso of $800 per month, when dump- thero Is but one letter criticising Dr.
Ing grounds could be used for $120. jaoodhue, and that Is bnsed on personal
Dr. Wayson, however, opposed the differences. It would require a special
dumps. He thought that the $15.000 1 Investigation to determine the equities
crematory should be used, nnd moved In this case. The correspondents gen
that no public dumping grounds be al- orally have been frank and their desire
lowed In Honolulu and that the use of to avoid publicity nnd consequent an-
the crematory bo recommended to the
Supervisors. This motion carried In
splto of tho fact that It was feared by
dome of the-members that a row with
the Supervisors would be the result.
"Someone will have to back down,"
said V. C. Smith.
"Well, I won't," said Dr. Wayson.
"At least not If you other members
stay wltn me.
Tlie other members said, they would I
stay with Wayson. and Plnkham hinted
at a solution of the dimculty by tow-1
Infr thA trnrtlAfrft nut In ann na wd. Ann .
In former years.
Incidentally, said Plnkham, the ab.'ll22 miles to make 185 visits, has had
ollshlng of dumping grounds knocked 173 nfflce calls, vaccinated 366 children
out a mosquito regulation, which ho J nnd Issued 873 school certificates lor
was Just going1 to present, aa one could which his salary has been $876.
not compel residents not to throw i From the evidence before us I can
tholr cans about when there was no sen but one dignified and self-respect-public
dumping grounds for them. ling course for the Hoard to take and
Dumping grounds were sot aside at that Is to sustain tho Government Phy-
iiiio, vanuKu nnu i-anaina.
ins uoodhue-Alcherlcy row was
next taken up. Plnkham's message
treated tne matter as follows;
BAR ASSOCIATION TO USfe
INFLUENCE IN LEGISLATION
MEMBERS HOLD ANNUAL MEET-
ING, CHANGE BY-LAW AND AP-
POINT VARIOUS COM-
Members of the Bar Association of
tho Hawaiian Islands are determined
to take action regarding the passage
of Congressional legislation that will
In any way affect them, and with that
end In view a committee, was appoint,
ed at the quarterly meeting of the As-
soclatlon yesterday afternoon to keen
tho member posted. The committee,
which cnnslstR of tho president of the
Association as ex-ofllclo member, Ed-
ward I). McClanahan nnd Robert W.
Dreckons, will try to prevent theffort
now being made to permit Judges from
tho States to servo hero during the In-
nblllty of any local Judgo to act.
Another committee, consisting of
Messrs. Dallou, Lewis, Derby, Perry
and Clomons, was appointed to confer
with tbo Supremo Court concerning
the proposed change of rules.
Complaint was made by Home of
those present that It wns not possible
far them to gain admlttanco to the law
library at such times as they most de
sired It Tho building Is gcncrnlly
locked during the ovcnlngs and on hol
idays, and no key Is available, to tbo
lawyers, It wns decided tho key should
bo left with tho night watchman for
the uao of thoso .members of the bar
who might wish to mako use of tho
books during the evening. A commit
tee consisting of Messrs. Dunne, and
Porry was appointed to confer with .
tho court judges on the matter.
An effort to have the constitution in full rorco and enect the petitioner Is
amended reducing tho fees ftom $5 a untitled .to his discharge. ,Ho con
year to $2.50 a, year, met with a pro- tnnds, however, that this section has
test from Secretary Whitney, who de- been amended, tho words "at hard la
rlared thero would not be enough In- bor" having been eliminated therefrom
come In that caso to meet tho du- by force of Acts 33, 58 and 69, Laws of
mands. He stated that a great mini- 1905. I am unable to' concur In this
ber of tho membors aro already behind view. Of course, the only ground upon
In their dues, somo of them for two which tho repeal can bu claimed Is
and three yenrs. His protest was sue- that by Implication. "Implied repeals
restful In killing the effort to lower
Some discussion resulted concerning
what should be dono with tho members
who aro not paying their dues, and It
was decided that they should bo warn
ed to pay up before next meeting, and
It they fall lo do so, It was the senso
(if tho meeting that they he dropped
from tho membership roll.
Tho following amendments to tho
tonrtltutlon were adoptod:
Article 4, paragraph 1, to read as
follows: Tho annuul meeting of this
Association shall bo held on the last
Wednesday of tho month of May In
rnch nnd every year. Quarterly meet-
Ingj shall be held on tho last Wednes-
Jay or tho month ot August, Novejnuer
and February of each and every year.
Special meetings may be called at any
time at tho written request of not less
than ten members of tho Association,
upon forty-eight hours' notice tncrco: for trial or as a witness or for con
to bo given by mall to each momber, or tanirt or upon conviction of a mlsdo
by publication In any dally newspaper mear.or shall bo. Imprisoned In Oahu
published In Honolulu, stating the ob- prison,
ject ot such meotlng." i It will nlso bo observed that these
Article 6, to read as fallows: "Thero Acts (33, 58, 69) aro alllrmatlvo and do
shall be an admission fco of $5, and not contain repealing clauses. "Af-
annual dues of (5 payable semi annual- flrmatlve statutes which contain no
ly In advance." reference to existing statutes, either
Those present nt tho meeting wero: to amend or repeal them, Import that
A, Q. M. nohortson, president; Mes- tho lawmaker Iiob no conscious pur-
srs, Whitney, Perry, Stanley, Derby, pose to affect them, unless by congru-
Judge Robinson, McClanahan, Watson, piu addition." (Buth supra, 8ccs. 147-
Weaker. Rawlins. Llghtfoot, Thayer, in2). Whatever view may ho taken of
Mlddtedltch, Dallou, Lewis, Marx, With Iho btntutes of 1903, or whatever pos
Ington, Warren, Andrade, Anderson, slblo construction may bo placed upon
nnd demons, ; them, tho most that can be claimed Is
I that they deal with prisoners and con-
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers vlcts after trial. They, In no way.
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub.
noyance should be respected.
I can only say relative to the appre
hension of lepers Dr. Goodhue followed
my directions In urging that the people
voluntarily present themselves for ex-
rhU'7wU"U'mZ,r,7h " nn"
The doctor Informs me a warrant In- Ke "",?."" Tm'V ,,V n" n
tended for a kon who Is believed to bo!i"pcak lo the Jallor' not ,0 ,1,e
.-jiiyiM " Ki.ni uii ui luiuri. .1U.
In clean, and believes the scrying
Intantlannllv illvorin.l I
I have examined the records on fit
nf n r-u.1t...n'H ...n.1. rn. .1... nn. . . O
vM month, nn.i n,i h i,. .rnvi,i
siclnn and call the Incident closed.
Plnkham read extracts from somo of
the letters, nnd the whole bunch was
HABEAS CORPUS CASE
I jmigo lie Holt yesterday decided the
Important question rnlsed by Judges
.dear, and Humphreys In the Chun
Hoon habeas corpus raso In their fn
vor, giving their, client his discharge.
The decision rends as follows.
Tho petitioner was proxocuted.
found guilty ami sentenced to Imprls-
onmtnt for one year In Honolulu Jail
by tho District Magistrate of Honolulu
without a presentment or Indictment
of n (irund Jury and without a trir by)
lury, on a charge of aiding and nilst.!
Ing In maintaining a certain lottery, to I
wit: chc-fa, contrary to Section '3173,
nf the Revised I.nwB. Thereupon ho
died his petition herein for this writ
of habeas corpus, nlleglng that tho
Ju!gnient of conviction was void for
various reasons. Including those nbovo
ho was released on ball pending these,
I proceedings. In view of the conclusion
I have reached regarding the alleged
repeal or modification of Section 317!)
of tbo Revised Ijiws, hereinafter dls-
cussed, I deem It unnecessary to make
n more complete statement of the
farts than as stated nbovo, or to ron-
alder any other phase of the question
Tbo question thus presented, how-
over, Is, Was tho Judgment of convic
tion by tho District Magistrate void
or not? Section 3179 rends as follow s
"Every person guilty of a misdemea
nor as provided In sections 3172-3182,
shall bo punlshnblo by a fine of not
more thnn one thousand dollars, or Im
prisoned at hard labor not exceeding
It Is conceded by the Deputy Attor-
ncy General that If this section Is not
arc npt favored. One statuto Is not re-
pugnant to another unless they relate
to tbo same subject and are enacted
for the same-purpose." (Buth. Bt Con.
Bee. 138.) It will bo observed that
Act 33 relates only to fines and cotts
In criminal catfeB and amends Sections
28SC, 2887 and 2888 of tho Revised
Laws. To my mind tho solo purpose
mid legislative Intent of these sections
and tho amendatory Act was and Is ob.
vlously to provide for the collection of
lines and costs In criminal cases. Tho
Legislature was only dealing with pun
Ishmt-nt by flno and not by Imilrlson
mor.l. Acts S8 and SO are, In effect, the
converse of each othor, and In no way,
as It seems to mo, have any reference
to sec. 3179 (mith. supra, sec. us),
Act 58 provides that no felon or per-
uon suffering Infamous punishment
shall bo confined In Honolulu Jail.whllo
Act 69 provides that no person held
Uavo or mako reforenro to or purport
to regulate tne inai, or cnango or pro-
IN ffll Ml
Any woman who Buffers from
cramps, Backache, Nervous crl
Sick Headache, Poor Appetite, Cos-
tlveness or General Weakness
needs tho Dltters to make her well!
again. It has cured thousands In'
the past SO years. In canes of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
stands first. Try a bottle.
fcrlbe the punishment to bo Imposed
v. ,- !,.,,. .,u ,
offense should bo Jeopardized in his
rights, which are guaranteed to him
by the fundamental law of the land.
' ? nny such vague uncertain and Indef
Inlte legislation as we And In these
lets of 1905.
In my opinion Section 3179 of the
Revised Laws has not been nmended
or modified, but Is In full force and
effect. That being true, nnd the pun
ishment therein prescribed, which may
bo Imposed, being Infamous In Its na
ture, It follows that tho Judgment of
'conviction by tho District Maglstrato
was anu is voiu: rirsi, uccauc mo
ttatuto does not permit n sentence of
Imprisonment without hard labor (Tcr.
n. Savldgc, 14 Haw, 286); and, sec
end, becnuso, under the Constitution
Of tho United States, In criminal of
fenses of this character there must bu
I piescntmcnt or Indictment of n
(Irnnd Jury In a court of competent Ju
risdiction. The petitioner Is discharg
ed. J, T. DB DOLT.
SENATE COMMITTEE ON THE
Wo all do know the compromlso
Thul Jncoli made with Lnban;
Whereby, tho' Lnban seemed to hold
Yet Jacob, by a trick, till then tin-
So multiplied the wages paid In kind
iTlut he became
the richer of tho
Such compromises hnve come down
Bvon to our day; and, when tho Orl
Who fears to fight, yet never falls' to
(Comes unto us with sadness In his eye
Tears In his volco and something up
Wo ever should reply, "Nay! Nay!
Tbo Scripture plainly says: 'In vain
"Doth set his snare In sight of any
H'en though ou get a doughty cham
pion "To plead your cause, wo won't forget
'And when ho bids us lovo the Fili
pino, "Wo'll ask what love has 'Klllp' for
"And bid him go his ways."
I). D. C.
Telephone Main 78
Gitv Meat Market
For Choice Island Beef and Vege
tables. California products by every
ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
f: d. wicke,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Oflfc and Store Fitting, Cabinet Mak
Ing and Polishing; Calibash Turn
Ing; Repairing and General Jobbing
:82 ALAKEA ST., rear Y. M. C. N
William T. Pafy,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Dulldlng Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phono Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
that suits everyone's taste Is the one
tervetf by the
OPP. POLICE 8TATI0N.
W. G. LET,
SANITARY PLUMBING AND TIN
WAIKIKI 8IDE SMITH 8T.
Bet. HOTEL and PAUAHI
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
LARGE STOCK OF
TELEPHONE WHITE 716.
Let your Hunt so shine that
m as you desire.
Have electric lights In every
You don't have to burn all the
ftrlc lights are Installed you can have alt you want, any minute, just
where you want. 9
We would Ilka to wire your house for you. You will be surprised at S
tne lowness or tne cost, we shall
intormauon on me suoject.
1 Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd. I
Office, King St, near Alakea.
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To Our Patrons a
We are now located In the new brick building on King
street, between Maunakea and Kekaullke streets, where we will
be pleased to serve you with first-class goods In the meat line.
Our prices will always be fair.
We are supplied by the "Hind," "Magulre" and "Greenwell"
Ranches of the Island of Hawaii, with prime beef cattle, and the
killing and dressing of all animals at our own slaughter house -
at Katlhl Is done In a most sanitary manner and directly under w
the dally examination of the meat Inspector of the Board of ""
Soliciting your patronage, we are, -m
Very respectfully yours, -
C. Q. YEEJOP & CO.
y TELEPHONE MAIN 251.
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Hnvo nil Othur ' Plavora Aliio
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
We are prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Freshest H
ISLAND' MEATS. Also, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chick
ens, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, sverythlnn a FIRST!
CLA8S MARKET Is called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE. Manaeer. '
TELEPHONE MAIN 7S. FORT ST- OPP. LOVE ILM
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and save you money.
Dealeri b STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouie, 126 Kin St. Phone Main 58
: SELECT WITH CARE YOUR ARCHITECT I
It means much to you. The home you build expresses your per-
nallty. "Through Its halls runs the story of your life." Your T
me should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help
you make every dollar count.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
Y. SUGA SHOTEN
WlioluMalo Retail Liquor Dealer,
B.g 8tock of Japanese and America Liquors, 'lnial Salorn In connection.
'OHTOPFICE ROX R6
number of fine mlle .; also
driving horses and chickens.
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
It leaves you free to be as cheerful
room, In the kitchen and In the M
llahts all the time: but once elee
be happy to supply you with run
'Phone, Main 390.
OFF ? J
rELEP NE MAIN St.
have opened a horse-shoe.
Ing department la connec. '
tlon with their carriage
hop, etc. Having; secur
ed the services of a first,
class she fcy are pre- A
pared to do ait work In. xff
trusted to them In a first- '
class manner. 'Hk!
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