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EVBN1N0 IHJLLET1N, HONOLULU. T. H., THUI18DAY, MATICI! 1. 166&.
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MAKCII 1. 1906.
Jnklnc aside, what eood use could
an honest people have for a man oriclos for children and that the teachers
men whoso stock In trad6 is deceit and furnish lists of truants to tho proba-
whoss weapon Is treachery? tlonary officers of tho various districts,
n - tho probationary officers to use their
Should there bo a war wltn uniua
fought with Chinese stinkpots, It will
bo a great opportunity for somo oi
the discredited politicians to shine.
Nanchang rioters have at least
knowledge that they can't wantonly
kill oft foreign devils without paylux
a hcav) prke In their own flesh and
There Is no politics In the public
schools, but the honest American cit
izens of Hawaii will be derelict In
their dut If they allow tho election
schools and thus aid In making Jan
itors of the teachers.
Wa)s of the law always went pJkt
finding out, for the la) man Here we
have n park, Territorial property, con
trolled by a Territorial Board of Com
missioners appointed by tbiv. Governor
This park may receive liberal contri
butions from the County The public
schools also controlled bv the Terri
tory, may not. Yet lavvjers do these
things and never crack a smile.
Honolulu gives $1000 a month or less
to Its Promotion Commlttie. Recent-
lv Rmprnl itinmliprn nf thA Denver
Plmmber nf Commorrn nnnouneeil thntifor such absence
they would be among a hundred to give Vhea tho reform schools were dls
$1000 each per annum for tho purpose cussed, It wns agreed that a trip
of advertising Denver and Colorado, should bo made by the Superintendent
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jnai is me sort oi iiconie wuu wnicu
Hawaii is la competition What wo
are now doing Is but a drop In the
bucket of what should be dono.
I R MOTION IB.'RESSIOH
Wnves of enthusiasm In Hawaii are
Invariably followed by a mornlng-aftet
feeling of depression and a temporary
conclusion nt least that the doll Is alf
A few weeks ago the arrival of many
visitors gave material demonstration
of the great value, of pronratlon woik
done, after a long, hard struggle foi
funds, Everyono spruced up and fell
happy. Tho Improvement Clubs wen
tormlng, everything was lovely.
During this period of enthusiasm
public Bplilt nnd business energy rose
to the point of sending the delegation
of business men on to Washington Ho
nolulii began to show real American
vim nnd all admitted that nlthougb
somo of these things cost money In Viii
Unit place they were such ventures uf
Mere worthy the moral nnd financial
support of large and small concerns.
The wave of civic zeal reached Its
climax on Washington's birthday when
the floral pa-u parade was all nnj
more than had been expected
Immediately after, some of our good
citizens apparently began to wondei
whether they had not done enough.
Thv tourists wero here and the Sallon
Home needed n little money, so II
night not bo harmful to squeeze tin
promotion funds a little. When ths
business delegates reached Washing
Ion, the country didn't tip up, conse
quently some one decided the nionej
wns wasted, and said so Later an In
dividual In Washington wrote to
friend In Honolulu that he didn't be
lleve Hawaii could ever get Its bill
through, because there Is so much op
position to It, and each member of
Congress has not Bald he will vote foi
Thus the period of depression ,
started, the pessimist Improved the op
portunity and the knocker put In ,i
rap as occasion offered, When tho
canvass for funds to properly handlj
the trans-Pacific yacht race, for which
Hawaii stands sponsor, was started,
some at least wcro primed' with the
query, "What's the usc7 '
Since. Honolulu has advanced so far
leioml its previous record for chic
unity and tlgoious promotion, it
would be unkind, and perhaps unjust to
offer Ujttord of criticism Our peopl
must remember. however, that In com
inunlly nff.ilrs as In private business
affairs the only assured method of sue
cess Is to keep constantly at It This
Is especially true of an)thlng nud ev
er) thing allied wit a promotion work.
The 5 ."'ht rate, for Instance, h.u
been advertised from one end of the
lountry to the other. Should Hawaii
fall to do Its natural feportsmanllkn
part In this event, Its neglect, Incapac
ity or Indifference will be as wldcl ad
It is not true tk.it Hawaii will re
main a tourist center without added
work find expenditure on the pnrt of
our people It Is not true that the
business delegation has been turned
down by Congress It Is not true thut
the mono) expended on this trip Is
wasted, It the present Congress should
not pass the bill at this session. It 14
not trua tb.it the yacht raco will sail
Itself to success without further assist
ance from Hawaii, tha promoter.
It Is not true that the public spirited
enthusiasm In evidence a few weeks
ago, Is dead.
The period of depression la here, and
i ne sooner me people recover itieru
selves the better. Tho Islands are, not
poverty smitten, though teachers may
bo expected to do Janitor work.
There Is no lime like tha present for
citizens of Hawaii to enthuse, and
provo that thy mean It by supporting
the ) acht race Then enthuse o cr the
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m-Ai kv"u vvufk turn comes niong, aim
Incidentally support it.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Babbitt' yestcrdny afternoon conferred
with tho probationer) officers, giving
them an earnest talk on tho subject of
school truants. Probationary officers,
serving by ilrtue of the Juvenile. Court
Act, who attended tho conference
wcro: Senator C II. Dickey, who Is
known as the father of the Juvenile
Court law here Ilev J H. Il)dcr, The
oduro Itlchards James II. Boyd, Attor
ney C II Hemenway, Ilcv. E. B. Tur
ner, Father Stephen, Itov. J. A. Jlath
and L)lo A Dickey
It was decided that tho principals of
3 1 the various schools be given lists of
thoso schools at present having vnenn
discretion In regard to what dlsposl-
Hon should bo made of tho chtldron,
whether they shall be arrested or not.
Where children are found to havo
staid away from school for long po-
nojn ana to navo been constant tru
ants, action may bo taken to put them
in the rcrorm schools If tho circum
stances so warrant. It was tho opinion
of tho meeting, generally expressed,
that thero wero a number of older chll
dren who bad deliberately Kept them
selves absent from school, somo of
them not blessed with tho homo life so
necessary to a child's proper up bring
every way In the Industrial schools.
Superintendent Babbitt reported
that thero wcro about 200 vacancies In
the various schools, which could tic
commodato children who were found
not to hnve been attending school for
a long period Ho spoko of ono boy
who had absented himself from school
for n whole )car. Somo of these iase
were hard to get track of, but the pro
bationary officers might niter this
It was understood that children
should not bo reported merely for ab
senting themselves from school for
ono day Thero might bo good reason
.-.in.l tlinun .ml.n t Innn a... rm .nu t...
." .uuanunuij uhiivib wuu
wumca to go, to -visit tne uoyr inuus
trial School at Walalao next Monday,
Father Stephen made tho suggestion.
Superintendent Babbitt said be would
endeavor to arrange reduced ratie for
In the course of his remarks to the
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Bedrooms $75 00
Emma St 30 00
Qandall Lane 25 00
Cor. Young and Aloha Lane..,. 18 00
Cor. King and Aloha Lane ..,, 20 00
Walklkl Beach 40 00
College Hills 40 00
Klnau Street , 27 60
Lunalllo Street ;. 50 00
Trust Co., Limited.
:OR. FORT AND MERCHANT 0T8..
TO ROUND UP
probationary officers Mr. Babbitt said
that Mr. Gibson, In charge of the Wnl
nlao school, had arranged a system of
merits ana demerits, ir a boy suc
ceeded In obtaining 5,000 merits, ho
was paroled, provided some suitable,
place was found where, ho could go to
work or find a home. Mr. Babbitt
wanted the same s)stem Introduced in
the Olrls' Industrial School. It might
be harder to find homes for tho girls,
Senator Dickey said the object of tho
law was to keep children out of the
reformatories rather than to put them
Theodore- Itlchards said that In
tome cases, so welt conducted were
tho reform schools that some parents
were glad to get children there He
know this by experience. Some people
wore giau to ne relieved of parental re
sponsibility. As n matter of fact, the
children In many cases had far better
advantages at tho reform schools than
they had at homo.
Mr. Babbitt spoko well of tho Wain
leo school. Last jear, ho said, ex
penses amounted to about $10,000. In
n certain way It cost as much for a
Lfcw Inmates as for a goodly number.
There wcro now 91 pupils. By and by,
when tho school aeonlred all the taro
land that was Its duo, It would bo able
to supply taro on tho outside, besides
suppbtng tho Institution.
James Bo)d thought It advisable
that probationary officers should have
power to arrest truants. Ho himself
had a special police commission. He
advised that all officers secure com
missions Mr, Babbitt promptly said
he would tako the matter up with the
It was brought out that ono of the
tricks of children to get out of school
was to ask for a transfer from ono
school to another and then fall to pre
sent themselves at tho school to which
the transfer wns made. Mr. Babbitt
thought It might be inconvenient to
havo teachers reporting to probation
ary officers. It might bo better to
havo them report to Judgo Whitney.
L)lo Dlckay thought It would be better
to avoid, as far as possible, having
bo)s brought Into court. It wns then
that the system noted nbovo wns
agreed on. Mr. Babbit thought that
by following out tho Idea all truants
would bo eventually rounded up.
KII'I At the Maternity Home, Hono
lulu, February 28, to Mr. and Mrs.
Bamucl Klpl. of Illlo,
Attorney General Peters Is prepar
ing tho complaint In tho corporation
exhibits test caso which will Boon be
Instituted before Judgo Whitney.
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Antone Ocnavltz was arrested this.
afternoon on a rhargo of assault on
Abo Kolann. It Is said that ho struck
htm In the Jaw.
Tho steamer Korea from tho Orient
was sighted a little after noon, nnd
will be docked before evening.
Salesman ''Do you want this en
gagement ring Inscribed?" Customer
"Yes, I will pay a couple of dollars
down and you may charge the balance.'
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
"RENT and COMPANY
Our Semi-Annual Sale
Thursday March 1st.
AT S A. M,
The last six months have been un
usually busy ones In our Cotton Goods
Department, which has resulted In our
having an Immense quantity of desir
able short lengths on hand. If you
cannot attend the first day, come the
next, there will be many left to choose
from. As usual, they are marked at
the low prices which have made our
Remnant Sales famous.
Ginghams, Lawns, Batiste, Calico,
Shirtings, Percales, Linens, Gslates,
Organdies, India Llnon, Victoria Lawn,
Grass Linen, Dimity, Nainsook, Linen
Lawn, Denims, Crettonnes, Madras,
Sllkollne, Burlap, Curtain Swiss,
Sheeting, Pillow Casing, Muslins, Cam
brics, Table Linen, Toweling, Oil
Cloth, Linings and many other ma
A Great Purchase of Men's Wo-
mea's and Children's Hosiery
at about 40, Per Cenl off Ordin
The opportunity Came our way and we divide
the Benefit with you
We will commence on Thursday, March
1st. a big four days sale of the Largest.
Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of
Hosiery that was ever shown in Honolulu
When we say the sale will last only four day we mean It. Every pair
should be sold In one day at the prices we are offering, but should there be
any left overs at the end of tho fourth day, we will place themn stock at
their ordinary values and turn our attention to something else.
Read this list of prices and come to Alakea street and Inspect the var
ious lines all laid out on the tables, marked and classified In their various
Lot 1 100 dozen
Lot 2 90 dozen
Lot 3 85 dozen
Lot 4 65 dozen
Lot 5 75 dozen
Lot 6 60 dozen
Lot 7 40 dozen
Lot 8 60 dozen
Lot 9 50 dozen
Lot 10 40 dozen
Lot 11 30 dozen
Lot 12 60 dozen
Lot 13 40 dozen
Lot 14 36 dozen
Lot 15 36 dozen
Lot 16 50 dozen
Lot 17 50 dozen
Lot 18 50 dozen
Lot 19 36 dozen
Lot 20 40 dozen
Lot 21 45 dozen
Lot 22 38 dozen
Lot 23 36 dozen
Lot 24 50 dozen
Lot 25150 dozen
Lot 26 90 dozen
Lot 27 40 dozen
Lt)t 20 0 -dozen
Lot 29 30 dozen
Lot 30 20 dozen
Lot 31 38 dozen
Lot 32 20 dozen
Lot 33 30 dozen
Lot 34 45 dozen
Lot 35 75 dozen
Women's plain Cotton Hose, 4 palra 25i
Women's plain Cotton Hose, 3 pairs 25d
Women's Fine 8eamless Hose, 2 pairs 25t
Women's Black Lace Hose, 2 pairs 25i
Women's Fine Lace Hose, 2 pairs 25d
Women's Full Fashioned Hose, per pair 20rt
Women's Tan Lace Lisle Hose, per pair 20
Women's Black Lace Lisle Hose, per pair 20d
Women's Fine Quality Black Hose, Hermsdorf Dye..25(J
Women's Fine 3-Thread Lisle Hose, 3 pairs S1.00
Women's Extra Large 8lzesk full Finished, 3 palra SI. OO
Women's Fine Quality full length Lace Lisle Hose,
P" Plr -105
Women's Superior Fine Black Hose, per pair . ...10i
Women's Lace Ankle Lisle Hose, per pair 10d
Women's Extra Fine Lace Lisle Hose, per pair . ...50i
Children's Black Ribbed Hose, sizes 6 1-2 to 9 1-2
2 Plr 25d
Boys' Meavy 4-1 Ribbed Hose, all sizes, 3 pairs. ...50J
Mines 3-Thread Lisle Hose, 6 1-2 to 9 1-2, per palr..20
Misses "Polka Dot'Llsle Hose, 6 1-2 to 9 1-2, per pr 20 d
Misses Fine 1-1 Ribbed Hose, all sizes, per pair ...,2M
Misses Lace Ribbed Cottcn Hose, all sizes, per pair. .25
Misses Lace Ankle Lisle Hose, all sizes, per pair ....25
Misses Fine Quality Black Cotton Hose, per pair. ,25d
Child's Mercerized Lace Lisle Sox, per pair 25
Men's Black or Tan 'Cotton Half Hose, 2 pairs ....25
Men's Black or Tan Cotton Half Hose, 3 pairs ....50d
Men's Black Cotton Half Hose, Fancy embroidered 20 d
Men's Plain Black Full Finished Half Hose 20 ci
Men's Black Half Hose Embroidered Effects 23d
Men's Brown Balbrlggan Fine Quality 25J
Men's Black or Tan Lace Half Hosa 25d
Men's Polka Dot Fine Quality Half Hos 25d
Men's Black Cotton Half Hose, Embroidered
3 Plrs Sl.OO
Men's Natural and Black Cashmere Half Hoso . ...40d
Men's Superior uatlty Fancy Lisle Half Hale . ...506
Sale Begins Thursday March 1st,
L. B. KERR & Co., Ltd.
1 1 A.
Theo H. Davles & Co., Ltd., Henry
May & Co, Ltd.. and Honolulu Dairy
men's Association, Ltd., havo filed a
petition In the United States District
Court asking as creditors of Hart &
Co, Ltd. that that company bo ad
judged a bankrupt.
The petitioners show that they havo
provable claims against Hart & Co ,
Ltd , amounting In tho aggrcgato In ex
cess of tho value of securities. It any,
held by them to 500, and that neither,
of tlicm Is entitled to priority of pay
ment on ItB claim, Tha claims of the
petitioners aru as follows, each being
for goods sold and delivered to tho re
spondent within six years: Davles &
Co., Ltd,, 12.85.45; May & Co, Ltd,,
It Is Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL 80RT8 OF AMU8EMENT,
ALL KIND8 pi RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co , or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 53.
On Sundays tho Halelwa Limited,
two-hour tr. Vi, leaves-at 8:22 a. m.J
returnvRj, arrives In Honolulu at 10iK
$1,449.46; and.Honolulu Dairymen's As
Tha petition further, shows that
within four months of tho filing of
tneir petition llart & Co., Ltd.. com
mltted an act of bankruptcy in that It
did by a written resolution Inscribed
on tho minutes of a duly called meet
ing of the board of directors and duly
adopted by a voto of a majority of 'ho
directors, admit In writing its Inability
to pay Its debts and Its willingness to
bo adjudged a bankrupt on that
ground. It is asked that the company
be subpoenaed and adjudged a bank
rupt. Two roar-admirals were retired yes
terday on account of age, and the tele
graphic report of yesterday stating that
Hear Admiral Chester Cbadwlck hnd
retired, was an error, for no such oin
cor exists Thoso retiring were Rear
Admirals C. M. Chester and l K.
Chndwick, nnd the two names wein
evidently combined by mistake In the
Chadwtck and Chester wero bnrn
the same date, Veo. 29, 1844. That was
leap year, and their birthdays came
only onco In each four years. Ther
Is no 29th day of February this jear,
hence they wero retired Feb. 28. R.
M Chester entered the navy October
SI', 1859, and F E. Chndwick enteral
the navy September 28, 18C1. It has
seldom happened in the past that two
officers of the same rank are retlrtnl
on the same date.
The fourteenth regular meeting of
thn Hawaiian-" Entomological Society
Will hfl heir! nt 7!.in M. m Inilav In lU
library of the Doard of Agriculture and
i-oresiry. Notes by Messrs. Perkins
and Swezey will be considered.
- New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices nueh below the market on ac
count of our taking a whole consignment.
Thegoods are well known and we are able to sell them upon spe
cially favorable terms. ,
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING: GET OUR
Contract For Water
By Hamakua Ditch Co.,
1 T '
. AGREES TO BEGIN WORK THIS YEAR
A sign of great activity In tho Ha-
been shown by tho filing of contracts
in the record office, wherein tho com
paujr Is pledged to start actual work
ou tho construction of its ditch this
jcar, ami to provide water to tho plan,
tatlonu In question next year. Tho
contracts now on file arc between tho
Ditch Company and tbu Honokan Sh
ear Company and tho Pacific Sugar
Mill Company. Iloth concern the up
per ditch. Homo other contracts lit'
volvlns the lower ditch wero died but
The contract between the
Company and tho Honokan Sugar Com
pany provides that tho Ditch Company
shall supply tho HonoUaa Sugar Com
pany not less than two and one-halt
million gallons of fresh water In
twenty-four hours within twelve
mouths after tho commencement of
tho work on tho ditch, and- with not
less than that amount dally for the
next thirty yearn. Tho water shall bo
delivered nan even fiowo all or any,
of six points along the ditch, which
bo Honokaa Sugar Company may des-
tanftta In .nau Iharn at anv limn ntinll
,,.... v. ... vu ........ -v .., ...-v ........
bo less than 4,000,000 gallons a day In
the ditch tho sugar company Is enti
tled to nve-elghlhs of all the water. If
wnlpi In flpalroil nt mnrn nr ntlior (linn '
the six points designated, the planta
tion Khali pay tho cost of making tho
change up to 7G each. Arrangements
nro elso made so that the Honokaa Su
gar Company can purchase to the ex- ,, , , ...
tent of five-eighths of all tho water .omo ?tt.?p,M1?K'?1,ey. f?Wj5r" Jm,vo
that can be led Into tho ditch In ex- 'xprre' TV,?0, lj?lc1f ,l,at 7e.,n'
ceis of 4.000.000 gallons. I?h!jy. S.i""'1' t0 b ""...'P Ch ?"
It Is also provided that the Ditch 'Ii'"?! r?,fm .l'1 J1.1?'
Company is to commence Its work of Bmt1,,h,0oJalIJ,pcr od,of ,,rl11 f ,t,1i
construction before Jan. 1, 1907, and ,ca ' ''" nr"c""y, ea. materially
that the Honokaa Sugar Company will "g h.c ' " 'that the boys oro bo
glv It a right of way across ts lands, i"?,,,1 Li ?PC? f0,r",,0Ji, "n(1 uher
The Ditch Company shall take care of t"aI "? tn,cllc8' Thc ,havo,
tho ditch, provide a fence on both ",,,?' "WT" re,?r,,or
sides of It and shall measure tho water 1m ,!,'" C'n(a ,nhnd hvehM tho
In a satisfactory manner open to In 2!i,n ih- rSni' ' t0
spoctlon by tho purchaser of the wa-1 "therlX ,t a their belief that, In
For tho consideration of 1 tho Ho-1 J)." Z1 ??. bn(lnfB 8cn,t1,0IS1!
nokaa Sugar Company grants a twenty ra',iy hTI,Wiib ' J""" ,ll011,'1.11'
foot right of way, or wide, where neo '.p'inc'' &" ,10 mcn hereonM bo
essary. across Its lands In Hamakua at "rc" , VL'0,, ViPi.0,. of V'080 I"1
an elevation between 2,000 nnd 2.400 f'".n " ! ,l1'lpp " no" tro" bt
feet nbovo sea level for a period of tlf- l",!??1, '" ".t' J2 m J1'0 '"'.
ty years from the first delivery of wa- L" '? Y'a,yh 11? J " ""J0"0,;1 'J00",8
tcr. and also. land for the construction , W0,"''1IL ,nh,eflSLtB0,t?th? fr0It;
of necessary reservoirs, It wliralso ' f '."h , tULZ Vf?. br-B"
use Its best efforts to secure a right of '?' ,h. vn8l1,at,omc '' V"J '? u"lml
wnv across thn iinnni,n,. hnm.in.t. dr" Pvnllcd and that the China war
fnr tho mtrl, fnmnnnv
I It Is provided that If tho Honokaa
Sugar Company falls to purchase five
elchths of all thn water In niresa nf
JfOOO.OOO gallons, nnd If tho Paauhau
Sugar Company shall enter Into a con
tract for tho purchaso of water from
thn nitrh Pnmnnnv tlion ttia llnnnlrnn
sugar Company will grant tho Ditch
Company a right of way over certain
innrf., i.,i,in, i t.ni,tn i... innnn
..u nM.iu .v i.u.ub u iv-aou.
Tho Honokan Sugar Company agrees
to pay $0,200 for every 305,000,000 gal-
loni or water up to 912,600,000 gallons
and J3,50O for every additional 305,-
000,000 gallons in excess of 912,500,000
gallons, delivered to It In 305 dally
portions each year for tho first twenty
eur nnd at a rato to bo agreed to or
to bo decided by arbitration, for the
next ten years. Tho supply of water
by seasons Is referred to at length, nnd
also the power of extending tho term
from thirty to forty nnd from forty to
fifty years. It Is also provided that If
tho actual work on the construction" of
,tho ditch Is not begun beforo Jan. 1.
H907, and operation of tho samo begun
iboforo Jan. 1, 1908, the contract may
'l)o held void by tho Honokaa Sugar
Company, If It has fulfilled all Its own
r.in.iuinno Th.. ,.f,..i ... i i ,
i tho Honokaa Sugar Comnanv bv Pros-
Ident F. A. Schaefcr and Trcasuicr V.
Lanz and for the Hamakua Ditch Co.
by President F. M. Lewis nnd Treasur
er F. K, Thompson.
The contract with the Pacific Sugar
.Mill is practically tho same In ItB gen'
eral feature, as that of the Honokaa
Sugar Co. Tho Pacific Sugar Mill con-
tract, provides for a delivery of one
and one-haf million callons dallv. anrt
and one-half million gallons dally, and
a ngnt to purchase three c
I "aVrees fc ,
the excess over 4,000.000.
ion, up 0 647.5So.0o'a"alTnaU,aUn.1 Tr.
500 for every 305,000,000 in excess of
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Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin,
an jp in
Attorney General Peters stated to
day that tho Territory was preparing
Us appeal to tho Supreme Court from
Judgo De Bolt's decision In the Chun
Uoon habeas corpus caso. Peters said
iViat wIiIIa llHilnn tVlt .Innl.lnn mba...!
cally a 10,0 ,mprlaoncU for lmMt
imcanors wero llicrallv held. h .11.1
not seo any reason for taking any
steps In the matter beyond the appeal.
De Colt was not tho presiding Judge,
but Lindsay. Tho only way In which
prisoners could bb released would bo
by pleas to Jurisdiction before Lind
say, and It was by no means certain
that ho would decide tho same as Do
Holt, or by habeas corpus proceedings
before Do nolt, and then tho Territory
ton i (i taito appeals. Peters said ho
m not geo t occn,lon for
worry Bg ho dl(1 not thnk ,hnt Do
nolt.g ,,eclgIon woul(1 be gU8talned by
,lc supreme uourt
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