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Vol. rvin No 332(5
HONOLULU, TKHKITORT OP HAWAIL THUKSDAY. MAKOH 8. UK)
Pbiok 6 Oknts
$10. License For Physicians Is Illegal
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KAUAI KEGEL KLUB
Jumps To Prominence
IN FIFTH PLACE
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE CLOSE ON THE ADMIRAL
Any person who thinks the othel Kegel Club to the front. It la coming
fellow can be scared out of thli auto. If" right. In fact Kauai registered the
. ..i . .. i. ..i.... -,iw. ,n largest proportional advance thla week
mobile contest buslnesa might well K',r,,,h . -rn . ,h rn.
take out one of the Continental Ca
ualty Insurance policies supplied by
the Henry Watexhouso Trust Company,
for he will certainly be disappointed
nml It will hurt his feelings.
The lively Jump taken br Admiral
Hockley last week started things mov
ing at a great rate, which proves that
this contest will be n contest right uu
to the doling of the polls. St. Louis
College Is close on the trail of the Ad
miral and to close to the hundred thou
sand taiark that tho boys are not wor
rying over tho outlook.
And the others are moving up tho
lino In a style that demonstrates that
any one or all nre sulllclcntly close to
easily strike a winning gait. Among
the steamship men Purser Frlcl of the
Mauna Loa bids fair to give tho Klnau
Admiral a pretty good chase. Frlel
was on the Kauai routo for some year
and Is getting votes from there ns well
ns along his present steamer route.
Sreaklng of Kauai brings the Llhua
Admiral Geo. C. Bccklcy...- 121 237 j
St 'Louis College Alumni Association 90728 1
Judge A. N. Kcpoikai " '. 500J4
Diamond Head AthlcticClub :.- 27562
Lihuc Kegel Club - '.;'......,... 23552
Leo Lorrillard Cummins -.. . 12907
Mrs. Lucy Wright, Waimca, "Kauai-.;. 12176
AalaQub .'.." 10316
Co. D.N.G.H,, Hllo 9554
Thos. C. White, Kealakckua v 9184
Mrs. C. L. Di:kcrson 7759
D. K. Watson 7232
J D. McVeigh . 6712
Jas. Kula, Kauai : 5870
Jas. L.Friel (Mauna Loa) 4938
S, K. Kamaioplli 2947
Miss Hannah Sheldon, Lihuc Kauai 2672
Tommy Kcarns 2218
Geo H. Dunn, Lahaina 1527
J. di Braga. Kauai ; " 1500
Chester Irwin . 1209
Kaimuki, Waialac, Palolo Impvt. Club, 1 205
A.M Souza 1201
Miss Lucy Kaukau (Lahaina)..
John Raposo (Llhue Store) ....
H. D. Joe
P. N. Kahokuoluna (Pala, Maul)
l. D. Joe
Sam Chong . . : 695
Louis H. Miranda 442
J. Rcdriguet 301
Court Carrots, A. O. F. 131
August Martin 89
M. Botellho 62
the KASH COMPANY; Ltd.
Calls the attention to the Consolidation of its
Stores in the improved and attractive quarters
at the corner of Hotel and Fort streets. The
management takes this opportunity to thank
its many patrons for past favors and cordially
invites them to call at the new store, where
they will always be welcome and find the'
largest and best Stock of Clothing and Fur
nishings in the city.
The old Hotel "street store will be closed to
day and all business hereafter conducted at the
FORT STREET STORE.
tto stay. Their name ought to bo n
Maul did well for Judgo Kcpolkal,
holding him In third placo with fifty
thousand votes. Tho Judge's friends
say they aro not out for sensational
spurts. All they want Is tho nuto. Co,
I), of Hllo has taken a placo among the
leading ten and Leo Lorrlllard Cum
mins had n largo bunch of ballots en
tcred to his account this week. Jack
McVeigh Is no tall-cndcr and Tommy
Kcarns enn go somo.
Among the ladles Mrs. Wright ol
Kauai hold her own, while Miss Slid
don, the school teacher, has good pros
pects of cither going to school In th
nuto or knowing tho reason why Mm.
Dlckerson's friends aro consistent In
their steady work In her behalf. All
thoso In tho list aro making very com
fortable progress and very few Hullo
tin votes aro being wnsted anywhere
In the Hawaiian Islands. The stand
Ing for this week follows
Honolulu Athletic Club 4$
C. E. Pederson 29
Geo. Cachlcopulos . . 22
Miss May Oonsalvea 13
Chang D. Yen II
Henry Hogan 11
Jerry Burnlngham to
M. Olevlero 10
Miss Edna Akau
(Continued on Page 8)
County Attorney K. A. Douthllt to
day sent n letter to Kaplolanl Park
Commissioner Lorrln A. Thurston In
which ho advised a means of settling
tno question as to whether the Hoard
of Supervisors has a right to nppro
prlata money for tho malntalnance of
Attorney Pouthltt suggests that, for
the purpasos of the test, the Hoard of
.Supervisors pass a resolution appro
priating a sum of money for tho ben
efit of Kaplolanl Park and that tho
Park Commissioners then call upon
County Auditor illcknell to issue n
warrant for tho amount. The Idea Is
that Illcknell slinll refuse to Issue tho
warrant, whereupon tho Park Commis
sioners will seek to enforce him by In
stituting mandamus proceedings.
Uy this method tho question will be
sottlcd In tho courts. The method pro
posed has the advantage over the prop
osition of submitting an agreed state
ocnt of tacts to the Supreme Court fli
several ways. County Attorney Dou
thltt has already given an opinion to
the Hoard of Supervisors In which he
says It has no legal right to approprl.
ate money for tho park, and for him to
(Continued on Page 4.)
A Rfdd Issue. In which considerable
Htronuoiisness was showed by tho at
torneys on both sides today enlivened
the Drown vs. Sprockets enso, which
for aver four weeks has dragged on
wonrlly before Judgo Do Bolt, Tho
troublo was caused, Quito Innocently,
by tho following paragraph, which ap
peared In Tho Hullotln yesterday:
, "Judgo Do Holt said that ho was In-
r-ltnrrf In fnvnr nf ihn ntnlntlff tint ,11,1
not want to grant tho motion for a ill-'
reeled verdict, as thcro was still uorno
doubt In his mind. Ho might say, how
over, that should tho Jury render a ver
dict for tho defendant and should a mo
tion to set nstdo that verdict bo made,
he might do so."
This Item came to tho notice of tho
attorneys for the defendant, Kinney i
and Dallou, and they Immediately took!
action In tho matter, as tho statement
was mado by the Judgo In the absence ,
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Ml ihu jury, uuu uiuy uiu uuv nieu n iu
(Continued on Pago 8.)
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Law Demanding Fee
For Doctors' License
Is Declared Void
DISCRIMINATION KILLS AMENDMENT
"That portion of Act 48 of the Set-,
lion Laws of 1905, which Act amends!
the first paragraph of Section 1068 of,
the Revised Laws (Medicine and Sur
gery), providing that 'no license shall!
be granted under the provisions of this j
secuon unless me applicant snail pay
sn annual fee of $10,' Is Invalid and
void on the ground that It discrimi
nates between the holders ofjlccnses
under the amending Act and the hold.
rs of licenses Issued prior thereto."
The Supreme Court this iraornlns
rendered an opinion In Territory s.
Dr. J. T McDonald, of which the above
Is the syllabus. Justice Wilder writes
Die Court's findings and saysln part,
This Is an appeal on points of law
from tho District Court of Honolulu.
Defendant was charged with violating
Section 1068 of tho Ilevlsed Laws, as
Peacock Given Time
To Make His Return
BALL0U WAfiTS ORDER MADE TODAY
A preliminary legal battle In tin
tiartle petition for a restraining order
to prevent Peacock from acting as
manager of I'cncock & Co., was fought I
beforo Judge Lindsay this afternoon,:
but did not reach an Isbuc, a continu
ance being granted. S. M. Ilallou, rep-,
resenting Qarvle, nanted the tempor
ary order Issued forthwith, but C. v '
Asliford and It. V. Dreckons fought
this proposition and Anally secured n
continuance In which to make their!
Asbford opened with a statement
that he bad accepted service of process
at 10 and had Immediately set to work
with bU answer, the typewriting at
which hnd not yet been finished. It
was therefore impossible to produco an
answer, and Ashford asked that tho
matter bo continued until tomorrow.
morning. The testimony on the peti
tion and the answer would take con
Ureckops said he Joined In Ashford'a
request. A great many questions, both ,
of law and of fact, had been raised In
the petition, and It was Impossible to
prepare an answer which would prop
erly protect Peacock's rights In so
short a time. Peacock was not trying
to delay tho matte'r more than abso
lutely necessary I
Ilallou said ho agreed that tacro
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amended by Act 4S of the Session
Laws of 1903, for that ho did at Hono
lulu during one month prior to Octo
ber C, 1905, practice medicine and sur
gery without having first obtained
rrom tho Treasurer of tho Territory
nf Hawaii a license so to do. Defend
ant was found guilty and appealed to
this court. It appeared that ho was
practicing as a physician and surgeon
on September 27, 190&, and prior
thereto, and hnd. taken out a license in
J 900 and paid tho fee of $10 required
jy an applicant for such a license
Section 10C8 of the Itevlsvd Laws
prior to being amended rend ns fol
lows: "No person shnll practlco mecli
zine or surgery as a profession In tho
Territory of Hawaii, cither gratuitous
ly or for pay, or shall offer to so pi no
tice, or shall advertise or announco
(Continued on Page 8)
had been too little time to prepare nn
answer, That was not the Issuo at
this time, however. The Court should
not consider tho merits of the bill, the
question to be decided now was whut
status was the controlling one until
the inalu matter was settled. Pending
the time In which tho answer was made
It was up to the Court to protect tho
long established possession and not
tho onu which had been recently ac
quired and by force. To do this it was
not necessary to look much to the mer
its of tho case. Tho opposite sldo
should b dble to answer tho order to
show cause why a temporary Injunc
tion be granted within a few hours.
The sun should uot set without the
temporary Injunction matter being set
tled. Ashford wanted to know what the
Court should consider If not the mer
its. Ho was not preparing an answer
to the bill, but an answer to tho order
to show cause.
Ilrockons said he appealed to the
Court In all fairness to give his sldo
time to protect tbe rights of Peacock.
It bad taken the Garvlc sldo soventeen
hours to prepare their bill and Pea
cock should be given a similar tlm'o
to answer In,
Ilallou repeated his request that a
(ContlnueU on Page 8.)
INTENDED For CHINA
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 8. It is reported that rifles ami
ammunition were taken from the Chinese section of the Pacific Mail
steamer Manchuria previous to her sailing for the Orient.
TEXXEY WAS NOT IN CONDITION.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 8. The coroner's vcnlict on the
ilcath of Prizefighter Tcnncy was returned today. It finds that Twine
was not in a fit condition to fight. I lis death was caused by Neill's blow.
The promoters of the fight arc held indirectly responsible for the result.
CHINA'S EMPEROR ILL.
PEKIN, China, March 8. The Chinese Emperor is seriously ill.
DRYDOCK DEWEY REPAIRS.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 8. The monster drydock Dewey,
now being towed to Manila, is repairing at the Canary Islands.
OREGON COMING HOME.
YOKOHAMA, lapan, March 8. The battleship Oregon sailed for
San Francisco today and will stop at Honolulu.
MUTINY OF MASSACHUSETTS FIREMEN.
NEW YORK, X. Y., March 8. There was a mutiny today aiiiotiR
the firemen of the American-Hawaiian steamer Massachusetts as she
was about to sail for San Francisco. Slocum was killed.
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 7. SUQARr 88 analysis Deets, 8s 3d.
Parity, 3.71 cents. Previous quotation. 8s 2 Md.
Forester Hosmcr received a telegram
at noon from Krcd. Carter at Ilonokaa
stating: "Heavy rain. Klrc out."
Forester Hosmer this forenoon re
ceived a wireless message from Man
ager James Olbb of tbe Paahau Sugar
Plantation to the effect that the forest
(Ire on 'tho Parker ranch land, three!
miles above the plantation, near Ha
niakua, had reached as far as the Ka
lapa gulch, but that It had been partly
subdued by rain falling during tho
The wireless message reads as fol
lows: "Fire has reached Kalnpi
gulch. Partly subdued by rJfci during
the night. Will report by Klnau (on
Yesterday afternoon, at 5:15, For
ester Hosmcr received the following
wireless from Manager Glbb.
"Fire broke out this morning Park
er ranch land, Pauuhau, three miles
above plantation, Dig gang lighting
lire. Very strong Kona blowing."
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The Territory wins again In Its case
against Cotton Uros. for a damage!
dredger, Tho Supreme Court, Chief
Justice Frear penning the opinion
rendered decision this morning.
On Mny 27. 1901, at tho April term
of the Circuit Court of tho First f!ir
suit, the plaintiff obtained a verdict
for 123,000 damages for the loss of lu.
dredger through the alleged negligent
of the defendants.
On April 14, 1905, defendants moved
the court, Judge Lindsay, who wa
Judge Clear's successor, sitting, that a
formal order be entered granting it
new trial, which motion was granted
July 17, 190S, the formal order being:
entered the next day, to which the
plaintiff excepted. On January 17,
1906, the plaintiff sued out this writ
of error to reverse tho order of Judg
Lindsay granting a new trial, The de
fendants now movo (this Is the motion
that Is denied by today's decision) to
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