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S2000"PR'2E CONTEST "
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Vol. .XV III No. 338S
HONOLULU. TKKHITOKY OF H a WAIl. I'MIM Y MAltOH Hi LDUII
PniOB 6 Ohxts
Beer Man Urges Chinese Labor Por Havaii
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Contend Judge Gear's
CATTON BROS. STILL
The defendant!) In the case of the "utory and cannot bo reviewed on a
Territory ngalnst,Cotton Bros, have In writ of error. Furthermore tho plain
Bplto of the Reverse they met In tho tiff docs not present any argument on
Supreme Court by no means as yet tbo merits anil the court should not go
given up their fight for a new trial of into them until It does so. Defendants
tho case. This noon they filed a long- nro not forced to meet points not rals.
thy brief In which the legality of tho cd by the plaintiff.
famous decision which Judgo dear
u-rntn In Sun Frnnrlnrn. nnit whlrh ftr.
rived here after his term bad expired,
Is discussed In great detail.
The brief reads In part as follows:
In dismissing the motion to quash
4hn riillnf nt tha rnurt nm fatirh nil In
norhans make It annear on tho surface
that the question of defendants' right
to a new trial was finally disposed of.
Wo believe, howevor, that such Is not
tho case. In the court's decision on
the arguments presented wo at pros-
cnt acquiesce, but wo wish to show
that for other reasons not then pro
acnted and which can unquestionably
bo presented on the merits as well as
they, could on the motion to.quash thn
writ of error must be dismissed. And
nviin If ttinftn ronsnnn nlinw tlint thn
ruling on the motion to quash was In
fact erroneous (tnougn correct on tne
Arguments then prescnieu wnicn wero
all the court had to then consider) wo
believe tnat tne court win sco mat jus
tiro Is done nnd dismiss the writ.
To sum up the points as regard
Judge dear's decision since our pre
. vIoub summary wo contend:
' 1. Thnt Judge Lindsay could not
take Judicial notice that Judgo Gear
was absent from the Territory when
ho wroto his decision nor can this
court do so.
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now be so claimed In n collateral pro-
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...m.,tinn. nt roearils the jurisdiction
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3. Judge Clear had the right to near ""' "' uiin...." ...... ..
nnd decide, the motion for a new trial f ?t,0,roy t0 l t0T .lhe '0rP,rJl,l?n'
In vacation and hence the decision did and of tho meeting at which the , ae
not have to be made In open court, but "on of the flarylo faction attorneys
rncrely filed there nnd. as It was filed declared to bo unauthorized worn
there properly. It was valid and It Introduced In evidence.
makes no difference whercjt was writ- A. great flgh . wa. mado on the
,cn point as to whether or not Dlshop ft
4. It cannot be held ln a collateral Co. had n right to vote -one-third 1 of the
proceeding such as this that Judgo 287 1-3 shares which Peacock hynotlv
Clear was not n Judge do facto on ecatcd with that firm Peacock, when
March 4th, when his decision was died ho hypothecated the shares, gavo nish.
and hence the validity of the decision op & Co. a power of attorney with a
cannot be atucked on tho ground that right to voto them. Later on, how
Uls term of offlco had expired. ever. Peacocks sister secured one-
K. Th decision havlnu been mado third of the 387 1 J shares, and both
before the expiration of Judge Gear's
term. It makes no difference that It
was filed after II.
G. Judge Gear had the right, both!
to make his decision and have It Died
after the expiration of his term. i
Wo do not see how tho question
whether a new trial should have been
ordered on the evidence can come bo
fore the court. If Judgo Gear'o deci
sion cannot be attacked, that ends the
matter, whilo If Judgo Gear's docislon
Is held void and Judgo Lindsay's order
in upheld, the latter ruling Is tntcrlo-
1 After it.
S REMOVAL &
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
nish'ngs in the city
The old Hotel strcit store is closed and all
business hereafter conducted at the
FIGHT FOR NEW TRIAL
We submit that the court should
tnnlr Intn Ihla on an M,n(1k. nn,l
a view to circumvent tho puro tcclinl-
calltlcg raised by tho plaintiff. Tho
fact that It may be necessary to prnc-
tlcally rovcrso tho recent rullnu on tho
mnHnn In nnnal. Iimil.l nnl nn.l .....
think, will not Irtrr thn rmirt frnm milcwl'W l0 l,1 extreme warm
doing, If Justlco requires (see Ho Ah
Ho, 14 Haw. at p. G58). All tho oqul-
tics arc with tho defendants In this
cast and they should not bo compelled
to pay tho plaintiff $25,000. If there Is
any way of avoiding such a result,
wo submit that the writ of error
should bo dismissed, but oven If tho
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nur rennn.1 ihn it i.n mn.in ri.nr .
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new trial of his own motion If ho so
desires. Wo also ask tho entry of
formal Judgment on tho writ of error
as provided for by tho statutes,
epcctlve of which party prevails,
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VI llll IRK
Tho Peacock caso continued on its
weary way with objections and argu-
niwH before Judgo Lindsay today,
"'0 reacocic rncuon navmg us inning
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SHIP. IH V . VJ. JTUCUCK M V.U.
of the meeting at which tho Peacock
sides now claim the right to vole
WHOLE FAMILY SICK
M. A, Oonsalves and all his family
and their two servants, seven persons
In all, have been seized by a mysterious
Illness, probably the result of some
article of food- partaken of by the en
Dr. Herbert is attending. The mal
ady Is difficult of diagnosis, S
FORT STREET STORE.
The following was written by tho
President of the Seattle llrcwlng A
! Malting Co., and explains Itself:
March Z, 1906,
Hon. Levi Ankeny, Washington, I). C.
My Dear Senator: On May ISth,
lDut, I wrote you regarding the labor
,,.i,i,-.Situation in tllC Hawaiian UlanilS, anil
"mv ,le",lro ln 1r0lldcn ollt on '"' ?
tion nnd therein nlso cover the Philip
pines. I wroto you at that time that It
was piactlcnlly Impossible to secure
white labor ln tho Hawaiian Islands
Theso conditions ulto prevail In the
On my trip around the world, passing
through China mid Japan, I had the
opportunity of Investigating tho pros
cnt Chinese boycott on American
goods. In fact was present nt our
"cency in Hnnngnai wnerc our goooc
ie refused through a customer who
formerly had used nothing
IIlalnler. Theso Shanghai
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a;"8 c"ablcd..? 11,tcn to the entire con
. ' HUB I'llUUIl'U IU IIOICI1 II, IIIU I'llllll' CUI1-
Jvcrsatlon with our agent, Mr. Dallas.
,Thls Chlneso customer stnted to lilni
that under no circumstances could lie
J use nur goods. Should he do so be
would bo fined by tho association ot
i which he Is n member, as well as near
ly all the prominent merchants. Even
If he paid his fine nnd continued to use
the American goods, they would even
tually put him nut otAuslncss.
This boycott Is a serious matter and
we mutt drop tho Idea that It Is only
a temporary affair. It will take root
I deeper nnd deeper and tho sooner Con
5 does something the quicker we
may regain pun oi our iruue. inor.ns
llsh and Germans have taken advant
age of tho situation nnd taken our
ulaie throughout China and It will
"ll0 n 'onR time for us to regain What
we nuvu turn, u is my ujiiniuii mill
the opening of Hawaii and the Philip
pines to coole labor would satisfy the
Chinese mcrchnnts and therefore urge
j on to do all In your power to securo
legislation tending to the opening of
these Islands to Oriental labor.
President Seattle llrcwlng & Malt
KLINE OF AMSTERDAM 2
W. J. Kline and wife of Amsterdam,
N. Y were among the arrivals by the
Ventura. Mr. Kllno Is proprietor of
tho Amsterdam "Evening -Recorder,'
and since his visit hero some ten years
ago, he has been nn enthusiastic pro
moter and friend of things Hawaiian.
In making a western trip this year Mr.
Kllno si)R he refused to come to Cal.
Iforna unless the trip wns extended to
Honolulu, and his family hud heard
such glowing accounts of the place that
Ltliey wero quite ready to follow him,
lie notes many changes, all tho largo
blocks having been put up slnco his
previous visit, hut the Islands have not
lost their charm for him. He will make
quite an extended stay and has mado
.his headquarters at the Hawaiian
BW S S S S
to burglars and when k.cpt In the
nouse are iixeiy to court a vis i
It from robbers. Placed Infi
a box In our safe-deposit R
vault, your valuables . tnlnment program Is for tho solo ben
are safe, and your!fU of the Hawaii Yacht Club, and
mind Is at ease on tn
their account. You
can rent a box
for S5 per
Fort Street, Uonnlnlrj
Found To Have
Most Tragic Solution
SERVANTS QUARREL OVER FAITHLESS WIFE
A scrap of paper has brought to A thorough Investigation wjis made
light a startling story. by the police, under llic direction of
It will be remembered that a Korean Mr. Villa and, finally, a statement was
wns shot tecrnl times In tho should- hecurcd from Yeo Man Young, the
ers on Monday night nt Alewa, at the young, rather" good looking Korean
end of Judit street, near the Kmmelulh who did the shooting, A statement was
residence, His namo wns Chan Sun also made to the police by the lady lm
Dull. At tho tlmo It was a mystery pllcntod. Photographs nnd correspond
as to who did tho shooting, nnd why ,euc nro 111 the possession of the pd
Lntrr. Yce Man Young was aneeted. lire, all bearing on the following:
He Is a Korean. He wns charged wllh
When lit: was being searched at the
pollm station he was seen to snatch
for a small piece of paper, nbout an
Inch and a half square, and uticmpt td
swnllow It. Immediately the pollco
grabbed him, forced lis Jaws, nearly
choking him, and extracted the paper
before hi could swallow It. It looked
something like n che fa ticket. Hut It
was not. It bore certain Oriental char,
ncters and the nnmes: "Yce Man
Young" and "Alathela." The pollco.
In the person of Assistant Sheriff
Henry C. Vlda, remarked that It was a
love token or n rortune souvenir.
"Alathclo" proved a key to
Joe Marsden Is willing to go to the
Azores for Portuguese
He snld td a Ilulletln man this morn
ing: "I can't Bay whether I'm tho man
for the mission or not I'm Inclined
to think Stackable (Collector of Cus
toms) will be chosen, but If they want
me to go, why, I'm willing to sacrifice
Governor Atkinson Is silent In re
gard to the matter. A member of tb.4
territorial Immigration Hoard said
today that Marsden was the' man,
"That's what he came here for," be
BY MEMBERS OF
Original stunts are being arranged
by-members or the Hawaii Yacht Club,
to be presented between the acts of
plays by the famous Riihler company'
nt tho Onera House, for tho Yacht
Club's benefit on Thursday, Friday,
, and Saturday of next week.
Clarence Macfnrlane, for one. win
do some wonderful feats on the hori
zontal bar. Tho between-act scenes
will bo delightful Bcenes In them
selves, revealing the yachtanyui In
costume, wl'h appropriate stage - ef
fects. On Thursday and Saturday nights
tho Iluhlcrs produce "Held by tho Kn
cmy" nnd on Friday evening and nt
tho Baturday matinee, "Theima" will
Tickets now being sold by tho
I Yacht Club, con bo exchanged for re-
.served scats. This three-days entor-
promises to be a big triumph.
.yachtsmen deservo all they get,
I Good Furniture 1
Largest 8tock In the City
from which to make selections.
J v "Old Reliable Furniture House."
Ready For Can't Get
5," i m
Last ytar Yeo Man Young went to
work for a family lit Alewa, as
yardhoy, Seternl months later there
was finplnyed ns cook ono Clio Aujav
also a Korean.
Yce Man Young fell In love with
the lady of tho house. Ho threatened
to kill her unless she gac In to his
Later Cho Aujao becamo Infatuated
with the woman. He also spoku
of murder u'nlciw his ambitions were
Rivalry sprung up between the two
Finally tho lady Involved sent Yio
man Young Away. Sho proeurcd for
him a room on Kukul street, near Itlvcr
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spite of the decision of the Su
preme Court In the lest caso of the Ter
ritory against Dr. McDonald, whereby
It was held that the defendant did not
I, ave to pay the 910 tee to practice med
icine prescribed by statute, physicians
who have already paid their fees wilt
have to wait a long time before they
will sco the color of their good money
A physician arrived from .Maul yes
terday. Ho bethought himself of tho
good 910 fee he had deposited In the
Treasury for a license, and thought
that It would come In handy during
his stay In gay Honolulu. So ho hlkcj
him to tho Treasury, having no doubt
but that after tho Supremo Court's de
cision on the matter ho would have no
trouble In getting It back.
Hut It wns no go. Treasurer Camp
bell refused to dig up the money, and
the physician had to go without his
"The money paid on fees has been
paid Into tho general government real
izations," said Attorney General Pet.
ers, "and onco It has been deposited
there It can only be tnken out by leg
islative enactment. The only way lor
the doctors to get their money back
will bo by having the next legislature
pass special bills for tho refunding of
tho lee money."
I Tho Acting Governor has called tho
attention of Chief Justlco Frcar to tho
I fact that when District Magistrates
are compelled to furnish bonds. It will
not bu necessary for them to furnish
'them themsolves. Section 11 of Act
1U0 of the Session Laws of 1905, which
refcra to tho bonds of public officers,
'reads ob follows: "When any rorpor-
nftf-.m KM liflfl nl.Afnprt 1 ) Ott A t Ail
uuuil' aa iiviviiiuuiui" luoihiiutviii
Bhall bo surety on any official bond ru-
'quired or authorized by tills Act, the
1 premium duo such corporation for act
Ing as such surety slmlt bo paid by the
HARRISON In this city. March 10,
Harold Parker Harrison, son of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Harrison. Fun
eral from St. Andrew's Cathedral
Saturday at 3 p. m.
Tho Weekly IMItlon of the Evening
Rulletln gives a complete summary of
tho nows of the day. For SI yar.
Henr) Waterhouse Trust Co.- Ltd..
Stock and Bond Brokers,
SWflVika i".n- IT Aft anrl Mrfhlnl Rfta
DELAY FOR TAFT
(Attoclatcd Prt Special Cohlc)
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 16. After consulting with Secretary Taft,
President Roosevelt has announced that no successor to Associate Justice
Brown of the Supreme Court will be appointed for some time.
Failure Of Orders
Ends Jii A Wreck
(Associated J'rr Special Cable)
PUEDLO, Col., March 16. A collision took place today on the Denver &
Rio Grande Railway. The wreck took fire and 39 persons are reported to
have been killed and 15 Injured. The cause of the wreck was failure to de
liver train orders.
f.tMncfiiff! Press Special Cable)
SYDNEY, Australia, March 16. Plague has reappeared In this city.
TOWN OF JUSTIN DESTROYED.
JUSTIN, Mich., March 16. Four
a fire that destroyed the business
FRESNO, Cal., March 16. Much
the San Joaquin and King Rivers.
PASSENGER STEAMER GOES ASHORE.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., March 16. The steamer Carthagena went ashore
here today. The passengers were saved.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 15. Sugar. 8S analysis beets, 8s. Glid. Parity
3.7C cents. Previous quotation 8s. 4'-il
Honolulu Man's Folks
In TahitTTidal Wave
CLING TO COCOANUTS IN A CYCLONE
Howard W. Adams, of the Gunst
Eakln Cigar store has Just received a
letter from his brother Richard Adams All rushed to tho buildings on this
nt Papeete, Tahiti. 'elevation, as the water fell, sweeping
"Dick" Adams and his wife went everything from the heath,
through "hell" as tho former describes. Tbo water surrounded the house, on
It, In tho "fearful tldal wave and. cy-; which Adams and his wife were cling-
clone that devastated the Islands on
February 7 and 8 last.
"Dick" Adams Is manager for the
copm company of a little island thir
ty-five miles from Papeete, where ho
had fourteen natives working for him.
Adams nnd his wife, nnd tho fourteen
natives were alone on the Islet when
the tidal wave came.
It came without warning and It did
not come from afar, Adams writes, but
It eeemed to rife up like n tremendous
'wall of water right from the beach and
i tower over the wee Island The high-
can only be produced by shoe comfort. We bring about that hap
piness 'by comfortably, stylishly and accurately fitting the feet.
Our No. 520 French Calfskin Blucher Oxford, made on the Pic
cadllly last, with Cuban heels, is the greatest value In Its clan
ever offered. Strictly the highest grade material and the most
killed workmen are employed In the manufacture of this shoe.
This Shoe Is a Guaran. f of Shoe Happiness,
PHONE MAIN 282
persons were burned to death today
section of the- town.
damage has been done by the flosdi of
est point of the Island Is only twelvn
lug to tho roof, The waters still rose.
!The natives sought cocoanut trees.
Finally Mr. and Mrs. Adams succeeded
In reaching a big cocoanut. In the top
of which tiiey clung for several awful
When the tldul wave had subsided a
little Adams discovered that a small
Hoat bad been caught by Its little
anchor in the top of a cocoanut tree,
Ho swam to It. He sci-jired It, only to
find that a hole had been stove In the
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