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Vol. XVIII No. R3S0
HONOLULU, TEHRTTOBI OF HAWAII. FRIDAY. MAItOH 2a. UHM
Prior 5 Cents
Court Attacks House Journal's Veracity
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Supreme Court Denies
House Journal Report
SAY THEY NEYER APPROVED OF BILL
If the Supreme Court npproved ot
, tf n ! Onln ? n IflflT
Act 68 of the Session Laws ot 190j
wIjpd referred to It by tho Houso Judl-.t,
clary Committee, or not, has resolved
Itself to n question of veracity between
the Supreme Court and the Committee.
Th. limit. Innrnnl ilinua ,tti rot,,.-,
. n v(if .uuiuut Biiwno .111, ..
of the committee to state the court had
approved of the bill. This afternoon
when Judge Gear raised the point In
the HlgHShl habeas corpus case, that
If the members of the Court had ap
proved of the bill they were disquali
fied to fit In tho case, the three Jus
tices each and every one denied that tho
Uil had ever been submitted to them.
Ijcar said that he had (lied an am
ilaMl objecting to the present members
of thn court hearing the caso for the,
reason that the act, under which Hlga
xshl was Imprisoned, hnd been consid
ered and approved by the members of
the rourt as was shown by the follow
ing extract of the report of the House
Judiciary Commltteo to the House:
"We Wish to urge upon thO members
of the House of Representatives the nc- ,, tho sentenco Ills offense comes un
( e salty for prompt action In tho passage icr tti0 head of felony,
of this law. which wo find has been Now, after release on habeas corpus
carefully considered by members of the bcforo Jui,g0 Do BoIt (ho Tcrrtory
Supreme Bench and has met with their ,nUcg tho maUcr t0 the 8upremc
Approval, 'Court, tho members of which, accord-
I He recpunucm, sum ucar, luuugui
that he was up against tho proposition
of chanting the minds of the members
ot the Supremo Ucnch, as It had op
proved of the act.
'Hartwell and Frcar both said that
this was the first time they bad heard
of haVlng considered or approved of the
dear answered that Chairman An
vdrr.do of the committee had told him
that he had consulted all the members
of the Supreme bench. It was further
more a rnatter of record In tho House
"1 am sure I have never made up my
tnlnd on the matter." said Hartwell
"I never saw the bill."
Dear answered that that let out Hart
well, but If the other Justices had, the
proposition was the same.
Wilder said it had necr been sub-
in i iicu to mm. Liven u u nan ne uiu
not see bow It would disqualify him.
Gear referred to the recent decision
In the Notlcy case, where t was do.
v.ucu uiui nun viiu na ijuuiiucu. inn
ivno, 111, never, lie BU1U, u uuicirilk quia'
There Is a sensation developing In
tho habeas corpus proceedings of HI
gashi. whose caso Is on before the
Territorial Supreme Court this after
noon. juuge ut'o. 11. uear, aiiornoy lor jji-
gssbi, contends that tho Bupremo
Court Is not qualified to pass on the
merits of the case; In short, that, as
flirt Vfllfftlttt tt n laiw n a ehnlvtnir trt
niv iHtiuit' Wl mil up "Ft" ("n "
tho preecnt caso la Involved and tho
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members of tho Supremo Court have
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already passed on tho law, approving
tho defendant cannot cxpoct that
fair and Impartial hearing guaranteed
to him as a constitutional right,
HlRashl was charged with having to
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Holt ho was released on habeas corpus
proceedings anu mo Territory now ap
peals to tho Supreme Court In tho mat
ter. Hlgashl was sentenced to a year's
Imprisonment at hard labor by tho Dis
trict Judge. Ho was not Indktcd.
I Says Act 69, Session Laws of 1905:
, "No person committed or held for trial
or to securo his attendance as a wit
ness or upon civil process or for con
tempt or upon conviction of a misde
meanor or othcrwlso by authority of
law" except upon conviction of a fel
ony, shall bo Imprisoned In Oahu pris
on or subjected to any Infamous pun
ishment." I A man cannot hp convicted of a fcl-
' nn .tilttin.., Imllfilmnnl I... , I. n fltxitut
lrv nH whnrn Infnmnn. nnnlnhmmt
Vll nikltWUb lllM,l.tlllVltb U IIIV UIWIUI
Ing to tho. report ot tho Judiciary Com-
mmco ot tho Houso of Representa
tives, passed on the law, approving It,
and so tho defendant Is placed In the
position of trying to got an opinion
wboro an opinion, according to the affi
davit following, has, already been form
ed) Vollowlng Is the aflldavlt of Hlgashl,
prepared for filing In the matter now
before tho Supremo Court:
That heretofore, In March, 1905, ami
'prior to tho final passage by tho Legis
lature ot said Act B9, on March 2Sth
1905, tho said bill was referred on sec
ond reading to tho Judiciary 'Commlt
teo ot the House of Ueprcscntatlvcs;
that thereafter tho said Judiciary Com
mllt rf.rrrt lh 1,111 In lh 11I '
0f ,kn Kunremp Court ot the Tcrrl-
lory 0 QWal for tbclr-conslderatlon
on(1 approval; that at said time sail
1.111 w. submitted to said Judges fori,or -acgree-ieii, rcniriiugujs, uuiy
, onsldcratlon and approval,, said bill
was ,n lhe amo language, words and
flgureg ani wo, exactly similar to tu
jajj km gg finally passed and as now
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TEL. MAIN 25.
While the work on the re-omanlra-
I tlon of the National Guard Ii going on,
ill..... I .1 . .. . . a
ihoso In charge of tho matter bavo talt
en an opportunity to weed out from
tho ranks a number of weak sisters,
who&e membership In tho organization
Is no longer desired principally tor tho
reason ot their Infrequent attendance.
Companies A, C and II have now been
disbanded. Some of the members of
these companies have been discharged
The rest are being transferred to tho
remaining companies, tho strength of
which, when the re-organlzatlon has
been completed will bo about as fol
lows: Co. II, 40 men; Co- U, SO men:
Co. F, G5 men; and Co. O. 40 men.
I)y the disbanding of threo ot tho
companies of tho Guard Captain White
head ot Co. A. Captain Klcmm of Co.
C, and Captain -Thompson ot Co. II
havo been left without commands.
Those olllccrs will probably cither be
placed on tho retired list or bo as
signed to other duties. Thcsa matters
will not be arranged bcforo tho return
of Major Van Vllct, who left last Tues
day by the Klnau to Inspect Co. At
lillo and subsequently Co. I at Wai
luku. He expected to bo absent about
Reviewing tho market for raw sugar
tor the week ending March 8tb, Wlllett
& Gray publish the following: Last
week we said that tha chances are that
wo have seen tho lowest prices of tho
year, and Indications point to continued
firmness with a slowly hardening ten
dency. Wo ire further conllrmod In
this opinion by the course of tho mar
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HUHng IHO WCOK Under TOVieW. Willi
Quito conslderablo transactions. Quota-
tlons on tho spot and for shipment have
llntly advanced to 3Aia per pound
paid, and Its equivalent 2.32c c. and
f. for Cuban sugars. The advance U
not Important, but tho fact remains
thnt there arc chances of a hardening
tendency which should lead to further
Improvement. Tho Important featuie
tending In this direction Is the tact tha
Cuban planters are selling tar bolow
the Hamburg parity for beet sugars,
pow ,29c. as to cause a loss to them of
nearly all the concessions mmlo under
tho Cuban reciprocity treaty. While
prices of beet sugars contlnuo steady
and even have an advancing tendency,
It is natural to suppose that, after the
liberal sales made by Cuba of her first
I'lUUULUUll, liuill tlUJ, BilU Will UV HUIU
to maintain a firmer pretension for the
remainder ot tho crop, especially as at
this time the totsl crop production lo
' IKdato Is considerably less than at the
iij I corresponding time last season, hI
ifiturresponamg time mm seasun,
It though by no moans too late to be
'v covered from 'bcforo tho end of
campaign Our spoclolcable from CuU
r gives production to March 1st of 333,411
tons, against 339,194 ons for tho same
time last year, and a total stock on tha
Island of 138,828 tons, against 239,392
, tons on tho sumo dute last year.
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, PlN THE MATTER "i
OF YOUR WILL"
It Is a most common occur
rence that one says, "Oh, I will
attend to my Will later," and
thstn lntB 4U nnnArtiinliu in 4t
vis ivtvs k. m wtyiywi tun y w w .
so, either through accident orl
sickness. It Is not wise to delayJU
making your win. Better do it
at once. We shall be happy to
give you any advice that lies In
our power and will help you to
draw up your Will in proper le
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private letter was today received
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Stales must first go to California Tha
California Promotion Commltteo prom
ises to aid In all ways In Its power to
ward the success of tho Hawaiian
band's great tour.
Mr. Cohen will not return In tha
Korea, as at firs expected, having to
go cast on business connected with
booking engagements for the band.
Dan Case, of Maul, who represented
that Island In tho Hawaiian business
men's delegation to Washington to
urga tho passage of a bill In Congress
giving to Hawaii, according to tho
President's recommendation, seventy
flvo per cent, of tho I'ederal revenuo
hero for twenty years for fortifications
and improvements, returned ffom tho
mainland in tho Alameda.
On being seen by a llulletln reporter,
Mr. Case had the following to say:
, "Just before sailing from San Fran
cisco for home. I telegraphed Delegate
Kuhlo Kalanlanaole and his private
secretary, McClellan. for Information
as to the latest developments, It any
in mo matter of the Hawaii revenue re
"In reply I received tho following
wire from Washington:
"'More encouraging for five-year
term. Committee considered, enthus
"I Interpreted this as
itui; ,vVt-- w IU1IIIJ' ll'Crill'll ,,
Mr '(ink.. ...n. ,k.i ,1.. . "People, Is now Installing n skating link
of h HovniTiwM..Vii'Pr1 Par excellence upon which big and
tL malihfn . V. IvLrvwa " Kl " ""k'- '" tho open nlr. may enjoy
whh m thuatasm Th7rnl.fnrf.CC "' "hlllratlon of pleasant and bene-
K?. IZ.?! Tnv ZJ ?i,i?C?me.rtCcp '' tho all.lmnortnnt effect ot outdoor
!h. tan! lihrn, i Vn.lv'M brenlhlng. It Is a well established fad
nii,M l,S.g., ,.crntyy ?,"J.that nil exercise, especially that con-
v 1 n 1 ".im,1 rnMLhr'.",M I.11' UucItw to strenuous respiration, should
wall, and that California will neces- . innicp.! in in ,. OI1,n .1.
sarlly benefit vby this movement. for(lVhe rfnk will bo S m n short
thosi. w-hn villi llnunll from n.l,n . ' "e r.' WMI H0 """ P." "0rt
Supervisors Had Not,
RETURN IS FILED IN PARK TEST CASE
County Attorney Douthltt did somo
exceedingly speedy work In filing thlx
morning the return to tho alternative
writ of mandamus brought by tlip Pa
cific Oil Transportation Co. against
County Auditor Illcknell to compel him
to pay tho claim of $325 for crude oil
delivered to tho Kaplolanl Park.
. Douthltt was only yesterday given five
1 days In which to flto his return after
bis motion to quash had been donlcd
and demurrer denied also.
tllcknell In tho return denies that
the petitioner Is tha logaLowner ot tho
$323 claim chargeablo against the
County of Oahu. Ho also denies that
-the oil in question were supplied to tha
County or at Its request.
Illcknell further shows that tho poll-
tloner's claim was never legally exam
ined, allowed or ordered paid by tho
Hoard ot Supervisors on March 0, or at
any other tlmo. In this behalf ho con
tends that tho purported resolution
' passed by tho Supervisors on tho data
mentioned, which purported to author,
Izo and direct tho Auditor to draw a
warrant on the County Treasury for
tho sum of 325 payable to tho peti
tioner, was and still is null and void
for tho reason that It Is and was be
There's to be a skating rink nt tho
ttllrt . lit BlllnH WJ nn IIS m H
other big attraction added to Its al
ready tempting list.
' JOHNSON VENIRE
Judge Hoblnson this afcrnoon Issued
the following special venlro In the
S, Y. Illce, W. It. Foster. D. O. Stein.
Thos. Gill. Jas. N. Taggart. W. II
Drown. Thos. 1). Stroup. Jas McCnbe,
II. P. Itath, W. i:. Kimball, J. A. John
eon, A. Nelson, Y. Niemann, J. II.
Drew, L C. King, 11. T. Ileardmore. J.
I.ando, I). Waggoner, It. Wcedon, W.
Tlllerton. A, M. Mcllls. E. M. Camp
bell. C. O. Cooper, II. G. Hcgcrup, O. H.
Mexlcnn girls aro somctlmi's curious
ly wooed. Their lovers walk tip and
down on lhe opposite side of the street
,fur hottrs, staring nt their windows. If
me yuung inuy is ngrecauio sue nppcari
at the window nfter n few days, and
they soon become acquainted.
COFFEE 8HOP TALK
From Hllo will appear In
Iloce "That town Is tbo limit for
consistency" Joyce "Why?" Doyce
The village undertaker Is a member
ot the Hoard of Health?"
course, that our effort to get a refund
of the Federal ravenue would stand
more chance of passing If the period
was reduced from 20 to 5 years.
"The full amount, 76 per cent, for S
years, Is an encouraging proposition.
Wo can ask for a continuance at the
end of S years."
"The Kansas and California delega
tions," added Mr. Case, are strong tor
I la will's bill.
"There is a feeling on the part ot
Speaker Cannon, It Is said, hat all Ter
ritories should be treated alike. Latter
ly, however, ho has Indicated a great
er degreo of Interest and he will do his
best for us. I think."
yond tho power and scopo of tbo
Hoard of Supervisors and Is ultra l
ren. The return goes on to show that tbo
pretended claim on tho County was
lor material supplied to thn Honolulu
Parle Commission at lis own request,
for tho benefit of tho Kaplolanl Park,
and that tho Hoard of Supervisors or
tho County of Oahu never had posses
sion or control of the Park, which aro
vested In a Hoard of Trustees, over
which neither the County or tho Super
visors over had exorcised any control.
In this behalf the petitioner alleges
that tho Kaplolanl Park has always
been, and Is, a Territorial park In the
I exclusive possosslon, control and man
agement ot a board of trustees ap
pointed by tho Governor, and known
as the Honolulu Park Commission, for
, tho benefit of which neither the Coun
ty of Oahu or tho Supervisors thereof
have any legal right, jmwer or author
ity to mako an appropriation of public
Illcknell asks that tho writ bo dis
missed, that ho bo not required to is
sue tho warrant In favor of tho peti
tioner, and that lm be discharged with
tils costs, v
Spreckels May Build
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 23. Claus Spreckels says he may organ
ize a street railroad in this city to be operated with an underground system.
ANTIOPE CONDEMNED BY JAPANESE COURT.
TOKIO, Japan, March 23. The prize court has condemned to forfeiture
the British bark Antlope, Capt. Murray, which was seized during the war
while carrying contraband.
" SENATE TO INSIST.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 23
Its amendments to the 8tatehood Bill.
Arizona and New Mexico.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 23
decided that insurance Is Interstate
CENTURY, W. Va.( March 23. Twenty-one miners are'belleved to have
been killed In the mine, explosion of yesterday. Fourteen have been recovered.
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 23. Governor Pattlson, who was reported se
riously III, Is Improving.
REG INALD TOWER TO MEXICO.
LONDON, England, March 23.
ish Minister to Mexico.
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal. .March 22.
3.50Z3 cents or jn.zs per ion, previous quotation, 3.3qbzs cenis. j.j
S 10 IT
Tho annual Mormon Confcronco of
nil the churches and missionaries of
tho Territory will open tonight at tho
Punchbowl Church, PresldentO. 11.
Ilybca will preside and a most Interest
Ing program Is promised. Tho Confcr
onco will contlnuo thiough Saturday
and Sunday, when a rest of ono week
will bo taken and tho closing sessions
held at tho Mormon settlement of I.ale.
Tho general work of tho church In Ha
waii will bo taken up, and probably
President Smith endorsed. Tho Mor
mon Church In Hawaii Is growing. It
now has 7,000 followers In tho Terri
tory and 1900 In this city,
Acting Governor Atkinson this morn
ing visited the now Nuuanu Valley res-t-rvolr
In company with Contractor
Whltehouse. Atkinson Is ot tho opin
ion that the work' is progressing ton
slowly. He wunts Its completion hast
ened If possible, and will consult with
Superintendent of Public Works Hoi
toway about tho matter.
A chimney1 sweep named Murtagh
has secured "lection to tho Ualybay
Town Council, County Monaghan, Thlr
Is hellecil to l"o tho first case In tho
Urltlsh kingdom of a chimney sweep
obtaining a plnco on the county board
is one of the first principles for the bus
iness man's comfort. When he tries a
Hey wood No, 204, Somerset bal. he will
experience that real satisfaction obtainable
in the good stout soles and durable uppers
of all our Heywoods
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itteki.lirtiiisTii sfishAi.'s.', il'ii'lWstti'f)w.i rtm-ftwi
The Senate has decided to Insist "n
Its principal amendment Is to cut out
The House Judiciary Committee has
Reginald Tower has been appointed Brit- .
SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals. ,'i
Tho Hawaiian Klectrlc Co. has Just
completed tho Installation of an elec
tric light plant at Walmanalo planta
tion, over tho Pall on the wlndwatd
sldo ot this Island.
Klectrlc lights now Illuminate tha
mill, tho olllces and the manager's
residence. Tho Improvement makes a
wonderful difference and the planta
tion, at night, can now be seen for a
I Heretofore tho plantation was light
ed by oil lamps.
UNFAVORABLE FOR CUBA
The Chronicle ot aMrch 17 says:
The Chronicle of Msrch 17 savs:
Ing estcrday and a little more inter
est was shown by buyers. Prices
showed llttlo change, howexcr, as com
pared with the previous day. Hawaii
an Commercial Sugar sold at a slight
advance, and Hutchinson Plantation
also was higher at the close. Adtlces
from Now York showed an advance In
the price of raw sugar, sales being msdti
M 3.00c. The reason for this Improve
ment is that Cuba Is backward in
grinding, tho differences as compared
with last year being about 200.000 tons.
Thero lins been continuous rnln In the
Islands and weather conditions are un
favorable for the growing crops.