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gVBNIWQ BOtmTTN, BONOLPtn. T. II,. KnttUV. OCT. 21!, lOOfl.
BUY GOVERNMENT LAND
OF THE GREAT
Embroidered and Drawn Work
DON'T MISS THE
Greatest Bargain Event
SAfl AN OPPORTUNITY
OF THE YEAR AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
FOR ABOUT HALF REGULAR PRICE A VAST VARIETY TO
Hand Drawn Linen Squares
FROM 40d UP.
Hand Drawn Linen Sideboard and
TROM S1.20 UP.
Hand Drawn Linen Scarfs
FROM 81.00 UP-
Hand Drawn Linen Tea Cloths
FROM 81.65 UP.
Hand Drawn Linen Tray Covers
FROM JH)cJ UP.
Hand Embroidered and Drawn Work
Shirt Waist Patterns
FROM 82.-10 UPWARD8.
SALE POSITIVELY CLOSES ON SATURDAY
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
Wc pack, haul and ihlp youi
ftbods and iiwc you money.
Dealen in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, l6 King St. Phone Main 58
la In splendid position to secure for
Hi patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Alio island Poul
try of every description.
TCLEPHONr. MAIN 76.
Given By Office Of
CHANGED BY MARRIAGE
WITE OF' AN ALIEN OWES ALLE
GIANCE TO SAME SOVER
EIGN POWER AS DOES
Republic became American citizens I'icnch clllr.cn after a dlnrro from lid
under section I of the Organic Art nnd first husband nnd that by Mich tcmiui
II seems to mo thcrcfnio thai Tarn .Mini marriage she became an alien In Hint
itln, having been born In Hawaii of a case tlicrn was not any icsldciif uhmau
Hawaiian mother, Ik entitled to ac- or Intention of residence abroad dtir
outre land under the Land Act of ISM Ing the period of the scond marriage
notwithstanding tltat his father was til ln the opinion Judge llrtmn fiioti'tl the
Chlneic person. Act declaring that tut till-nt who mar
As lo the other threo pcrnns named, rlcd n citizen shall bo deemed a ilHr.ni
In your communication, namely. Ah and also Section Ifl'JS of the Iteviscd
Moo Opullllll (w), Anna lltirnmoto. nml. StatutcH with regard to the right or ex
Nose Tamloa, It nppe.irs that though patrintlon nnd Bnld:
they were born In Hawaii of Hawaiian "u scms to mo that wo should re
parents, yet they have In each Instance pint the Sections nboe inotcd n nn-
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
F0RT8T. OPP. LOVE BLDG.
' Monuments of Quality
We always supply; now wc can
give you the very
Furnish us your address and our
representative will call on you
and show you our Illustrations
HIS CALLING IMPLIES NO OBLIGATION ON(YOU TO BUY.
J. C Axtell &CO. 1048-1058 Alakca
A Hawnllan woman, married lo n
nttlncso rnnnot tako up government
land for hcrsclt or her Itusbatid. This
Is Iho cist of an opinion written by
Deputy Attorney-General !'. W. Mllvt-r-ton
at I lie tcquest of Lnnd Commission
According to the United States law.i
an alien cannot take up a homestead
or acquire lands under purehaso leosco.
The question has como up several timet.
If a. woman, who has married a Chi
nese, can tako up land herself, virtual
ly for her husband, who, being an
nllcn, has not this privilege. That Is,
whether tho marriage of a Hawaiian
woman to an alien deprive her of bur
rights of United States citizenship nnd
makes her n subject of tho CIiIiicku
i emprror or whether she retains all tho
rights nnd confers them on her husband
Mr. Mllvcrton states that under Hie
present rulings the marriage of a cit
izen woman to an alien constitutes nu
act of expatriation and tho woman
takes tho rights of her husband ns re
Iho (net that numerous marriage
have been made between Hawaiian wo
men nnd Chinamen with tho purpose
on tho part of tho latter of acquiring
laud through their wives. Is well known
in this city but under tho opinion from
tho Attorney Ooncrnl'H ofllro tho Land
Commissioner will allow this practice
nu longer and there will probably ti
fewer International marriages in this
The opinion In full sn)s:
October 23, l0fi
OIMNION NO. 3S0.
la re. Right of certain perrons to nc
qttlro lands under right of' pin
Honorable James W. Pratt, Commls
blotter of 1'iilillc limits, Honolulu,
Dear Sir: In rcsponrc to your com
iminlcntlou of the ISlh Inst., In which
)ou Inquire as to whether cettaln por
tions therein named luivo the right to
ncqulro lands of the Territory of Iln
wall under right of purchnso lease.), I
would advice1 you as follows:
The first person mentioned by ou,
Tnm Man lllit (k), It nppcus was born
In Hawaii of u Chlncso father and a
Hawaiian mother. Tito 11th amend
ment to tho Constitution of tho United
St'tteg provides In Section 1, that all
persons born or haturullzcd In tho
United Stales and subject to the juris
diction thereof, nre citizens of thu
I tilted States nnd of the Stnto wherein
they reside. This clause of tho con
MItutlou has been construed In u num
ber of rases, particularly with referenco
lo the children of Chlncso parents born
within the United States. The law
cents to be well bcttlcd that n child
born In the United States of parents of
Chlncso, descent who, at the time of his
birth tire subjects of tho emperor of
China, but have n domicile and rcM
denen In the United Slates and nro
thern carrying on business, nnd nn:
not employed In any diplomatic or of
Iklal capacity under the Kmpcrnr of
China, becomes at tho time of his lilittt
n citizen of Hid United Stales by virtue
of the clause, of the Constitution above
l cf erred lo.
Section I of thu Organic Art pro
vldcs ns follows:
"That nil persons who were rlllzeni
of the Republic of Hawaii on August
12, IS:i8, aro hereby declared to bo cit
izens of the United Stales and rlllzeni
of tho Territory of Hawaii."
Jn construing this provision, our own
1'cdcrnl Coint has held that Chinese
who wcrn Hawaiian citizens on August
12, IMS. by cither, birth or nntiirnllra
tlcui, whether under the monarchy or
mnrrlcd Orientals. It Is not entirely
dear whether n citizen woman by tnnr
lingo with ft rcsidcnl nllcn loses her
citizenship nnd takes on the citizen,
i hip of her husband. At one time It
iinno.irs (n hnve been held thnt n femntn
, ttlvon nt llm tttlltf'il fttnlnv tllit tint If,,.'
her citizenship by marriage with an
alien. In recent years, however, tho
light of expatriation hns been very
tully rocngnlzc.1 and clncc It hns been
declared that nn nllcn woman, by mar
llago with an American citizen becomes
n citizen of tho Unltrd States, the con
verse of the proposition thnt n woman's
pouncing tho views of Congress upon
this branch of International law and
ought to npply the same rule of dec
i Ion to n case where u femato Ameri
can citizen tnnrrlcs an nllcn husband
that we should to n case wlier- nn alien
woman marries nn American i-lito-n.
It will bo noticed that Icgisln
lion upon tho subject of nnturnllMtinii
Is constantly advancing lownnl the
Idea that the husband as the heail ol
tho family Is to l.c (onsldcied H po
litical representative, nt least for Iho
purposes of citizenship and thnt Hit
wife ami minor children ow their nl-
'LECTR1C FANS provide comfort for the business man at Ms
t work, and for Ills entire household, w Itli but little expense and
A few strands of baby ribbon attached to the metal guard Rive a
pleasing effect serve as a thirst producer when placed on the soda
An Klcctrtc Tan once purchased will last for years, Is useful In a
number of ways, and needs no rcpilr.
In the dining room, the library or sleeping room; In kitchen or
parlor, the l'.lccttlc Kan Is alw.iyi at jwir service.
Klcctric Light and the Electric Kan make a strong combination
for summer comfort. Order our fan to-da.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO.
TELEPHONE, MAIN 390
HOME OF GOOD THIMG3 J
nmrrlago with n foreigner would give leglanro to the same sovereign power.
well woman tho citizenship "f her bus- l nnt therefore of the opinion that
land would nnturnlly fellow, the act of ,h Moo Opullllll, Anna Kuinmoto turn
marriage bolng consllered to ho nn net Hose Tnmloo have no right to ncqitlic
In a federal cafe decided by Judge
Hrov.-ti now Assoclnto Justice of thu
United Stales Supicmn Court, It was
held that n nntlvc Krench woman who
married n citizen of thn United StaUH
and thereby becamo nn American cit
izen, resumed her allegiance of her nn
tlvc country by n second marriage to a
lands ft mil tho Teirltory of Hawaii
under thn provisions of the land tut
letatlug to right of purrlitirc loiscs.
Vriy truly yours,
rilKI) V. MILVIJItTON
Deputy Attorney (icncr.il.
E. C I'BTUKS.
Ice Cream Parlors,
People who are the most familiar
with the PALM RESTAURANT form
tho framework upon which this estab
lishment's growing, reputation for su
prcmacy and leadership Is being built.
It Is hoped, with strict attention to
even the email details of service and
the careful purchasing and cooking of
tho eatables, like that of the past few
months ,to construct this reputation
into a truthful-built, well merited, co
lossal structure tltel will stand pre em
inent. TRY OUR BUTTERNUT
116 HOTEL NEAR TORT ST,
Judge Lindsay Gives No
Merc To Man Who
A native, named Kalnhnwnl was sen.
tenced this morning lo flto years' Im
1 rlsonmcttt by Judge Lindsay on n
charge of burglary In tho Arid degrco
At llrht ho entered a plcn of not guilty
but finding that thero was almost no
ill n n ce to escape, changed his plea to
guilty, In Iho hope of receiving a light
He was dlsapiKdnted In this ns Deputy
Hundreds Were Seated'
At Banquet Table ,
A Iii.iii which was In eerv restHt til
success was given to the nterr, "' i V
I'unrhhnwl Inn ulglil by M S Impolite, ?
.... .,.- . ..i ., .1., i. ,1... i'
uiiu iiii'y wcru nil iiii-in. ,iiiiiwiikii urn
nffnlr was not given by thn Iti-pulillru
ciindlilates nnd leaders, they were near
ly all present, nnd many of them dur
ing the evening made addresses to the
large crowd, In all theto were between
soven and eight hundred people t.enled
nt the long table during tho evening
(viiwi,wivwwvww viAftrviAniwvMnMvii wvwvwwww
The favorite, always frcsli and
sweet and retains those qualities un
til the last atom Is used There Is no
better butter broujjlit to Honolulu
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Attorney (leneral Fleming was pro-, and tho liinu was voted by nil present
mired for hist such a. move nnd nio-'n moil successful nHulr. Much credit I
(iuced n list of tho VHrlotts ct lines of
THONE MAIN 45.
which lie hud been foundEullty. He
hhowed that the prisoner hud been ioii
vleled six times In the pnst ten jears.
Ktihahawars reiord In the criminal
lino Is mi follows: March 5, lSlHi, for
burglary, two jeara; April 23. I83S, nir
Hault, 30 clays, March 3, 1S09, larceny
In second degree, six months; August
19, 1301. dBsault und battery. 10 days;
February 2R. I!)02. assault nnd batteiy
one month, March I, 1903, larceny In
hccond degree, 1 jear; October 25, 190'i,
Lurglary In second degreo, five years.
Ill git Ing the sentence. Jttdgo l.lnsay
btnled that under ordinary ilrcunt
stances ho would consider tho fact that
the prisoner had pleaded guilty, but
that In this c.itc ho considered him n
dangerous man to bo at large nnd that
live yea I In Jail would be itouo too
OF BREAD, CAKES, COOKIEO, ETC ,
PLB.KTI0N HUMC BAKERY
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PAINTING, PAPER HANQINO AN"
1335 Nuuanu St., below Honolulu HoU
. Clothes Cltaned and Prssstrt by thf j
I HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.,
1 J. J, Fsrn, Mantgir,
nlrhir.1i, ntar Outan Bta. All lata.
phono massgt promptly altandid to,
i We call for and deliver, Dyalng astra,
.' The BU8UB8 MAN'S HANDY IrT
I DUX, publlihed In the Oaturdly Bull
P. E. R. Strauch
VIOOO.-An Active or Hllent l'nrlucr
Wanted In a well eatnhllsheiljegltl
limto Iluslness In Honolulu, either
lady or gentleman, l.tirgo l'ruflN,
No Risks. I'artncr wanted to in
crease Iluslness. Party can buy
otto-half Intorest nt Cijst Price. Only
lionn fldn biijrtH considered, I.xcitp
llmial (ip)itunliy for Illght l'nrty.
IIOUQE3 FOR OALE.
$1000. Fnr only 12.7.0 3 ntnry Cot
tage ,Klnau Kt Well nnlshed, On
ly 10 per rent. Cash, Hal, f 25.00 p,
12700. 3 lied r. 1 aero Lot lir, '.on,
11300, a r. I'iiiiiiiiI Tax liso,
It a Jillclaui and rfrliinj unnK It
li like an excellent push n liquid
lorin, iU fur id Hollled by
HAWAIIAN BORA VOimo,
till and the vyeemy coition, gives. alija&o, T r. Kutf pr. Pawn, en t 30
concise and complete ratume o all l-l?tx) -IS0 I or. .na. I'minnl Caali
KIOHS Will ,
111 ON iiY
A meeting halt been cnlled for Mon
day af let noon at 4 o'clock of all thn
led Ion Inspectors of tho Island of
Onhu Tho meeting will bo In tho
nature of a school of Instruction, at
which till tho Inspectors will hn nbto
to confer with a member of tho Attor
ney (lonc'riil's Depnrlnient, who will
bo present In rcgnnl lo any mailers
which may como up In tho fulfillment
of their dill I oh.
As there uro n largo number of new
Inspectors this year who will need to
lenrn something about the duties
which they will luivo to attend lo, tiv
erjono Is expected lo bo present nnd
tho old members can help In the
work, bo that on Nor G the election
will bo curried through without a
SUFFERINGTHESU RE PENALTY1
Heslth Thus Lost Is Restored by I.yrtli
E. Plnkhtm's Vegetable Compound. '
is due Mr. Dupontc for Iho masterly I jtyAWVVMWWiWWViVWMVrW'ty"
way In which hn -handled the huge),
crowd nnd for the rnct that there was
iwi hitch of any klndluthep rix-icdlngs.
Theie wits no dlsordrr ntul no drunk
enness. Tho luait was not Intended nt,
n campaign meeting, hut many polll
l( ill speeches were made, iiuinug those
who addressed thn crowd being W. O,
Kmltb. 1.. I .Met'aiiilless, A. V. (Sear
mid Henry Vlda. Harry Murray acted
as chairman, introducing the various
Henr manr women do yon Imow who
ro perfectly well nnd strong? We
henr everyday the satno Mory over end
over again. "1 do not feel well ; I bib
so tired nil tho time I"
vim WT f i
The Original Shingle Stains
l-'lrft made, llrxt In fii.llty nnd fiist
In the favor of ililnle-itaiii utors,
Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains
lt.ivo Itrcii ttsni', imitated aiu'. nlmseil for over tuontv years,
lint no imitation or milHtituto lt:it tim ilettli autl iii'ltiii'S.1 of
color, tlto lasting quilitipn or tlio wood trrrcrviti vaIiiu.
Wood twitcd with tliesio stdiii-'i ii nnol" niinsl docay or
injury Ity insects and tlio color nro jju.ir.iiitocd to last.
For utiiinlus, piiues and sniiiliesvtiiiiy to
LKWERS & COUUn, Ltd.,
KAMUin. CAIIOT, Sole Manufacturer,
The Pun then and Mnnoa Valley lnt
tinvcnictu tin lis met last night to dU
ciisH thu itiprotemnnt of tho govern
nient lot on llm corner of Wilder nvo
linn end I'unnl.nn street. A committee,
irpoilcd ui ti scheme of plunllng cer
tain trnea, shritba. and (Jhlet .limine
I'reir. K I 'flpalilliig und J. Kldtvell
were appoint fit ns n committee, to t4
the Huperiulendeitt of I'ulillo Works ie
unrdlug tho currying out of tliw.o plmu
H,, imllcet, 64lle fr tenders, ludjt
IikiiWi bnllJlnj irmlU and ial cs
lata tfanuttlonti Rvenlnq llullilln,
firt l'r moMlli, Wfy HwiiMin.
ll fr ynr.
1 Q. KIMQ AT.
Hit a chol;e (lecltcn d Pby
Clgthm, I'lrjunl tUin Mali, CPillJliV
Ing human iMln alia akra onlere lr
typewriting t TCM CPHfQ A PA0P
Mere than likely you snenk tho same
words yenraelf, nml no iloulit von feel
far from well. Tho fanwranyl easily
traced tosotnnderungement of the fa
male organs which manifests Itself In,
depression of spirits, reluctnnee to go
Bnywhero or do anything, baehaehe, '
bearing-down pains, llatulenev, lierv-,
nusness, hleepicwiiiess, or other fev'
These symptoms nre but warnings ! I
that there Is danger nbend, und unless
heeded ti life of suffering' or n r-erious I
oiieriiiuiii in (no iiuivHHiMU rcniiiL i
The never, fulling remedy for all these
symptoms is Lydlu '., I'iiilditiui's Veg
etable Compound I
Miss Ivnte aiclionstii nt wnouiirhlgc,
N. ,t writes t
Isr Mrs. l'lnldism i
"Itekterrd hslthlisiiiinnt so much In ln
tlist 1 emmet h"Ip frnm telling alxut It for
the ulnnf olhfr eiVerlng women
" I'nr a long time I uttlfeieil unliiM senny
llh s fpinnli Inmbli and Irirgiilmillm,
wlik'liinnd uinnpli)ienl wiixk. Hint no nun
thoiiilit I wuukt iwover, but l.,ull II, I'lnk
bnui Vegelalils ('oiiiuud linn rntlrelv
ninl mo, mid made inn "ill nmt ttrrug, and
I feel II iiivdut) li)tilotli''riiireiliiKWuiiinu
mlmt A kpleiidld liuilli ill" It I,"
I'm' twi'iity'lhe jusrs Mt". I'liilibniii,
duughter u-ut of l.jdla li I'lnUliuui,
litis lilldri'iii'illiitiliii, Hint Mnmi licr
ilecejMi, luirn iidvUlinr lib women fwn
r ' nf rluirtra Her tulvlwi l tm anil
, lnM)livlifMl- Ail'lrvw, .yiiii,MiiM.
That's the iiumber to rlnrj up, If you
want soda water that Is PUnC AND
WHOLCSOMC. Try ovr KOLA
MINT, PEACH MULLOW and GIN
GCR ALC the purest goods manu
factured in town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
1 HENRY K. WlbLEAMS,
tt liaa moved Ins rcsldcnco from the cor A
0 ner of DERCTANIA and IIICHAnDS tt
it Street to 0
nciw lei chords
j Nvw 'Phone Numlw-BMJR 101 !
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