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Aloha Temple Installation
Hawaiian Lodge Installation of
Oerank Lodge Third Degree.
eahi Chapter No. 2 Inttallatlon
All visiting members of tbt
order ar cordially Invited to at
tend meetings o( local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 1, I. O. O. F.
Aff-cti every Monday evening at 7:30
In I O. O-KTHan. Port atreeL
i: It HCNUHY. hcorctary.
C O lltnil.L, N. '-I
All visiting bro'hera very cordially
MYOTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. f P.
MetU every Tuesday evening At
J: 1 30 o'clock In K. of I'. Hall, Klur
street. Vlsltlne- brotben cordially In-vlu-ti
O. J. WHITEHEAD, C.C.
K. WALDitON, K.II.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. f P.
Kc'jta eveir Prlday evenlrg at
K. I'. Hall, Kins sTeet. nt 7.30. Mcm
beri of Myitlc Lodxe, No. 2, Win. Mc
Kluley Lodge, No. S, and visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
a. a noND. c. o.
' A S. KKNWAY, K.R.I.
HONOLULU LODGE 619, P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 618, II. P O. B.,
will meet In their ball, in Miller I
and Berctanla street!, ttery Friday
by order of the E. It.
HARRY H. SIMP80N,
H. MUIUUT, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. I, K.tf P.
Meets every Gaturday evening at
f:i0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
trt- Visiting brothers cordially In
rlU4 lo attend.
M. M. JOHNSON. C.C.
K. A. JACOIISON, K.H.fl.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. Z.
Sleets on the 2nd nnd th WEnm
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
O'clock In K. of P. Ifall, King atr-L
VUltlng Eagles are Invited t- at
0AM McKEAOUK, W.P.
H T. MOORE. W Sety.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meet every second and fourth
TRIDAY of each month In 1. O. C. F.
Vliltlng brothers cordially Invited to
W. r. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. 15 MURPHY. C. of R.
i; Tliink of the Danger !;
1,1 If n will is lint it oflfii ini-ntis lt';.il coiiijilicatinns worse V!
il tliuii it conli-l. If a ilcoil to a iicc(i of irojici'ty U inialuiil i;!
!', iiinl tint fotinil ulicu wniiti-il thi't't) inlP-t liu n ilnplic-nto liinilo )'
y iiinl ci'i'tilii-il Iiv tlio projicr nllleiuN ill tlio Inml ollii-cs. Ami 'A
i it nil 11101111- iiiomt' loit. In citln-r I'vctit llio cost is gre.ttL'i- Jj
j'i li, fur tlimi llio icnt of n li in our Knfu Di'jiosit vault j''i
;'i hutcrnl times over. ;'i
1'OK FOUIJ DOLLARS
wo f,'ii!iraiiteo yon t-ccitrit.v front Icis for tho jierioil of otto
jcir ami von will lmvo tlio ttso of ono of tlio Ihjm? in our
:in 1 1 that h mailo of slccl nml iron ami linilt hi Htrotig
that it will ic-irtt tho attacks of lnii'glar.s ecn whi'ti dyna
mite is tt-eil to ulTcct an entiMiice,
),! FOR COKI'OUATIOXS jj!
i(( wo bnvo tho largest jirivato hoxos to ho fottnil in 11113 vault VJ
i,! in tlio i-ountry. I'Iiomi aro iiiudo largo so that hooks of VJ
!', li'i-onl ii.s well as silver pinto in largo quantities may ho )
i'j easily ileinsiliil in 0110 of them. For estates mauiigoil iy yj
j'l two jiotfioiis they aro inost batisfaelory for tho reason that jjj
j'i hoth otlieers must ho jiresent in order that tho safe nuiy '
j'i ho opened. 'JJ
ji Wo havo jirivato rooms where iiiijiers may ho examined nt jji
jl' any timo during hitHiiiiwu hours ami wheio thore is less danger yj
j!f of interriijitiou than there would ho in a jirivato otliee. X
l Tho otlieets of this Coiui.iny are always ready to givo advieo Jj
'J when asked upon any suhjiet with wliieh their exjierieneo has !lj
JtJ made them familiar. Tho ceeiirities olTered investors aro ho- !(j
JiJ lieved to ho gilt edgo and sueli as the eoutts nijitove for invest- Jj
!i; ment hy exeeulor.s and administrators. V
, Wo will ho jileiited to have jou call and iusieet the ollices J.
,' and tho niaminoth vault whether or not you intend to heeomo j!
. a jiation. f,!
i The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd. i
Ktn a.id B thclSts.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 663, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fjurth Wed
nesday of each motitli at Sun Atuonlo
llgJl. Visiting brother cordially in
vited to attend.
T. I McTlOHE, Prea.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
Additional Cable Newa on Page 1.
VISIT CAUSES JOY
Manila, IV c. 2K. Tliu pioplo lieu- .lie
pieutly elated lit the iiiljlHntlon of t lit
uivvs Hint Piesldent Itouxcvclt iiiiiIciii
I Mintnit lil'ihltll, !1 itwll In III.. Pllllhilillll-I'
NATIVCS KILLED AT MASS
Manila. Doc 28. In n panic oicui--rlng
In ii mass mi-cling held ftctilu
nt TanJ.i.. Negrus, fuuitcen natives
wei l.llli. I and thirteen wounded In the
i.tmiipcite tin beginning of the it-cltciiH-nt
whs mused by u woman In
the eioud fulling In an t'iIKitlu lit.
DEATHS FROM SEVERE
VI -mi i, Dec 2S A heavy Mum
rm h. raging lioie. Many deaths
lro:n rro7liig have been ii'iorltil.
DLIZZARD CONTINUES IN LONDON
I. miliin, ! 2S The lillzrnul,
JhI'I'Ii l..is hi I'll raging heru for thu pasi
M'o iiimi, hiiii continues. .Many sicum-oihui-u
ii 'n ti l tu In- In dlstiess In thr
NANTES BISHOP FINED
NimtcH, Ik-e 2K. Tlio lllulinp or
Nimler usnnnil leu francs yeslerdii.
Ills offense i-ouslsllug of striking n
cjrds on salt at
the Bulletin office.
LOCAL AND GENERAL v
099 out of 1,000 times you will find
it or sell it or secure It to best advan
tage through Bulletin want advertis
ing. 1 Cheat the doctor, go to Wallele.
Panama lints rleatiiil at the (llobc
I DfBt cup of colTee In the city. New
I England llakery
fn I iiie-ell's Pine Cream, pint tins,
2r tents Dny k V.o '
If your fewlUB inncbliie neeiH'repalr-ibut
IliK lilmiie Ileniiy & Co . Main 4SS. i
Tlio Coittlc Blioiild tint lencli liere tllli
Siindn nt slio sailed two ilni late fiom
Ciiptnln Saunders of Hie American
liarl. St Kitherliio In lmrt Is u i-iiinilii
of Admiral Ver ,
Spicllil liieitlnp, of Oce.iule I.imIkc, I'.
& A. M., this ewnlUK. vltli ftorlt In tin (
t 111 rM ill gree
A Riimll fiirntBlieil cottage mid Miine
nicely liirulHlied looms ale for rent lit
Kumelinmilin Aliiiuul Anwnlallon
'will rImi n Kimiker to Its friemlit In
nuirruu (itiliisf '
Ihero wuic M-eiit-fuiir ftet nix
Inelien of wntci In the nalalun (lain
llnv.-nllnn Tribe No I, Order of Rii
Vcn. meets llilx evening nt 7,30 u'cluik
Oabu Lodge, No. J, K of i' . lll
meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock In K or
1' Hall. King street.
Some ilaiut mill fine tlu-user fm In i
I fmilH nnd ililtdieu came Iihi In'u for'
I Christina mid mo on khIi- nt llloin'H
Tlie holldio number of 1'nr.nlUu of
Pacific nt all iicuh Htundx or Wiim rle I
blink, llellul Kticit; leady fur mall
The four most valuable emvelopedlas
piiMUIied are In Ktnck at Wm (' Lyon
Co, Ltd Sold on eas montlil) in-
St LoiiIh College Alimuil Atsucla
tlon'H ilanie v. Ill tnke pliue ill I'rogresi'
llnll on New Ye.ir'H Eve. A gr.unl tln.e
lii'U Ihi expected.
"Arabic" keeps Iron roofa free fniin
runt and puillles lain nnler (lh It
n trial and be lonWmcd California
Ft Ml Co. .agents
Mit. Aiignttu Ijifi' of Sail I'ninUi'co
fniinerly of Honolulu, iiuiiiiunieH tin!
in?aiTim'tit of her daughter, Anita, lo'
IMwIii l'rniKlH Leltii.li
I'lie ItatiK of llnv.ill w:ia nine Jc.ilH
old .M'Moiiln.x. Stalling Willi a i.ipltal
of $'!(.0,D00, It has him n lomliiiied e.ip
Itnl mid sin plus of (1,000,000 I
Wnlklkl Inn Is no- owned by V. C.l
llcrglu, Accummodatlonx, suppl!etl
and nttendanre absolutely first clam, i
I'inest bathing on the beach, '
Not onl dining holiday time hut all
tbo ear lounil uru choice plueaiiilei
and hauniiiib aipieiatcd Don't fingel
.Mini friends, Kiuiulon front page ,
Manager IIIdgiHid "111 liae on ope'i
golf toiiruaiiielil on Sunday mid
llalelua lintel will nlTer u cup as a
prize. There ulll be a dance Siituidii
nlglit unci music nil day .Suuda,
Old Year Out and the New Year In.
Pile public Is Invited to ilanie the old
.war out mid I lie, i.ew Jcar In at tin
nnl llnwallnu Hotel on New Vcai'u
Ee, Special music during tbo dlunei
John Uiilld has len appointed 11 Count. Cleil. of thu Cmiuty of Oahu,
Commissioner or Deeds fur the 8li.lt ."a served this Hoard of Supervisors
or California lu the 'It-rrltory or Ha-1 fiillhfiill) rlnre Its first meeting on tho
wall The 1 oinmlssloii, wlilth Is signed ' 1st day or .lul, A I) Dor,, and has at
by (iovrrnor Piiuleo, Is for rour veara, li-tuled to his indiums mid Important
rrom December 1 1, l'JJfi.
'I liu H. S Wlinbledon, Cait. C. Cow
mil, nrilved est"iday nftciiioon wlili
r.iKn tmih of (oil from Newiastlu. riho
had 11 rough puisage nnd lifter dlsclkitg
lug here will piuhably pi to tbu Kuiimt
(Hid load lumbal for tliu Colonies,
A veiv liupoitmit mietlug of thu Ho
nolulu Lodge of i:il, h Is to he lield this
cu-nlni, lu thu old 1111.U leis. Miller mid
Iti 11 Inula nvf-niie. I!eiv liiemliei- nt
II. e iirdii- Is requested lo atleiul this
meeting, us some very luipiutmil mat-Ii-iii
pertnlullig to Hie lodgt me to be
(iiurge II, rululilld, mauagei of Ma
in o Sugar Co.'ti iilmitatloii, lift foi
lieinii last night. Ho said that Col
Spalding mid himself weie willing in
release thu Knpnn laud to thu (ioveia
meiii whenever the eiop war. taken off,
hut deshed lo imiKc niiaugemeuts with
tliu settlors iiudui wlihh llu- would
ciilllvute cine for tliu mill The 11 use
will expire In .May
1)1 llartini, wliu nrrived 011 thu Mon
golia, Is said tu havu given out the
news tliiil tin Morning Stai was (tr
talu lo lie sold lit 11 high prltu. Thu
slatenieiit Hint 11 man It- coming fiom
I'numiia to olfur J.'i.UOO for liei Is 1 ic
ing tulten Willi it grain or siilu ou the
wnlerrrunt nlu-r tho uxttt-iuu illlllculO
whli h thu uilhslouaiy lioat had In maU-
lug thu Ulp to thu Coast, which sli
Dually accomplished on thu scioud ti,
even then nut icuihliig tliu ioit foi '
whieh shu stalled
At thu tiistallatlou of olllcers of llti-l
wallan Lodge No. 21. 1 A M., tliu j
letlrlng WoMhlpfnl Muster, Charles 1
S. Hall, was piusrntcd with a Pust
Maslei's Jevvil Tliu Jeweler entliisttd
with thu older foi the Jewel seledeil II. I
Culman to do tliu woik nnd tlio lesul
is highly tiedllnlilu to his Judgment In'
t-eleellug 11 vvorKimiu of tliu high de
gree ol skill whlili Is exemplllled lu III"
Jewel. Tho Jewel is one of thu uiiint
urtlbtir pioducts of tlio Jewulir's iinr'
ovur pioduccd lu Honolulu, uud It Is
on enraging tu tlioso wlio want lu tc.
Hawaii prugrebs along ait Hues I I
know that such woik tan hu pioiluccil
hcru nnd that tlio skill to do so Is lielug
Initial toil lo Hawaii's sons. Seldom Is
massivdiess and guue Joined us lu
tills Jewel The modeling of tliu line
lu tho sun Is pmtlciilmly Hue and is
eloquent testimony tu tho winkuiaii'u
nblllt) as 1111 111 list.
That's right, five there are otherc
these are the impoitant ones for
you and your eyes
ou frown or squint in looking
at .in object;
your eves show an Intolerance
they tire, ache smart or wa
objects swim or become dim;
you have frequent headaches;
These are a few of the points that
point to the need of glasses, points
that point to us.
A N SflNHlRIl
bBt.!L . ?.,!J!?-1JL,
BOSTON BUILDING. FORT STREET,
Over May Co,
(11 HD i! I
'Supervisors Petition The
j Legislature For
1 A icKiiliitioii thanking County Clerl:
1 ii.uiu Kui.iuoKaiani nir 111s i.iiiniui
n-rlccH with 11 memorial to tliu two
houses of the l.eglslaturu asking that
IiIh salary bo lucieased from ir0il to
AT llMi was IlitrodiKed last night liefuio
tliu llonicl of HuperilboiH Ii) Jack l.u
l-.ih mid iiiuiiIiiioiisI) ciirloil
'I lie wording of thu lOKiiliitlou and
lint uiumuiliil Is us follows:
Wheieai-, David K11l.11111kal.ini Jr.
unties us suih County t'leik, In it
inaiiner hl),lil ciedlliililu to this llo.ml
mid people or tbu Count) nf (J.iliu; mid
M'lieiiMU, wo hellevu tli.it tlul sulil
Coiiut) Cleik has lllluil tliu said olllco
to tliu inllie sutlsfaitliiii of 11 largu
luujoillj or thu tuxpDuis or this
County, as witnessed Ii) tho Imgu mil
Juilty by which liu was lu-elected to
this Impoitaut iilllcu; nnd,
Whuieas, ill thu opinion or this
lio.inl, tliu satarj of tliu County Clerk,
us iippioprjaleil for thu past period b
thu Comity Act, A. II, 1'JOS, Is wholly
iiiudeiiiatu for tho perfoimanco or tbo
onerous mid Inipoitiint duties of tills
iusioiisllilu olllco; ho it Ihuiefniu
Hesolveil, That tills iluaid or Super
vlsora fully uppiccl.itu tho niilino or
servlies leuduied by thu said David
K11luuokal.ini Jr. uud deslius to ux-pli-HH
Its thuiiks lo him In tills public
niamier for Ills services so leiideied,
uud that these It-solutions ho spieud
upon thu minutes of this llo.iul lu iec
And hu It rurllier
Iti-bolved, Tliut 11 memoilnl ho ror
warded to tliu Seimtu mill llouso of
Itepiuseiitsitlves nt Its meeting lu
1 HOT, lliiougli u member of tliu Huuiito
mid .1 member of tliu lltiiisu of Hupio
sentntlves, irnlng Unit Ids salary for
thu nuxt two jears liu Incieasud to
f210(i pur joar
And hu it flllllier
Itesolvud. Tliat thu (huh man of this
Hoard foi ward stitli mcinoilal or tills
for the Adellna Pattl,
Hawaiian and Rough Ri
der Cigar; and Edge
worth Smoking Tobacco;
this tobacco Is guaran
teed. Everything for the
smoker here at worth
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T,, Weekly Edition of the Evening I
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'I uuiistiil yji'B bwmajitj 1D MIIIIIISBI VI
h nw of the day.
JU64 Fort St.
lio.inl to tho said Senators mid Mem
huts for presentation by them tu tlio
Seiutu uud llouso; mid that tbu memo
1l.1l nllucbtd hereto bo tho memorial
to be forwarded for presentation, nnd
be signed by thu clialrmnu uud mem
bers of this Hoard.
To tliu Honornblu Tlio Speaker or tho
House or Hepreseututlvus, mid to
tliu Honorable, thu Members of
tbu House of Itcprusentutlves an I
The Hoard of Supervisors of tho
fCounty of Oaliu do hureby memorial-
Izo mid petition thu House of ltepro
seutatives nnd Senate or this Terri
tory, In logular session, as follows:
That thu salary of tliu Clerk of tho
County of Oabu, us llxed by tbu Coun
ty Act of Hu)., nt tho sum or llfteeii
hundred dollars (Jloiio) pur year, Is,
in our opinion, wholly Inadequate ror
the perfui malice nf tliu onuiuus uud
luipiiituut iliitlei( required to bu per
toi mod by thu Count) Cieik of thu
County of (J ah 11
We submit that the luiHirtunco or
tills otliee, uud tbu high nnd respon
sible duties ilevo'vliig upon tlio occu
pant thereof, reipiliu u competent mid
resiHiuslblu pel sou nt nil times to (III
thu position, uud that to secure such
mi olllcer, tliu salary should bu such
us to lie u fair compensation, nnd bu
ma Ii ns lo Induce competent uud ru
Hpouslhle men In bu willing to accept
Wu llieiuforo piuy that wo nuiy bo
heard lu suppoit of tills memorial lu
ll tomnilttco of tills llouso or Itepic-H-nl'ithes,
mid that tliu salary or tliu
County Cluik bo llxed nt JlildO per an-
I'liin. mid Hint tbu County Act liui
miieiided to so provldu.
And wu also piny for such other uud
fiiilher ttfllou by tills Ilunornblo
llouso of lteprcsentallws as may
biem light mid pi oper lu tho pieui
Ibes, MAY GET INFORMATION
(Continued from Paaa 1.)
foimnllou or vmlous kinds, especially
concerning tliu lonuneiiu of tbu Ter
iltor), nml other mutton: part of this
liu uses In his annual lepoit, mid part
Is fur tlio general Information uf those
who me Inlcrcsied In knowing what
piogr"KK Is belie; made.
The (ioveriioi- therufinu suggested to
tliu I'lesldeut Hint Institutions bo is
su1.1l to Hut 1'edtiul oIIIlIiiIs I, ere that
at 1 ci lulu Kpeillled times thuy might
givu to tlio Chlet Hxeciltlvu or thu 'fer
ritin) iufoi niiitliiu ulong icrtriu spec
Thu I'lesldeut saw Ihu nmllei ns tlio
Covet nor did, hut tool: u niuin decided
nitlon tlimi liu wus uskt-d to take, b)
Instruction, thioiigh his department
licails. tliu viirlous Keileml ollltlals to
give thu (imernoi- nny mid ull liifurm.i
tliin desired lit mi) time.
Tho Governor vlshes It made plain
Hint tlicia bus been no tumble between
himself mid nny nllkhil tin nuoiinl in
Ihu withholding id Iufoi nintloii, mid
tliut liu had no uiinpluluts tn miiku on
that si oie.
A iiuvv.ilellwi) liiead wugun Jusl re
centl) seen on the suet Is 11 ciedlt lo
Its owner, tliu Vienna ilakeiy. Tlia
wjiKun la ji.ilutetl ted and Is Biiluclently
large lor its tieul. It inakei tegular
triiis uliout tlie city nml liouseki-cje-i,
urn buy In end I10111 It, ilglit nt theli
own diiiiis. 'I Ills liie.ul Is of superloi
iiunlll) uud tho vmiety of other Imit
ei) nitleles Is etleiiblvu. If thu Vienna
Halter's wagon does not stop at )oui
house, .vim tliould telephouu Main l&i
mid havu 11 do to.
Motion To Dismiss Is
Argued By Peters
Tho Territorial courts lmo no Jur
isdiction OMr the Chief Hxecutlvo of
tin Territory, nnd In case they should
Lider him to do or not to do certain
things, they luno no wny of enforcing
their ordeis. Such Is tho contention
mndo by Attorney (loucral Peters this
morning In his argument In faor of
thu motion to dismiss tbu Injunction
brought by Link McCnndless to pre
eul tho Omcriior from uxchunglng
tho IjiiiuI lands,
Tho urgumeuts of both the Attornoy
(lenernl nnd of Judge Clear, attorney
for McCnndless, weru entirely lis to
1110 jurisiiictiuii 01 ino court. 11 11 is
decided that the court has no Jurlsdlc-1
Hon lu tliu matter there will liu no
need of arguing thu mntter of tho bill
In equity mid going Into thu mntter us
to whether or not the (locrnor has
the legal right to order tbo oxebangu
of the lands, nt least not In tho cir
If, however, thu court decides that
It bus Jurisdiction, then tho legal as
oct of the case will bo taken up.
Judge Do Holt this morning decided
Hint tbu arguments 011 both sides on
thu (lovernor's motion to dlssohu tbo
Injunction should ho heard before tak-,1,.,,1
lug up tho demurrer nnd motion
brought by Land Commissioner Pratt.
Attorney Oeiiurul Peturs Is reprusetit
lug tho Governor nnd Deputy Attorney
Ceneral Mllverton thu Land Conunls
bloner. Outside or the court officials, tbu
attorneys for tliu two principals, mid
thu plaintiff, Link McCnndless, thcro
vv ns 110 one present lit Judge Do Holt's
court this morning, when thu I.anal
nialtei- was called up. Hut the 11 It or
i.e) 's table looked like business.
Weight) volumes weru stneked up In
hunt of thu opposing counsel until
they could hardly see over them And
eveiy few minutes 0110 or tlio oilier
would send out uud havu 11 half u doz
en more brought in.
Judge Hear begun by making nnotli
ei- play ror time. lu tried that lust
.Monday nnd succeeded In getting tbu
case postponed until todny. Hu waut-i
id it KistK)iicd until January 3, but
tlio Judge refused lo give him so much
timo, uud set thu cuso for today, dear
stuted to the Judge that liu had sent
to Washington to nsk thu opinion of
the Attorney General's Department us
to what action should bu taken In tho
matter. Hu wanted tbu Judl'e to ca
ble to tho United .States Attorney
General to find out whether hu should
proceed with the case or not. Judgu
Du Holt couldn't see but that ho him
self vv.is competent enough to pass ou
that question, ami liu ordered tho nt
torno)H to proceed.
Gear then tried another lack. Hu
asked for u postponement of n week.
Ho didn't gut It. Probably ho didn't
These lltllu piellmlnmles being
1,0110 thioiigh Willi, tbo court settled
down to business.
Tbo Attorney General had evidently
prepared his mgiinieut with much euro
mid lie cited uuthiiilty ou authority,
mid case after casu which had been
decided lu tbo courts of tho various
States, to prove his contention tliut
Ihu Territorial courts 111 u without Jur
isdiction ovur the olliclal acts of tho
Governor. In casu it puiuuiuciit In
junction is granted, liu said, Ihu coin t
Is without power to enfoicu It, uud u
piocess which cannot bu enfoiced Is
worthless. Ho showed by citations
tliut tbu Federal courts huvu no power
over Ihu President, and took tho
ground that tho Statu ami Territorial
courts stand in thu sumu relation to
tbu Governor that tlu l-'ederul courts
do to tbu President. If tho President
1 closed to obey thu 01 dors of tbu
courts, hu said, what could thu courts
do about it?
Puturs claimed, and cited iiulhorl
ties to provu, that tho President uud
other oxecutivus, by our peculiar form
ot government, mo exempt from tho
01 dei s of thu courts us regards their
legul and constitutional acts of discre
tion. If this weio not so, it would put
tliu responsibility of tbu Governor's of
lieu ou tbo judiciary mid make that
branch run thu government.
Thu Attorney General did not claim
Hint Ihero Is no redress In cuso of cor
nipt acts by a Governor, Ho Is amen
ablo to Ihu Legislature, and It Is
through tliut body that action must bo
bioiight against him, not through tbu
Statu mid Territorial com Is. Only tho
I'odeuil emu Is bnvo Jurisdiction ovur
In n mutter llku tlio ono at Issue,
Peters claimed that uctton should ho
brought not against tliu Governor to
pi event Ills exchanging tbo lands, but
by thu plaintiff against thu purchaser.
If thu complainant 1ms suffered any
injury, he has u lumedy In 'a bill of
equity ugalhst tho man to whom tho
land Is transferred, to have the bulu
sot usldo, Hut If the court cannot en
force its orders. It would do no good
to make tlieui, It could not haul tho
Govei nor Into court mid punish him
for contumpt In casu hu refused to
obuy tlio Instructions of tho com t.
Tlio Attorney General therefore iiBk
ed tlio court to dismiss thu Injunction.
Wbuii tho Attornoy General hail Ha
Uhotl, Judgu dear had an lulling. Ills
f)nlm B tl'm 1-1 Ulllilinetml lit nu nuimt n
v'"" iv niiiiiiwiivil j wi IIIUIIj
thorltles us llioso of Mr. Peters, Ho
iuiik niu uppusuu Kiuuuil, mot tliu
-fill,-! ilnun linvn l,.rlu,lln,l,,n ... .... ,1...
.. .tuvt, tt.,u ji,.,otiii.iiui ,,, lU
olliclal acts of thu Governor, and cited
u number of decisions In other States
to piovu his contention, Ho quoted
nt length from a Knusns decision in
which mi action was brought against
Governor John Martin to prevent lilui
fiom pei forming mi odlclal net, Part
of tliu atithurlty quoted, however,
seemed to bo very unfortunate, tor It
hold tliut while ull other oxeciltlvu of-
lletTrt nf lliu Htulo urn Htllijoct In lint
'state courts, tlio question ns to wheth
er or not they have any jurisdiction
lover the Governor Is still nn open one.
And Attorney Oeneral peters smiled
n large, Joyous smile.
I At the conclusion of tlio arguments
I in the motion of tlio Attorney Uener
nl's department for tlio Governor, tu
uismi8S ino injunction, mo demurrer
of the Land Commissioner will be tak
en up and argued
Tlio first cargo of sugar of tlio pres
ent season's ciop will bo the first car
go to go to New York via tho Tehiiati
tepee route It will he taken by tho
rtenniBlilp Arlznnan, and will amount
to 12,V" tons. Of this 4,000 tons Is
fiom Honolulu, 0,000 tons will bo tok
en from Knhiilul mid 2.S0O from Kn
nnapnll. The sugar mills nro now grinding In
lull blast. Along tlio railroad lino the
lurgn plantations nro all working, and
1 on 1P otr Bands particularly all
t. mills are Krlndliig.
JAPANESE TRY TO BRIBE
1 (Continued from Page 1)
n,10 lcr irnclci, to their own rare,
tho foicc of the criticism might bo
fcllghtly abated on the ground of cus
tom. The condition of affairs among
many Japanese physicians tbroiighoiit
the Territory Is not conducive to con
fldeiico 011 tho part of the Hoard or
I itmilil If Itii, iir,.mitit tliinrd nf Mi.it.
rniiilnt-ri can be IiiiiiohcI iiikiii.
UH their method of conducting cxnml-
nations In tho Jupancsu language (un
der protest) would seem to exclude
any possibility of collusion or fraud.
At tho present time there nro threo
Japanese candidates befoit the Hoard
or Medlcnl Kxmulners. Ono or them
I niu convinced bus been practicing
medicine at Illlo, Hawaii, and vlclnltv
under the subterfuge of nctlug us aid
to a licensed pb)slclaii.
It tnkes charily of Judgment not to
suvurcly condemn certain Oriental
practices. An American would not
receive tliu slightest leniency under
tliu following circumstances:
A member of tliu llounl of Hxaml
hers has been approached by tlio In
terpreter ror these candidates with a
proiKisltlon that, us lie gets no pay ror
making these examinations, thoy will
pay him well ror thu timo consumed,
There wus sent to his lesldenco a
inost elegant nnd expensive present,
presumably with the compliments of
the season. Although there exists no
personal acquaintance, It will bu re
tained simply ns evidence.
Another member had a similar gift
tendcicd him but sent it buck, saying
ins aciiuulntutico hail been limited to
ono olliclal Interview nml did not jus
tify such acceptance.
Thu third member was Interviewed
but bc)um) thu Inquiry as lo whether
the examination would bu hard or
easy, no advances weru made. Tho
Hoard, of course. Is ahovo temptation
or inmicnco, but hero Is an unques
tionable attempt to tamper with ami
Intliieiicu Ihu Hoard or Medical Exam
iners. Such an attempt amoug Anglo-Saxon
candidates would result In tho
Hoard or Health refusing a llcenso on
ethical grounds, no matter what tho
I presume tho mutter will pass as
an Incident. I nm,
L. L PINKMAM,
President of thu Hoard of Health.
OLD ENGINE KILLED HIM
(Continued from Page 1)
with vv lik ii he hud killed him self,
Winter hud been lu thu Islands for
about six mouths uud was u nutlvu of
Scotland. Hn was 24 yoais of u: and
ns far as Is known bud no u-lutlves in
tlio Territory. Tlie tlrst news or Win
ter's death wus brought down on the
Manna 1,ia, and was recehwU by tele
phone. I hough us tho wire was In very
Imd condition, the Information was In
complete. -- i
WILL TAYLOR LOOK
(Continued from Pag i)
ness generally Is to theck up accounts,
but tlieiu ale none to be attended to
hem ut present. I will stny about t lire
months In Hitwull, and during that
time I will visit ull the Islunds. IU--gnidlng
tlie leport ou the building situ
I should suy tliut that would probably
be left to Hie collector ot the port or
sumo such olliclal."
And tills was ns far us Taylor would
While, under tho clrciimstunccs. It Is
doubtful whether It. II. Taylor will re
port on the silo matter or not, tliu men
Interested In the pioposltlou by no
means fuel Hint he will not. The very
fact that ho Is an ollltlul who has, and
does, ntteuil In that kind or mutters,
mid that ho bus tome all thu wuy to
Hiiwiill, makes It probable that ha wlli
do so. At leust It seeniB extremely
piobuble tliut tlie Treasury Depart
ment, In Uovv of tho Illness of Horace
A Tu)lor, tlie original Taylor, decided
to console Httwuli with another Taylor,
"'"1 Hint 11. 11. Taylor Is this man.
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