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HONOLULU. rKUKTTOKT OF HAWAU. WKDNKSDAY. .IANUAKY 30, J907
5 UKNTflJJ5 1
Rises To Defend
Volcano Marshall Iiiih aniitvl hi mi
open It'llor to president Koosovclt. IIn
Iiiih taken up tliu defense of Attorney
l.cirrln Andrews, who wns recently ills
bnrroil from practise of Inw In tho
Shanghai courts. TIiIh I the letter.
It speaks fot llsclf
President or ttio United States
A iikikI extraordinary situation pro
vallH In China. Ho confounding In thin
Hltnntlon that I urn constrained In ml
dressing thin Open Letter lo-joii. Ac
tuated by no desire other than justice,
which 1 understand Ih likewise n pnrn
mount characteristic with joii. It do
volves upon me, tho oldest Amerlcati
Juurnnllst In the Par Hast, to plainly
and succinctly dellne tho situation
Hint a Kreat wrong, Innocentl) lulllct
ud by oti, thrmiRli one of our up
polntees, tuny bo righted.
Tho entire American liar of HlianK
hut, with two exceptions, has been
illsliarred by tho recently appointed
United Stated Court JiiiIko l.obbueiis
it. Wlllley. During thirty four years
of net ho work In tho Journalistic plan
tation, I cannot recall for It Is non
existent In history mich uu ofllctnl net
of t) runny, such uu olllclal net of In
famy. Ami one, too, filled with such
direful consequences, not only to tho
Open Letter To President Roosevelt
On Recent Events In American
Consular Court Of Shanghai
Burning Letter In Marshall's
unfortunate practltlnneis, tliu conser
vation of Justice, but American pros
tlgo In tho Far Kust.
Ah )ou arc nwnro. Sir, n hill for the
creation of n United States redernl
Court In China, passed Congress at
tbu session bcloru tho present one.
Kvcry patriotic Amerlcnn In tho Knr
i:asl rejoiced nt tho creation of tho
Court, hutting It ns nu augury for bet
ter conditions nmuug thu litigants.
The so called American Consular
Courts lu China, us you uro nwure, nro
wonderfully nnd frightfully nindo, sov
eral of them In the past being noto
lions for corrupt practices; largely, If
not entirely, governed In their deci
sions not by equity but tho geoinot
rlral problem, ho nppulllugly preva
lent in nutlvo circles here, of "bow
Was It any wonder, Sir, that tho o
tnbllslnnent of this I'ederal Court kuvo
satisfaction to American residents til
lu tho middle of December lust
Judge l.ehb.iciis It. Wlllley, appointed
by )ou us first JiiiIko of the New
law, us well us tho Statutes nnd AcU
of tho United Stutes affecting Con
sular Courts In China, nnd that unlesn
this examination was passed nt this
1.1,1111, imiM-'i in oiuiiikiiiii jihik1' oaie. no uillieu Hiaies nttornov. rn.
Wlllle wns formerly Attorney tlenernl Rnrdlcsil of wlial ctrtlflcates ho held,
would bo admitted to practice in bis
01 the Philippines,
The da) follow Iiik JudKe Willie) 's
nrrhul, be notified the public through
the press that the Court was uhout to
bo opened In tho meantime u mini
ber of ruses hail accumulated, some
luollnK welKht) Interests and others
of rltnl effect personally to arlous
ineiuheiH of the American lomtuunlty
Court, lirltlsh, (lernian, and attor
nejs of other nationalities mlKht, how
eer, uppear, by presontliiK to him
certlflcntes from their resptcthe Con
Bills that they were ipmlltlud to prac
tice lu their respective Consular
Courts, without examination
Thu American liar lu Shanghai
On tho oponlnK of Court he announced numbers nine persons, all of whom
that no further legal proceeding
would ho hud until ufler tho first of
tho jenr, hut that alt American attor
ue)s would bo required to pass, n
week fioni dale, u written examina
tion In equity, iilendliiK, evidence, In
ternational law, loutiurtH, torts, wills,
admlnlstintloii of estates, crimlnnl
hold certificates from the various So
pitmo Courts of the stutes, several
also beliiB members of tho United
Slates Supreme Court and having ac
tually appeared In fore Hint tribunal.
All of these lit tome) h have been ad
mitted to the Consular Court or tho
United-States und uro lu good stall I-
WHAT B1K$ S
Following Is an extract from u t-
letter received b) a well known
resident of Honolulu lu toda)'s
mall from Shanghai
You will probably see h) the
jiaMTH that Andrews and I did
-f linl pass the examination of the
new American Court here Tl Is
t amounts to nothing. All Amerl-
ran lawyers failed to piss. This -t
lu no wise uffects our stulldliig
In nil the Courts, including
Amerkan Consular Court nnd It
t- It considered n Joke hero. Our
-f business Is Jurt us good as ever
and before this letter reaches )ou -f
we will have passed the lecpilred
examination The Judge Is from
Mnnlln und hnd some queer Ideas
I expect to come through llono-
lulu lu uhout six weeks, ltegurds
V M. llllOOIvS
lug there, us well us lu their several
Slates, und ugalnst none of whom
have any charges, ns I nm uwnro,
which would affect their standing as
lttorne)s, ever been inude. These ut
torne)s nlso contiol, through the com
Ity of tho courts of other nations, u
number of cuses In the various courts
(Continued from Paq 3)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 30-Secretary Taft hat atked for $350,000.
appropriation for fortifying Pearl Harbor In addition to the $260,000. now .
available for the ute of Hawaii. '
Taft tayt that there It every reaton for making ready fortifications, ; i
and wants Congrett to tpend $600,020. thereon. ' , .a
The Coatt Defente Board urget the providing of tlx 12 Inch and fourjtfMj
C-lnch gum, tlxteen mortart, tubmarlne mines, etc., for the defente of 7 'j
Honolulu and Pearl Harbor,
Hayct It working for the Hllo breakwater appropriation.
-. 01. NM DM
Howland Well Satisfied
With What is Now
ADMIRAL TOGO HONORS
LOCAL JAPANE8E WITH
The Inst mail from the Orient
brought, to loml Japanese, a inesROve,
liiim Admiral Togo willti.il by Uie
Admiral's own baud.
It will be remumbercd that shortly
after the ilosu of the Kusu-Jupauei
wur, local Japanese held a tiicniurlHl
(.crvlie in honor of the lo)ul men who
bud fallen in battle. Money was col
lected for u memorial tublet, luter
erected In the nrd of the Japanese)
Work on thu Nutinuu ilum Is pro
gressing now- faster and more satis
factorily than lit uiiv utrvloiis time
inro ii. etiimtmctlnn of the ilnm be- hchool on Niiuumt street.
can. ncmrdlnc to a statement made byt It occmred tu those lu clurge that It
Assistant Superintend-nt tit Public would be especially appropriate if the)
WorliH llowluml this men nliitf. tould secure it legend for the inonu-
mi- tiiiwinnii snvs it U liiiDossllile'mont written b) Admiral Togo. To
for mi) one who hns not visited the reture such rctogultlon from high or
.lam in huvo an Idea of the Jin-junt of,fli-llH Is not olwa eas). Consc
work Hint lias already been done. 'lUently the Jupaiiese were especially
Within the two weeks pas: much haBJPieaseu to leceivo iiirougu uie mail u
been accomplished, and soon the work , prompt response to their request, from
of constructing the big middle section the Admiral himself,
will commence. This will lequlie u The Inscription consists of thrca
r.reat amount of roclc and earth fill, vvoids. incunliig in nmuory of the lo)ul
(Atxuitaled J'f-i-ai XiitrtuI Cull 1 1
CHICAGO, III., Jan. 30. There have
been 4,000 cates of tcarlet fever re
ported In this city.
When It Is finished the dam will be
If the wenthei holds good und there
(Continued on Page 2)
Delivered In thoroughly cleansed con
talnert to any part of the city,
LEAVE ORDERS AT
biibjetts, mid the slgnuture of Admiral
Togo. This will be transferred to the
stone tablet, und the original docu
ment flamed and hung In the Japdii"XO
IIWALIKO In this city. Jan. 29, 1U0T,
the Infant child of Mr. and Mis.
George K. Hwallko.
BULLETIN. AD8. PAY
'j 'j ci-. a i--r-i
' ilivl ill ml IP; ''A
MAUU IN NliVV YORK
the part that drett playi In
thaplng a man' career. Ar
rayed In an Ill-fitting suit of
poor material, out of date, or
exaggerated In style, a man
may at heart be a gentleman
of the hlghett type, and a go
nlut In ability. But the world
will mltjudge him.
THE KASH CO.,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
AMSTERDAM, Holland, Jan. 30.
The revolt In Java hat been eupprett
REM IN APRIL
Acting Collector It. A. Stncknblo
stated this morning that ho expected
that his brother, K. It. Stnckuble, who
Ir now lu Kuropo onin mission for the
Immigration Hoard, would return
about April IS. Ills leave of aliseiue
does not oxpiru before next May.
It. A Stncknblo does not think that
tils brother will nccept n permanent
ugagemeiit under the Immigration
Hoard, even If uch a one should b'
offered to him, us ho has written that
ho has found nothing but hard work
In his new capacity. Ho will there
fore nrobabl) lesiimo his duties us
MAY BE E
The Hongkong Maru, from Sun
Kinuclsco, wus sighted off Koko Head
uhout 2 u'clock tills afternoon.
Dr. M. II. Grossman has returned
from the Coast nud has resumed dental
practice lu his Alukeu street office.
Remember Alameda dance at the
Ho)itl Hawaiian Hotel Friday evening.
Music during dinner hour.
Many parties have arranged to skate.
ut the rink tonight. This week is
Irluglug iiiuny out for u Inst tllng on
the skiites. Open ever) evening this
week. Hand tonight.
8AN FRANCISCO, Cat., Jan. 29.
BEET8: 88 analysis, 8t. 8 1-4d. Par
ity, 3 81. Prevlout quotation, 8s. 9d.
When some people drop u hint It
rounds like u ton of coul going down
Continuous Violation Of
It May Cause Test .
The numerous violations of the auto
mobile ordinance, which uro occurring
doll) right on the rltv streets und lu
front of tho very nutis w. ,. o p-illco.
may have tho effect of causing step
ti. bo taken to hnvu tho ordinance en
forced County Sheriff Iuiikuu stated
this morning that ho wus thinking of
"1 urn thinking of having a friendly
test case," said the Sheriff, "but I
have pot inude up my mind on tho mat
ter'nset.JAAhiMicssloir of the Leg
irlntur'otjwllibeglu" very soon, I may
fllid It, unnecessary to take steps ut
tho" present time1.
Chauffeur Kxamlner Wilder Is very
Mixloua to have tho ordinance tested.
"It ma) bo that It will not hold wa
ter, nud in that case It should bo
known," he said this morning. 'On
thu other hand. It may be enforceable
mid lu that caso It should bo enforced.
It Is not right to have some iwoplu
taking out licenses und complying
(Continued on Pag 2)
PACIFIC MAIL SHIPS
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 30. M-inagir Schwerin of the Pacific Mai!
Steamship Company tettifled before ta Ifuarstate Commerce Commlttlon
that Harrlman pr.on.illy Is the ow ic of the tteamthlot Mongolia and
Manchuria, and chlrnel the Pacific Mxll r.nmii.inv 1tn.riiMl. a month for the
uu of them. f.
KILAUEA PIT IS
FILLED WITH LAVA
Al MORE ACTIVE
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Special llulletln Wlrelessl -'
IIII.O, lluvvall, Jail HI.- All explosion III Kllauea ilt of more
than onllunrv vigor last night lliiew tho lavu u couple of liuiulred .
fe( t high und filled lluleiiuiiiniuii There Is considerably more activ
Ilxplorers say that all tho lutuiut.ilii lava Hows on thu side of
Manna ji.i uio ilitul Nouo of lbto Hows readied thu sru "-'r
A A A .1. A 4 A A A A A A A A .. A ff .'. A A A A .J. A A A A A '.;
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and care In connection with the admin-1
titration of an ettate It attumed by ut
and by methodical tyttem and the util
izing of year of experience, we are
able to render Judlclout and highly sat
i company, uu.
The Money You
THIS SHOULD NOT BE SPENT
FOOLISHLY. WHY NOT TAKE
THAT CASH AND INVEST IT IN A
DURABLE ARTICLE OF FURNI
TURE. 8EE HOW MUCH YOU CAN
GET FOR IT AT THE STORES OF
Kvery man should know bis dut)
Then he can niogul7 it lu time lo
You had better put your
valuables wheie they
will be safe. Have von vi
ever heaid of greater
security than that offer
ed by the Henry Water
house Trust Co,, Ltd.,
for four dollars a year.
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1059-1065 BI8HOP 8T. ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDINO.
These Shoes Are
Made For Long Wear
Made of good, honest leathers by
an honest maker. Style, blucher
oxford, Price, $5.00. Ask for
the Chas. Case shoe for men.
Will outwear two pairs of ordinary shoes
Manufacturers' Shoe Co,, Limited,-.
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