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. ly different from existing circum-
'from San Francisco:
Ktorra Feb. 13
America Maru Feb. 20
For San Francisco:
Sonoma Feb. 12
Mongolia i.Feb. 19
From Vancouver: .
Mlowera Mar. 9
Aorangl ,Mar. C
ttan.At 1.Mr4ltT 4,f-nt.rv Mn" XTn
was forever the soul of optimism
and threadbare poverty, having a
philosophy he did not practice.
The mau who is discontented with
his business must tola- every means
at his command to improve it. .;
Change its lethargy into activity
by advertising in the EVENING
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HONOLULU. rKRRITORI OP HAWAII. WKDKKBDAY. KBBRUAKY 13. 1907
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SUPREME COURT ROASTS
ATTORNEY GENERAL PETERS
Justices Reprimand Him For Acting
On the Decision Handed Down
By Them Recently In
The Matter Of The
The Supreme Court thtH morning
handed out a roast to Attorney Uen
eral I'eterH that wus ii slzzler. It
was administered on nccount of tuo
iict of the Attorney General In act
(HE on the opinion of lliu Supreme
The Court, collectively and linll
vlilualljr, reprimanded Mr.a I'otcrV
L'acn of the three JuBtle.es took a
hand In the matter and Bald thlngl
that ure not often heard In court.
And they allowed the Attorn-)'
General no opportunity to make ex
planation or to defend hlmsl!
against the attack. They absolutely
refused to hear Mm, either In Ills
own defense or on the matter that
Many New Officers
Will Come When
REPORTS CONFLICT REGARDING CAPT. COMBES
As predicted In the Hulletln some
months ugo, when the cable ship Re
storer returns to this city nft'er her
trip to the Const, there, will be prac
tically u uew set of officers on board.
This news has been received from Es
quimau through private letter which
states that sweeping changes have
been mude on the cable ship and that
only two or three officers who were
here on the ship during her recent
stay In port would be' retained.
This news Is confirmed by Mana
ger Gaines of the local cable service,
though he Is unable to give any offi
cial statement on the subject, and re
slved his news from a passenger on
the Moana, The Information receiv
ed from Manager Gaines differs in a
ery Importnnt particular from that
ircelved from the first-mentioned
iwirce, In which It Is stated that
Captain Combes Is among thu officers
MADE IN New YOHK
1 if VimM
was before the court, lie simply hud
to nil there and tuke it. There wu"
nothing elite to do. One can defer"!
hlniKult against an Individual, hut to
do do against a couyt when tliu cuurt
bus denied him permiBsion to do u-j
constitutes contempt of court.
Thu whole matter arose out of the
(irllou of tho Attorney General In ad
wilng the consummation of the lt
lift deal after the Court had lianclol
iIjwu llu opinion sustaining the de
murrer and dismissing the bill of
McCandless. I'eterH naturnlly though?
that bb the hill was dismissed und
lint Injunction denied, no Injunction
(ould He on a bill which wan no lon
ger lu uvldence.
who will leave the Restorer about the
middle of this month when their cou
liucljt with tho cable company ex
pire. ' Mr. (lalnes sas that not only
has ho heard nothing of this kind,
but that ho Is certain that It Is In
correct, us ho received a letter from
Captain Combes yesterday, in which
nothing whatever was Bald nbuut tho
(hunges which were 10 take place, ff
the captain of the Restorer was to
leave Mr. Unlnes says ha would sure
v have been notified officially.
Mr. Gaines believes that there ate
to bo many changes, but received no
definite Information as to what they
were to be.
According to a letter received here
.1 short time ago the change was to
iuclude ull the officers with the' ex
ception of Chief Knglneer Howell.
Second Knglneer Luker und First Of-
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the part that dress play In
shaping a man' career. Ar
rayed In . Ill-fitting auit .of
poor material, out of date, or
exaggerated In style, a man
may at heart be a gentleman
of the highest type, and a go
nlus in ability, slut the world
will misjudge him.
THE KASH GO,,
. . Limited,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
Hut It appears that the KupreiiM
Court doesn't take tho view of the
mutter that I lie Attorney (lenernl
ii 1Mb. There was a technicality
which had nut heeu observed, and It
was on account nf the nuu-uleri-tiiice
of thin tec.tnlcilltv that the
Court Jumped on Peters. Although
the Court has handed down Km opin
ion, and had dismissed the hill nnd
fctistalncd the demurrer Interposed by
the respondents, through the Attor
ney Uoneral, the formal decree hud
not been entered. Peters held that
this mndu no difference and accord
ingly adylwl the Laud Commissioner
lo go ahead, with the exchange,
which was done.
That action Heeuis to have been
looked upon by the .Supreme Court an
ifimothlng of an insult lo Its dignity.
Hence tho roust
lint the-Court mill finds Itself In
an extremely awkward position. U
has relieved Its mind by roasting tha
Attorney (leneral, hut the fact ro
mains that the exchange has been
made, and no reprimand can umaU.i
It. It Js puHslhle that the deal may
be annulled by some court process,
hut'jwlmt that process will he Is still
Thd matter came up this morning
on tho motion of the attorneys fur
tho plaintiff for u decree, which
should continue the Injunction III
TO PUEVENT ,
President I'lukham of tho Hoard or
Health bellees In pieparlng for things
before the troubles come. At tho meet
ing of the Hoard this ufternoon liu pre
sented the malttr of yellow fever as
nu Issue brought to the front by the
closa connection of Hawaii with ports
of the Tehnantepec Isthmian route.
Mr. rluklinm vnys that there-Is prac
tically no danger from the well regu
lated American-Hawaiian ships. 'Die
ii responsible tramp must be looked
In order Unit every ;ort may bo pre
oared, ho bar' u scheme for a wurklnir
emergency force of citizens who know
what to do should a case of ellow
fever arlto nnd how to pi in en t any
spiead of the disease. '
Ills suggestion put-before tho Hoard
will appear III lomoriow's Issue.
TRANSPORT DANCE '
AT THE SEASIDE
A dance in honor of the officers and
ladles 011 board the truusjKirt Uikuii
will be given ut the Honolulu UeashTo
Hotel thlb evening. A special dinner
will bo served on the open I.anal from
six. until seven-thirty. The Royul Ka
waiahau Glee Club will render music
both at dinner and the dance to fol
low. A cordial Invitation Is extended
to the local Army and Navy people,
the usual patrons of the Seaside, so
ciety and townfolk in general.
of wisdom and integrity are
often able to give the indi
vidual tome valuable points
on investments and' be of
assistance in the care of
real or personal properly.
Such a class of men consti
tutes the Board of Direct
force, to allow of the taking of in
appeal to the Supreme Court of tho
United States. On the presentation
of this motion, Mr. Peters made thu
following statement to the Court:
If the Court please, prior to read
ing the objection to the decree made
by tho respondent Pratt, I would
like to say that as far as the form of
the decree lroncerned we have no
objections further than contained In
the written objection tiled with the
Court, hut 1 would say In that re
gard. If the Court please, that upon
the rendition of the decision by IliU
Court, I think on the 1st of Keluu
ury, I advised tho respondent I'ratt
that the exchunge could be mail-,
nnd tho exchange lias been made ami
was made on the nfleriinou of the 1st
of February, That advice was gleii
upon the consideration nf the law
nnd facts of the case. Whether or
not the decree can be signed in Its
present form we raise no objection,
that Is, as far as any objection that
the exchange has been made, as stat
ed to the Court, we hare no objec
tion to muke, and wulve that right to
inuke "that objection. The only ob
jection that we make nt the present
time, If the Court please. Is on the
ground that the decree Is presentc I
to tho Court for the purposes of
piedlcntlug an appeal to the United
Stales Supreme Court, und that an
'10 lECIESENT HAWAII
Stanley Haze llealanl Ashford.
son of Mr. and .Mrs. C. W. Ash- -t-f
ford, has probably by this time
been nppolntcd by Delegate Kuhlo
as llawuli's rc.oresfntatlve nt the
Annupolls Nunl Academy.,
When (.undo grnduated recently
It left a vucancy for Hawaii. Mr.
Ashford stated today that the -f
Delegate had promised to appoint
his sou. Young Ashford Is now ut -f
Stanford University. He took part
lu a jirevlotis competitive exam-
Inatlon, passed and when King
was appointed to Annapolis Ash-
ford was nnnied us Orst alternate.
The motion for u uew tliu: ;or Bam
Apallonl, by consent of counsel, went
over this morning until next Tuesday.
Delivered In thoroughly cleansed con
tamers to any part of the city.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
The Money You
' THIS SHOULD NOT BE 8PENT
FOOLISHLY. WHY NOT TAKE
THAT CASH AND INVE8T IT IN A
DURABLE ARTICLE OF FURNI
TURE. 8EE HOW MUCH YOU CAN
GET FOR IT AT THE STORB6 OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1059-1065 BI3HOP 8T. ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDING.
appeal in this case does not He. Aft
er the entitlement the objection Is as
follows. (Heads objection.) These
ure the grounds of the objection, if
the Court please, which Mr. Mllvcr
ton ,if permitted, will address th )
Hut Mr. Mltverton did not get n
chance to address tho Court. Chief
Justice Kreur took the matter In hand
"That Is the uuestion. Of course tin
Attorney (leneral would have no right,
us it right, to be heard on this question
us to the propriety of extending the
Injunction for the purposes of an ap
peal. Kor Instunce, If u writ of emir
or appeal were presented to tnu lu the
usual rourhe for allowance. It would
I be entirely within my discretion whelh-
' r fri ...ill ii, ii,t fli.. .ifli.ii utili. nu Ii,
er to call upon the other side as te
whether an appeal or writ of error
I would He. It would be entirely within
' my discretion und it Is tho usuul prao
' llco to pats on questions of the allow
' nnre of an appeal or writ of error ex
parte and perhaps the same would be
true In regard to the Insertion of what
might be culled u teuiiorury or ie
Htralnlng order lu this decree by the
Vourt for a temporary purpose, at least
pending the presentation of tho writ of
error or appeal for allowance by tho
Chief Justice, und therefore tho court
does not care to hear the Attorney
(leneral uhu this question at the pres
ent time, ut leust.
"The statement made by the Attor
ney (leneral that the exchange of the
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BUT GOOD RESULTS
The annual meeting of tho stock
holders of the Oiioiuea Sugar Co. tool;
place this morning at the offices of
Hrower Ik Co. The officers wlio.aerv
' ed during tho past year were ru-elect-ed.
I Tho manager reported that lu spltu
of 11 strenuous jear In which fires
and storms had had to be contended
with, good results hud been obtained,
I and a crop of 13,1)30 tons had been
1 harvested. The estimate of the crop
I of 11107 was placed nt 11,000, hut
j Hits, It Is understood, Is u conserva
tive ngure. it win nu ihhvu iiuui u
planted area of about 3,200 ucres.
The committee lu charge of tle re
ception und entertainment of tho U
Angeles Chamber of Commerce excur
sion held a meeting today, at which
tho various sub-committees In chargo
of different phases of the arrangements
all reported progress. The next meet
lug will be held curly next week, when
mure news regarding tho muke-up of
the parly Is expected.
Absolutely choice eggs. Lowest pns
fclble price at C. J. Day & Co.'a.
Kuhio Asks That
Washington. yL., 13. ju7.
Senator jxne, Honolulu, T. II.
I strongly urge the legislature to Invite party of twciit-ue C'uugreFf
men nnd wives to visit Hawaii ns Territorial guests. Can ou pans hill by
February tweuty-llfth or sooner.
Seniliir iJine received the alsive cablegram flom the Delegate thM
forenoon und Immediate!) started out to confer with p.iit lenderi' and
members of the Leglslnturn who are In town
WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb. 13. The President and the California
delegation are nearing an agreement
BIQ SHIPS ARE INJURED
LONDON, Eng Feb. 13. The
British battleships Albemarle and
Commonwealth have been inj'urcd in
NEW BRITAIN, Conn., Feb. 13.
The shortage of the missing treasur
er of the Bank of New Britain
amounts to $565,000.
UP IN SMOKE
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. Feb. 13.
The pattern' and boiler shops of the
Cramps shipbuilding establishment
were burned today.
SOUTH OMAHA, Neb., Feb.M3,
Floods in this city are Joint; an irn-
mense amount of damage.
About Lanai Case
All Overjhe States
MAY CAUSE ANOTHER ST0RER AFFAIR '
the Uinul deal Is threatening to
beco.be u national affair; nt least ll
will become so if Senator McCiiud-
less has It lu his power to maku It so.
The untiring Link is not satlsllcd
with bucking tho Administration by
means of tho courts. He Is convinc
ed that ho hns a grievance and that
I lie people have one, and ho Intend
Unit the great people of the United
State, from the stormy Atlantic to
Ine milling I'acillc, from the sunny
South to the northern boundary,
There is a risk about keeping
valuable papers in the house
that is not fully realized until
there is a Are or a burglar o'n
the premises. We arc willing to
take the "risk for four dollars a
year ifnd guarantee security.
The Henry Waterhouse
Trust Company, Ltd.
REMEMHEB THE NAME
And then when you want to secure a shoe for $4.50 which
has style and durability, and is the most comfortable shoe
you ever wore, come to our store. In the last of a shoe lies
the comfort, Und there is only one ."IDEAL." Made in 3
GUN METAL CALF NOB.
RUSSIA CALF DLUOHER NOB.
OIL RUSSIA WATERPROOF BLUCHER NOB.
We Cater to Island Trade.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co,, Limited,
on the Japanese school question.
LONDON, Eng., Feb. 13. Jnmci
Ervce, the newly nppolntcd Ambas
sador to the United States, sailed fen
NEW YORK, N. Y Feb. 13. Tin
Western Union Telegraph Company
has advanced the wages of all em
ployes in the principal cities ten ir
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. Feb. 13.
One man was killed and manv injur
ed in rt boiler explosion in this city
The Hoard of Trustees of the Cham
' her of Commerce will hold u u-gulur
meeting this afternoon.
fhnll hear and know nf the I.anal
Willi this purpose view MrCinil
Icss has placed u largo order for cir
culars with u local printing estab
lishment. When these have been
completed he will huve them sojit out
nil over the 1'iilted States lu order
that a storm or pnpulsr liidlguuthiri
may be moaned.
MiCandless, when seen about thu
mutter this morning, said that ho
did not have much to say at present.
"Ves, I am having circulars print
ed heier I expect that they will bo
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