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HONOLULU. TKURITORT OF HAWAII. PHI DAY. PKBKUAKY 15, 1907
.PlHOE G (Jhnth
Supreme Court Hands
Opinion Injanai Case
LEAVES MATTER FOR U.S. SUPREME COURT
In the Huprcino Court this morning
a written opinion, igncd liy Jusilccs
Fr'cur and Hurtwcll, whh handed
down In tlm matter or tlio Lannl case.
The opinion, which Is written by
Chief Justice Frcnr, sldc-slops any
ui tloti In the matter, though It tells
what might and what might not ho
done. There arc u number of Inter
esting featurcH to bo found In It, how
ever. The tremendous rousting which the
Attorney General's Department aa
subjected to nt tlin hands of the Su
preme Court Ih very mildly spokon of
In tho following clause. "The Court
expressed surprise." Tho meat of tho
opinion Ik Hint tho rnno Ih loft for ac
tion by tho United States Supremo
Court In en ho an appeal or n writ of
error In allowed, and that if tho deci
sion should ho not imldo or modified,
tho decision of tho Court could bo en
forced, notwithstanding tho consum
mation, of tho exchange.
A decision having been filed on tho
1st Instant reversing the decreo of
tho circuit judgo appealed from, sus-talnlnK-tbCdcruuiru-
to tho bill, mid
dismissing tho bill, but, without In
terms dissolving the Injunction which
hud been granted by tho Circuit
Judge restraining the respondent
l'rntt from exchanging tortaln public
lands for private lands, tho complain
ant moved tbo court on tho 13th 111
iitunl'to enter u decree, In u form
which followed the decision and also
provided that tho Injunction should
(ontinue In forco until fuithcr order
of tho court for tho purposo of per
mitting un appeal to tho Supremo
Court of tho United States. Tho At
torney General, on behalf of tho ro-
orney General, on .chair of tho ro-
pondctit Pratt, filed un objection to
granting tho motion, on tho ground
that tho complainant desired the de
creo merely for the purposes of ap
peal and that no appeal lies for tlin
rensons that the rocord docs not dis
close that tho amount Involved exclusive-of
cost'- exceeds the "value of
15000 and that no federal question Is
Involved, Ho also stated orally thut
upon tho rendition of tho dcclsloiuott
tjie 1st Instant tho oxchungo hud
been made on his udvlco, but that he
did not object to a continuance of tho
Injunction on that nceount and thut
Delivered In thoroughly cleansed eon
talnert to any part of the city. ,
LEAVE ORDER8 AT
MADE IN NtiWYOHK
his only objection to tho entry of
tho decree was"thal It was only for
tho purpose of appeal and that no
appeal lies. Tho court expressed sur
prise that tho Attornoy General had
advised tho completion of tho ex-
change before tho entry of tho decreo
and stated Hint tho question of thn This Is the third shipload of liiiml
contlnuunco of tho Injunction for tho grants for which tho Hoard has ur-
purposes of appeal, whether by the
Court or the Justice allowing tho ap
peal, was one upon which ho need not
bo heard as matter of right, and that,
although ho might bo permitted to bo
heard us a matter of discretion, tho
Court did not care to hear him under
tho circumstances, particularly In
vlow of tho fact that ho, the natural
one, as tho successful party, to pro
pare and present a form of decree,
had chosen not to do so, hut on thn
contiary to rely entirely Upon tho de
cision and had taken tho position that
no decree should or need bo entered
und hud acted accordingly In advis
ing tho completion ot tho oxchungo
hoforo tho entry of tho decreo, which,
In the opinion of the Court, was lm
(Continued on Pag 2)
A group of Chincso gamblers. etocil
In all, (uuie lieforo Judge Whitney this
morning. Nino pi them pleaded guilty
and two not guilty. Joo Leal, tho ur
lestlng ofllier, testified that ho hud
been all tho defendants playing pal
ban. Ono of tho Chinese, who was not
among tho defendants, on the approach
of the officers, Jumped out of tho win
dow and has since been missing. Tho
height of tho window from thn ground,
Jnn Lent Mittl. wiih twpntv fint. Jmlfrn
whu miC(, ,ho80 who'plomCll ft.
I9 nnrt CObtH of cmirL Th otlcr lwn
wcro fined 110 und (osts.
Tho pictures which were given by
Howard Hitchcock for prizes In tho
ArlKir Day contosts In tho schools, are
to be placed no exhibition in a room
set asldo for this purposo by tho Hoard
There it a risk about keeping
valuable papers in the house
that is not fully realized until
there is a fire or a burglar on
the premises. We are willing to
take the risk for four dollars a
year and guarantee security.
The Henry Waterhouse
Trist Company, Ltd.
the part that dresi plays In
shaping a man's 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 highest type, and a go
nlus In ability, But the world
will misjudge him.
THE KflSH CO.,
TEL. MAIN 2b.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
More Europeans For
Home Building In
Tho Hoard of Immigration ester
day nuthorlzcd Collector Stackabln to
(barter another vessel for Immi
grants to leave Ihiropo between tho
first and fifteenth of April.
Thn ImmlirrantH will bn from Ma
laga, Spain, and Madeira, and thn I
guarantee of the (.barter is for 1250
ranged nnd Indicates that tho rcpro-
scntatUes of tho Hoard havn estab
lished excellent connections for ob
taining settlers from tho sections
William llntton, who has faithfully
tended the Harbor's Point light since
It was erected, died suddenly at 10
o'clock lust night, soon after he hud
retired for tho night.
Tho special cause of death Is not
known. llntton was probably seventy
cars of age and apparently In good
health. Ho was In town jcslcrday to
sen ono of his now giund children. His
wife and a nephew wcro with him ut
tho tlmo of his deuth.
Ilatlon mis horn In Uihiilnn. Ha
has been a whaler und tuplaln of In-ter-lsland
ships. Ills service as light
keener proved him to bo u man thor
ough! worthy of trust, und his ad
vancing uge dill not died; Ills ambi
tions to du better, lie uuccesslully
passed the first examinations for ap
pointment by tho Federal government
when It took over tho lighthouses and
later took another oxiimlnutton which
enabled him to sccuro u raise of salary.
Tho pioparuilou for thn Joy bene
fit ball game, which will bo plujod
tomorrow, urn (omplctn und tho
games will start ut 1:30, Tho teams
will lino up as follows:
Artillery lliown, p; Ttlnglund, c;
D.ipcrty, lb; Van Vllot, 2b; Corey,
:ib; lloylc, ss; Hannah, If; Muncic,
if; Haydcn, rf.
ltupld Transit Renter, p; Humu-
uku. o; ItohlnHon, lb; Aylott, lib;
I'lunkott, 3b; Fern, hs; Hoycrfl If;
Nelson, ct; Williams, rt.
Honolulu Joy, p; G, Uruns, c; I.
Glcuson, lb; J. Williams, 2b; Un
Hue, 3b; A. Williams, Kg; K. Fernan
dez, If; Aylctt, cf; Louis, rf.
Picked Tcum-'-K. Desha-Jno. Wil
liams, p; illnglnnd, c; Gormun, lb;
Vannatta, 2b; Kvcrs, 3b; J. Dosha,
ks; l. Uruns, If; G. Desha, cf; K. Do-fcliu-Jno.
of wisdom nnd integrity arc
often able to give the indi
vidual some 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
Fort Rt. Bonoluh
Bishop For President and
APPLICATIONS FOR JOBS '
PASSEI UP 10 CAUCUS
The Republican County Committee
Submits Conflicting Reports
on the Municipal
Much Importuut business was tak
en up nt the meeting of the llxecii-
tlvo Comnilttco of tho Republican
Control Committee esterday after
noon, tho Delegate's suggestion that
un appropriation bo guaranteed by
the Legislature to tovcr,(hc expenses
of tho trip of twonty-llvo Congress
men und their wives to Hawaii, thn
applications of the multitude who
sought tho endorsement of tho com
mlttco for positions In lutincrtloii
with tho Legislature, and tho icports
ot tho County Committee on thn Mu
nicipal Hill being nil considered.
Tho Kxecutlvo Committee decided
to endorse tho suggestion of tho Del- j
ORnte, which Vina nought before It by
Senator John Lane. Tho matter has
thus becomo a party measure, nnd
there can be no doubt but that ono of
tho first things to bo done after tho
legislative session opens will bo tho
passing ot a concurrent resolution
whereby both Houses agree to pus
tho necessary appropriation. Il will
bo dono In this form In order to savo
tho tlmo which the three readings uf
n regular bill would require, ami ns
un answer hus to urrlvo ut Washing
ton by I'eb. 211.
Tho commlttco also considered tho
largo bunch of applications for en
dorsements, but did not select any
particular ones from them for recom
mendations. It merely passed on thn
applicants In regard to their stand
ing In the party, passing tho selection
of tho Individual applicants for office
up to tho caucus of Republican mem
bers of tho legislature which will
lako place next Monday.
All 'the applications worn passed
along In this manner, with tho excep
tion of that of Col, Knox, u colored
gentleman of uncertain political
faith, who usplfos to bo Janitor of
tho senate, which position ho held In
190.1, In this case action whs defer
red. Tho committee did, however, pubs
un tho mora important matter of thn
leaderships of tho two Houses. It en
dorsed H. Faxon Ulshop for I'rcsldont
of tho Senuto und II. L. Holstein for
Speaker of tho ilouso. The endorse
ment whs unanimous.
Tho County Cotnmlttoo hud dis
continued on Pagi 2)
New and Nobby Line
J. HOPP & CO.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDINQ.
MB PUT UP
To Reward Best
The riornl l'arudo Commlttco nn
noitnco that tho following prizes nnd
awards will bo made on February 22,
but tho list Is not entirely complotn.
Tho number of awards may bo In
creased at it Inter date, but an offi
cial announcement will bo muilo be
fore thn day of tho parade.
Inter-Island I'rlncossoH will bo pie
bcntcd with thn banners curried by
the heralds who accompany them.
First nnd second n wards will bo giv
en bluo nnd red ribbons together with
rash prizes. A number of cash prizes
will bo awarded.
First S2u; blue ribbon.
Second 1 Hi; red libbon.
Class A 1st, bluo flog; 2nd, red
Hag; 3rd, whlto Hug.
Class II 1st, bluo
Mag; 3rd, whlto flag.
Class C 1st, bluo
flag; 3rd, whlto flag.
Class C 1st, bluo
Hag; 3rd, whlto flag.
1st, bluo ting: 2nd, red flag; 3rd,
School Flouts 1st, bluo ling; 2nd,
red flag; 3rd, whlto ling.
CAUHIAGi:S AND VK1IIC1.KS
Mutlple Team Vehicle, olght und
six In hand 1st, bli.o ribbon; 2nd,
Four In hand 1st, hluo ribbon;
2nd. red ribbon.
Double team 1st, bluo ribbon,
2nd, red ribbon.
Tinniest - r t, bluo ribbon, 2nd,
Juvenile Turnout ltt.
2nd, red ribbon
bluo ribbon; 2nd, red
Surrey, slnglo Or double 1st, bluo
ribbon: 2nd, red ribbon.
Bplko Team 1st, blue ribbon;
2nd, red ribbon.
Special $35 prlzo for multiple team
I'u-ti Hldcrs 1st, 20; 2nd, IK.;
3rd, S7.no; 4th, Jr..
Juvenile 1'ii-u Hldcrs 1st, $3;
Juvenile Cow Hoy 1st, S3; 2nd,
Cow Hoy lbt. Sir,; 2nd, S10; 3rd,
Most original girl rider 1st, $3;
Most original character on horso
Most original boy rider 1st, $3:
HIDKRS OTHKR THAN I'A-U
Hcst-appeuring ludy rider 1st,
OH f WIDE
To Defraud Customs
r furintcil I'rrnu fr(u Inhlc)
LONDON, Entr-, Feb. 15. A gigantic scheme of the distilleries to de
fraud the Qovernment of revenues has been discovered here. Under
ground pipes have been found which connect with the duty-paid warehouse.
Mtiociatr-t Vrttn fprclnl Cabll) I
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb, 15.
Mrs. Bradley has been Inuictcd for
murder in the first deprce on the
charge of shooting ex-Scnntor Brown
of Utah. The shooting occurred in a
WASHINGTON, D. C. Feb. 15.
The motion to eliminate one of the
proposed battleships has been lost in
BANK ROBBED OF $3,000.
SEATTLE. Wash., Feb. 15. The
brink nt EI' nsvillc. Wash., has been
broken 'r -nd the safe robbed of
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Feb. 14.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s. 9 3-4d. Par
ity, 3.84 cents. Previous quotation,
bluo ribbon, 2nd, red ribbon.
Hest-appe.irlug couple of ladles
1st, blue ilbbon; 2nd, red ribbon,
Hcst-appeuring couple, lady ami
gentleman 1st, blue ribbon; 2nd,
reu I ibbon.
Juienllo girl rider 1st, bluo rib
bon; 2nd, red ribbon,
Fancy costume lBt, bluo rlbkou;
2nd, red ribbon.
1st, S7.50; 2nd. J5; 3nl, 12 DO
Most original, S2.50; most comic,
A. F. Judd, who was In churgo of
tho horseburk riders, has been com
pelled to withdraw nnd Humid Dil
lingham will take his place. James
II. Judd, through business engage
ments, cannot act us Judge of thn
hoisob.ick riders, mid W A. Green
well will net In his place.
REMEMBER THE NAME
And then when you want to secure a shoe for $4.50 which
has style and durability, and is the most comfortable shoo
you ever wore, come to our store, In the last of a shoo lies
(he comfort, ahd there is only one "IDEAL." Made in 3
GUN METAL CALF NOB.
RUSSIA CALF BLUCHER NOB.
OIL RUSSIA WATERPROOF BLUCHER NOB.
We Cater to Island Trade.
f.t,eldlrt P n Apcrlal Ctblfl
WASHINGTON. D. C Feb. 15.
Another conference on the Japanese
question of San Francisco has been
held, The result of the meeting is
still in doubt.
SEATTLE, Wnsh,, Feb. 15. A se
vere storm nt Valdez, Alaska, has
caused a great deal of suffering in
(illi 0H OWIS
1Y HY DOCTORS
An Inteiestlng bankruptcy inso una
tiled this morning In the Federal Coiirc
b Chris Johnson, tbo Veteran boat
builder of this city Doctors hn been
the undoing of Johnson us ho iihch a
large number of them sums varying
from (i to 70 uplcte Tho icmulnder
of his bills are mainly duo to lumber
llriiih of the illy, TJic doctors Whom
no owes nro us, follow a: Dr. Rogers, j
30, Herbert, Jiiiiuilirin Walters; Ml
SI'i. Day & Worn). S7(i; i:tiito of W. K. rM
Tailor dei eased. Ill): Dr Conner. M:w. TO
Cooper, 11; s
Dr. Hoffman, Si
Ihu adjourned annual meetlii'; of tho
Honolulu llnjilil Transit & Ijind Co.
will be held tomorrow morning nt a
o'clock In loom COD, Stfiiigenwntd
Shoe Go,, Limited,
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