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EVENING nUlXETlN, HONOLULU. T. H., THUnSDAY, rnn. 11, 1909.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Honolulu Commandery Reg
ular, 5 p. m.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 Reg
ular. All visiting member of the
Order are coidlally Invited to
attend nicotines of local lodges
UAltMOSY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets evoiy Monday eTenlnB it
J:30 In I. O. 0. f Hall, l'ort Street
K It IIKNDIU . Secretary
I' I) WKKK .V 11.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAIIU L0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day evening ut 7 JO In K. of P. Hall,
curner Fort and lleretnnla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
V It Ninr.NT. C. t!.
I! r.OSI.lNli. K. U. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E
Honolulu Lodge No 010. U. P. O
E will meet In their bull on Kins
near Fort Street every Friday even
lug. II) order of the C. R.:
HKNKY C. RASTON,
VM m MclNBIlNY. n. 11.
Wo M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
veins at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hull. t-or. Fort nnd lleretnnla Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to attend
k. m Mtunnw. o. c.
IJ. A. JACOIISBN. K. ft. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WRD
NES1MV evenings of euch month at.
7.30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Dnrett.nlu and Tort streets.
Visions Eagles ure Invited to at
tend. W L. FriA.EE, W Prest.
II. T. MOOKE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets ovry first nnd third Thurs
days of em u month at Knights ot
Pythias I Iflll Visiting brothers cor
dially iuvltcd to uttflld.
A. n ARLEIOH, Sachem
A. K MURPHY, C. of R.
(Continued from Pace 1)
ptuhably tho only Territory 'or Stain
where n Judge or a Ji . of laymen
me called uion lo decide In Mich mat
lers. In most of the States tbe com
mittment to the nnyltnn Is made by
the examining iihyslclun, nnd all the
Muglntiate In railed tllion to do In
the matter Is to sign the papers,
Pending tho appeal, which will
umlnitbtPill be taken, the Supreme
Court remanded Dr Atcberley to tho
custml) or the High .Sheriff, and the
I hlef lusilie staled that an order to
that effot would Issue fatcr.
As soon as the decision had been
rendered, Attorney tlencrnl 'ilcmen
vvn hastened down lo SeO District
Magistrate Andrndv nnd Inform him
of Hit hiatus of the nutter. He or
rlied (inb a few minutes 111 advance
nt Attorney Mngoon, who was thcro
I or I lie pursue of perfecting an up
p. a I Mr llumenwny staled later
that. If the appeal were taken, as It
mii r,-l would be, he would ask the
I'ouit lo hear the ease Immediately,
, as lo get the troublesome matter
disposed of finally ns soon as possible,
lie snld he was sure the Court would
grant bis reipiesl lo hear tho matter
,,t unic, us for once Honolulu was
unanimous In Its opinion; everybody
believed that this matter ought to
bt got out ot the way quickly nnd
finally, as people are sick ot the
Meantime Dr. Atcherley Is still a
lunatic In the ocs of the law, as he
lias been so adjudged by the District
Magistrate, nnd no higher tribunal
has as yet had an opportunity to over
turn that decision. He Is, therefore,
technically, at least, a menace to the
place of tbe community, and Will
bi' held In custody by 'nil ordei
of the District Mnglslratu tin
Hi the tase Is tried In the Circuit
Com I As be Is not accused of a
rime, of course ho cannot ask to bo
released on ball, and us he Is charged
with having. In nn Insane moment,
tried to shoot up the house of Dr.
Wayson. Judge Andrnde could
senrcel) release him fur fear he
might go gunning again. However,
he will not be sent to tin
apylum until after the appeal is
heard, though the Judge has the pow
ei' to commit him.
er to commit htm. Judge Andrade this
morning Issued an order committing
Atcherley to the custody of the High
Sheriff until the caso shall have been
Tho decision of tho Supreme Court
M as follows:
Habeas corpus; Insano person; ap
peal as supersedeas. An appeal In
a habeas corpus case Is properly ad
vanced for bearing and tho appeal
operates as a supersedeas of the Judg'
ment appealed from. An appeal by
the defendant lies from an order of
a district magistrate committing a
person to the Insane asylum upon a
finding by the magistrate that he Is
Insane and that the pu. ,io safety re
ijulreil hi restraint until he became
of sound mind, but pending such
appeal the order may bo enforced up
on good cause shown under Section
I SGI II. L.
Insane persons; due process of law.
-See 11 1C II. L., authorizing the
commitment of dangerous Insane per
sons by District Magistrates upon
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Today Is the best time to find a
high-price customer for youri proper-
.ty.fMA Bulletin Wont Ad, will
Ten good auto hacks. Phone 0. .
Dr. St. Sure was a pasBenger In tho
E. D. Daldwln, Well known In Maul
and Honolulu, came down today.
A, F. KnudBen wlj leave for Kauai
lonlghf. tic Mill sail lri tho Itall.
M i CALIFORNIA!
ASTERN RADICALS YOTED DOWN ;
uuxsnx tvkuaa wJC
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave yuur order for ft bos
of Lchnhnrdt's Candy, Fresh
CLEANEST in the world.
CHEAPEST because they hut
longest. Sold by the
Corner King and Fort Streets.
w iccii.i'l.'mi; fswwi mii jmttweam hm
Alexander Young 'Building.
Purtst Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTINO.
Oflke: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
assess:::; nt no. o
Jn tho Hnrrli.'in Mutual llencvolenl
Association due Dec. 15, 1008, de-
llnuucnt Jan. 15, 1900. All assess
ments nre payable at the Secretory'!
offlio. ICnplolani llulldlng. King and
Wank books of nil sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by tho Uullctlii
FOR YOUR VALENTINE
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FE0RIEST, HOTEL YOUNO'BId
'The Finest Bathing on the Betcli"
Meals At All Hoars,
WINES, LlttUOBS, 'AND CIQAB8.
W. 0. BEROIN, Proprietor.
LUNCHES and D R l'N K S
The most popular
The fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
fack Scully. Jack Roberts
Rev. J. Kallno ot Maul Is visiting'
with his Irlcnds in town. Ha nirlved
Itev. J. V. Wadman will bo among
those sailing tomorrow afternoon In
Wm. Williamson, a well known brok
er, was nmong the arrivals today In the
K. II. Hart, clerk of the Second Cir
cuit Court, Is booked to leavo tomor
row In tho Claiidlne.
Have lunch at the Royal Annex, '
Take your carriage- or automobile
to Hawaiian Cafilago Manfg. Co., for
Tho case of Tax Assessor Wilder vs.
W. T. Lucas Was argued before the
Supremo Court this morning.
J. P. 'Mnkalnal, who has been look'
ing after private business In liana, re
turned today In the Claudlno.
Senator-elect W T. Hoblnson camo
down from Wnlluku today llu wag
formerly Tax Assessor of .Maul.
Tim Metropolitan Meat Company's
markets will closo tomorrow, Uncoln's
lllrthd.iy, at '. o'clock In tho morning.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo. surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
On Installments of 3'por month you
can purchase a Wblto Family notary
sowing machine. Danny fc Co., Ltd.,
agents, lzee port Bt. Phono 488. t
Tho Kaplolnnl League will hold a
meeting tomorrow evening at the houso
of Jno. F, Sylva at 7:30 o'clock. Full
attendance Is requested.
J. W. Kawaakoa, Representative
elect fiom liana. Maul, arrived 'tills
morning In the Claiidlne. He wad ac
companied by his wife and child.
Meet your friends "at Royal Annex.
Nino Seattle; homu seekers called
tiion Governor Frear this morning I ft
on account of the pressure of business
he was unable to pee them. However,
lie made an appointment to ?" them
M. P. Walwalole of Walluku, Maul;
Is In town. He arrived today to wait
for th eopenlng of tho Legislature., As
K member of the Legislature lie. will
l-rouably occupy his seat on the man
ka-Walklkl sldo of the hall.
W. K. Apu.1 was arrested at Atea
jesterday afternoon by Deputy United
States Marshql IJruns on the charge
of having failed to file a marrlago cer
tificate. He appeared beforo tho Com
missioner this morning, waived exam
ination and "as released on his own
recognizance, to appear In court Feb
ruary IB. i
Jt KKKKKXtfJ KWK W
srtlsfactory compfulrtt, construed In
connection with Sec. l'SGl! R. 1,. giv
ing such magistrates power to 'try
and determine all stntutory proceeds
lngs, requires a Judicial trial with
notice and opportunity to defend, an'il
affords due process of law.
Opinion of the Court by Chief Jus
Dr. John Atcherley, hereinafter
named I lie petitioner, was brought
before the district magistrate ot Ho
nolulu January 11, last, under Sec.
11 1C It, L., upon the sworn com
plaint of Doctors Kmerson and Sin
clair that he, -was "Insane and that
the 'public safety requires his re
straint until he becomes of sound
mind, or Is ordered to bo 44Nhargcd
oa by law provided and required."
The magistrate, after hearing evi
dence ot witnesses for the prosecu
tlon, who were cross examined at
length by the petitioner nnd his at
torney, nnd of the petitioner,' wit
nesses, on January 27. found that ho
w'hb "Insane and' Unit the public safe
ty requires his restraint Until he be
comes 'of sano mind," and committed
h'lm to the Ins'ane asylum. Tho peti
tioner thoreup'on applied lo the third
which he was committed to the In
sano asylum upon 'the 'finding of tho
magistrate that he was Insane and
Judge of the First Circuit Court anil
obtained an order releasing him
from the custody of tho Superinten
dent of tho asylum, which order wad
the same day rescinded. 'The follow.
Ing" day, January 28, upon petition ot
the petitioner's attorney, the Judgo
issued; a writ of habeas corpus and
after hearing the, parties upon the
reiurn to me writ, wnicn was not,
traversed, setting forth the proceed
ings above roclted before the magis
trate, made an order, January 30,
that, on the ground of the unconsti
tutionality of the stututo, tho peti
tioner te released. 'Frouilthls order
the superintendent appealed and
February 6 moved that the cause be
advanced for hearing and that the
court make an order providing for
,t,h.e,cus(ody of ths'putlttoncr jiendlng
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'SACHa".MI'2N'TO, Calif, Fell. 10. The resolution passed In the As
sembly calling for the segregation ot Japanese children in the public
schools was reronsldcied today nnd withdrawn on a vole of forty-one lo
thirty-six, "while nn effort to further reconsider the rescinding vote was
defeated, thus definitely defeating (he resolution.
President Roosevelt has congratulated the Uiivcrnnr and tho Assem
bly on their action.
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'WASHINGTON 'LEGISLATURE' QUIET
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Wash., Feb, 40. Tho Federal novornmeiil naked for In-
j IN FOREIGN PORTS
Thursday, February 11,
VK'TjHI Arrive l lib I"
H. K M urn tin. lit lie-' ! b 2
SHOPPING NEWS ,
1,0111 II I
Sllnr Ohm '' "' "
wall and Mmil, " '' ' "
aimr. Iwaliuil, MHelH II
wallnc, 7:K'i a m.
Slmr. Noenil. I'imIi i.ioii
11a, r.:3." a. in.
Slmr. Minimi U'a, Himersmi, fiom
Kiiiia nnd way porli n m.
T DUE TODAY
S H KilKagit.i Jl nn, irom in
Conio out lo Iho II K A meelliii.
formation today on tho reported bill renulring that Jummoio vlsltlni: thu
Seattle Imposition would be required lo furnish bonds for their return U'Ih uvenlng A very luleiesiInK p.i ,lo
io japan, 'ine i.egisiaiure ueciareu inni meru was no inirnuon or en-. "- " "' " ' "
acting any bill or requirement of that nature.
m i ' , tm
Ableii lie si . fiom Hall IV
KNOX MAY NOT HAVE HIS SALARY RAISED . .
AS PRESIDENT TAFI'S SECRETARY OF STATE
WASHINGTON, D. C Feb. 10. Tho appointment of Knox ns Sec
retary ot State has been discovered to conflict with the Constitution, in
asmuch ns he was a member of tho United 'States Sennto ut I lie time
the vote was token to Increase tho sa lary of tho position. An amendment
to the salary appropriation bill has been Introduced, rescinding the In
crease In pay for his position In the Cabinet.
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TAFT IN NEW ORLEANS
PORT UADS, Miss., Fob. 10. The battleship North Carolina today
anchored off this port and President-elect Tuft him come ushoiu on his
return frbm Panama. He will proceed lo New Orleans, where great prep
aratlons to receive him and his party have been made. '
NO 'ACTION 'FOR' CHINESE
WASHINGTON. D. C,r Feb. 10. President Roosevelt took no ml Ion
In regard to the memorial presented by the Chinese stating that they
were being discriminated against:. I n the. public schools.
Nothing iiiotllor than nil llowi'in.
for jour vnlenllne, ellher In box, I.
(plot or basket Place your order Willi
Think of It four ilnjs after a sleam
er has left Honolulu. ou ran send u
wireless-message to n filend Mi hoard,
or receive one from him. Itatea nro
New tilmmlngH lu Allover laco, All
over embroidery, nnd heniy lace band
j trimmings nro Just being opened up til
.Ionian's. A big new npilng line of ut
llrncllvi' ill ess goods.
i Carnation Milk is tilinot.t ns ileh mi
nnd llnwull. r, p
Id iini'tl foe
fienm. . When used In III.' conking It
adds n rlchnesH lo Ihc fixxl tli.il Is eiy
Iiiplccliib1e. lir tnble m,c, there Is
nothing heller. Phoiw '.'2, llem .M:i)
& Co., Lid.
decision o the causo. The motion 'Dowdell, I'd It fnnor. 1.'9 Mass. 3S
was heard February 8, the petitioner
appearing; In person and by his at
torney,' and argument won set for1 Fob
ruary-10, the High Sheriff being di
rected to hold tho petitioner In cils
tody at -his home until further order
of court inder Si. 2079 It. I,.
The court held In 7x parte Ah O!,
13 Haw. C34, that under tho general
statute' an appeal lies In habeas cor
pus -cases, saying (p. C39), with ref
erence to persons discharged and still
In custody, ''the appenls would seem
to operate 'aa a supersedeas in tbeso
as In other cases by tho provisions of
Sectlon'71-of the Act of 1892." (Sec.
1SC1 It. L.) It wns also held lu
thnt case (p. MO), ot the provision
(Sec. 2084 It. L.). "No person who
has been discharged upon n'writ of
habeas corpus shall be again Im-
plsoned or restrniped for tun rJinet
cause," etc., th'ilt "A prisoner Is not
dlrcharged within the meaning of
this iclause'-tilitll his case Is finally
to bo thn only way in which the
appeal can bo' made effective In such
cases, and accordingly we r.) rule.
The petitioner contends thnt the
sta'tWe was unconstitutional indor
that tho public safety required his
restrnlnt until he became ot sound
mind or was ordered to bo discharged
as by law provided Inasmuch as thu
statute falls to require notice to ho
gjveu him of the charge and an op
portunity to defend himself against
It, tills being claimed to bo cssentlul
to securing tho right of personal Illi
cit)' by duo" process of law.
The respondent 'urges that In prne
tlce the statute always has been con
strued as requiring such notice and
opportunity to'bo given and that this
lu a reasonable and proper construc
tion, but that If, notwithstanding
the practice, the court. In view of the,
wording of the statute, does not feel
Justified In so construing It, then
Sec. 1118 II. L., giving Circuit
Judges power to discharge any per
son confined In tho asylum upon ap
plication lo them, If upon examina
tion they should bo satisfied thul
such person Is of sound mind, ut-
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" EEFFERN serve you.
(SOB. HOTEL and NUUAHTJ.
There Is no occasion
iUscush the various
are cited for nnd ngultikt these views
since the authority of district mag
istrates "In all statutory proceed
ings" is defined by the statute. See.
1C02 It. I.., as Jurisdiction "to try
end determine tho name, subject to
itppeal according; lo law." Tlicio
cannot be a Judicial trial and deter
mination of the fuels lu Issue unless
the patty proceeded against Is noti
fied of the charge and given nn im
portunity to be present nt the trial,
ciuss eXumluu witnesses produced
against him and pi'esent nny legal ev
Ideuci-raffeetlng tho Issue to bo tried,
this lielhg the csi.cn t Inl meaning of
the words In the statute conferring
upon the magistrate power to hear
uny complaint against the petitioner
and the two statutts taken together
effectively disposing of objection to
the unconstitutionality of Sec. lilt!
It. L. when taken alone. "The es
sential elements of duo process of law
are nutlcu und opportunity to de
fend. In determining whether such
rights were denied we nro governed
by tho substnnre of things and not
by mere form." Simon vs. Cruft, 182
U. S. 428, 43ti.
It therefore follows that the dis
trict magistrate's order of commit
ment was valid, and tho only ques
tion lemalnlng is us to tho proper
custody of tho petitioner pending ills
appeal from that order, his right to
nn appeal being clear not only fiom
the broad construction given to Iho
general statute lu Hx psrte Ah (II,
13 Haw. r.;il, but from the specific
language of See. Il!fl2 It. L. Under
Sec. 1SC1 It. L fin appeal duly ta
li en and perfected operates as a su
persedeas, subject to the power ot
tho district magistrate, upon good
cause shown, to allow appropriate ac
tion to bo taken for tho enforcement
ol Ills order pending appeal, as pro
vided in that section, Tho petition
In this case leclles that mi appeal lu
Writing was duly noted but does not
stntc that It was perfected. Upon
tho record befdre us, tlicrefore, tho
Till: CLAIIDINK miivi'il this morn
Ing from Hawaii and M.mi ports, iluc,1'
Ing nt her berth at half punt llu. Mie
brought ns her cargo. 3!i5 ralhiM I lies.
20 cases empty bottles, llu lugs h:ir
coal. 42 hog i, 4!i head inltli, ' ciiIvph
1 1." p.ick.itii Him
on, however, iii,3s u,.kaKlH ,, ,
decisions which ',1,,,,
Per stmr. Claiidlne from Hawaii ami
Mnill. Feb. II. 1 " 11. Ibiblwln, .1. W.
Kjwnnknn. vile iiihI ehll I, ' P. Mal-.il-113,
Jus, Klil.'imn Mrs. Rum-, Mrs. I'.
F. Rose. Dr. St. f Mis- I. Weight.
Hi-. J. Kiillno,. I". II Slniiorl;. Win.
Hell. MIbh Kral7 K II Cnilij. W. T.
RubliiMiii. Mrs. NiniK Ml"' I Morrhi,
Mnslei A. Morris, Ml M It Medciros,
M. P. Wnluiilole. 1). Wnlwntole, Mrs.
A. Doiim, nnd child, llev. O K. I'm. Mrs.
A. (lollies, C. A. Slim I. K ('hong. I.
Fiijimnlo. (1. P. WIIcmv A. i.nt'iilierK,
Wm. Williamson ami -'' deck.
I PASSENGERS COOKED
Per ulinr. Claudiiie llelinetl, for
M tt ill and llnwnll, I ! I-. 5 p m- l.
1L Hail. .las. A (Iiiikiiu, .1. W. Wid
llinil. !!. II. Rotbfon.
Per Ktnir. W. (1 Hull Thomp mi, IW
Kauai, Feb. 11. .". p in I KiiiiIhcIi.
(! P. Wilcox, Km Clupni.in, .1 T.
SOLDIERS ARE HELD
(Continued (roin Pr; O
luul been dlluklug freel.t, piwltlvuly
stilted that ho e-.uld nut Identify
We.it or lliiddhu us Hie men who as
A niMober of wllnes'es lo-tllled to
the fact Hint West nnd lluildhii wete
present In the saloon nt the time
Rodgers was their nnd Unit the two!
soldiers assisted Rodgers out of the
Tho bartender on the wltncni stand
buoir that RodgerH went outside noil
khortly returned saying that be hud
been held up and nibbed.
(leorgii Mi Call, another pilvate.
statid that the day after the mb-
bery ho saw a mldler named Itcvei-
ly, who remniled, "I coubl lell wime.
thing of the lobbery If I liked, anil
II the the lobbeis don't dig up
)&ll to me I'll squeal. "
llcvctly, on oath, denied Ibis, lie
was el oss examined lit length by
Piosccutor A. M. Iliown.
Judge Andrnde In summing up
said: "I urn not here to decide tho
guilt or Innocence of the accused. I
think It Is u case for u Jinj lo li.
nnd tbeiefoie commit thu two men.
West and lluddhu, to the (it and
Jury. The Lieutenant can tiiku
both men back to Foil ShaMcr and
lunduce them when called before the
Tin men iicionllngly weiu f.eiil
back lo Foit Shnfter.
Till-: SHIP W.P. Frye. Captain Miir
lhy, sailed today for New York with
uboiit niirtu tons of sugar lu her hold
In shipping men for her leliim tilp.
Shlpplut: Commissioner mid linmlgr.i
lion Inspector llrown went over the
list of ellgibles ciiiofully before allow
ing them to go lo sea. Mint of tho
men wero Japanese, but mil a fi v
of Ihem succeeded In gelling lh nee
essury pipers as sciifnrlng men
j WATERFRONT NOTES
' SAN FIIA.WI.M'O .Lin 2N- 'lOtt.n'l
ihc end of tin- .i llii''' Hailing ics
M Is ( the M iiMiu :il .'llliill Cum
p.iii Hill lia' h'ii Til I In- Hawaiian
Is'amls and If tie g-' au.iy nlimit Hie
siiiue 1 1 Hit- It I i-iii-,eil lln re will bo
no Inteiestlim i.nv li,-ii the ve.
M'ls. The baik unli .lu!insou has n
l.uge general '.im" r.n into, lln. Iiarl.
Amliew Welch Mill sun lo.Oou eafH
of oil for Honolulu and the Fchooin-r
James II. linn' will have a cargo of
phiiit.il tun KU'pll"H lor M.ibiikima.
Till: KTHAM' It II.Midi: of lln- Mal
um Navlg'illou Inn' lift wHiiiliiN rnr
Kaliillill. wheuj hIh v. Ill I 'i In a lnii'l
oT sugar. Sin- i.lll lene tlieie loniie
low noon fit I''.''' K i ,1, win .,(,
rbo will lean fm .Ids ini tin Mini.' .
I nnli lug "bi-re Sun liu niiniiing. Alttr
hiking llnuoiulii i. ii, -i chi ivlll Iimvc
for her hnui. putt neM Wi-iluonliiy.
Till: STKAMKIt Iwnliiil roliirm-l
his morning rn.ni .'.i nliae. llnwnll,
Willi r,ii5(i b.ig, k'u'ii. :tn lii-.nl citito,
l.i! Iiiiudles hl.'es. 1 itiipiv gasollnii
ilriiin, I dog. 7 package i hiindrlew.
Piir.M-r Logan ri'iHuiH that tin ii- nro
H,.M)i Ings of lliiiiuk.ia sn-;nr nnd r.is)
Kiikullnule H1IV.-H" wnltln-; for shn
Till: KOIIP.X sullid y.rtenl.iy fnui
Vnkiiham.i fi . this pon. Shi- Ih ilii"
lo in llu- hen I ihlny in ms. Fi-lu.i
in) 111. nail will l.tiM- lu ih,. ariernooii
for San l-'nun i i .
Tin; w. (i iim.i. wi-i i..-i-,(. ibun,-
ti'iniMin at r. ml.Hk for Kauai On
lil-l- l-l-tlllll Inn lu- Hill Inliin ;, ,-n;- ,
Of hllgll- ail, I Mllcl.ll III, l-l ll.-IKlil.l-.
Tin: NOI'AU camo lu lod.i)
fords full protection lo persona) lib-1 petitioner should ho remanded to cm iKcallit, Kauai, bringing 42ll bags niis
crty within the meaning of constllu- tody under tho order of Commitment, nr, 41 empty banels and G paek.i-u
tlonal requirements as was hfcld In and It Is so, ordered, hiimlrles.
A Moit Excellent Aitortment of
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W.W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KINO ST. FnONE US,
THE BEST "riTTERS" W TOWJJ.
Tho Old Hell Cow, with n Sob and n Sough.
Said, "Really, it beats 'Dominion!'
Why! my Latest Calf Passed me Up with n Laugh
And asked to ho fed Carnation'!"
it almost as rich as cream, with a flavor that recommends it for table
"use1 In "preference to all others.
When used in the cooking-, it saves shortening- and adds a richness
nd a wholesome quality that are delightful. Try it next time you oider
HERY MAY &
ANNUAL MEETING OF
Some linn- .luihi the cm tent p,,, ,
the nuuii.il in .lln-; c,r the Wliel. i
Telegraph I'ninpim uMl In- lu Id. and
It Is Hun thnii l-i Mid) H, it t,. , !,.,
int tangle will l, Hli-.ilKhU'iiiMl out
The d.it,. ol ii-. nu-i-tlng I not up -lined
In tin- In i.iwh of Iho comp.iii,
fuillier til, in ilui ,,, ,u ,irnK
the mouth or I-', liiu.ny,
Hlncu allowing IiIh oitlmi on J. .
Ilulch's llltlllnlH III lapKJJ, I'll'hlllelll
HulcliliiH nr Hi,, iimip.iuy hag gi-u no
Inkling eiiuuiiilug hh lutniitlous. nnd
Iheio has been lonsldi'iablo sp.-eulii
Hon lis In W)iet-.,- o, ot . .lUllllll.llll
lelephon.i pmjeel will lie nllowed to
lliilchlns owns, k lindeistood,
fcome Dr.tl5 sIi.iich nut ol a lot il or ,'iiniii,
llalch is the next largehl HlockbnUIer.
owning snmeiliiiiK oier I7uii shun-n.
II Is unib-iKlood Dun ll.ileh him object
ed to the n-hi up. or having iho com
pany mitei the lolopluinn Held.
AP or Iho tut -ir-Med p.ullos i-iii
keeping ,-iy ipilc-t Junt now. Ilutilt
liu forlnlleil JlliiMi tn ,,(., when ho
allowed his option to lapse, lln do
illiie.l In ghn a lo.iriiu lor IiIh uelinu
nnd nlbo declined lo say wluu Ma next,
step would be.
Halt I) Insists thai liu known nolhl.i;;
coin fining ful mo pl.uiM, and ho Is gi
Ing on lmpioug ih', i-ipilpnW-nt und
M-nieo nf lln- i-nmp.iny as tboiuli on
dual to k lliKiul-h bin sled, hud ever
bc-i ii conslderea.
Sea Wrens, .$100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyrle
Motor, $17.1, Complete.
'HE CHAlttES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE W0HKS
King St. opposite South St, A
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