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THE HONOIOTG BEFUBLIGAK. TUESDAY, AXJOU5T H, 1990.-
SHUTS IHE POWER.
THEY ABE aUAUTTED TO
T7EAXJZE CANDIDATES FOB
Judge Xtee Gives His Tie's on
the Subject in Answer to
Many Inquiries Erom
the Other Islands.
In the United States District Court
yesterday morning, after the naturalization
of several candidates, Judge
"This court has been "waited upon b
a committee from the various other
Islands of this Territory, requesting
the Judge of this court, as a United
States District Court, to visit those
various Islands, for the purpose ot
naturalizing people and making them
citizens of the United States.
'This court I3 ready and willing to do
that duty, or any other imposed upon
It by law. And it may be pertinent to
say, after a careful examination of the
law, while this court has jurisdiction,
that it believes that the Circuit Court
of the Territory of Hawaii has absolute
jurisdiction, not exclusive, to
make citizens ot the United States;
therefore, the court ventures to call
the bar's attention to a little law in relation
thereto. 1-call attention to Section
2165 of the Revised Statutes of tue
United States, pace 37S:
"'An alien may be admitted to become
a citizen of the United States in
the following manner, and not otherwise:
"'First. He shall declare on oatnr
before a Circuit or District Court or
the United States, or a District or Supreme
Court of the Territories, or a
Court of Record of any of the States,
having common law jurisdiction, and a
seal and clerk, two years at least, prior
to his admission, that it is bona nde
his intention to become a citizen of
the United States.'
"It is well known to the bar and
the people, that the Enabling Act, taking
this Territory into the Union; that
part of it in relation to the two years
declaration, is abolished, and that a
resident of the Islands, having lived
here five years prior to the 14th of
June, 1900, can become a citizen of t'ua
United States and Territory.
"The only problem that seems to
strike the court is this law that says,
'the District Court or the Supreme
Court of the Territories.' It has been
held by some lawyers that.the Circuit
Court has no jurisdiction to make citizens.
This court is compelled to believe
that that is a mistake; that the
Circuit Court has jurisdiction; that the
only object of that law, which was
passed before this Enabling Act was
passed, was to show that it was a court
of record of common law jurisdiction,
with a clerk and a seal and possessing
all the attributes of a court of justice.
"It has been held by the highest
court in the country that a judgment of
naturalization is a judgment of a court
of record, it must be signed with all
the formality and solemnity in the"
possession of the court
"I am compelled to believe that the
Circuit Court of this Territory of Hawaii
is a court of original jurisdiction,
of common law jurisdiction, possessing
the same and all the attributes of a
court of authority, and therefore, although
the statute says 'District Court'
I think that ft relates to the Circuit
Court as well.
"The courts of our country have held
many times that courts possessing com
mon law jurisdiction and general jurisdiction
also, in both law and equity
matters, can naturalize citizens, and
thus make them members of this grea
"I am constrained to believe that as
Judge of this court I am so frequently
and almost hourly urged to go elsewhere
on the Islands to make citizens,
simply because many people think the
Circuit Court of Hawaii has not jurisdiction..
"This court, without ruling upon the
point, because I have not authority to
overrule any body, is compelled to say
It is of the opinion that the Circuit
Court ot the various circuits of the
Territory of Hawaii has ample authority
to make citizens, and can do it
under the powers and solemnity of any
other court of general jurisdiction."
The court then read Section 100 of
the Enabling Act, admitting this Territory
into the Union, and continuing
"I want to say that it Is impossible to
visit all the Islands before election.,
and it would be quite impossible for
this court to naturalize all the people
on the Islands that may want to be nat
uralized, and that the court does not
think it is necessary for this court
alone to do the naturalizing. Of course
there Is no question but that the Supreme
Court of this Territory can naturalize
people. That court has adjourned
until in September.
"This court will visit before election
only one or two ot the Islands of the
Territory, and not alone for that purpose."
A Minister's Good "Work.
"I had a severe attack of bilious colic
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, took
two doses and was entirely cured," says
Rev. A. A. Power, of Emporia, Kau
"My neighbor across the street was
sick for over a. week, had two or three
bottles of medicine from the doctor.
He used them for three or four days
without relief, then called in another
doctor who treated him for some days
and gave him no relief, so discharged
him. I went over to see him the next
morning. He said his bowels were in
a terrible fix, that they had ueen
oft so .ong that it was almost
bloody flux. I asked him if he had tried
Chamberlain's. Colic. Cholera and
Remedy and he said, 'No.' I went
home and brought aim my bottle and
gave him one dose; told him to take
another dose la fifteen or twenty minutes
if he did aot mad relief, but lie
took bo nore and. was Mtirely cured.
I think it the best medlclae I haveever
tried." For sale by all dealers and driMfC
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agecta. HawaUamTwritery. "' "
STANLEY IS NOW H
AXE THOSE THAT HE ASSISTED
I IS Jf ATTJBAIJZIHG XEALL Y
It is a Question "Which 3Cay Affect
the Bights of Many That
Think They are
TV. F. L. "Stanley, ex-Judge of :h
Circuit Court and a subject of Great
Britain, foreswore allegiance of Queen
Victoria in the United States District
Court yesterday morning. Of course
such an Important event, could not --e-cur
without some speech making. "W.
A. Whiting made an address. It was
entirely unnecessary, "but then they 0
such things and they say such things"
In Hawaii at least they used to, and
it is hard for one to break away from
About a month ago Mr. Stanley told
a reporter on the Republican that he
was an Irishman and he saw no reason
for changing his allegiance to Great
Britain. This was when Mr. Stanley
was acting Justice of the Supreme
Court and taxing candidates for citizenship
$7.50. Not only did Mr. Stanley
assist in imposing this tax, but he
passed upon the qualifications of applicants
for American citizenship.
Now a serious question arises: Mr.
Stanley, at that time not being an
American citizen, are the candidates
that he assisted to make citizens, citizens?
When Judge Estee opened the United
States District Court here he announced
that no attorney could practice
In his court unless he was an American
citizen or signified his intention of becoming
an American citizen.
Now if Mr. Stanley could not practice
in Judge Estee's court without being
an American citizen, how could the
unnaturalized Mr. Stanley make American
citizens? This is another question
Mr. Stanley before becoming an
American citizen was compelled to say,
that in the evolution of time if war
broke out between the United States
and Great Britain, he would take up
arms for the United States.
The following candidates were also
naturalized: J. W. Wilkins, Englanl;
P. Mclnerny, Ireland; E. H. F. Wolters,
Germany; R. Mossman, Germany; S. J.
One of tho applicants' witnesses
spoke about the candidate's property..
"Never mind about the" property."
said the court suavely.
Will Love was also a witness for a
"Are you an American citizen?" asked
- "I don't know; I was born in these
"I don't see how you were made tor
anything else," said the court dryly.
Another witness said that he came
from California. -
"Pretty good State to come from,"
remarked the court
Susan 'Anthony's Argument.
Miss Susan B. Anthony, the veteran
woman suffragist has always had a
lively wit, and there is more than one
example in her recent life, by Mrs. Ida
Husted Harper, of her nimble-use of
it In the behalf of her sex.
During he experience as a school
teacher Miss Anthony got her first
practical insight into society's injustice
to woman as a worker. Repeatedly
she would take a school which a male
teacher had been obliged to give up
because of inefficiency, and although
she made a thorough success, would
only receive one-fourth of his salary.
Her first opportunity of calling attention
to the injury done the. teaching
profession by slighting its women members
came during the State convention
in 1S53. Two-thirds of the teachers in
attendance were women, but not one
of them spoke, nor was their presence
recognized in any way by the men. -
Toward the close of the second day
the question under discussion was
"Why the profession of teacher was not
as much respected as that of doctor,
Miss Anthony having listened for
some time, rose, but only succeeded in
gaining a hearing after rialf an hour's
heated debate as to whether she should
be permitted to address the meeting.
She had remained standing, fearing to
lose her chance, with her heart beating
a tattoo, and permission being granted
"It seems to me you fail to
hend the causa of the disrespect of
which you complain. Do you not jee
that so long as society says that woman
has not brains enough to be a doctor,
lawyer or minister, but has plenly
to be a teacher, every man of you who
condescends to teach tacitly admits
Israel and the sun that he has no
more brains than a woman?"
As mty be imagined, this little bomb
was disconcerting to men and women
alike-. Youth's Companion.
Are Now Connected.
The wireless telegraph service between
Oahu aud Hawaii will be perfected
in a very few days now. Lanai
and Molokai and this island are now
connected satisfactorily. The work ou
the station at Makena on UJaui is being
rushed and when this 13 finished the
chain of communication with Hawaii
will be complete.
Good Medicine for Children.
If you have a baby In the house you
will wish to know the best -way to
check any unusual Iooseaeaa 0f the
bowels?" or diarrhoea so common to
small children. O. P. M. Holllday. of
Demlng. Ind, who has an
child, says: "Throagh the months
of June and July our baby was teething
and took a running off of the bowels
and sickness of the stomach. His
bowels would move from Sto to eight
times a day. I had a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic Cfcefeta aad Diarrhoea
Remedy la the hosse asd gave bias
four drops la 'a- teaspooafulof water,
and he got better atoace." For sale by
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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
NOTICE OF TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS.
Erarainatiocs of candidates for
primary grade certificates irlll be
held at the High School. Honolulu, on
September 3d and 4th, begianfcJS it 9
o'clock a. m.
Examinations will also be heK by
the Traveling Normal Iastructcrs as
follows subject to unavoidable changes,
of which notice will be given by
Waiahlnu September 14th aEd 23th.
Kilo October 12th and 13th.
Honokaa November id and 3d.
Konawaena December 7th and 3th.
Walluku September 14th and 13th.
Hana October 12th and 13th.
Labaina November 2d and 3d.
Lihue December 7th and Sth.
All teachers without certificates "iud
those holding second and third class
certificates that have expired, are required
to present themselves for examination.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF I HE
UNITED STATES, FOR J HE
Ths Prea4dnt of the United Stat-3 of
To the Marshal of the United Stntes
of America for the Territory of Hawaii
Whereas, a Libel hath been filed in
the District Court of the United States
for the Territory of Hawaii, on the 10th
day of August, A. D.1900. .ByJ.D.
Spr&ekels & Eros Co., vs. Ship
her tackle, apparel, furniture,
boats, appurtenences and cargo for the
reasons and causes in the said Libel
meutioued, and praying-the usual process
and monition of the said Court in
that behalf to be made, and that all
persons interested in the said vessel,
her tackle, etc., and cargo may be Cited
in general aud special to answer the
premises, aud "all proceedings It ing
had that the said vessel, her tackle,
etc., and cargo may for the eau?ein
the said Libel mentioned, be con leaned
and sold to pay the demauds of the
You are therefore hereby
to attach the said vessel, her tackle,
etc., and cargo aud to retain the s. me
in your custody until the further order
of the Court respecting the sain',
to give duo notice to all persons cK
the same, or knowing or lining
anything to' say why theame should
not bo condemned and 6fld pursuant
to the prayer of the said Libel, that
they be and appear before the aid
Court, to be held in nud for the Territory
of Hawaii, 011 tho Sixteenth day of
August, A. D. 1900, at ten o'clock in
the forenoon of the same day, if that
day shall be a of jurisdiction,
otherwise on the next day of jurisdiction
thereafter, then and there to interpose
claim for th-5 tame, nu' to
make their allegations ou that b u .1C.
And what you shall have done iu the
premises, do you theu and there make
return thereof, together with this writ.'
Witness, the Hon. Morris M. Estee,
Judge of said Court, at the City of
Honolulu, iu the Territory of Haw aii,
this 10th day of August, A. D. 1900,
of our independence, tho one hundred
WALTER B; HALING,
F. M. HATCH,
Proctor for Libelant. "
A true copy Attest:
D. A "RAY,
United States Marshal for the Territory
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