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Do you of I on fool weak
nnil mint? 1 your nppatito poor.'
Ar.t t..n miallv illr niiraL'cd" Thou
t vow naive nu' mik mid ur lilootl
-r; , impure. Mohin-n is not Jar nuny.
I llltANH .1UUY l'HO AND (JON. allowed to explain Away any cir-
cuuistnticcs that niny appear bad
IHirproiipp or Judicial Opinion Upon -for him to prevent a formal indict'
an r.stnlillslied Institution. iucnt? The better way is a public
preliminary hearing, before a pro-
j Klcgnnt Line of
Hew Cut Glass
SEE Fine Wntcli and Clock Repair-
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SPRECKELS' BLOCK E5
l-ront Street, Ililo.
Enterprise Lager Beer
On Draught, Ice Cold,
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' of f larrmnnt, r.i).o
Kituh In- 'liitoi;r:i'h
Honolulu, May io. "The much
lauded grand jury system became
engrafted upon the constitution oi
the United States by the fifth amend
ment, but it is doubtful if such
n itttit tiwtti t tvnrn vrncmitrtfl Trtr t tin
lUIIVIHIUlLtl l -4W a V,V.iv.u 4 HI r.a.aw
first tune to the fifty-eighth Cong
ress it would obtain sufficient sup-
i port to secure its ratification. I
venture to express the hope that
with the greatest developments of
perly appointed magistrate.
"The delay is another injustice.
Suppose the present Grand jury
adjourns tomorrow and the next day
a man is accused of a felony. He
must remain in jail until next
August, when the next Grand
jury meets, before he can have even
a hearing. In California, where
the Grand jury indictment is not
necessary, a man so accused is given
reason and logic, all provisions trial within tcn da,S( before a jury.
It is n most gross injustice to make
The Finest of
At Moderate Prices.
Mr. Frederick Ho
Colony, South Afr
fiml till Inner
"Sly Mood often lice mie-. Impure, catiili p
eruptions rn tlie k n, n.l n-y feiienil jtrn
ecu all run ilov n. v -I ip lnillci-Uloii mid
ure.it dntilllty. liiHt e. aHr-rota-IILi,
ulilcli nuloKfy liniinn n nut or my trunUi'v
Kor nil t)ioe ln ii " ileliilitiiled iiid
weakened liy tlm lonjr, hot nummers of our
country, tlicro Is no remedy rquM to tint
grand family nicdicino."
support of this system will be climi
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i uuicii. --j iuhjk ivuuuiauii :u un
charge to the present Grand Jury.
"By the institution of the Grand
jury two great ends, the one of
liberty and the other of the admin
istration of justice, have been unit
ed." Judge Humphreys, to the
first Grand jury ever cmpannelled
I here, on August 6, 1900.
"You arc now taking the first
and the largest step ever taken by
citizens of the Territory, toward
3 I convincing the world of your high
" ' intelligence, and your capabilities
Volcano Stables & Trans. Go.
TIME TABLE OF STACE ROUTES.
Tilts In the only line of stages .unking regulnr4trips between Knu nuil Hilo mid
taking iu the Volcano of Kiluucn.
On Thursday nnil every alternate Tuesday passengers or express leaving Hilo nt
7:00 a, in. arc lauded In either l'nhala or Houuapo the same evening.
Through connections with the steamers Kinau and Mauua Io are made hoth on
arrival nud departure.
STACES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND
Via Hilo Railroad and Volcano Stages :
w ai wr
Tlicro aro nan; Imitation " flarsapRrlllas.'
Ho turo joii sot Ayti'A.
Always keep votir l.oicla In coil cond'tlnr
witliAjcr'nl'lllfi. They tiro put rly wcotalile
ncss, Blck headache, and all II cr troubles.
Prepared ty Dr. J. C. Aj er A Co.. Lowell. M.. U.S. A
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY!
an accused person wait longer.
"Under the system of preliminary
hearing, an accused person has the
right to meet his accuser face to
face and combat his statements from
the start. What could be more un
American than a body of fifteen or
twenty men sitting behind abso
lutely closed doors and hearing
charges against a citizen who may
not even know of the existence of
such charges? Yet that is what the
Grand jury has to do iu every case,
and it is nrevented bv the law from
for self government. And so Grand owlll the ncetIsed to defeIld him.
Juries perform most important func- .
lions in the administration of crimi-1 ..Theexpensiveness of the sys
nalju.sf.ee in all United States , tcm ,s evMcIlti The law provides
Courts.' '-Judge Kstce, in his l Umt a man ca-nbt be convicted cx.
charge to the first Federal Grand rpn. . f ,
Ijury-in the Islands, April, itjoi. ..,. Whnt Is the use of haVillE
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Hilo K. R. Depot.
ar Mountain View lv
ar Volcano House lv
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lv Volcano House nr
ar I'ahala lv
HOP WARN CO.
Cor. Kiug and l'ront Streets.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
Japanese and Chinese
At Moderate Prices.
Draught Boor IO Cents
When you need a driulc call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class Hue of
always on hand.
Islands now are, under the Consti- j looking at 'it from 0Illy one sidei
tution of the United States' of Amand rcqulrlllg anolher twdve lo de.
j erica there can be 110 duty imposed dde whelher he slmu be charged?
upon a citizen of the Territory of; The b,ic prclitinary hearing
Hawaii of graver or greater import-1 ought lQ seUlc that Here undcr
auce man uiai p. n grauu juror, xn , the present SyStem, we have in
your hands and in your keeping may cascs a po,ice court hearing
the law, for the time being, to o , tllclI B grnild jury hcarig and then
large exicni commits tue gcncrai 'ajury trial.
"Of course the system cannot be
Connecting with Mauua I.oa.
TIME TABLE OF
... Hilca ar
tJOii arrival of Mauua I.oa,
STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Thursday April 9 I
Sunday .. April 19 j
Thursday April 30!
Sunday 1 May 10
Thursday May 21
Sunday Slay 31
Sunday April 12
Wednesday April 22
Sunday May 3
Wednesday May 13
Sunday May. 24
Wednesday June 3
Time Taldc of Volcano Stables Stage for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE:
Mixkd and Fancy Drinks
Two Glasses for 25 cts
welfare, safety, morality anddiappi
ness of this community." Judge
De Bolt, in lna charge to tjie No
vember, 1902, Grand Jury.
"The Grand Jury only hears one
side of a case and reaches conclu
sions solely on the evidence for the
prosecution. This is unfair to the
accused." Judge Robinson.
"However, that truth and justice
may prevail and to that end only,
if the Grand jury should have rea
son to sugpect that the charge is
groundless and the accused inno
cent, you ought to can lor tue
evidence of it. It is Contrary to
common sense and natural justice
that an innocent person should be
indicted when you have good and
sufficient reason to believe that
there is other evidence not present
ed to you 'but within your reach,
which would qualify or explain
away the charge under investiga
tion. I am aware that this is not
the unanimous view of the. courts
and jurists but jt is common sense
and common iustice."' Judce De
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd. ! , November 1902.
0 I Not since Judge Ilumphrers
the "Americanization ot
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tioual Hoard of 1'ire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Pan Motors at reduced price. Fixtures
Shades, Table, lied ' nud Desk Lamps
etc., always on hand.
the l?irst Circuit Court, and Gear
followed it up by his famous transi
tion controversy with Attorney
General Dole, has any act of a local
circuit judge aroused as much com
ment as Judge Robinson's charge
to the present Grand jury, contain
ing a general arraignment of the
Grand jury system, as absurd, cum
bersome and useless. Among at
torneys the matter has been much
discussed and other local judges
have also given it much attention.
Sowing Machine Motor 20 'judge Robinson appears to be al-
' mostalone among the local judiciary
Power for operating them i a month j j,is v;ews 0f the Grand jury sys-
, Just received, new stock of Shades of Item and to some members of the
various patterns. Also Sewing Machine bar his comments on it are regarded
and Pan Motors.
Hstimates furnished on all classes
Klectrical Work and Contracts taken
install apparatus complete.
SODA WORKS ?2wj3
will deliver to you
of all flavors
Lemon, Cream, Ginger Ale,
Sarsaparilla, Pineapple, Or
ange, Strawbeiry, etc., etc.
Nl(ltOl) I). Camkka. M(.K.
Wnlanuenue St., near Pitman
Stone Mason and lirick Layer
is ready to take contracts for work and
in any part of the Island
as almost sacriligious. The extracts
quoted above from various charges
to Grand juries since the system
was applied here show the opinions
held by other local jurists. Judge
Robinson, however, sticks to his
expressed views, and has a number
of suggestive reasons to offer in sup
port of them.
"The system originated in the
time of King John," said Judge
Robinson, "a thousand years ago,
legislated away by the Territory.
It is the law of the nation and we
must act under it. But I am of the
opinion that the other system is
better, and that if Hawaii had the
power it would be well to get rid of
the law requiring indictments by
grand juries before trials of felony
IIAZINU AT l'UXAIIOlh
Students .Maltreat and Injure Younir
Cunha, One of Their Number.
Honolulu, May 12. There was a
case of hazing at Punahou college
this morning which created a great
stir among the students and will
probably result in an investigation,
with suspensions of some of those
concerned as a result. Young
Cunha, second baseman on the
Punahou tcatp, failed to show up
for practice on Saturday, and when
he arrived at the school this morn
ing he found his mates in decidedly
indignant mood. -
The affair culminated iu a general
decision to make an example of the
youth who stayed away, and this
was done to such an extent that the
young man had to go home for re
pairs: He was tied up, dragged
about the school, and generally
given decidedly rough treatment by
a number of his classmates, who
want to insure regular attendance
by members of their teams here
after. Young Ottilia's excuse for not
attending was that the Klks had a
practice game and he desired to atr
tend. When game was called and
he failed to show up there were
loud kicks and after the kicks came
a determination to make an exatnnle
of the absentee. After the row .this
morning it was reported that Cunha
would play next Saturday, while
another report was to the effect
that he would not play at all any
Por Att Prince, May 13. Frauds
in Haytien government securities
have been unearthed. The amount
involved is $2,000,000.
Wedn'sd'y P. M.
lv Volcano Stables ar
ar Papaikoti ar
ar Pcpeckco ar
ar Honouiu '. ar
nr llnkalnti lv
nr Hoiioliinii nr
nr Walkamalo ar
nr Pnpaaloa ar
ar Laupauoelioc lv
lv Laupahochoe ar
lv Houokaa .
, Kukuihnele nr
.Waimea (Katuuela) ar
T. n litntllnfi 1.
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When the weather Is too rough for the Kinau to laud at Lnupahoehoc Wednesday,
the leaving time of stage from Hilo is changed to 4:00 a.m. on Thursday morning, nnil
the Wednesday stage from I.aupahoehoe to Houokaa will be bold to connect with it.
On Mondays following the arrival of the Mauua I.oa iu Houuapo on Sundays, the
leaving time of the stage for Lnupahoehoc from Hilo is changed to 10:00 a. in., nud
the Houokaa stage is held at Laupahochoe to connect with it.
Aside from carrying of express matter and passengers these singes carry U. S.
Mail, so patrons may rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. WR1CHT, Manager.
THE ARTISTIC TAILOR
Will prpduce n garment upon order that will satisfy the most
fastidious wearer of clothes. The
Latost in Spring Suitings and Trouserings
Arc now arriving. Nearly all the Spring Patterns will be found
exclusively nt I.eiimuuu's.
Call and Look at the Goods
C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUE ST.
HILO WINE AND
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
in cases and bulk
in cases and bulk
Holland Gins, Assortod
Cosumption which is the most
dangerous nnd fatal disease, has as
its first indication a persistent
a Specialty. . .
it utterly uusuitcd to the pre- j bough, and ,if properly treated as
sent times. It causes injustice in ' soon as tins cotigu appears is easily
more than one way and it is absurd
ly expensive. The Grand jury
hears one side of a case and reaches
conclusions solely 011 the evidence
!for the prosecution. This is unfair
to the accused. Why should a
citizen be subjected to a secret hear-
- Hawaii',u,Bof a charge against him and not
cured. Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy has proven' wonderfully' suc
cessful, and gained its wide reputa
tion and extensive sale by its suc
cess in curing the diseases which
cause coughing. It always cures
and cures quickly. The Hilo Drug
Store sells it.
.ENCLISHALES AND PORTER
Tklkphonb. 90. Fhont Strkkt, Nrau Church