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SAIURDAY, APBIL 20, 1888.
argument, therefore tlio indictment
is sullleieiit in this respect.
A conspiracy may bo committed
without ntij overt net, aud conse
quently an Indictment, for conspiracy
need not express an overt act, but
may bo expressed in general terms,
aoth of Maine p. 38G in the State
vs. Riply, The indictment in this
case contains two counts, one is thai
defendant conspired with another to
injure one Henry K. Barker, tho
other that they did maliciously in
jure the person of said Barker. In
the first court the indictment simply
stated that there was a conspiracy.
So in this cabo wo charge a con
spiracy. Ho also quoted several
oilier authorities in suppoit of his
argument that it was not necessary
to state that an overt act had been
Wc lici e set forth a combination
to do a criminal act, "to wit," a
gross client, but we have set forth
more, wc state that thoy did com
mit an overt act, therefore 1 say
that the first court must stand.
Mr. Hatch stated that a gross
cheat must refer to a tangible thing,
but I think he has gone beyond tho
the indictment. I submit that the
revenues of the country is money,
but as a matter of fact the
duties on these goods were not paid.
The revenues to which wo here re
fer are the right to collect certain
monies, and to keep said money
from the Government, is within the
meaning of gross cheat. We aver
that they did conspire to defraud,
and cheat tho Government out of
S500. Tne Hawaiian Government
is a person within tho meaning of
the statute. He cited the statute
governing this, aud maintained that'
it did cover the Hawaiian Govern
ment in such cases as this. He also
cited foreign authorities to prove
that a community is a person. lie
submitted that the Hawaiian Gov
ernment under our statute is a per
son, and it might' be very embarrass
ing to the Government not to be so
consideied. It could not have been
the design of the Legislature to
allow the Government to be at the
mercy of boodlcrs, scalawags, and
cheats, and not allowed the same
protection as private individual.
The statute of limitation clause
cannot apply to this criminal action.
"We arc not prosecuting these per
sons for any violation of the revenue
laws, but for a conspiracy to do so.
He then cited an authority on
analogous offences, and stated that
this was a prosecution analogous
to a violation of revenue laws, and
that a conspiracy to commit any of
those offences is not limited by that
statute. This is a separate aud dis
tinct offence. A conspiracy to com
mit an offence, and the actual com
mitment of the offence are separate
and distinct. We have brought the
charges within the statutory condi
tions and it is not necessary to bring
anything but a bald charge. It is
undoubtedly an offence to conspire
to do anything wrongfully injurious
to another, and it is an offence to
do anything that will deprivo the
Government of its just dues.
It was contended that "wrong
fully, meant criminally. I don't
think so. But should it be so, I
think it can bo shown that the Ha
waiian Government has been crimi
nally wronged. Can it be contend
ed that a conspiracy to deprivo the
Government of collecting its duties
is not criminal? The life of any
government is its levenue, therefore
I submit that if a conspiracy is
formed to defraud the Government
such an act is criminal. It has been
contended that nothing has been
taken fioin the Government, but I
contend that I am as much injured
by a person keeping me from collect
ing my just dues, as I would be by
having a man put his hand in my
pocket and rob me.
In regard to the 3rd count, he
quoted from the criminal law re
ports of America, showing that a
conspiracy is felony, and if carried
out as in the caso quoted, that of
"robbing a person" would consti
tute two distinct crimes, robbery
and larceny. What would bo the
sense of our alleging a felonious act
if it were legal. It was asserted
that it was absurd to charge one of
conspiracy, but if Mr. Luce or Mr.
Macfarlanc conspired with a co
conspirator to defiaud, it is not
necessary that, as in this case, Mr.
Haley should have had anything to
do with tho consummation of the
crime. The statute says that if
anyone shall bo knowingly concerned
in defrauding tho revenue, etc., they
shall bo subject to a fine of 8500.
The counsel for the defonco seem
ed to talk around tho topic. All
the illustrations that thoy drew did
not help their arguments. Tho
statute says you shall not do so and
so. Wo allege that they did do so
and bo. We do not say unlawfully,
because the very act of so doing is
unlawful. And 11 is not necessary
for us to aver that the liquors wcro
not imported for feo and so, All
that rests witli tho evidence to bo
adduced, and if it were necessary
for us to aver all these negatives it
would bo almost impossible for us
to produce an indictment that would
Bargains in Embroideries,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
stand, and the Chief Justice ruled
that It was not necessary to assert
negative averments in an indict
ment. When wo state that an of
fence linn been committed under a
ccitaln act, it is not necessary for
us to go outside of that act, and
when wc aver that something has
been done, I deem that we have
done all Hint is necessary.
Mr. Hartwcll, in reply said
it is not necessary to aver any
overt act, but under our statutes it
is necessary, as at common law it is
not to nver, not only a finudulent
or malicious conspiracy, but that its
object was to commit a statutory
offence or else to do an actionable
Tho Attorney-General said tho
Government ought not to be allowed
to ho at the mercy of the Boodlcrs
Scalawags, etc. If the Government
would prepare an indictment that
will stand, wc should not make any
objection, and in that case tho Gov
ernment would not bo at the mercy
of such people. Here ho again rc
f cried to U. S. authorities to show
what a conspiracy was.
There is no illegal or criminal act
charged. There should bo some
avciment that the goods were in
this country, etc., to make it valid,
and without such averments, we
contend that the demurrers should
Argument submitted and decision
Ktissiliin man-of-war Itazboynick, lf
days from M:uqiu;is Is
Stinr IJikelikcfrom ICaliului
Stinr C It Bishop from ICannl
Hi it baik Xatuna for Sail Francisco
For San FrancNco, per Xatuna, April
21 Chrs Kanuppc.
For San Francisco, pur Ay" G Irwin,
Apiil -'-' II M Alexander, C (' .Tauten,
Mrs Meirill and 2 children, G W Court
ney, W Woodhotiso and 11 Smith.
From Kalmlul, per Likclikc. April 21
Hon S G Wilder, C A Gunning, 13 3
Ciucgcr, G llcliienianu and wife. .1 W
Kalua aud wife, Miss O A tarter, W
day, Master liieuor, K W Meyer, XV
Villi Geisou mid othei'-.
From Kauai, per (J 11 Bishop, Apill
21 C B Hoffgaid, MrsD Brochgievink,
Mrs Dannchauen and child, Mis Rahc
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bgtuc XV G Irwin for San Francisco at
10 a m
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stinr Llkclikc for ICaliului and way ports
at 5 p in
Stinr .las Alnkcc for ICnpna at " p m
Sclir Mary Foster for Knkaiau
Selir Mniiuokawal for Koolau at 'i p in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Ltkelikc 3,81)8 bags sugar.
Bishop 2,700 bags sugar.
The British haik Xatuua sailed for
San Francisco to-day, with 11,013 bags
sugar, weighing 1,0111, 5L'8 lbs, and
valued at 871,5!)y.23.
Tho Ugtno W G Irwin will sail for San
Fiaucisco. at 10 o'clock to-morrow
nioining. She will lake ."iJGJ bags
sugar, 3,341 bags lice and 2 bags of
ooifec. Value "3,-10C.-12.
The bktno W II Dimond arrived at
Kahului yesterday, 17 days from Sail
At Kaalaiki. ICau, 10th Inst , to the
wife of .7 no. C. Eearle, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The assignees of Brown it Co. have
an important notice in to-day's issue,
Tun King will probably return to
Knilua by the steamer W. G. Hall
A novi: was found dead and en
tombed in the globe of an electric
light this morning.
Mr. J. W. Winter is oiganiing a
new baseball club, to piny against
tho Honolulu nine.
II, W. SuHJinrr Esq, is acting Eus
sinn Consul, and will introduce the
olliccis of the Eazboynick to the
A suTKiuon lot of summer milli
nci y is now boing opened at the
Popular Millinery bouso of N. S.
Eiimihh A Co,, havo juiit received
a full lino of paiasols, hosiery, kid and
silk gloves, and a completo lino in
Mh, W, C. Achi notifies tlio public
that ho will not bo responsible for
any debts contracted in his name
without bis written order.
Tin: Bulletin is indobtcd to Mr.
Victor Fngcroos for bis kind assist
ance in iuteipieting on hoard tho
Ilussiiin man-of-war thiH morning.
Two dfiuH fioni Hon. Clms. R.
iipi-ji'r iiinobon Molokai ctinio for
the mm kit this morning, mid -10
pounds of tho venison wcro sorved
out at tho Beavor this noon.
The Bishop of Olba, letuincd yes
terday, April 20th, by tlio Hall, from
a pastoral visit to tho Island of Maui,
whcio ho had dedicated a now church
at Pain, Kuau, mid administered tho
sacrament ,of continuation, to about
'PHE OCDEST DAILY in the
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CO cents pur mou.th
Barg'ns ia Embroid'ed Dresses,
The Arcade EGAN & CO.
Tub attention of tho ladies of
Honolulu is called to tlio new adver
tisement of tho Tcmplo of Fashion
which appeals in another column of
this issue, in, which tlio pioprietor
announces that ho is having a grand
opening of tlio latest novelties in dry
and fancy goods.
l.v tho Police Court this morning,
Nabinu was lined ,$2o and sent to
prison for 20 days, for selliug awn
without a licence. Mrs. Mary White
wus committed to the Insane Asy
lum, and two opium cases and ono
of larceny, weio continued.
Mil. J. M. Horner, of Ilnninkun,
arrived in this city this morning, and
bax kindly consented to speak at tho
Blue llibbon meeting this evening.
Mr. Homer is well known us an
caiiicst practical temperance, man,
and bis picscneo should insure a
good bouse. Everybody is invited.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
The Hawaiian Mission Children
Society moot at Kawaiahao Semi
nary. Entertainment in the Y. M. C. A.
hall by the Blue Ribbon League, at
7 :30 o'clock.
Special meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge No. 21. F. and A. M., for
work in the 2nd degree at 7:30
A one-mile hurdle race and music
at the Yoscmite Kink.
BLUE fllBBOH LEAGUE.
The entertainment this even
ing at tho Y.M.C.A. hall under
the auspices of the Blue Ribbon
League will be as follows:
,,,. ( Violli Mr. AV. E. Ilerrick
uuec 1hmo Miss P. A. Ilerrick
IJeeltatlon Master Kublo Dexter
.ong Mi-s Olive Modiesncy
lteadlng Miss Addio Peterson
Son;; Miss Bcrnico Paikc
Address Mr. J. M. Horner.
MEETING TO BE.
The voters of Maui have called
a mass meeting to be held next
Thursday evening, April 2o'th, in the
skating rink at Wailuku, to discuss
the Chinese question.
All voters and others interested
are invited to attend, that there may
be free and untrammelcd discussion.
It is desired that as many as pos
sible of those interested should at
tend to give an expression of opin
ion for the guidance of their repre
sentatives at the next session of the
The remedy for sleeplessness, pre
scribed by Prof. Pacycr, of Jena, is
perhaps the best of the mechanical
means for withdrawing from tho
brain that excess of blood, which is
the most frequent cause of tho ail
ment, lie makes his patient stand
with one arm outsretched until the
limb aches violently. This conducts
an excess of blood to the arm, and
seldom fails to relieve the brain.
ARRIVAL OF THE RAZBOYNIGK.
The Russian corvette Razboynick
arrived this morning, lo days from
Marquesas Island. The Razboynick
was here four years ago, sinco which
time she lias been around the world.
She came from Marquesas to this
port, -1 days under steam and 1 1
under sail, without anything out of
the ordinary lino happening. The
Razboynick is a second grade iron
corvette, carrying 1-1 guns, 172 men
and 18 olllcers. Her length is 212
feet, beam 33 feet, draft lfA feet;
horsepower of engines i,500, speed
12 knots, and age 0 years. Her
stay hero will be for two or three
weeks, and her next port will prob
ably be Nagasaki. Since the Roz
boynick was last bore all her oilleers,
except the chief engineer, have been
changed. On coining to an anchor
on the landward, side of the Vanda
lia, the Russian corvette first salut
ed tho Hawaiian Hag, then the
American and the English Hags.
The salutes were returned.
A COUCH REMEDY.
only twi:ny-iivi: cents rat pound.
Irritated throats and annoying
coughs aro quickly relieved by the
genuine Butter Scotch, only to be
found nl tlio Pioneer Stc.ini Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
WOOD, WOOD, WOOD.
Hard woods-awed intostovo lengths,
for unlo cheap for cash. Apply to T.
J. King, at the Union Feed Company.
SUPJ1EME COURT-APRIL TERM.
DI'.FOIti: DOLE, J.
Satuiiday, April 21th.
Tho Court opened at 10:00 a. m.
Recess nt 11:5:1 a. si. until 1 r. si.
Kailisihi Ficitas vs. D. J. Frcilas,
divorce. Decision reserved from
11th inst. Divorce granted for fail
ure to piovido; and custody of
children awarded libellant.
A. Rosa for libellant.
Wm. McCandless vs. Mrs. Opnu
McCandless, divorce Partly heard
on Mth inst. and continued. Evi
dence for libellant being heard.
J. L. Kiuilukou for lihcllaul; A,
Rosa for respondent.
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Editor Bulletin: A timely sug
gestiou to owners of lots in Nuuanu
Cemetery in the Advertiser in re
gard to making their lots proscn
tablo for the coming ceremonies on
memorial day. Tho Geo. W. Do
Long Post. G. A. R., has already
appointed a committee to make ar
rangement for the tho piopcr ob
servance of the day, and they need
the coroperation of nil who aro in 11113
way interested in commemorating
the valorous deeds of America's
patriot dead. For several years a
marked interest has been shown by
the general public of Honolulu in
the celebration of this day, and
those who have friends or relations
buried in our cemeteries, have taken
advantage of the ceremonies inau
gurated by the Grand Army of the
Republic, to decorate the graves of
their loved ono.
Tho annual observance of decora
tion day should not be allowed to
fall into disuse, nor will it be, so
long as a member of the G. A. It.
is living, who is able to make the
journey to the last resting place of
his comrades in arms. But it is
only .1 question of a few years when
the last ono will have answered the
call of the Supreme Commander,
and then, the honor and pleasure of
decorating their graves will fall to
the lot of those who honor the deeds
of valorous men.
So while wo may let us set the ex
ample for coming generations to fol
low, in commemorating the noble
sacrifices made by America's pat
riots at a time when their country
sorely needed their services.
G. A. It.
Y. M. C. A. Gospel Pratso Service
at G:",!0 i. jr. Come and bring a friend.
Kawaiahao Ciiukch. Rev. II. II.
P.ukcr, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. m. Preaching at 11 a. it.
KAU-MAKAl'ILI Ciiukch. Rev. J.
Waininau. pntor. Sunday school at
9 a.m. Pleaching at 10-OU A. m. and
7 ::S0 l'. M.
Qul-kx Emma Ham.. Gospel and
ong service for llawaiians who speak
English at at:i i M. Good singliig.
bhorl talks. Everybody welcome.
Japanese Seuvice : Gopel and
Song Services at 11 a.m.; Bible Class
7 :30 r. m., in the Japanese Y. M. C. A.
Room, Queen Emma Hall, corner of
Berctanla and Nuuanu streets.
Ckxtiial Union Ciiukch. Rev. E.
G. Beekwith, 1). 1)., pastor, Sunday
school and Bible class at 11:15 A. M.
Seivices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 r. si.
Chinese Ciiukch. Fort street, near
corner Kcrctanln. Mr. Kong Slml Ka
evangelist. Chinese Sunday pcliool,
OiHOa.m. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 l'. M. Pleaching 11
A. m. and 7:30 i. m. Bible class in
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, i:30 i m.
Roman Catholic Cathedkal.
0 and 7 A. si., low mass; 10 a. si., hlgb
nines, with sermon cither in Hawaiian,
Poittiguesu or Englhh. alternating ac
cording to the three pi incipal different
nationalities of the church; 2 v. M.. ro
sary and catechism; 4 :30 i 31., instruc
tion and benediction ol the Blessed
St. Andkew's Cathedkal. The
services at St. Andiew's Cathedral to
moi row will 1)d: Holy Communion,
0:30 a. m. Matins with -ei-liiou
at 9:30. Hawaiian evensong at
3:30i', m. Evensong with sermon at 0
r. m. Seats aro uunppiopriatcd.
Second Congregation. Itcv. Geo.
Wallace, pastor. Morning prayer,
with sermon at 11:1" A. si evening
prayer with sermon at 7:',10 r. si.
Sunday school meets at 10 a. u. Seats
free at all services.
Two girls sat in a car a few even
ings ago. "Wo won't have to ride
in these kind of cars any more,
after a while,', Baid one; "We're
going to have electric-cars hero."
"Is that so?" queried the other.
"How do they go, by steam or by
smoke V "I don't know, but I
think they go by smoke." Buffalo
Stranger (to Washington hotel
clerk) Will you direct me to the
bar-room? Clerk Yes, sir; follow
the procession. Epoch.
Beware of Ike Parlor Match
Carelessness with parlor matches
causes many fires and more divorces.
The bearded woman who recently
died in a Chicago dime-museum left
u wife and seven childreu.
Russians soldiers get 1 cents a
day. They como so cheap that tho
Czar docs not hesitate at a war that
will kill them off.
A child in a Cass-avcnuo car sat
nml stared at tlio feet of a man on
the opposite side so long, that ho
finally leaned forward and inquired :
'Do yoir want to trade feet, sissy?'
'Do you take mo for an elophant?'
sho queried in return.
MISS. P. TIIIELE,
On Beretnnla street nonr Plikoi.
(Formerly JlcOuiro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, uud
Music Lessons given.
A tafu conveyance will call for nml re
turn childreu living at a dletniico.
72 JlulunlTok'phonuNo, 501. 3m
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MEETING of the stocUholdiH of
the lliitml Tulcnhone Cotmmnv
will bo hebl nt the Compmy's buildin"
on WKDNESDAY, April 2Mb. nt2 p.m.
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A Small Invoice of
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Lease iHJ yctirs to run. Buildings may
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rpiIREE COTTAGES in
93 tf at the Fish Market.
COTTAGES TO LET.
HP WO COTTAGES fully
X appointed, beautifully
located, within 5 miuutcii'
wnlk of the Post Olllcc. An opportu.
nlty tcldom offered to bccuro a comfort,
able homo within easy reach of the
business part' of the oltj For parti,
ciilnrs inquire nt
001 tf GULICK'S AGENCY.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
TKTWEKN Plikoi and Keo.
iiumoku htrciU, lot urns
through lo JCiimu street, 100
fort frontage. Goo 1 pasturage Cottage
contains 5 rooms, cartinco house and
btnblcs for a or 4 hor03. Heat $20 por
montu. Apply to
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14 tf i!tf Merchant itrcut.
The Wulkiki residence of Mr. Pail U
lTntui.lilim cltMMipr! nl. Kimlnluni Park
between Ibc residences nf Unn. W. O.
Irwin, anil Mr. Prank lJiuwn, U olVcrcil
for rent, lease, or wile. Por terms apply
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An Elegant Line of New Dress Goods at 25 cents per yard,
Ladies will bo pleased to select fioni our Stock tho following Goodo
which will be tmld at tlio
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Great Nineltii't in
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SSatine Dioendcs, Eiiibroidod Swi, Fancy Giulianis, Linen Lawns, Etc.
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Gicat attension w called to mir Stock of EMMtOIDEHIES
Oriental Laces, Torcim Laces a! Sjaaisli Laces,
Which we lcceivcd direct fmni Mvit.oilaiul and wo aro ollering all Embroi
deries and Luces at Lowir 1'iices than can be bought elsewhere.
Children's Dresses & Children's Lace Gaps
In all the Latest Stvlcs. 100 HOY'S SAILOK SUITS at 2J0,
worth $ 1.00. BOY'S KNEE PANTS UNION TWEED at 75
cents per pair. An Elegant Lino of
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Received illicit from the East a Large Assortment of
Gcntf'. LnilieH", Iiwws' and OliilUr-on'H .Slioes,
Which will bo Mild at the Lowest Prices.
All kinds of Brackets, at
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A. large assortment of Bird Cages, at
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Crockery, Glassware and Jelly Glasses, at
G-. WEST & CO.'S.
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Allotypes and 2sTew Chromos, at
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Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and Frames, at
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Purses, Ladies' Bags, Dressing Cases, Albums and
Scrap Books, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Bedroom Furniture, Book Cases, Desks, Meat Safes and
Chairs, at .
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Baby Carriages, Doll Carriages, Boy's Carts and Small
Wheel Barrows, fit
. WEST & CO.'S.
Combs, Brushes, Fans and Dolls, tit , '
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Aecordeons, Drums, Fluteu
Violins, Banjos, &c, &c, at
a. WEST& CO.'S.
Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Zither and Piano Strings, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Picture Frames, Cornices and Matlrasses made to order, at
G. "WEST & CO.'S.
Pianos and all kinds of Musical Instrument Tuned and
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Canary Birds, warranted Singers, at
WEST & GO.'S,
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Dtipeo Hams & Uacon, Kits Salmon Hollies, Kits Maejccrel, Kegs
Beef, Kegs Pork, Smoked Halibut, Kxtra Select Oysters, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauco, lJoston Brown Bread, Tnblo Fruits, Genncn,
IIuckiiiH !fc Franco American I-'eed Co.'h AH.sort'd KoupH,
Bulges Food, Imperial Gnutum, Boiled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafers, Oaten Wafers, Snow FJako & Cream
Crackers, Ginger Wafers, Cliocolatu Wafers, I'rotzcls, Prunes,
Dates, Nuts, Apples, French Peas, Pop Corn, Garden SeeiU,
Wheat, Flour, Butter, Honey, Plum Fuddiug, etc., etc., etc.
And a General Assor't of Staple & Faucy Groceries, at Prices to Salt the Times.
JCtS- Lcavo your orders, or ring up 119, ia
tie Latest Mis
& 65 Fort street,
Opposite Irwin & Co.
05 Fort Street,
& Fancy Ooous
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