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Pledged to neither Sett nor Party,
But established foi he benefit of all.
FRIDAY, JAh. 25, 1889.
DODGING AND LAME REASONING.
Tho "Advertiser" virtually "owns
up" in the Klein mutter, but
still dodges the Knknnko question,
in doing which it presents a remark
able example of "lame logic." Here
it is: "The .amount of saving is not
material to the settlement of the
'old score.' If it was only fifty
cents, it disposes thoroughly of the
Bulletin's theory that the Govern
ment estimates wcro away below the
price at which the work could be
The amount of saing in "ma
terial In tin- settlement of the old
score." If it is only fifty cents, it
docs not "dispose thoroughly of the
Bulletin's theory that the Govern
ment estimated were away below the
price nl which the work could be
done." Just exaetlv the contrary.
If flfty cents only were saved, that
would bu a complete indication of
the Bullliin's "theory." There
was a wide difference between the
Government estimate and the lowest
tender, and the saving of only filly
cents by the rejection of the tender
would mean an actual cot above
the estimate equal to the difference
between the estimate and tho lender,
less fifty cents. The proposition is
an axiom which would puzzle old
Euclid to make plainer. The "Ad
vertiser's" reasoning is "away be
low" pur. ll education in the line
of logic has evidently been sadly
That is a very courageous
challenge, "to get all the facts and
figures in the case and publish
them." We shall he most happy to
do so if permitted. It ib true that
the "Advertiser" is not "paid to do
reporting and news collecting foi the
Bullltin." Wc wouldn't do it 01
any account. But when the "Ad
veitiser," of its own accord, undei
takes to answer a plain question thai
appears in our columns, we expect
it to perform tiie task fahlyand
squarely, without attempting to fool
us with its tianspaient sophistry:
PEARL RIVER RAILWAY.
EniTon Bullltin: In reply to
questions by Subset ibeis for Bonds,
as to expense of travelling daily to
and from Ewa, 1 beg to say, all pur
chasers of lots fioni the company,
will be able to make special rates,
which will be found satisfactory.
Many persons weie very sine the
'trams' could never pay at such low
fates. I think they will lie to be
suipriaed again at the low latcs it
will be possible to carry propU on
the steam road, and still make it
pay well. We all live to learn.
B. F. DlLM.NGIIAM.
ATTENTION, ROAD SUPERVISOR
Editor Bulletin: I would like
to call the attention of the Road
Supervisor, through your columns,
to the dangerous condition of the
two smaller biidges that cross Jiukl
street, one of them directly at the
gate of the Minister of the Inte
rior's residence. Both ends of these
bridges have rotted and fallen away,
leaving pawning chasms overgrown
with vegetation, out of which it is
almost impossible to keep in case of
two vehicles passing each other at
that point. This condition of these
bridges has existed for several
months and it is about timo that
something was done.
Should the Road Supervisor think
it worth while, to expend a little of
his time, for the benclit of Judd
street, while up there, he might turn
his horses head down the upper end
of Liliha street aud sec the shame
ful condition into which that street
has fallen. It is positively danger
ous to pass over it either on foot or
otherwise. "We havo $8,000
to build a boulevard mound Punch
bowl, but apparently not a cent to
repair what ought to be and could
easily bo mado tho finest road in the
Kingdom. Judd Stkket.
II. B. M. S. CONQUEST.
II. B. M. S. Conquest, Captain
Chas. L. Oxley, arrived in poit tins
morning, 81) days from Callau, via
the Maiquesas Islands, and anchor
ed in tho naval row. The Conquest
left here in Decembor 28, 1887, and
since then has visited Acapulco, San
Jose, Guatemala, Panama, Coquim
bo, Juan Fernandez Island and
other places. .She left Callao Dec
cumber 10, 1888, and arrived at
Marquesas Ismnd, January Dili,
sailing the next day for Honolulu.
Was off Kttilua, Hawaii, yesterday
morning. Thero has been only one
change in her ofllcers, Lieut. II.
Neville succeeding Lieut. John Mar
tin. The Conquest will remain hero
until the arrival of the Australia
with tho mail and then bail for
WAIALUA SHOOTING CASE.
Mil. JUSTICE HirKF.TlTON- onANTS MO
TION FOU A NEW TKIAL
When the Supreme Court opened
this morning Ills Honor Justice
Hickcrton said although he hud had
a great deal to do the previous day
nnd did not leae the .Court until
one o'clock this morning, Mill he had
been nblc to look up the aiithoiities
and arrive at a conclusion. He had
passed on nil the pounds of the mo
tion with the exception of the mis
conduct of the jury. All the affi
davits had been Died. Upon ex
amination of the authorities thoy
seemed to be all on one side, and
they were very numerous. When a
Jury had beforehand prejudged a
case, autl then given false answers,
which were unknown to the parties
at the trial, a new trial should be
granted. That position is given by
numerous authorities. In tho case
of Studley vs. Hall 9 Shipley page
201 it says, "Tho juror testifies that
he has no recollection of having ex
pressed such opinion." When a
juror says he has no recollection,
that docs not contradict the ullhla
vlt. The denial is not positive, it is
simply on iccollcction. It does not
contiadict the affidavits of Vivas
and Cluney. His Honor then quot
ed fioni the case of the King vs.
John Clements, motion for a new
tiial heard befoie the late Justice
Austin in 188!), aud which His
Honor said bears closely on this
case. It says, "No juror should sit
in any case, especially in a criminal
case, in which he has the slightest
ill-will towards any party, and the
existence of such ill-will is principal
caiibe of challenge. Upon the whole
case I am strongly of opinion that
the defendant did not have an im
partial jury aud that injustice has
probably been done him and I
therefore order a new trial."
His Honor said there was unlimit
ed authority supporting this posi
tion. Another authority quoted was
Haync on "New trial and appeal."
In chapter V. page MO, it saj's,
"and it seems tint it is not neces
sary to the operation of the rule that
the juror should have been wilfully
false in his statement. Thus where
a juror on his examination stated
that he had not formed or expressed
an opinion concerning the case, and
'flt-r verdict it was ascertained that
p tvious to the trial he had express
man opinion unfavorable, to the"
prisoner, the veidict was bet aside,
the Com t saying: "Tho expression
may have escaped the juior's mind;
it is not necessary to impute inoial
turpitude to him. but he was legally
disqualified; the appellant had the
high and sacred constitutional piivi
lege of being tiied by men who had
never at any time prejudged his
ease." Moat of the cases in which
the rule lias been laid down are
cases where the disqualification of
the juror was by reason of some ex
pression of opinion concerning the
wise, or by reason of some feeling of
hostility to the losing party. But.
tlie reason of tlic uilc extends to all
cases where the juror states on his
examination that he has some quali
ficatiou which it turns out lie has
not. In California the rule was ap
plied in the ease of People vs.
Pluinnier. In that case it was shown
that two of the jurors who had an
swered satisfactory and been ac
cepted, had previously expiesscd
opinions adverse to the prisoner.
One of them staled that "the people
ought to take Plunimcr out of the
jail and hang him," and on other
occasions expressed a belief that he
was guilty of murder, the Supreme
Court directed a new trial."
His Honor concluded as follows:
The whole matter must be regret
ted. When two gentlemen on the
jury panel should so far forget
themselves on a case that was almost
certain to come before them, it does
not seem like the conduct of reason
able and sensible men. It docs seem
strange that although it was only
two weeks ago that the conversation
on the Bulletin article took place,
they are unable to say yes or no to
the aflldavits ol Vivas and Cluney,
hut meiely say "we don't recollect."
There is nothing left for the Court
hut to grant the motion for a new
Following are the affidavits filed
on tho case:
I, J. R. Robertson, of Honolulu,
Oaliu, Hawaiian Islands, make oath
and say :
I am defendant in the above cause.
At thu tiial thereof, on January
18th instant, I was asked by my at
torneys if I had any objection to
any of tlie jury panel, and replied
that I knew nothing against any of
them, and left the matter eutiiely in
.aid attorneys' hands.
Tho opinions and sentiments of all
tlie jurymen were entirely unknown
to me piovious to the trial and I had
no reason to suspect that they, or
any of them, were hostile to me, or
had ever expre&hed any opinion
against me regarding the matter then
on trial ; aud I had no information
nor any means of obtaining informa
ation as to such facts previous to the
trial of the cause, or at any other
time, except as herein below stated.
On tho evening of Satiuday Janu
aiy HUh, Volney V. Ashfoid, one of
my attorneys in tho cause, camo to
me and said he had just received in
formation of tho misconduct of two
of tho jurymen ; that ho had not yet
had opportunity to investigate it
fully, but would tell me particulars
On the forenoon of Sunday Jan.
20th eald V, V. Ashford again came
to sec mo, and Mated that Black nnd
Burgett w ho had sat as jurymen in
tho cause had been heard to use
very violent and abusive language)
against ine only a few days ago, and
that ho had full statements from
parties who had heard them. 1 was
very much surprised at this inform
ation. I had known Black as a
speaking acquaintance, merely, but
had never passed much conversation
with him, or had any difference
whatever with him ; while Burgett
was an entire stranger to me. I
know if no possible reason why
said Black nnd Burgett or either of
them should entertain toward me
any feeling of hostility or ill-will.
(Signed) J. R. Robkutson.
Sworn to before me this 2-ltli day
of January, 1889.
Clerk Supreme Court.
AFFIDAVIT OF VOLNEY V. ASIIFOKU.
I, Volney V. Astiford, of Hono
lulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, at
torney nt law, being duly sworn,
make oath and say :
That I was at the time of the trial
of (lie abovo cause and now am one
of the nllorncsy of the defendant.
That 1 was ignorant, at the date
of said trial, and therefore, except
as herein below specified, of any
then existing or previously existing
feeling of hostility on the part of
any of tho jurymen sitting at said
trial toward the defendant, and had
never heard nct suspected, except
also as hcreinhelow specified, of any
acts, words or expressions of the
taid jurymen, or any of them, indi
cating such hostile feeling; or any
prejudgment of the case against de
fendant by the said jurymen, or any
That the first intimation I had of
the existence of any such hostile
feeling or the expression of such
hostile sentiments, or tlie prejudg
ment of defendant's case by any of
the said jurymen, was under the
Having leturned to my office after
4 o'clock p. m. on Saturday, Janu
ary 19th, from the Supreme Court
(where I had been professionally
engaged all day) I was waited on
about o o'clock p. in. by John M.
Vivas, tlie Portuguese Interpreter
to the Supreme Court, who said he
called in regard to .1. II. Black and
I. A. Buigett sitting upon the jury
in above cause. I answered said
Vivas that, as l:n .i-. I knew, those
twojuiois were iw prejudiced, and
that they had so -worn on their voir
litre. Said Viva-, teplicd that he
had only a lew days ago heard them
both express the most unfriendly
feeling and bitter sentiments toward
defendant; and that he was sur
prised on calling in at the Court
House, during the progiess of the
tiial on January 18th, to see said
Black and Hurgett sitting upon tlie
jury. 1 asked him why he didn't
then notify me; and lie replied that
he was in doubt as to his duty in
tlie matter being an officer of the
Com t. He furtherslated that in
thinking the matter over during the
night of January 18th he had con
cluded to acquaint me with the
facts, and that he had called at my
office several times during that day
(Satmduy 19th) but found me ab
sent. Saiil Vivas then told me the cir
cumstances set forth in the affidavit
now on file herein.
I then tried to find J. C. Cluny
but did not until the morning of
Sunday, January 20lh, when he in
convocation with me corroborated
said Vivas statement in eveiy par
ticular. I then drew up a(Hdavitsfor said.
Vivas and said Cluny, which they
respectively signed and swore to on
Monday morning January 21st, and
the same are now on file herein.
As soon as I had heard the above
statement from said Vivas, and
after trying and failing to find said
Cluny, as aforesaid, 1 went to de
fendant and told him I had inform
ation in regard to tlie misconduct of
certain of the jurymen. Defendant
appealed very much surprised, say
ing most of them were strangers to
him, and that he could think of no
cause which would make any of
them hostile to him, I told him no
more than this, at this time, as I
hail not fully investigated tlie mat
ter ; but the next morning (Sunday
January 20lli) immediately after in
troducing said Cluny as above stat
ed, I went to defendant and laid the
information fully hefoiu him: and
subsequently the same day, to Mr.
Neumann, of counsel for defence,
to whom I also gave a fulljBtutonient
of what I had' learned. Cm the
morning ot Monday, Junuaiy 21st,
I related the said information to
Mr. Wilder, also of counsel for de
fendant. Messrs. Neumann and
Wilder as well as defendant ex
pressed great surprise at tlie inform
ation ; and it was decided by and
between all of the attorneys for the
defendant to take such action in the
premises as the facts warranted.
These proceedings have been
laken at the earliest practicable
date after tho discovery of tlie in
formation received as above.
(Signed) Volnky V. Asiifoiid.
Sworn to before me this 23d day
of January, 1889.
J. 11. Reis't,
Deputy Cleik Supremo Court.
AFFIDAVIT OF FAtlL NEUMANN.
I, Paul Neumann, of Honolulu,
Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, being duly
sworn, makes oath and say;
That I was and am ono of tho
attorneys for tho defendant in tho
above entitled cause.
Th,at 1 examined I. A. Burgett,
and J. II. BlucL. after their havint?'
been duly sworn on their voir dtra
as Jurors in above cause, at .tho
That 6aid Burgett and Brack both
thero and then swore thai they res
pectively had not formed and had
never expressed an opinion in tho
matter of said defendant's guilt or
innocence auel that they respectively
had not mid never had any feeling
against said defendant which would
interfere with their rendering a true
and just verdict in the cause ac
cording to tho evidence adduced
That on tho morning of January
10th I was waited on by Volney V.
Ashford also one of the attorney's
for the defendant, who told me he
had iufoimatlon to the effect that
there had been misconduct on the
party of the jury, and then men
tioned the matters referred to in the
affidavits of J. C. Cluny and J. M.
Vivas filed herewith.
That previous to hearing the
above report I was ignorant of any
such act or expression on the pait
of said Black and Burgett, or either
of them, or of any other act or ex
pression or opinion of theirs which
would unfit them or cither of them
for service on tho said jury, and
that there were no means open to
deponent of obtaining knowledge of
such acts, expressions or feelings of
said Black aud Burgett, or cither of
them, previous to tlie time and cir
cumstances of the said discovery as
(Signed) Paul Neumann.
Sworn to before me this 23d day
of January 1889.
J. II. Reist,
Deputy Cleik Supreme Court.
AFFIDAVIT OF 0AHDNEU K. WILDEIt.
I, Gaidner K. Wilder, of Hono
lulu, Attorney at Law, make oath
and say as follows:
That I was and am one of the at
torney s for the defendant in the
That the first intimation I had of
the misconduct of any of the jury
men silting in above cause was on
Monday the 21st day of January,
when V. V. Ashford informed me as
to what J. C. Cluny and J. M. Vivas
had told him, as related in affidavits
of said Cluny and Vivas filed here
with. That I had no suspicion of Hit, ex
istence of such circumstances as are
related in said affidavits, relative to
the misconduct of Black and Bur
gett, who sat on the jury in said
cause, until receiving tlie said in
formation ; and further, I had no
reason to believe that any such cir
cumstances, acts or expressions (as
related in said affidavits) existed or
had been done or made a use of by
said Black and Buigett, or either of
them ; and that I had no means of
knowing or discovering the same.
(Signed) G. K. Wildeu.
Sworn to before me this 23rd ilay
of January, 1889.
J. II. Reist,
Deputy Clerk Supreme Court.
AFFIDAVIT OF J. M. VIVAS.
I, John M. Vivas, of Honolulu,
having been duly sworn, do solemn
ly depose and say : That about ten
days or two. weeks ago (I fix the
date from the fact that it was shortly
after tho publication of tlie
article in the Bulletin in re
gard to the Robertson and Haysel
den cases), I was in Phillips' milk
shake premises on Queen street in
Honolulu. Four of us weie then
sitting together at a table in the
back room, viz: I. A. Burgett, J.
II. Black, Captain Cluui-y and my
self. The conversation turned on
the Bulletin article referred to, aud
Burgett remarked, " Robertson
ought to be in prison for what he haa
done, instead of running at large."
Black remarked in icply, "Yes, and
he would be on the reef now if lie
was not the Attorney-General's
Cluney said, "That's convicting a
man before trying him ; you should
wait and hear both sides of tlie
story." Then one of the others
(I'm not sure whether it was Black
or Burgett), said "that there was
no doubt about his guilt," and that
"his place was on the reef," and
other things to tlie same effect.
Black also repeated words to the
effect that the only thing, that kept
him(Robertson) out of jail, was the
improper influence used by reason of
his relationship to the Attorney
General. Cluney denied that assertion of
Black'B, and there was considerable
talk between both parties; both
Black and Burgett exhibiting a bit
terly hostile feeling towards Robert
son. I said but little beyond this,
viz: "That I didn't believe political
influence had anything to do with it,"
for I was interpreter to tiie Supremo
Court. I did not want to oxj rss a
positive opinion. At that time I did
not know that either Black or Bur
gett was on the jury panel.
1 was present in Court at Robeit
son's trial, January 18, but not un
til after the tiial commenced, and
was surprised to see Black and Bur
gett sitting on the jury. The first
oppoi Utility I had thereafter, which
was Saturday, January 19, I called
on V. V. A3hford, one of Robert
son's attorneys, and asked him how
it 'was that thoso two men sat
on the case? Ho replied that they
wero' examined on their voir dire,
and "sworo themselves in," and
that ho know no reason why they
should not sit. I then told him what
I have Just above stated.
(Signed) J. M. Vivas.
Subscribed and sworn to before
the Ibis 21st day of January, 1888.
Clerk Supremo Court.
AFFIDAVIT OF J. O. OLUNET.
I, J..C. Clunoy of Honolulu, hav
ing been duly sworn, depose and ooy
as follows .
That on or about January 7th
instant, 1 was present at Phillip's
"milkshake" on Queen street, Ho
nolulu. I. A. Burgett, J. II. Black
and John M. Vivas, were sitting at
the same table with myself, when
some one of the four commenced
talking about the Robertson shoot
ing Incident and the article in the
Bulletin of January 5th, headed
"Why So?" (which was supposed
to relate to the said case, and the
Hayselden conspiracy . case) and a
copy of which Is attached, marked
That during tho conversation both
said Black and said Burgett made
remarks against said Robertson to
the effect that he was guilty of the
charge and deserved to be "on the
iccf," and that the only thing that
had prevented it was his relationship
to tlie Attorney-General. Burgett
distinctly said that said Robertson
"ought to be in prison instead of
going at large." 1 said to them
they should not judge the man till
they hoard both sides of the story.
Black said "llieie was no doubt of
his guilt,"' and much more to tho
The conversation was chietly be
twecnBIaek, Burgett and myself ; Vi
vas, however,said thafpolitical influ
ence had nothing to do with tho
matter." This was said in reply to
the assertions of both Black and
Burgett to the effect that Robertson
would then be "on the leef," in
stead of at liberty, but for his rela
tionship to the Altorney-Genernl.
(Signed) J. C. Cluney.
bwom to before me this 21st day
of January, 1889.
Clerk Supreme Court.
Affiidavits were also signed by J.
H. Black aud I. A. Burgett the two
jurois, stating in elfcct that they
had no recollection of an- such con
versation having taken place, as
stated in tlie aflldavits of J. M.
Vivas and J. II. Cluney.
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lirfij 4 eii'R old, cuuh
No. 0. Tro'ling Race to Road Oirt. 1
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paicd to tako
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
lrlntluic Done tor Amateurs,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed,
Entrance on Fort Htreet. -a
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
OPENING OF THE
King Street Line
For nny Distance.
Tho Cars will commence tunning on tho
following t-chcdule lime,
On Tuesday, Jan. 1st
Leave Rifle Range. Letvo Chinese Intnl.
!.f0 . m. C.30a. m.
..30 " 7.00 "c
7.00 " 7.30
7.U0 " 8.00
S.IO " 8.C0 "
8.81) " y.oo
ti.OO ' 9 30 "
0.10 " 10.00 '
10.10 " 10.30 "
10.30 " It. 00 "
11.30 ' 12.00 m.
J 1.00 M. 12.8U l M.
l-.'.30l'. M. 1.00 v"
1".(0 " 1.30 '"
l.:0 " a.OO
y.fo " uoo "
3.30 " 4.00 '
I .'Ml " 4 30 "
4.:0 ' 5.05 "
5.05 ' 5 35 '"
5.35 " 0.05 "
C.05 ' 0 85 "
.0.3"i ' . 7 0S "
7 05 " 735
7.35 " fr.03 "
8 05 " 8.S5 "
N.S5 " 0.05 "
0.05 " 0.35 "
0.35 ' 10.00 "
The 7.0'i r. m. from the Rifle Rango
will lcnocomei of Ceritinia and Pu
iwlio i ftreit-i in 7.00 r. it.
EXTRA CARS will inn on SATURDAY
FltOM Hikmj Kanok 11.00 a. m., 2.00
l'. Ji. and 3.00 r. u.
FllOM Cuinebk Tiikathe 11.30 A. M.,
2.30 p. m. and 3.30 r. u.
To insure punctuality, it is requested
that pastengers will, aa far r e pottMblo,
join nnd leave the cars at the corners of
They tire alh respectfully cautioned
ugaim-i attempting to enter or alight
from the cars whilst in motion.
ALL persons having claims or bills
against Mr. E. B. Thomas, are
lequcsted to picsent the same to Mr. D.
Dayton at his odloc, 73 King street, over
Quong Sam Kee's stoie. All persons
owing him any inonev me renueatcd tn
the same at Mr. Dayton's ofllce.
The Best Company
Life Insurance Co.,
OIT JVEAV YORK.
Richard A. HcCurdy, President.
Tho Largest Company in the World
The Oldest Company in the U. 8.
It Gives the Most Liberal Policies
Pays tho Larqest Dividends.
Claims paid to policy holders in the
Hawaiian Inlands, during the
past ten 3 earn,
Over x B 1 0'O.OOO OO.
SQr For rates, apply to
8. I. XtOHE,
General Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian