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HONOLULU, II. I., THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 181)2.
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THE DAM BULLETIN
PltlNTHD AND rUIU.lSHI't)
K.Xrr.PT SUNDAY 1IY T1IK
Dally Bulletin Publishing Co., L'd.,
AT THIS OFFICE,
Merchant St., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
SUBSCRIPTION Six Ijoi.laiw a Yicak.
Delivered in Honolulu at Fifty Cunts a
Month, In advance.
Tho "WEEKLY BULLETIN is issucil
every Tuesday, at FouitI)oMns a Yf.au
to Domestic, nnil Five DTim.aiw to Foreign
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
Done in Superior Style.
.Address letters for tlio paper "Editor
Uui.Lr.TiN," and business letters " Manager
Bulletin Publishing Company." Using a
personal address may cause delay in atten
tion. Both Telephones '23).
DANIEL LOGAN, - Editor and Managor.
J. ALFRED MAQOON,
Attoknby-at-Laav and Notaiiy Puni.te.
12 Merciiant Street, Honolulu.
IiEWERS & COOKE,
IlllPOnTKIW AND DlCAI.F.RS IN I.tlMIIKR AMI
ALI, KINUS OF BUII.DIKU "MATKMAt.8.
Port Street, Honolulu.
WILDER & CO.,
Dkai.kiis in Lumukk, Paints, Oils, Nails,
Salt, and Builmkh Maii-iuai.s
of evkiiy kind.
Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Arc Receiving Now Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVERY STEAMER
Wilder's Steamship Co.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
.IMPOiVTKRS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
For Street, Honolulu.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Will lcavo Honolulu at 2 p. m., touching at
Lahatna, Maalaea Bay, and Makena
the same day;
Maliukona, Kawalhae, and Laupahoelioe
the following day, arriving at
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Australian Mail Service.
FRIDAY August 1!)
Returning leaves Hilo, touching at Lau
pahoelioe same day; Kawaihao a. m.; Mu
luikona 10 a.m.; Mnkona 1p.m.; Maalaea
Day Op. m.; Lahuina 8 p. m. the following
day ; arriving at Honolulu (! a. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU:
"- Xo Freight will be received after
la noon on day of sailing.
For San Francisco :
The now and lino Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sjdnoy and Auck
land on oi about
And will leave for tho abovo port with
Malls and Passengers on or about that ilatc.
WM. G. IRWIN Sl CO.
01TKR FOR KALE
Lime : and : Cement,
PARAl'FlNi: PAINT CO.'S
Compounds and Roofing,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering,
Qenkkai. Commission Aoents.
Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
a. W. MAOFAHLANE & CO.
Importers and Commission Merchants.
ICaahuiuanu Street, Honolulu.
JOHN T. WATERHOTJSE,
Importer and Dealer in Ueneru. Mer
chandise. Queen Street, Honolulu.
GONSALVES & CO., '
"Wholesale Grocers and Wine Merchants
Beaver Block, Honolulu.
Where they ape fully prepared to do nil
kinds of work in tho latest stylos, at
the shortest notice anil at tho
most Reasonable Rates.
Fine Job Work In Colors' Specialty !
Executed in the Most Attiactive
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at
5 p. M., touching at
Kahului, Huelo, Hana, Hamoa, and Kipabulu,
And Paauhau, Hawaii.
Returning will arrive nt Honolulu every
CtF No Freight will he received after
4 p. m. on any of sailing.
Consignees must be nt the landings to
.receive their Freight, as we will not hold
ourselves responsible after such Freight
has been landed.
While tho Company will use duo dili
gence in handling Live Stock, we decline
to assume any responsibility in caso of tho
loss of same.
The Company will not be responsible for
Money or Jewelry unless placed in the care
W. 0. WILDER, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
OAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt.
For Sydney and Auckland :
The new and fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco,
on or about
And will have prompt icspatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above ports.
The undersigned are nowpieparcd to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
Wool Dnst, Bone Moal, Fish Guano.
ALSO BUCK. OIILANDT'S
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure
C3-ra.ss Seeds :
Cocksfoot, Rye Grass, and Clovers.
Views of His Honor Associate
Shrill tho Courts bo Roorfjanizod P
TO THOSE WHO YALUE THEIR SIGHT.
JNO. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer and Uenervl Business Aoent.
Muhukona, Kohala, Hawaii,
WENNER & CO.,
Manufacturing and Importinu Jewelers.
92 Fort Streot, Honolulu.
Manufacturing Jeweler and Watch
maker. Kukul Jewelry a specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
King Street, Honolulu.
ATLAS ASSURANCE CO.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons,
Aoents for the Hawaiian Islands.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Enoines, Buoau Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass, and Lead
Machinery of Every Description Made to
Order, Particular attention paid to Ships1
Blacksmithing. Job Work executed at
Excellent Accommodation for Patients.
King Street, Honolulu.
Dr. A. R. Rowat, V. S.
7:.T0 to 10a.m.; li'JOtoi p. m.j 4:iWto() p.m.
Hell (Jd. TELEPHONES Mutual 183.
11)2 tf 1. 0, Box 320.
O. B. RIPLEY,
Complete plans and specifications fur
ovury description of building. Contracts
drawn and careful superintendence of con
struction given when required. Call and
examine plans. Now designs. Modern
buildings, Ollico, Roomfi.Bprcckols' Block.
Mutual Tul, '208.
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER AND BDILDER.
Read the following partial list of spec
ialties and get the Bulletin's prices be
fore placing your orders. By so doing
you will save both time and money.
Bills of Lading,
Shipping Oon tracts,
Receipts of all kinds,
Labels of nvory variety,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes & Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores &. Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
General Hook Work,
El.. Etc., Etc., Etc,
MR. A. DANCE,
By Appointment, to H. E. the Marquis of
Dullerin, ex-Viceroy of India, Etc.,
IS NOW HERE, AND PREVIOUS TO
ESTABLISHING A LOCAL AGENCY
MAY BE CONSULTED FOR
At the Eagle House
IPor a. Few Days Only 1
Tho systom of Sight Testing invented by
him (Patent I3fl), is now being universally
adopted. Mr. Dance specially invites the
Medical Profession and all interested 111
Optical Science to see this beautiful Test,
LATEST IMPROVEMENTS IN
Lenses and Frames
AS PRESCRIIIED 11V
C& For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
t-!H General Agents.
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental S.S. Co,
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of tho aboo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the above
ports on or about the following dates:
FAIRBANK CANNING CO.'S
In 1 and U 11. Tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS,
Stmr. "China" .
Stmr. "China". .
Stmr. "Gaelic" .
Aug. 23, 1S1I2
.Oct. .'(, 181)2
. Nov. l,lb!)2
.Dec. 1'2, lb92
Jan. 11, l.VM
Feb. '20, lb'M
April 11, W)A
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the above port on
or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China" .. Sept. !, 1M2
Stmr. "Gaelic" Oct. 31, 18')2.
Stmr: "City of Rio do Janeiro" . . .
Dec. 30, 1N)2
Stmr. "Belgio" Feb. H, lb!).t
Stmr. "City of Peking". .March 31. lh'.ll
Stmr. "Oceanic" May 7, 18!)!
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marino Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER
Round Trip Tickets
TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $350.
Steam Candy Factory
li intcd, and Blocked when desired.
Ctif" No Job is allowed to leave tho of
lieu until It gives satisfaction.
Hotel WSSW Pbone
Practical Confectioner, Pat-try Cook
For Freight and Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
mi tf Agents.
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire and Marine
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
Aug. 10 Aug. 17
Supt. 7 Sept. 11
Oct.fi Oct. 12
Nov. 2 Nov.'.)
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
Etna Fire Insurance Co.,
Uulon Insuranco Co.,
SAN KRANCISCO, OAL.
O. L. BRITO,
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
84 Borotaula St.
Bell Tele. 280
BUUKTIN PUBLISHING CO.,
Honolulu. II, l.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THK ANNUAL MLLTlNfl OK
iV the Stockholders of the IIANALLI
SUOAR M I LL COMPANY, held this day,
the following OMcerswcio elected for the
President Chas. L. Carter. Ls..
Vice-President.. Hon. J. N. H. Williams
Secietary . J-(V u.r,,'r
Treasurer.. (iiu. II. Itnburtwin
Who aro aUo Directors of tho Company.
Secretary II. S. M. Co.
Honolulu, July 1H, lh!2. 171-m
Picture Ftuvm mude to order from
Latest Stylex of Mouldhnm, Jleuova
lion of Old 1'ielum njieriully at JCiny
Bros., Hotel street.
Kroiu San Kraucbco
MONO WAI, Sept. Xl
MARIPOSA, Nov. lh
From Sydney for
MARIPOSA, Oct. Li)
MONOWA1, Nov. 17
OHAS. T. G-ULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oahu.
Agent to take Acknowledgements to La
Agent to grant Mairiage Licences, Hono
Agent for tin! Hawaiian Islands of I'itt .t
Scott's Freight and Paicel Lxprtws.
Agent for the Burlington Route.
RI1AL KSTATi: BROKLR
ami (ULNLRAL AllKNT.
P.O. Box tlfi-
34 Merchant bt.
Honolulu, 11. 1,
Corner of Smith & King Streets, Honolulu,
KF.F.PS A COMPLLTi: LINK OF
New Consignments by Every Steamer.
Fresh Waialua and Eona Buttor
At 40 r.ta. a Pound.
Island Shells and Curios i
for Cash, at 101 Fort stiect, between
Hoods Store and Frank tlcrt's
ittllf T. TANS A 'IT.
The bent thiny to aeiid to your friends
ahroad In Kiny linn. "Illustrated Sou
veniraf Jfuuaii," whieh is ijotten up for
I he purpose, und is not an advertisement,
It is gonurnlly conceded that some
uhniigo in tlio status of tho Supremo
Court is desirable, Now that tho
number of tho judges is reduced to
three, the pie.ssuro of work is such
thai public iutoiests aro likely to bo
prejudiced both by delays and a
want, of exhaustive consideration of
legal questions in tho forum of final
Tho remedies proposed are an in
crease in tho number of the members
of this court, and a radical reorgani
zation of tho judicial system of tho
An increasing number of persons
favor, T bolioyo, tho latter plan.
The defects of our present system
aro important and perhaps 111.1113;
there aro two, however, which tend
so serioush to impair tho adminis
tration of tho work of tho courts,
that U103 should bo considered in
any discussion of proposed changes.
One of these is that feature which
allows tho judges of tho Supreme
Court to sit in banco on appeals
from their own decisions. All ap
peals from Iheho ollicors silting in
chambers and all exceptions to their
rulings while presiding at tonus of
court, come before them again in
banco. More than this, there is
nothing to prevent a judge sitting
in a chamber ease, in which there is
an appeal to a jurj, from presiding
at tho jur3--tri.1l of such appeal and
then fiunlPy sitting in banco on ex
ceptions from his own rulings at tho
jury trial. (Unauna v. Kaapokal.ini
It needs no argument to show
that a judge who lias once decided
a question of fact or a law point,
while not legal disqualified under
our present f3'stem from rohwing
such a question, is more or less men
tally disqualified. It is in aeeor-
dami'e with human nature that this
should bo so and it is guuurnlh re
cognized; tho juryman who has sat
on a case in which tho j 1 1 ry have
disagreed is not allowed to form a
part of tho jury who tr3 tho case
anew. The juror who confessos that
ho has formod opinions in regard to
tho issue of a ease about to bo tried
This feature of our present S3'.stem
undoubtedly places an appellant to
tho Supremo Court in banco at somu
disadvantage biwond the legitimate
disadvantage ho sutlers from having
to go into tho appellate trial bur
dened with an unfavorable decision.
This is I think gonorall3' recognized
13 tho JJar. It is the glor3' of modern
jurisprudence that all moil aro legal
ly entitled to a fair trial of questions
aireeting their personal and propert3
interests, when attacked; but if tho
precautions which have grown up to
ensure a fair trial boforo a Police
Justice or a jur3, aro relaxed when
questions of fact and law aro taken
to tho court of final adjudication,
does not this glory become some
Another conspicuous defect of tho
existing system, might bo termed its
want of system. The members of
tho Supreme bench have tho respon
sible work of investigating and de
ciding filially important questions
of law, which work requires exhaus
tive sttiih', and much deliberative
discussion, for all of which a great
deal of time is requisite. Tlito
ollicors have, however, also to pre
side at olovon jury terms during tho
3'oar, averaging, with tho time con
sumed in travelling, a good part of
a month for each term; they have to
sit in Chambers on appeals from all
tho Police and District Courts of
Oahu, and in Probate, Equity and
Admiralty eases; they have to issue
writs of Habeas Corpus, Mandamus,
Certiorari, Quo Warranto, Prohibi
tion, No Exeat Hegno, etc., and to
try the same if contented t hoy have
to hoar proceedings in bankruptcy,
proceedings in relation to the guard
ianship of minors, insane persons
anil spendthrifts, for nullifying the
marriage cnut -act and for decrees of
separation in marriage, to legalize
the adoption of children, to issue
warrants for tho apprehension of
uriminals chargeable with indictable
olfeiises, and to examine the same;
thoy have to try in vacation a num
ber of waived jury eases, and have
to be leady at all times to consider
matters of costs, bail, and other
questions incidental to the conduct
of tho various proceeding-) ju their
As a result of these multifarious
duties, ranging from Police Court
work, to eases of great importance
and dillieultj', and calling for their
occasional presence in all of tho Cir
cuits, it is not eas3 for tho Judges
of the Suptoino Court to find oppor
tunities, when all of them aro dis
engaged, for tho nooessao consulta
tions upon banco cases. So it hap
pens that thero is a good deal of
discussion over thoso cases 1)3 a part
only of the members of this Court.
Tin's, it will bo seen at a moment's
consideration, is far from satisfactory.
Litigants aro entitled, in their ap
peals to this Court, to tho fair con
sideration of their matters 1)3 tho
whole of tho Court, and this is not
likely to bo attained when a case is
This dilllculty would not only not
be remedied b3 a mere increase in
tho number of the judges of tho
Supremo Court, but it would not bo
in the least affected, for tho same
multifarous conglomeration of work
would still as incessantly as now
oectqjy one or more of tho force,
making it as difficult as it is now for
the whole bench to convene in de
It does not appear, therefore, how
an increase in the Supremo Court to
five judges is going to remove tho
main defects of our present S3stom.
The second plan referred to abovo,
for the remedy of tho present diffi
culties, is such a radical reorganiza
tion of our whole judicial 83'stem as
will introduce greater S3stem and a
classified division of work, the want
of which is now so much of an ob
stacle to tho administration of tho
courts. Tho proposed plan dostro3's
tho distinction between Police and
District courts, and places them all
in tho sanio class. It increases the
jurisdiction of Circuit judges, giving
them general authorit3 to presidoat
tho terms of their respective circuits
and about tho same jurisdiction in
Chambers as is now held ly judges
of tho Supreme Court. Two Circuit
judges are created for tho Island of
Oahu. The Supreme Court is placed
in its proper position as an appellate
court without original jurisdiction,
except in ca-jes arising under certain
writs, and tho goneral superintend
ence of all other courts which is ro
sonod to it. Appeals are so regu- ,
lated that no judge is called upon to
sit on appeals from himself.
This now S3stem 111.13 have its de
fects it can hardly bo expected
that so comprehensive a readjust
ment of our judicial S3stem should
be arranged without overlooking
some mat tors of more or less import
ance, which omissions would appear
upon trial. For the four 3'oars dur
ing which tho report emboilying tho
proposed changes has been before
the public it has received no adverse
criticism. The Chief Justice, in his
reports to tho Legislatures of 1888
and 181)2, has opposed these changes
on the ground thai tho bulk of legal
business is brought in Honolulu and
is likely to be in the future; that
tho other island communities will
not attract attorneys until U103' in
crease in size and diversified indus
tries, and the absence of law librar
ies at tho Circuits. These object ions
were made before tho report, at
which thoy wore aimed, was printed
and submitted to tho Legislature,
and no addit ions have been made to
them since, though in tho report for
18(J2 tho Chief Justice reiterates
Undoubted an increase in tho
jurisdiction of the Circuit Judges
would have a tendency to attract at
torney's to tho other circuits; while
tho immense increase of social and
property interests in tho various isl
and communities over the status of
a generation ago, when the present
system was adopted, is strong reason
for a reform which shall lwtter pro
vide for the piotection of such inter
ests. Such a change would also bo in
line with the increasing demand for
decent rali.at ion, and could hardly
fail of benefiting tho civil status of
the country in that regard.
At these times when any proposi
tion for increased expenditure is so
veioly bcrutinized, it may bo well to
refer to tho question of tho compar
ative cost of tho two plans. Tho
first cost of an increase of tho num
ber of judges of tho Supiemo Court
to live would bo $20,000 for the bien
Tho first cost of the other system
would bo $10,000 for two Circuit
Judges for tho Island of Oahu,
which would bo $1000 less than tho
amount required by tho first propo
sition, which $1000 might be ox
ponded in the direction, of the offeo
tiveness of tho now H3stein by in
creasing tho salaries of tho existing
Circuit Judges aud providing thorn
with law libraries. S, B. Dole,