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M DMLY- BULLETIN,
, jury systom horo, to provont tho
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party, i briugiug of voxatious criminal pro
But Established for the Benefit of All. ' sooutions particularly against odi-
' tors for libel. In view of its propos-
SATURDAY, AUG. 5, 1893. j cd "reform," tho Star may bo asked
Ho 13 oallod "Papa Nordhoft"" by
tho organ grinders bocauso bo bas
applied tbo loaded slippor so offoct
ually to tbo seats of tbo revolution
In its story of oscnpos from tbo
prison, tbo morning agonizor ouiit
tod to stato tbat tbo most culpablo
guards got thoir places from tho
presout polico administration.
Mr. Hartwoll took pity on tbo
Advortisor this morning and gave it
second-hand correspondence from
tho Bulletin to print, to relievo tho
dreary duluoss of its heavily padded
It has boon discovered tbat tho
Star has a numorous circulation
around packages coming from tho
direction of tho fish market. Tho
twinkler would doubtless got a good
deal more custom if it advertised
its rates by the pound in tbo Chinese
For boggy, alkali-proof gall give
us tho P. C. A. overy morning. It
persists in treating Dr. Trousseau's
withdrawal from the board of ex
aminers for leprosy as a political
move. Tho doctor rosignod as quiet
ly as possible and only rolueiantly
yielded to tho importunity of tho
P. C. A. in giving permission for tho
publication of his reasons. While
tho P. C. A. judges all political op
ponents accordiug to its own mean
standard, however, nono of ihem
may look for decent, lot alono just,
treatment in its columns.
An ablo article on "Tbo Hawaiian ,
Revolution," from tho pen of Mr.
Tlieo. H. Davies, is given to our
readers to-day. It is tho paper ,
specially designated with black typo
3t tho head of tho cover of tho Nino-
teentb Century for May. Mr. Davies I
makes very clear tho entire ignoring
of the Hawaiian people and elector
al by the revolutionists. IIo also
shows how tho United States Gov
ernment cannot ratify the revolution
consistently with its answer to Mr.
Thurston when ho mado his secret
sounding expedition to Washington.
At a recent sessiou of tho Coun
cils, tho Minister o Finance referred
in tones of dismay to tho cost of
public printing. However, tho Gov
ernment continuos its waste of mo
ney in the same direction. All offi
cial advertisements in one Govern-
menr organ are uupncaieu in tue
other. There was never such a ,
throwing away of public money in
the flushest timos under the mon
archy. It is an entire waste so far as
the Star is concerned, as tho bulk of
that paper's editions is given away
as samples and sold in bundles for
wrapping paper. It was roportod
lately that 1'resident Dole said it
was extremely offensive to tho Gov
ernment to have the Advortisor and
Star referred to as 'Government or
gans." But how is the President to
get out of it, in face of the fact that the
Star only lives by tho virtue of Gov
ernment's bountj'; while the Adver-
tisor's boasted "enterprise" is wholly I to the Legislature, the original draft
based on its bleeding of the troas- oi our present Judiciary Act. In
ury for advertising, at rates from 1892 Judge Hartwoll, acting in con
. . . .. .. , -i cort with tho Judiciary Committeo
two to ten times as high as it can of tho Legisatl,r0i assisted in a very
get irum uiisiiies-s uousesf
IT FEIGNS TO BE HONEST
rid is after the good
ice captain's place,
Who in tho world
when tho twinkler parades under dis
play head', his exploit of entering a
houso without a warrant. As suspect
ed "royalists" havo been displaced,
one alter another, to make room for
tho?o who ioso against the, mon
aichy for tho fat jobs they descried
beyond the hi each, tho natural
treachery that well iitted the rioters
for thoir woik has do eloped schonios
of tho hindmost against tho fore
most in the f-cramble for ollicial iu
signia and wages. A paper like tin
Star is often useful to doublodealing
villains who would for selfish revvaid
sacrifice thoir comrades in cam
paigns and their associates in arms.
If au ollicor of tho P. G.'s earliest
support and choice has been too
zealous in pushing his quest for
opium, it is well, perhaps, that the
public should know that unlawful
search has not boon rendered im
possible by the ".Proclamation."
But what a fiddling little object
of journalistic exposure that is for
n false pretense of devotion to duty
on the part of a shoot living on
Government bounty iu comparison
with tho brutal outiago of bone
breaking committed on a soldier by
a commissioned oilicer! Yot tho Star
has never given ovon an item with
out a heading to that most disgrace
ful opisodo at tho barracks of the
National Guard. If you only want
tho iiowu that it suits tho Star gang
to allow publishod, -then by all
moans you should tako tho Star and
olfoot mutual satisfaction, It is just
tho kind of journalism for people
who like that kind of journalism.
IX WANTS SOMETHING TO SAY.
6apiont as ovor, tho Star adto
TcaTos to introduction of tho grand-
how it is tbat in countries whoro tho
grand jury has always existed, tho
mombors of tho pross havo
lately boon constrained to agitato,
somotimos with succoss, for laws
to provont tbo samo evil
of voxatious prosecutions, Tho
grand jury does not provent voxa
tious prosecutions any moro than
tho Hawaiian system, whoro tho pre
siding Judgo of a jury term oxam
inos tho committal papers and writes
'true bill" or "no bill" on tho indict
ment just tho samo as a grand
jury doos. Committing magistrates
porform thoir functions just tho
nrao whoro thoro is a grand jury as
in this country whoro thoro is nono,
and if tho avorago magistrate does
his duty faithfully it is tho excoption
to havo his commitments disavowed
by tho grand jury. Indood, for years
past thoro has been an agitation in
1 many parts for tho abolition of
1 tho grand jury, as some of its
1 functions, of a legislative kind, onco
important havo boon made obsoleto
by tho oxtension of incorporated
I municipal government to countios
! and comparatively small towns. It
has conio to pass, for auother reason
in favor of grand jury abolition,
that tho grand jury appointments
' in small shires seriously interfere
i with tho raugo of soloction of the
really moro important petit jury
panel. Moroovor, what with ex
emptions and tho growth of demo
cratic equality, it has beiui found
.hat grand jurors provo not to bo
' jast in so much moro superior
nouldi than tho men drawn for petit
mrors as to justify a perpetuation of
, ho distinction between them for
juy practical utility that may bo
eft to tho grand jury. Indeed, as
, .jross scandals have developed in tho
rraud jury's secret chamber as in
ihe trial jury's retiring room.
The Plea of a Plutocrat.
Eeferring onco moro to the differ
ences between Judge Hartwoll and
myself, as to tho administration of
criminal justice in our courts, I op- ,
poso his proposition to demand a
deposit of 525 (or an- other sum) by '
each appealing defendant, on tho
ground that such an exaction would !
be harsh and oppressive toward tho j
poor. Eccentric as such a statement
may appear to Mr. Hartwoll and
other Bostonese in our midst, T yot
j believe that poverty is not, per se, a '
crimo, and that a man, though ho be !
poor, may still possess some rights
whicn tho law ana tho community I
should respect. No one better than
Mr. Hartwoll should know that tho
exaction demanded by him in this
controversy would be a virtual
tn..:n nri.n -:...l.4- t :..-. :..! i -
uouiai ui wu uiiu ui juij tllcll, iu il
largo proportion of thoso who are
iorosecuteu lor misdemeanors. Tlie
majority of such defendants in our
courts are poor, and could not com
ply with so harsh, unreasonable and
unnecessary an enaction. Tho only
alternative would bo to go to jail,
whether guilty or innocent.
As to the citation by Judge Hart
well, of a precedent for such pro
posed "roform" from "tho old com
monwealth in which ho was born"
(Massachusetts), I have to remark
tho tardiness of his conversion to
tho principle of that precedent. In
1887-8, Judgo Hartwoll, Judgo Dole
and myself prepared, and roportod
tnorougn uisuussion anu revision
(whore revision was doomed desira
ble) of that original draft. Later in
,1892, Judgo Hartwoll, as tho paid
altornoy ol tho Legislature, made a
final inspection and revision of the
text of that act, for tho purpose of
discovering .1113- latout defects and
aiiiiircntiiur anv needed amendments
t herein. As it finally camo from his
nanus (with some vernal amend
inuiits, possibly), tho Judiciary Act 1
passed into law. Section fi8 of that
Act, as it enmo from tho hands of its
present critic, allows ten days in
which to perfect appeals, and re
quires no deposit nor bond fur costs
in criminal appi-aU. If such provi
sions wuio good enough for ovon
Judge llaitwull, lnt October, why
aio they not good enough for the
rest of us to-day? Why havo wo not
oarlior hoard ol tho precedent from
"the old commonwealth in which I
In conclusion, pormit tho assur
ance, Mr. Editor, that I fully reci
procate tho absence of personal ill
will toward my opponent in this
controversy, so affably oxprcssod by
Judgo Hartwoll in tho Advortisor of
this date. C. W. AsiiFonn.
August 5, 1803.
Of Course iTou Bead
Tho testimonials frequently pub
lished in this paper relating to
Hood's Sarsaparilla. They are from
reliable people, state simple facts,
and show beyond a doubt that
Hood's Cures. Why don't you try
this medicine? Be sure to got
Constipation, and all troubles with
tho digestive organs and tho liver,
are cured by Hood's Pills. Uu
Hquallod as a dinner pill.
lias Resumed Practice at No. 49 Bcre-'
OFFICE HOURS. rt toU a. U 1 to 3 anu
7 to b r. h.
Both Tolepuonoi, No, 338.
We have selected two oi I
Croup, tbree lines from letters
fieshly received from pa-1
rents who have given German Syrup '
io lueir cimuruu in uie cuiciguuvrca
of Croup. You will credit these,
because they come from good, sub
stantial people, happy in finding
what so many families lack a med
icine containing no evil drug, which
mother can administer with con
fidence to the little ones in theii
most critical hours, safe and sure
that it will carry them through.
Kd. L. Willits, of Mrs. Jas.W. Kirk,
Alma, Neb. I give It Daughters' College,
to ntv children when Hnrrodburjr, Ky. 1
troubled with Croup have depended upon
nna never saw any it in aiiacKsoi roup
preparation act like with my little daugh-
K. ii is simply mi- icr, anu unu it an in.
raculous. valuable remedy.
Fully one-half of our customers
are mothers who use Boschee's Ger
man Syrup among their children.
A medicine to be successful with the
little folks must be a treatment for
the sudden and terrible foes of child
hood, whooping cough, croup, diph
theria and the dangerous inflamma
tions of delicate throats and lungs.
Building and Loan Association.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET
inc will be held nt the Chamber of
Commerce on MONDAY EVENING, Aug.
7, 1893, at 7:30 o'clock.
Em- Payments are required in Gold.
JOHN G. ltOTHWEMj,
We Having Just Received
ANOTHER FULL CARGO OF
HAY and GRAIN
Per Hawaiian Bark "Mauna Ala,"
1500 Bales of Large and K Hav.
2000 Bags Surprise No. 1 White and
2000 Bags Whole Barley.
1000 Baes Rolled Jiarlev.
3500 Bags Coarse and Fine Brun.
COO Bags Middlings.
300 Bags Mixed Feed.
200 Bags Choice Wheat.
200 Bags Cracked Corn.
100 Bags Rolled Oats.
100 Bags Small Yellow Corn.
70 Bags Oil Cake Meal.
We selected theio Goods during our last
trio to the Coast, tliov are '
i r -r TTrinm y i-r k r -i
I I 14 I l III A
x ---'-' iXJ-"J vajxiuu
And cost no more than poorer qualities
now on the market.
Give Us a Trial !
Bed Rock Prices!
ALL ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
KINGS WRIGHT, - - Props.
7i)4 1m-32 4t
ELECTION OF OFFICEBS.
AT THE ADJOURNED MEETING OF
the Hawaiian Hamiwaiik Co.. (L'd.
hold August 8, 181M, the following Officers
! wer(! dul' ulcered for the ensuing year
E. R. Hendry... President ,fc Manager
John Kmi Vice-President
H. M. von Holt Secretary & Treasurer
Godfrey Brown Auditor
The above and Cecil Brown constituting
the Board of Directors.
H. M. VON HOLT,
Honolulu, Aug. 3, 18'U.
KING STREET HOUSE,
117 .t 11!) King St., cor. Alakca.
Comfortably Furnished Rooms
From (1.50 and Upwards For Week.
Quiet Clean Rooms. Bath Up & Down Stairs.
701-tf A. McPOWALL, Prop.
Pure Bred Pointer Pups
T. W. LISHMAN,
Bell Telephone 317.
J. J. WILLIAMB.
The Only Collection of Island Views.
TO LEASE OB FOB SALE.
rpJIE PREMISES AT
X 1'carl City, Ewn, with
tliu Dniillliig und Blulilui
tbureun furiuerlv umiuitxl
by 11, T. Whlto. Turnm rruHonu
puvH'tblon Kivcn at onco. Apply to
7U5-2W JOHN F. UOU
bio und i
By IavtIb J. Iovoy.
Cigarettes s Auction !
On TUESDAY, Aug. 8th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
A.T 2UfS S.A.IliE3SR,OOfc
I will sell at Pitblio Auction for account of
whom it may concern
Lewis J. Levey,
I am Instructed by Mn. M. DAVIS, who
is retiring from bulnoss, to 'oil at Public
Auction WITHOUT ANY RESERVE
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
A.T MY SALESROOMS
The Whole of his Stock of Mcrohnndise,
BOOTS akd SHOES,
Straw and Felt Hats, Clothing,
Suspenders, Blankets, Underclothing,
White and Colored Shirts.
Hosiory, Towels, Collars, Cutlery,
AVatcrproof Clothing, etc., etc. Also
2 Large Nickel Plated Show Cases
Step Ladder, Furniture, Etc., Etc.
Lewis J. Levey,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
in accordance with the law in such
case mado and provided, I will cause to be
hold Furniture, etc., of Ma
ine in di-training for rent,
kolo taken by
1 Singer Sewing Machine, 1 Guitar. 1
Clock, 4 Post Bedstead, 2 Mattresses. Mir
ror and Pictures, Sundry Lot Clothing,
Said sale w ill take pluco at the Auction
Salesrooms of Lewix J. Levey, corner of
Fort and Queen streets,
On Saturday, Aug. 19,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
793-lGt M. CAVALHO.
To IiOt or Leaso.
HOUSE TO LET ON
Furt street, next to
tho School House. Ad
dress "P. O. Box 311."
AT WAIK1KI, ON THE
Beach, a Furnished
Cottage with Cookhouse
accommodation. For nar-
' titulars inquire Bulletin Olllce
ATEW HOUSE OF FIVE
, V i, ;- ilU
... .. ...;.,. ...., .? .. rri5
t . v nxiiim. in. .iiiiirji.niii . --
XI rooms, on
! struck, Willi jHiuiruum, put- Kali
i ent v. u., etc utmmaims
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
TN PRIVATE FAMILY,
JL J. wo Large r rout Kuonis,
en suite. Hiinds-omelv fur-
Large Front Kuonis, &i'HV" ji
nished as Bedrooms, or as ySSS
rarior ana iscdroom. urv localitv: picas-
ant surroundings. Apply Bulletin Office,
ONE BLOCK FROM BE
Tetania street cars, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tnire of Six Rooms, Larue
Lot, Stable and Chicken House. Apply
k. it. JlrJMUtv,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'a store.
TO LET OB LEASE
HPHE COTTAGE AT NO.
X 4J5a Kinp; street, lately
occupied by Mr. M. S. Levy,
containini;:t Bedrooms. Par
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and Bathroom;
Stable in yard; Artesian Water laid on.
For particulars and terms, apply to
75u-tf ABU. KKllNANDEZ.
A NICELY FUKNISHED
Houe on l'linclibonl
street near Palace Walk,
suitable for a small familv.
It contains Four Booms with Pantry and
Kitchen attached, aNo a Servant's Itooni,
Bathroom, Patent W. C, Carriage Boom
and Stables. Fruit Trees, Flowers and
Shrubs abound on the premises. A good
tenant is desirable Apply at Bui.lk.tin
NEW COTTAGE NO. I.
Pantries to Kitchen and .
Dininc-ioom. Kitchen and Din
ing-room floors painted, other rooms hand
soiiiely papered and finished; Patent V.
C, Bathroom, Servants' Boom, Wood room.
Chicken Jloute and Yard. Tho Grounds
projierly cultivated, containing Fruit Trees,
bhrtibs and Flowers. These premises oro
located one block from Biiiotaniastrectand
one inilc from town. Can bu leased bv a
good liaitv nt u rcabonublu rent TO SlflT
I NEW COTTAGE NO. II.
CONTAINING SIX ROOMS,
I-nwii, liny Window. l)al-t
i conr. inturior of Iioiimi lianil-i
iJininK-ioom noort; i.alnu-d i-anur iibor
i uarpuiiici, othur Uoma limited mid oil
cinijiui, nil iiuw. iimwoK'tsuptMoiift'ot
from pound unulufcd ull nroiind. Win-
down, jjoorn. He. Two I'ntent . v. cb,
, Diitiiroiiiu, usjiroom, hurvnnts' Itoouib,
, Tool Room. Chicken House mid Yard, Hammock; Strong enough tO
J.urijo earring House and Stable with i
rooniH motairs. Any amount of Fruit hold two people, a very essen
I Ircea. Grapes and Flowers, large I.awn i . .... '
and Grounds under proper cultivation. tial point in buying a ham
Location buiuu as House No. 1 and eamo ' fa
tcrnu to a yood parly at price TO SUIT ' mock.
i.siWlh5S 'SS "VfiftflSK
vault, -"ii t
Annlv at llifLiVTiK' flllli'n nr tn
J, A, Muyoon. 774-tf
HiiWiiilau llarrtwiivd Gli.,L'(1
Saturday, Aug. 6, 1808.
"If you want water at night
catch it in the daytime," says
Brown. And if you want it
day or night buy an Aermotor
Several of the plantations
will begin grinding cane in a
few weeks and probably the
managers will feel the neces
sity for some new belting.
For some reason "Helvetia"
seems to be in demand for
centrifugals, and for the same
reason we have it in stock for
anyone who asks for it. In
quality it is the best.
We have it from a reliable
source that horned toads are
to be imported from the sunny
clime of Texas for the purpose
of ridding the Islands of the
blight. Just what will be re
quired a few years hence
free the houses and lawns
the toads is not stated.
Horned Toads are great pets
in Texas where they are some-'
what domesticated. In some
countries ladies frequently
take their toads with them
when they go calling; we may '
have the same fad here in an-1
other six months, but in the
meantime if you want to have '
your trees and hedges look
green and healthy leave an j
order with us for a tin of in
secticide and a Lewis Combi- ,
nation Spray Pump and use it
Our stock of Bird Cages j
came just in time to provide i
homes for a number of birds
from China. The selection we
made this time seemed to be
satisfactory to the people
judging fi sm the way we have
sold them during the past
week. We have them in solid
brass or painted for single or
married birds, and with all
We would like your atten
tion for a little while on our
siacK oi Drass nanaeners
with metal or glass founts for
two, three or four lights.
These goods are manifestly
the best of the kind, both in
style and finish, ever sold '
here and we offer them to you I
a shade cheaper than you paid
for the last one. This reduc-
tion does not last indefinitely; i
if you want one, take this op- !
portunity to get it. I
Two articles we have not '
mentioned in this column for a '
long time, probably because
in good times they sold them-'
selves. Enamel Letters and
Numbers for gates, houses or ,
store windows. You can see .
them in every street in town,
out not on every nouse. we
want to put them there and
that's why we mention it. The
young gentleman with the silk
hat who undertook to number
the stores and houses gave up
the job when he was half
through. You can go on with
it yourself by the use of these
numbers and letters; they are
cheap enough and you can
put thein on without the as-
I sistance of anyone. 1 he other
'article that has escaped notice
i is the (rcnuine Cocoanut ribre
I Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
uppumtu npmiKeitr utouu,
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort Se Hotol Streets.
I AM NOW
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at i5c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Cliallies at 15c.
"Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
' . JbU H Jd. X-i I O H ,
Corner Forl and Hotel stsf .... Honolulu, H. I.
sr "WE SEJ3STID OUT "a
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FKESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
40 Oases I
0 Dozen I
1920 Packages I
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
JrJJP? "F"oTt. S.Tt..
JlDfflOulll IIIBI 1
100 Doz. Four-in-Bands
mil U0Z. P 0111 -lTl-rin TlflS
XVU XJJU, 1UU1 III UUUUU
Uonolvilia, EC. I.
'REGLOAN & SON.
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