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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1000.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The Fino Passenger Bteamors of This Line Will Arrivo nt act
Leave This Port as Herennder.
From San Franolsco:
Mirch 18 I
April It I
AUSTRALIA , Junto
MARIPOS4 lure o
In counootion wltb the sailing of tbo above steamers, the Agents
are prepared to issuo, to intending passengers, coupon through
ticket by any railroad from Ban Francisco, to all points in the
United States, and from New York by an,' hieamship lino to all
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited'
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Pacific, Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Go. $9 To'yo Kisen Kaisha
, Staawe ol tne abort coespanie will call al Honolulu ana laart thli port oo or about As .
....dates below euntlonsdi....
For Japan and China:
Qaalle. ...... March 30
SSf............ April e4
For central Information apply 10
H. Hackfeld &
.WSUamcrt of th abov Una. runnlnr In conn Kt I on with lh CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
atMM Vancouver, B. C. an Sydney, N. S. W.. anacalllnrat Victoria, C. , Honolulu and BrUbaM
""Tfl W:.i '.mii ITII :-. .k.,.i h. ,4. lata k.fnaa. tmA via t
A-B- nFB4VajJ VU VI SHWUI
tBOM VANCOUVER UND
VICTORIA. B. C.
For Brisbane an Sydney!
Mlowcra .May is
Aoranel aunt 0
Warrlmoo July 7
Mlowcra Aug. 4
""wTkrovfh Uckata Issued from Honolulu to Canada, Ualltd Statta and Europa. For Freight and
Passat tad all general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Device & Co., Ltd.. Gcn'l Agents.
Lines of TraieL
Wilder Steamsbio Co,. Ltd,
6. 8. Ktnau,
IOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAIL
Change In Sailing
On and after Tuesday, Nov. 6, the
steamier KINAU will sail from Hono
lulu on Tueadaya at 12 noon, for Kau-
,T, aakakal, Lahalna. Maalaea Bay, K.inei,
a u.v.. i..lhao Mnhnkona. Lau-
ihoehoe and Hilo.
Returning, will sail from Hllo on
rrldaya at 2 p. m. for above named
aorta, arriving In Honolulu on Batur-
Faaaengera and freight will be taken
(or Makena, Mahakona, Kawalhae, Hl
to, Bakalau, Honomu, Fapalkou, and
Paaiengera and PACKAGES ONLY
wiu be Uken for Kaunakakal, Lahal
aa, V"' Bay, Klhel and Laupahoe-
6. 8a Claudlne
tsritt iun Honolulu every Tuesday
at I P. M., touching at Lahalna, Ka
anlul. Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa and Kl
taholu, MauL Returning, touches
at above "named porta, arriving in Ho
aolulu Sunday mornings. - I
WIU 'call at Nuu, Kaupo, once each
8. 8. Lehua,
MOLAKAI,. MAUI. LANAI.
tails every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Camalo, Maunalet. Kalaupapa. Laha-
Sa. Honolua, Olowalu., Returning ar-
itret at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
Thla company reserves the right to
.ke chanKealn the time of departure
Ed arrival I Its steamers WITHOUT
"OTIOB. and It will not beresponsl.
lie for any conuu,uouvjo -- , ,.
Cnilgneea must t p rt-dlng
JinywlU not hold Itself ipmifS
Wm"i Y'a. -.- if fen a hnnn lnnrlnrl. I
lira atook received only at ownert
mlM company will not be respond
J. for money or valuablea of passen
jj, aide placed In the care of the
ASwueri are requested to pur
tuniaackeU before embarking. Those
SuKm to do ao wU be subject to an
SSdmonal eharga of twenty-five per
"trka eoapany will not be liable for
a-iVotnoVlnlury to. nor delay In.
HT 4iiTery of baggage or personal
- T Zm m. .ma.a hMnnri
Barbara o is u" -- -
wVvt at IIIKM BBles the vair .r""""u'u
? ZrldrtiS -m rWtrtif 'tualfl Agent
-a DC 1F. '.C-T -" '
For San ricw,isco
MOANA March o
Al MKAMA Arrl IT
ALAMLDA Arm S
AUSIKALIA Mav is
AUsTkALlA .June is
MOr.A ..June u
AUSTRALIA jmy io
For San Francisco:
China March i4
Doric..... March it
MpponM.ru April 10
Rio da Janeiro April it
Co., Ltd., Agents,
tyvevn aww ' I
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE.
For Victoria and Vancouver (B. C):
Mioera April it
Aorangl May 9
Warrlmoo Juna 6
Mlowtra July 4
Aoranel... Aug. 1
Lines of Travel.
All employes of the company are for-'
bidden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
the form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be seen by ahlppera,
upon application to the pursers of the
Company's steamers. ' j
Shippers are "notified that If freight
Is shipped without suoh receplt It will,
be solely at the risk of the shipper.
C. L. WIGHT. President !
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. T. K. CLARKE, Port Supt
"The Overland Route
Is Thirteen Hours Quicker Than via
Ad; Other Route.
'The Overland Limited','
Runs Everyday In the. Year-Buffetj
Smoking and Library Cars with
Btrber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Drawing Room Palace Sleepers etc.
No Change of Cars.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
35 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. B. & L. Go.
From and Aftor January-;!,? WO.
(Outward) ax. Sun. Dallv
Pearl City.... to
EwaMIII I J!
aTanulni. ,,,.... ,,.,,, ....
Walanaa ......,.,.. ....
, Gen'l Fasa. fc Ticket
O, P. Dhmuon, SuyerlBtondemt
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Domestic Servants, Sailors and General
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. m
P. O. Bi x 862.
Room 1, Sprfckels Block
Done in Crayon or Oil.
...Pictures Framed In any style.
...Framed Pictures for sale.
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
W. W. AHANA
323 Nuuanu F-U
tTlne Saltings in Engiian, Bootch and
American Good nde to order.
-Poatomoe box 986.
Hop Wo & Co.
CRASH, WHITE DUCK
AND KHAKI SUITS
At Lowest Prices
Satisfaction Guaranteed . .
Aloha Block. Fort St. HnnMulu. H. I.
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
213X King street. 1277
T. KAT6UNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA. Manager.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Temporary Office: Room 7 upstairs Spreckels bulk.
ros in. 44.
Y. MAN SING
Has Removed From Fort Street to 311
Nuuanu Street, opp. Goo Kim's.
Dresses Made To Order.
From 314 Nuuanu street to larger prem
ises, No. 819, on tbo opposite side of the
.Corner aiakea and Kino Streets.,
GROCERY AND FRESH FRUITS
always on hand. FRESH P1NEAPHLES
ror special oraer, ana UALlr-'JKNIA
FRUITS by every steamer and also ISL
AND BUTTER.- Delivery Free. Tel. 363
No. 6 Nuuaau St., balow Mwcbaat, Honolulu.
MERCHANT : TAILOR
aT"Sulta piaranteel to St ant In lataa style
Clothing Bad. to order: Uniforms a specialty
Ctotbes cleaned and repaired at raaaooabia ratea.
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
G. A.Howard, Jr. Kobt.F. Train
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Sulla 7, Model Block, - HONOLULU.'OAHU.H. I.
P. O, Box to). Telephone 080
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
Geo W. Pc
F. W. Bcardtlee
P. O. Box 778
BBARD6LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H, I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. 1441
Of all kinds.
Dealers in Lurabor and Goal.
Queen street, Honolulu','
MR. D0LEWA WITNESS.
(Continued from pago 1.)
solute icsignullon by 11 verbal state
mint, 'the iiulguuuou must sptnk for
Mr. Humphrejs I iIcbIio to Join In
tho samo objiitions nnd for tho samo
'1Z?.Z " " 1 h b-
A. 1 do not think nuythlng was said.
Simply that ho brought a letter to mo
ftom his father, nnd he may havo said
It was n letter of resignation but I do
not remember. I think nothing was
said qualifying tho letter.
Q. Had you any further communl-
cations with legal d to tho resignation
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ler ur uwiuiwinui
l.CUCI' 'I'll lit WlIB Ltlrtt.
A. 1 hail a. letter previously nnd have
lost it. 1 havo nut been nblo to llnd
It. Ulthcr from the Chief Justice or
0110 of his solid. I think It was fioni
ono of his sons nnd ho said
Mr. Gear 1 object to nny statement
as to what tho sun said on tho ground
that said letter was written 111 lor to
tho letter of resignation, und wns writ
ten by ono of Clio sons, nnd thcro Is
nothing to bIiow there was nny author
ity for tho son writing tho letter. Fur
ther, thcro has been no minicleut proof
of tho letter being lost.
Q. Btnto moio snccllically by whom
tho letter was written, nnd If by 0110 of
the sons, by which son?
A. 1 could not say very conlldcntly,
but I think It was by James, but 1 am
not suro about that.
Q. You havo no knowledge ns to
whether that Utter was written by au
thority of tho Chief Justice himself?
A. Ho was associated with tho Chief
Justice at tho time. I think ho was
with him nt tho time. I am not suro
about that but ro.y Impression l& that
Q. May I ask If you havo made dili
gent search for that letter?
A. Yes. Yes. Mr. Potter has been
looking for It a good part of tho foro
noon and I havo been looking for It.
Q. You arc unnulo to find it? A. Yes,
Q. Did you make any communication
to tbo Chief Justice upon tho receipt
of this letter of resignation?
A. No, not In writing. 1 communi
cated to him verbally through Albert
Q. That was tho communication to
which you havo already referred? A.
Q. After tho receipt of tho letter of
resignation? That wns nt tho tlmo of
tho receipt of tho letter of resignation?
A. Yes, and afterwards ngain, after
that again, to tho samo effect.
Did you request Mr. Albert V. Judd
Jr. nt thnt tlmo to transmit your com
munication to tho father?
Mr. Gear Wo object to uny state
ments ho might havo mado to Mr. Judd
Jr. on tho ground that no ttateracit ho
may havo mado to Albert F. Judd Jr.
would bind tbo Chief Justice In any
way or make nny difference as to the
effect on this resignation unless It was
shown that these statements were di
rectly communicated to the Chief Jus
tice. A. Vcs.
Mr. Magoon Wo object on tho fur
ther ground that thcro is no question
of agency involved. It was not a mat
ter thnt could be subject of agency. ,
Fear Your objections will be noted
and their sufficiency passed upon lat
er. That Is all President Dole. Does
counsel with so ask any questions?
Mr. Gear Subject to our objection
that none of this evidence is compe
tent, nnd with tho statement that we
do not wish, by reason of any cross ex
amination, to In nny way ndmlt Its
competency, wo think tnero are somo
questions that shoujd bo asked, but
which wo claim will not bo competent
Mr. Humphreys 1 will not nsk any
questions because I consider this tes
timony nnd tho wliolo examination
wholly unwarranted according to the
rules of evidence.
Mr. Magoon I will say I do not de
Biro to ask nny questions nt all.
Mr. Gear Q. In your letter to tho
President why didn't you Bay tho resig
nation was conditional?
A. I sent him n copy of it.
Q. You know nothing moie except
what you received? A. No.
Q. In the caso of other vacancies you
followed tho resignations by making
appointments. Did you condder va
cancies occurred at that time?
A. I explained the reason why I
sent this matter on to him (tho
Q. Did you mean that while In
other vacancies you had mado np
polntmcnts, In this ono you would not
malto tho appointment?
A. Tho words "other vacnr.cleV had
no bearing on Judgo Judd's status.
In tho matter of vacauclei generally
I filled tho places. In this mnttcr for
tho reasons given I preferred to refer
It to him.
Q. Your statement Is Incorrect. You
did not mean to put In tho word
A. Strictly I supposo It Is Incorrect.
Q. You know for a yenr tho Chief j
Justico had been lncnpncltated from nt-1
tending to business?
A. Not for a year I think.
Q. For n good part of n year, nt tho
tlmo you wrote this letter?
A. At tho tlmo I wrote that letter
I think ho had been for eight or nlno
Q.You did not accept his resigna
tion. What did you mean by that?
Did you expect tho President to make
nny appointment when you wioto this
Refer Back to Dole.
A. I don't know, T thought It was
a proper enso to put In tho hands of
the President, and to refer back to mo
If ho choso.
Q. You considered that tho President
had power to appoint a now iran? A.
Yes, I think ho did,
Q. You think ho had the power?
A. Yes, under tho resolution.
(J. It ho had nppolntcd 11 new man
It would Iinvo liccn to have filled a va
cancy, or, would ho have linil to ic
movo tho Chief Justice?
A. Iho appointment of a new man
would, of course, have been tho ac
ceptance of the prior resignation.
(J. And there would havo been no
fothcr acceptance necessary?
A. I think not, although it 1,
mon to accept them In writing.
Q. Hut you would not havo dono so
in that enso?
A. Yes, I think so. If I had been ac
cepting I should havo accepted tlw
Q. What action would you have tak-
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A. No action I think.
Q. Would you havo considered It
ncccssaiy for tho President of tho
United States to havo dono anytliinj
else? A. No.
0. You considered tho resignation
sulllclcnt and tho vacancy .siilllclcnt to
appoint nnothcr man?
A. Our practlco Is, genernlly, to ac
cept n resignation In writing.
Q. I nm nut asking about tho prac
tice? A. Straining probably my po
sition in'thnt matter, but tho appoint
ment of n successor Is an acceptance of
Q. And when you spoko of not ac
cepting wns it because you had not
appointed a successor thnt thcro was
no acceptance? A. Yes.
Q. And tho appointment of a suc
cessor would bo nn acceptance of his
resignation? A. Very likely.
Q. You don't think it would bo no
coBsary to rcmovo him, or do anything
clso It a successor was appointed?
Q. Simply appoint a successor? A.
Nothing From President.
Q. Have you heard from tho Presi
dent In answer to this letter? A. No.
Q. Did you wrlto any other letters to
him with regard to It? A. No.
Q. Did you rccclvo any acknowledge
ment of tho receipt of this letter? A.
Q. Havo you instructed tho Govern
ment offlclnls in Washington with re
gard to this matter? A. What Gov
Q. Has tho Government nny repre
sentatives in Washington nt tho pres
A. No, I havo not given them any In
structions but furnished them copies
of tho letter.
Q. To whom do you refer? A. Mr.
Q. You said "them," did you refer
to nnyonu else?
A. I said "them" hcc.itiHO you said
Q. You Bald you had furnished
"them" with copies of tho letter. Havo
you more than ono representative
Official Delegate Hartwcll.
Q. Who Is the Government represen
tative there. A. Hartwell.
Q. When did you furnish him with n
copy of the letter?
A. A.t the same time I sent It to the
President I think.
'Q. Did you rccclvo nny answer from
'A. Yes, he acknowledged it
Q. Is that all ho said? A. Yes.
Q. Has he, as representative of tho
Government, stated anything olso to
you with regard to tho matter?
A. He has not.
Q. Havo you received a letter by tho
A. I havo received letters by almost
Q. And havo any of them may any
reference to tho appointment of n Chief
A. I think nn acknowledgement was
nil thnt was said on tho subject
Q. Did you ntithorlzo General Hart
well, as representative of tho Govern
ment, to'tako any'steps In tho matter?
Q. What did you authorlzo him to
A. Not to do anything. I sent it, as
I generally do, ns a piece of Informa
tion. Q. Ho Is tho official representative
of tho Government? A. Yes.
Q. And ns such draws a salary from
tho Government? A. Yes.
Frear Can you give tho dato of that
letter wrlttnn by James Judd? A. No.
Q. Approximately? A. No, I cannot
glvo it, but, I should say It was "less
than n month before tho resignation.
Q. From 'what placo was It written?
A. It might havo been Now York.
I don't know.
Q. You havo received but ono letter
A. No. I received a letter from
James Judd previously refcrlng to his
father's health, but, having nothing to
do with tho resignation. That letter
I camo across.
Q. Those were all tho letters you re
ceived from James Judd?
A. I think so.
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