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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1900.
Published T.vcry Day etcept Sunday.
at 210 King Street Honolulu,
II. I., by the
BULLP.T1N PUI1L1SHIN0 COMPANY
lintercil nt ihc lmt Of :o In
Honolulu, Ferritin f Hn ill.tm
HCCOMll-CldHH lllllll IllllttCI.
W It. RllUtlNGTON...
Ter month, nnj where Su It. I
Per sour. In II. I
Per sear postpaid. L S, Cana. .
or Mexico 1000
1)r year, postpaid, otber foreign 1
countries 13 1'0
ftojablo Invariably In advance.
, Telephone 25G
Fostonice Uox T1S
TltrnSIUY JULY 5, 1000.
When the Demixrnti cheer the dele
gates from Hawaii to the national ton
Million the people will hae an oppor
tunity to note how cordially McKln
lcj's ltepubllcan policy towards 11a
wall Is endorsed. The Democratic par
ti can take no credit to Itself for nav
Ing added Hawaii and Its people to the
PARTY ALLCGIANCE FIRST.
Senator Ilenr's statement of tho un
hesltntlng support which he will g've
the ltepubllean party and Its lenders
In the national campaign l one if the
lust lessons In American party politics
that can be otTercd nt tin- outset of Ha
waii's association In national political
life. It should show to the peoplo of
these Islands what AtncrUun party nl
leglunee means and bring home to then
more forcibly the utter uselebsness of
Independent nctlon when the actual
campaign Is onee In full swing.
No public man of the Putted States
luis fought with more vigor or 'rom
higher personal motives the Philippine
pollcj of the United Stntes than luu
Scnatoi Hoar of Massachusetts. Ho
has stood alone among the Republicans
of Congress, In opposition to tho na
tional policy In dealing with the ue,v
possessions, under the prerogative of
every American citizen to speak and
net as his loiisrlenee dlieets.
Notwithstanding his opposition Sen
ator Hoar remained nnd still coiKlnu.M
n Republican, nnd ns such tvlll enter
the national campaign earnestly sup
porting the declaration of principle
outlined by the mnjorltj, though In
ccitaln details It Is directly antagonis
tic to his porsonal opinions. Not only
does Senator Hoar announce his lojal
t to the platform and the ticket, h's
Intention to vote forMcKlnley nnd 1
Roosevelt, but ho will also be foun 1 an
actlvo worker In the campaign, none
the less arduous on account of tho per
sonal opposition otfeied In Congies.
Mr. Hoar's attitude Is a refutation of
mugwumplsm ns exemplified In Inde
pendent party movements eplto-nlrlng
the effort of a minority to defeat the
will of the people. The one aveinin nnJ
only avenue of success for aii'li Inde
pendent workers ns Hoar represents Is
through nnd with one of the rreni m
tlonal parties. Hoar has wnndeiel far
afield from tho rank nnd file of Ins pir
ty during the period when new policies
were in process of formation, he .las
fought with nil the force nnd vigor of
one of the nation's most Intellectual
men, but now the die Is cast, th.) party
policy definitely outlined In national
convention he Is found tine to the
recognized pilnclples of good aolltlcs
At a meeting of the Kamehamchl
Alumni Association held Tuesdnj night
In the club house, Port street, classes
in civil government and United State)
constitution were ortnnlzed. Final ai
rangements will be made at the next
A ,L. C ("Jack") Atkinson has very
kindly consented to assist the boys In
their study of civil government and tho
1 Constitution of tlte United States and
his offer lias been eagerly accepted.
Jack Is nlwnjs doing clever little
things of the kind, showing his con
stant Interest In the welfare of Hawaii
and the peoplo among whom he wai
born. Tho hojs of the Alumni Associa
tion are very thankful to him for Ills
Other classes were proposed at tho
meeting but no nirangenifnts vvem
They Celebrate the I'ourtli.
Two enthusiastic Americans appear
ed In the Police Court this forenoon on
the charge of filing off flreuuckers In
the street on the Fourth of July Tliey
wero P .11. I.oucks nnd A Campbell.
The former set off a Chinese bomb and
tho hitter n i lacker. Roth defendants
stated they were ignorant of the law In I
regard to tho setting off of flrecrack-1
Judge Wilcox snld he did not believe '
the cases called for un pennltj and,
considering the fact that It was tho I
Fourth of July w hen the transgressions
occurred, he would allow both defen
dants to go with a mild reprimand.
In the Supreme Court of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii- June Term,
ouo, Grand Juries.
1. wiir.N unQriitiu)
icrson shall bt held to nnswer
capital, rn otherwise Infamous
hImo unless on a presentment of In
dicti nt of a giand Jury, except In
I cases o ing In the land or navnl
forces, 1,1 n the mllltln, v hen In actual
service In time of war or public dim-
Iger." I' ! Const., Amend., Art. 5.
I .'. HOW IJRAWN.
"I'litll 'thcrvvlso provided by tho
Lcglslntm of the Territory, grand Jur
ies niat ti drawn In the manner pro
vided by i,i-' Hawaiian statutes for
draw ing pe.ty Juries. ' Org. Ait, Sec.
3 quai.ipication or unions.
"No person who Is not n male cltlrHi
of the I'nlted Stales and twenty-one
jenrs of age and who can not under
stnndlngl.v speak, read and write the
English language shall be a qualified; ,
Juror or grand Juror In the Territory of large SlOCk Of AlOUldlllgS Cat! SUlt any taSte.
Hawaii," "nnd nil Jurors shall here
after bo constituted without leferenca 1 a
to the race or place of nativity of th"
Juiors." Org Act Sec 81. '
I .N I'M II i:il OP JPHOHS. I
"The number of grand Jurors In each
circuit shall be not leas tli in thlnccr. 1
nor more than twentj -three." See Org
I Act, Sec. S3.
I "Until otherwise provided by the
Legislature of the Territory, grand
I Juries Bhall sit at such
times as the circuit Judges of the rc
I spectlve circuits shall direct." Org Act,
Hefore the grand Jury retires.
prosecuting officer or any person hel I
to answer n charge far n criminal of
fense, mn challenge the pnm I or mi
Individual Juror, for cause to be is
slgned to the court. All such rhut
lenges bhall be tiled and determined b)
Prom th epersons suuiinoiicd to servo
ns grand Jurors nnd npepnrliig, the
nurt shall appoint 11 foreman, nnd may 1
.. , ,,
remove him foi cause. Tho rouit may 1
appoint another forcinnu when the ne
cessity atUes. 1
8 OATH OP (1KANI) JUHOItS.
Substantially tho following oath
shill be ndiuliiis'.ered to tin1 gin ml
"You, and each of ou, do solemnlj
swear (or nfilrm) that ou will dill
guitlj Infinite, nnd true, prcs. ntment
make, of all such matters and things as
shall bo given jou In charge, or shall
otherwise, come to jour knowledge,
touching this piescnt service; that ou
will present no one through envy, hat
red, or malice, nor lenvo any one im
plemented through fear, favor, affection
gain, reward or hope theiefor, hut will
piesent all things truly ns they eomo
to our Knowledge, necoidlug to the
best of jour understanding: and that
ou will keep secret the proceedings
hud befoie Jou."
. CHARGE OP Tilt: COURT.
Tho grand Jury, being Impanelled
and sworn, shall be charged by the
court. In ,0ng so, the court shall give
them such Information as It may diem
proper ns to their duties and as to the
law pel tabling to such cuses as may
come before them. The court may fur
ther charge the July when the necessity
io. ofpickr in atti:ndanci:.
Tho court may appoint nn otlluer lo
attend upon the gland Jury.
ii. uirnunMKNT op thi: guano
j rit i.
The grand Juiy shall then jellro
to a private room and lnipili.'i Into the
offenses conlrablc b th"iu.
Tho rand Jury may appoint one of
their number to be lie!" eleik, to pic
servo minutes of the proceedings be
foie them, which mlmitrj shall bo de
livered to tho proseuitlugiolllcor when
so dliectcd bj tho grand Jul).
13. suhi'oi:na of wiini:ssi:s.
"The sevcial circuit courts may sub
poena witnesses to appear hefoi" the
grand Jury In like manner as they sub
poena witnesses to appear define their
lcspectlve courts" Org. Act, Sec. S.l
ii. svi:auino witni:ssi:s.
Witnesses appearing deforo tho
giand Jury may he sworn In open
court or, by the foreman of tho giand
Jury, or, in his absence, by any member
The oath or affirmation muy be sub
stantially as follows:
"You do solemnly svveui (or alllini)
that tho evidence which ou shall give
before tho grand Jury shall bo tho
truth, the wholo truth, and nothing
but tho truth "
is. puesi:nci: of othkrs with
Tho pio8ecutlng officer or uny mem
ber of tho grand Jury may Intenognto
wltiiebses before the giand Jury. Tho
piosecutlng officer shall advlne tho
grand Jury in regard to the law of tho
easea that come before them, and diuvv
An Interpreter may bo present at the
examination of witnesses befeno the
Except the pioseciitlng offlcet, Inter
preter, nnd witnesses under examina
tion no pcison shall be permitted to 1 n
present during the sessions of the
No prison except the members of tha
grand Jurj shall be permitted to be
present during the eprcsslon of their
opinions, or the giving of their votes.
10. TWELVE GRAND JURORS TO
No Indictment shall be found, nor
. Of Picture
Have just been received. Also
EASELS. We make Picture
The Pacific Hardware Co,
shall any presentment be made, with
out the concurrence of at least twelve
17. INOOHSK.MP.NT I1Y rOREMAN
AND PROSECUTING OPPICHH.
An indictment whin found shall be
Indorsed, "A true hill," and such In
dorsement shall be signed l the fore
man An indictment shall bo ludorsid
nlso by the prosecuting ollker. A pre
sentment, when mnde. sh ill bo signed
by the foreman.
lb. PRESENTING AND P1I.INC1.
fmtl. tnu Ml fir iimiirntitirmtH ulirm
, .,,.,, .,,.,,
found, shall be presented by the foie-
mnn, In the presence of tho other
grand Jurors, to the Court, nnd shall
theio lie llle'il ; tint hiicIi as are found
for 11 felony against iui person not in
custody or under recognizance1, shall
not he open to the inspection of nn)
penon except the prosecuting ollker,
until the defendant therein shall have
The foregoing 'inles iclatlpg to grand
Juries are hcrebj prescribed.
Ily the Court:
Honolulu, Teirltory of Hawaii, July
1 575-1 w
ti:ni)i:us pok puuchasi:
hides and tallow.
Tenders for pin chase of bides and
tallow belonging to the Hoard of
Health for the period of six months
ending December 31, 1900, will he re
ceived at the office of the Hoard until
12 o'clock noun, Thursday, July Sth,
The tender must be fur the price per
pound foi hides und tulluw dellveied on
tho wharf at Honolulu on weights ap
proved by Agents of the Hoard of
Health. Payments utpilml In V. S.
guld coin Immmedlutely after delivery.
Tile lloaul does not bind Itself to ac
cept any bid,
C 11. WOOD,
Picsldent lloaul of Health.
Honolulu, 11. T July 1st. l'JOO.
TENDER POR SUPPLIES.
Teudeis for fmnUlihig the lloaul
of Health with supplies specified 111 tho
following schedules for the pel loci of I
six months ending December .11, 1900, 1
will be received at the office of the1
llouid until '1 liiirsduy, at 1- o'clock
noon, July ath, 1U0O.
llhls for Items of euch schedule must
be mucin bcpuintedj unci each tender en
doised, "Tender for Supplies."
The lloaid does not bind Itself to ac
cept the lowest or any bid,
0. I). WOOD,
' Picsldent Hoard of Health.
Honolulu, II. T July 1, 10W.
Material and supplies of tho bust
uuullty fur tho Leper Settlement at
Molokui to bo dellveied In titinutltles
ordered nnd subject to Inspection and
nppiovul by Agents of the lloaul of
Health f. o, d. Island steamers:
Lumber, N, W, lough, per M,
Lumber, T. & G N. W 1x0, per M.
I.uinbei, R, W suifuccd, per M.
Shingles, It. W per SI.
Rattens, ijx3, II. W pel St.
Fern e posts. It. W., each,
Doors, 1'xCxii, 14 Inch, each,
Window bash, 10x1,2, luxU, pel pair.
Nails, Iron cut, lud basis, pet keg.
Nails, gulvnuUid, 3d and Sil, per keg.
Dolled oil, Hubbock's, per gallon,
Whlto lend, Hubbock's Genuine, per
Turpentine, per gnllon.
Cement, Whlto Hios., Portland, per
Lime, per bbl,
Unlviiulzed lion tooling, per lb.
PROMSIONS AND SUPPLIES.
Dread, medium, samples to be fur
nished up to COO cuses.
a new lot of FRAMES and
Frames to order, and from our
. UUY A..
Pacific Cycle Co.
Ilaklug powder, Royal or Schilling's
Rest, -loz tins up to 30 gross.
liran, wheat, per ton np to 10 tons.
Coffee, gicen Kona up to 12 sacks.
Charcoal, guava up to 200 b.i,s,
TENDERS POR SUPPLIES NO. 2.
Coal, Departure Hay, In sacks, short
ton up to 20 tons.
Flour, No. 1, up to COO bids , brand lo
Slate lies, Huston long card up to 300
Milk, condensed, milkmaid biaud
up to 20 cases.
Oil, kerotene up to 300 cases.
Rice, No. 1, up. to MiO bags.
Sugar, law. No. 1 up to 200 bags.
Salmon, best grade up to 'JO bbls.
Soap, blown, 100 lb boxes, 2 lb bars
up to 200 boxes.
Salt, (finiho, per ton up to 500 bags.
I lay and giuln of tho best quality ta
lie delivered nt the excavator stables
near corner of Queen mid South streets.
Tender must be for weight dellveied
at tho stables.
Hay, wheat or oat, up to COO hales,
Oats, up to 400 bags,
Ilrau, wheat, up to 150 bags.
Supplies of tho best quality to bo de
Uevered ut the Insane Asylum In quan
tities icqulred und subject to Inspec
tion nnd approval of the .Medical Su
peilntendent:' Reef, 1 foro quaitcr rumps and
louuds, about 150 lbs per day, per lb.
Ileef steak, loin, 4 His per day.
Hi end, fiesh, ltd loaf, about 40 loaves
Hi cad, medium per Id, 4 cases per
Uenns, Ilajo, ltiO Ids per month.
linking powder, Itojal, boz tins, 1
doz pel mouth.
llruoms, steamboat or mill, 1 doz per
Coffee, green Konn, 100 lbs per month,
Flour, (I. G. or Crown, 1 bbl per
Onions, 1 ciate per month.
Potatoes, Island, 10 hags per mouth.
Putk, oxti.i clear, half barrel per
Rico, No. 1, 7 bags per month.
Salmon, best grade, 3 bbls per month
Sugar, No. 1 iuw, 4 bags per month,
Ten, China Pouchong, 1 chest per
Tomatoes, canned, per doz, 3 cases
Coal, Deparluie Ray, 1 ton per
Good Air. Good View. Good Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
"H" 'H" "HI1 "H "rt
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the MVia Aaxima or Grand
boulevard, and in itself an artisticpjecejbf engineering affords
easy access to all points, ,as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeur at every'furn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work of
construction, equipping and installation placed in the hands o1
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an independent power plant we are prepared to
furnish electric power for lighting, heating and other purposes,
to our home builders at most reasonable rates.
Our reservoirs are now completed and water mains laid so
as to supply each lot. Permits for making water connections
will be granted on application.
An inspection of the attractive homes now building, 01
the names of purchasers of lots, will convince anyone thai
PACIFIC HEIGHTS is the choicest and most select of all the
residence sites of Honolulu.
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BRUCE WARING & CO.
. T?M:,rSr,,,v ,v, ;l
40 Selected ones for $3.00
Comer Hotel and
A SPRING MESSAGE
To Our Friends and Patrons.
3PP:NO IS WITH US once again,
and ii3t tend the scason's.gtccttns
we would like to havo you think of us
(lrtt when you contemplate tho pur
chase of our
IF YOU HAVE BEEN a customer of
Iho ICisli In former years, we will
w.iut ta continue jour patronage; but
If jou ae i,ot within the fold and havo
never ben, vou will mako a mistake,!
If jou will favor us with a call, if you
will allow us to show jou our sptlugi
beautlw In Suits, Shirts, Hats, etc., wo
ni Bare of winning you to tho extent
of giving us a trial this season. Our
nnme receive) consideration nmong all
fashionable dresseii, nnd Is a guaian-'
tee of the best CLOTIUNQ and FUR-1
NISHING GOOD3.AT RIGHT PRICES.
What jou will buy of us will do right,
It imut uo light.
HERE YOU WILL SEE IN OUR
Clothln; tine tailoring at its best; here
jou .will find qualities ns represented
and prices in every Instance tho lowest
ccnslstent with tho grado of our gar
menu We will refund" you jour
money on any aitlcla purchased of ua
that Ij r.ot entltely satisfactory. When
jou are satisfied and pleased we shall
be, but not before. Yes, we nie mak
ing a bid for your trade. Can w-e have
It? SINCERELY YOURS,
Telephones 676 and 96,
P. O. Box ss8
To Our EnstllilvSpeaklnK Friends:
1 ns umntie mercnants and residents of n..u.. c, .. ...mi c, .
the Hawaiian Isands. represented by the 'rrep.r.i?,.51 SSKKriS
undersigned, -elng desirous of provldlnRi ,,nll""tu""iurtlnihwjyoicrnceornortiixturti
lor meir J)nsa tnorougn anu comprehen
slvo eduction In English, raised In pledges
from A'Jgujt to December, suilklent funds
to justify them In undertaking to erect
commodious buildings for this purpise In
Kamakea, The contract was let ar.d
the main bulldlngpartlally completed,
when the plague broke out and
Interrupted the work. As you well
know, )cr countrvmen have been the
greatest sufferers Irom thK epidemic and
the firei conrected with It. Conequentl
those who greroulv subscribed toward
the school ente-prlse, being called upon to
donate Urge sums for the relief or their
fellow -..ountrv men who have suffered
severely from the fire, find themselves un
able to fulfill their pledges at pr sent. The
m nn but' Jlng Is now on the pilnt of com
pletion, ar n the contractor, himself home
le's, Is In great need of his money.
In this emergency, and became we be
lieve uu rec.gulze that our motives in
underta'clng tnfs enterprise were philan
thropic, ic.- objM a commendable one,
and ilut we are In no wise at fault for the
straits In vv hUi we now find ourselves;
we therefore sillclt sich contributions to
our present needs as v our benlficenct w III
allow. Send all c .sh or pledkes to Wonv
Kwui, Box cm, Honolulu.
Very rpe.tlu!ly yours.
I55imi L. AHLO.
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prices, terms, etc., apply a
And all kinds of Furniture.
,Tr . , , .
Wei'MOKe - BOOK - Cases
AND SUE THE DISPLAY
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It
Tim OUST IS Ctll!AIl!ST
thertfort our blJ It itv Itn lot
MCIUM Inert art no bttier eonJi n.j. ih.n th..
, I When nu ire fulni; up lh oM itort or
1 rlinn'nj new one consult 111 regarJInjr how to
do It In ttyle
'""""""""''" ,nn,,J0IJ t,sinji
Plim a ill Jetlgns lor Hie asking ol
Lewers & Cooke,
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Haints
For hsle by
Hawaiian Mews Qo