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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H.
fubllshod Kvcry Day except Sunday.
at 21U King Street, Honolulu,
H. I., by the
2UM.I2T1N PUULISHlNO COMPANY.
ISntcrcil nt the Powt Olllcc In
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, n
ttccond-cliiKH mall mutter.
W7ll. KilUtlNOTON. Edlloi
DANIUL L0UAN City I'tlltfr
Per moutli. anywhere "l It. I....? 75
Fer year. In H. I S-CO
Per year, postpaid, XI. S., Canada
or Mexico 10.0U
Iter year postpaid, oJier foreign
foyahlc Invariably In advance.'
, Tclephono 1 23G
Tostomco Uox 718
Fill DAY Jl'l.Y fi, 1900.
Should the Orpheum llrenre cptestloii
lie rcternd to the people, there Ir no
doubt n to the fnvornble returns.
liaising the teachers' salaries Is one
of the most popular In the lltt of good
works that the Hoard of Kdiicatlon can
perform. Considering the cost of liv
ing, there nre few countries where the
school trnrhcrs ate treated with less
liberality than In Hawaii.
Uncle Sam has never gained n more
loyal wt of men us naturalized citizens
than those now being nddrd to the Hit
before the Supreme Court of Hawnl..
These gentlemen by their long resi
dence have not oulv proved themselves
good i'1'lzptis. but In mote than one In
Btatitr lijve stepped Into the breach to
assist In upholding the Aemrlran poli
cy In th lslni'ila and earning It to the
happy conclusion In which they now
A Lima. Peru, dispatch gives an nc
count of the destruction by lire of 1.
celebrated .convent located In nn In
terior ptovlme. "The fire and an
other they attribute to the efforts and
propogiimla of the Amcilcnn mirslon
nrics In that section" Is the closing
(entente of the despatch. If tiiore is
unythiug under the canopy for t.hlcli
Aniciiinn missionaries have not nt
0110 time 01 another been held tespoii
Elble, It ought to be published. It has
become almost nn axiom, "When in
doubt blame the missionaries."
It bus ever been a characteristic of
tho Prohibition party to count Its elec
toral chickens before they hatch. Un
der the Intoxication of a cold water
plpo-drei.ni, this party has for yenra
past declared, previous to tho election,
but the df nth knell of the old patties
has been sounded and upon the ruins
I'rohllitlon will rise triumphant. With
equal regularity the parties of bigotry
and calamity have gone down to defeat
befoie the sound sense of n progressive
people. The Prohibition war cry Is as
harmless this year as It ever has been.
Among the nllles which tho Demo
crats are free to draw upon for th nn
tlonnl campaign 111 e scheduled Agtilnul
do, Oom Paul nnd the Kuipnss Dow
ager with her phalanx of HoxeiH.
Agulnaldo Is n bright and shining ad
vocate of free sliver for puichaslng
patriotism, Oom Paul can uphold the
honor of Popullstlc whiskers, w hlli the
impress Dowager represents calamity
of an approved typo that should satisfy
Sir. Bryan's most pesslmlstle moments.
With these additions and n heavy Am
trlbntlon to tho campaign fund fiom
the New York Ice trust, tho Ijemocrats
ought to be able to make a showing
that will put In the shade tho most
gorgeous three ringed circus ll.iruiim
tllH CONTEST CLOSED.
Lenders in the elfort to put down the
Evening Ilullctln's teachers' contest,
and thereby prevent one of the public
school teachers from enjoying 11 vaca
tion trip ut the hands of friends must
now know what lack of wisdom charac
terized their endeavors. Although there
tviib u determined ntteinpt made
through Jealous and sleepy contempor
aries to defeat tho Ilullctln's good
Aork, tho people ipilckly saw tho ino
tlvo of tho attack nnd refused it any de
gree of support. Dallots were gathered
by sthoql children nnd parents and its
tho contest proceeded teachers them
selves become actlvo In the support of
the leaders. The result 0' tho tonttst
in a division of honoiu between Drother
Ilertram of St. I-ouIb College and J. V.
Scott of Kauai was highly satisfactory
to the friends of both these popular
gentlemen. Although Drother Ilertram
hud Informed his friends that It Miutd
bo Impossible for hlin to tnnko n vaca
tion trip, the Intense loyalty of the
boys of tho college could not be le
struined fiom placing themselves on
moid us elver on tlio alert to keep
their tollege In the lead.
Tho large number of votes given J.
F. Scott Is 11 titling tribute tu his long
and acceptable seivico In the. public
schools of the Islands. Touchers,
scholnis nnd Hit- huge number of
friends thioughout tho Territory will
Join In making .Mr. Scott's vote iiiiiiul-
TIME FOR ACTION.
With the shouting and celebration
periods of .Hawaii's llrst American
steps passed on to history. It bMiooves
the people to lose no time In taking up'
tlin 1 ttt.ltn tirnltlnma tifntiftttml li
th miMi'-'il demand for decentrallz
iiip and li.i illzlng the government of
the Terr! ry. Unquestionably power
ful InPmtiees will be In-oueht to binr to
stnvc oil municipal organization mid
continue tht iircxcnt methods. The
polliy of delay will not Ik siKctssful.
The zentlnictr. among the people on
this anil the other Islands in favor of
touu, count) and city corporations is
too sltong to overcome. The first
Legislature wll Iwlthout doubt go Into
otflce with n 111.1 lorlty pledged to enact
a Ktnei nl imiiihlpnl law.
If good bitsinehj adinliilstratlon Is to
be secured, tin. general outline for
legislative action must be given prompt
nnd eateful attention. Practical mn
and theoretical cranks, rnilluils ami
conservatives Rlionld get down to non
partisan public spirited busliieiw with
the end In view that the Kegtslntutc
may be better able to enact a law
which In Its general outline shall have
received the mature deliberation of the
people and will prove ncctptihK to
them. This can only be accomplished
by the people themselves taklii; tht
initiative; the sooner the better. The
civic federation or the (,'liainticr of
Commerce Is looked to fo- the Inau
guration of the movement. 0n or
both sh'pild act without further unne
Little Rrock (Aw), June 25. The most
Interesting contest expect'd to come before
tht Democratic State Convention, which
assembles here tomorrow, was settle J this
afternoon when Congressman Mcltae an1
nounced that he would not be a cindldate
to succeed himself as National Committee'
man, thus giving .1 clear lielJ to ex-Gov
ernor James I. Clarke, This is consider
ed .1 defeat for Sen.ito James K, Jones,
chairman of Undemocratic National Com
ml'tet, who favored McK.ie. ClatK Is
generally understood to be a candidate for
Un'ted States Senator tvvc ears hence
agalns Senator Jones.
CiiHHlnl Mciy Succeed Mur-nvleff.
1 endon, June 26. The Paris corrop.m
dent ef the Dally Epres says: Four 1
Ruslan Emb.isadots are here, by accl
dent or design Count Cnssinl, Embassa
dor to the UniteJ States; Count de Neldoff,
Embassador to Italy; Con it Kapnlst, Em
b.iN3jor to Austrivllungary, and Prince
Ou ossoft, Embassador to France, It is
said that Count Muravietf's successor at
the usl.m Foreign Ollice will be one of
the.e. and I am Informed that Count Cas
slnl stands the best chance.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
ORDER FOR A SPSCIAL TERM.
Bv virtue of the statute In
such cases made and pruvIJed
and deeming ll nectssaty to the
promotion of justice, It Is ordered that a
Specal Term of the Supreme Court of the
Territory of Hawaii be held in Honolulu.
Island of Oshu. In the Court Room of the
said Court, commencing at 10 o'clock a, m,
on TUESDAY, the tenth day of July, 1900,
By the Court:
Cltrk Supreme Cjurt of the Territory
Dated at Honolulu aforesaid, this sixth
Jay of July, 1000. I576t)
In the Supreme Court of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii June Term,
191X1. Grand Juries.
1, wnn.N ri:ql'iri:d.
"So person shall bo held to answer
for a capital, or otheiwiso Infamous
crime, unless on u piei-cntment of in
dictment of a grand Jury, except In
cases arising In the land or naval
fotccs, or In the militia, when In actual
service In tlmo of war or public dun
gcr." U. S. Const., Amend., Art. 5.
2. HOW DRAWN.
"Until otherwise ptovlded by the
Legislature of the Territory, grand Jur
ies may bo drawn In thu manner pro
vided by the Hawaiian statutes for
drawing petty Juries." Org'. Act, Sec,
. 3. QUALIFICATIONS OP JUROIIS.' '
"No person who is not a male citizen
of the United States nnd twenty-one
years of ago und who can 'not under
standing!)' speak, read and write tho
English language shall be a ipialillcd
Juror or giund Juror in the Territory of
Hawaii," "und ull Jurors shall here
after be constituted without refeienee
to the race or place of nativity uf the
Jurors." Org. Act, Sec)83.
4. NUMUF-R OP JURORS.
"The number of grand Juiors In ench
circuit shall bo not less thnti thirteen"
nor more than twenty-three. See Org.
Act, Sec. t3. '
"Until otheiwiso provided by tin
T.eglslatuie of the Territory, grand
Juries slmll sit nt such
times us the clicult Judges of the re
spective clicults shall dliect." Org. Art,
Hefoie tho grand Jury letlres, thu
priitecutiiig olllcer or any p"rnu held
tu alien er u charge for a eilmliml of-
fetike, may challenge thu panel or nn':
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( r$OF LATEST PATTERNS
Have just been received. Also a new lot of FRAMES and
EASELS. We make Picture
large stock of Mouldings can
The Pacific Hardware Co.,
individual Juror, for cause to be as
signed to the court. All such chal
lenges shall bo tried nnd determined by
from the persons summoned to serve
as gland Jurors and nppearalng, the
court shall appoint a foreman, and may
lenitive him for cause. The court may
appoint another foreman when the ne
S. OATH OP (IRANI) JTK0118.
Substantially the folluwlng oath
shall be administered to the ginnd
"You, nnd each of you, do solemnly
swear (or nlllrm) that you will dill-
gently Infinite, and true presentment
nuiKe, of nil such matters nnd thing), us
cliiill be given you In charge, or shall
ntlu rwlse come to your knowledge
lunching this present servile; that you
will priVeut no on? through envy, hat
red, or malice, nor leave any one 1111-
I presented through fear, favor, affection
1 gain, reward or hope therefor, but will
present all things truly as they como
to your knowledge, according to thu
best of your understanding: and that
you will keep secret tho proceedings
hud before you."
j. chahoi: op Tin: court.
The grand Jury, being Impanelled
nnd sworn, shall be charged by the
court. In doing so, the court shall glvo
them such Information as it may deem
proper us to their duties and ns to tho
law pertaining to such cases us .nay
como before them. The court may fur-
ther charge the Jury when the necessity
10. OFKICKR IN ATTKNIMNCK.
The court may appoint an officer to
attend upon the grand Jury.
11. ni7ruti:.Mi:NT op tih; guano
The grand Jury slinll then retire
to it private room and Imiulro Into thu
offenses cognizable by them.
The grand Jury may appoint one of
their number to bo nelr clerk, to pie
serve minutes of the procwdlngj be
foie them, which minutes shall be de
llvi red to tho prosecuting olQcer, when
so directed by the grand Jury,
'J J,3. SU11P0KNA OP WITNESSES.
"The several circuit courts may sub
poena witnesses to appear before the
grand Jury In like manner ns they sub
poena witnesses to appear betqtc their
respective courts." Org. Act, See. S3.
14. SWKARINO WITNESSES.
Witnesses appearing before tho
grand Jury mny be sworn in open
court or by the foreman of thu grand
Jury, or. In his absence, by any member
The oath or affirmation may be sub
stantially as follows:
"You do bolemnly swear (or nlllrm)
that the evidence which you shall glvo
before the grand Jury shall bo tho
truth, the whole .irutlii, untl nothing
but the truth."
in. prksi:nci: or othcrs with
Tho prosecuting olllcer or any mem
ber of the grand Jury may Intenogute
witnesses before thu grand Jury, Tho
prosecuting olllcer hhull advise tho
grand Jury In regard to the law of tho
cuses that come before them, mid draw
An Interpreter mny bo present nt the
examination of witnesses before the
Except tho prosecuting olllcer, Inter
preter, and witnesses under examina
tion, no peinon shall be- permitted tu bo
present during the sessions of the
No person except thu members of tho
giand Jury shall bu permitted to bo
present during tho expression of their
opinions, or the giving of their votes.
10. TWHI.Vi: (IRANI) JURORS TO
No Indictment shall bu found
1 shall any prin'iitmeut be made, with
nut the ciintiirreucu of ut least twelve
Frames to order, and from our
suit any taste.
17. INDORSEMENT 1JY FOREMAN
AND PROSKCPTINO OFFICER.
An Indictment when found slinll bo
Indorsed, "A true bill," und such In
dorsement shall be signed by the foro
mati. An Indictment Bhnll be Indorsed
also by the prosecuting olllcer. A pre
sentment, when made, shall bo signed
by the foreman.
IS. PRESENTING AND Fli.INCI.
Indictments or presentments, when
found, shall bu pnsented by tho fore
man, In tho prestnro of tho other
grand Jurors, to the Court, nnd slinll
there be filed; but such as lire found
for u felony against any person not In
custody or tinder recognizance, shall
not be open to the Inspection of any
person except the prosecuting olllcer,
until tho defendant therein shall have
The foregoing rules relating to grand
Juries arc hereby prescribed.
IJy the Court:
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, July
Holders ot water privileges, or those
puytng water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for Irrigation purposes
are from t! to '8 o'clock a. m. and from
to t o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNG,
Minister ot Interior.
Honolulu, June 14, 1699.
The following named persons have
this day been appointed Commission
ers of Grades for tho City of Honolulu:
Messrs. W. E. HOWELL, MAH8TON
CAMP11ELL und W. E. WALL.
JOHN A. McCANDLESS,
.Superintendent of Public Works.
Public Works Department, Honolulu,
H. T July 3, 1800.
W G. Ashley, Esq., has this day been
appoinej a Notary Public for the District
of Honolulu, In the Flrt Judicial Circuit
of the Territory of Hawaii.
E: P. DOLE,
Office uf the Attorney General, July 5,
Pacific Cycle Co.
Good Air, Good View. Goon Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
ICaiuIani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
boulevard, and in itself an artistic piece of engineering affords
easy .access to all poinis, as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work of
construction, equipping and installation placed in the hands of
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.
For further information, prices, terms, etc., apply a
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
HAWAIIAN SONGS J
40 Selected ones ' for $3.00
FOR SALE AT THE-
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
Comer Hotel and Alakea Streets.
A SPRING MESSAGE
To Our Friends and Patrons.
SPRINO IS WITH US onco again,
and as we extend the season's greeting
wo would like to bare you think ot us
first when you contcmplato tho pur
chase ot your
IF YOU HAVE DEEN a customer ot
The Kash In former years, wo will
want to continue your patronage; but
If you are not within the told and have
never been, you will make a mistake.
If you will favor us with a call. It you
will allow us to show you our spring
beautloi In Suits, Shirts, Hats, etc., we
are sure ot winning you to the extent
ot giving us a trial this season. Our
name receive! consideration among all
fashionable dressers, and Is a'guaran
teo of the beat CLOTHING and FUR
NISHING OOODS.AT IIIQHT PRICES,
What you will buy of us will be right,
it must be right.
HERE YOU WILL SEE IN OUR
Clothing fine tailoring at Us best; here
you will find qualities as represented,
and prices In every Instance tho lowest
consistent with the grade ot our gar
ments, we will refund you your
money on any article purchased of us
that Is not entirely satisfactory. When
you are satisfied and pleased we shall
be, but not before. Yes, we are mak
ing a bid for your trade. Can wo have
It? SINCERELY YOURS,
Telephones 676 and 96,
P. O. Box 558
To Our English-Speaking Friends:
The Chinese merchants and residents of
the Hawaiian Is'andj, represented bv the
undersigned, lelng desirous of providing
for their sons j thorough and comprehen
sive educvtlon in English, raised In pledges
from August to Decembe', vjrficlent funds
to justify them In undertaking to erect
co mm odious buildings for this purpose In
Kamakela. The contract was let ar.d
the main buildlngpartlally completed,
when the plague broke out and
Interrupted the work. As you well
know, our countrymen have been the
greatest sufferers from this epidemic and
the fires connected with It. Conequentl
those who generoulv subscribed toward
the school enterprise, being called upon to
donate large sums for the relief or their
fellovv-counttymen who have suffered
severely from the fire, find themselves un-
ab e to fulfill t he r p edees at orsent. The
m iln building Is now on the point of com
pietion, at.n me contractor, nimsell home-
s. Is In creat need of Ills monev.
In this emergency, and became
lleve you recognize that our motives In
undertaking this entetprlse were philan
thropic, our object a commendable cne,
and tint we are in no wise at fault for the
straits In which we now find ourselves:
l'a !hrf-ir HIIMt euli vntrlkntlnnar ten
our present needs as vour btnificeiice will
ill.... C....1 ll ..1. ... Kl..t.... .. ir
u,iu. WtllU .111 S.J9IIWI lCU;r3 IU VVUIlg
Kwal, Box 94, Honolulu.
Very rt-siKcttully yours.
Hum L. AliLO.
..YOU WILL NEED
.FOR YOUR OFFICE
And all kinds of Furniture.
Wernioke - Book. - Cases
QUHH STRtET -
AND SEE fllE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC AtETAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It
THIS BUST IS CHBAPBST .
thircfore our bid Is always tht lows!
Imcium thers art no better goods mads than thoas
t When you are filing up the old stors or
planning a new oneconsult us regarding how to
do It In style.
: Bellies Signs and Display Futures we ans
prepared M figure with you on any kind of Interior
nmin or furniture in ine way or otnee or store natures
partition shelving, etc.. In hard woods of alt kinds.
Plans and designs for the asking of
Lowers ft Coofc
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
?or H'H ''-'
Henry WalcrhoMse & Co.
Hawaiian News Co,,