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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1900.
vfubllehptl Ever? Dav except Sunday.
at 210 Kins Stiert, Ilunululu,
II. I., by the
BULLETIN rLULISUINQ COMPANY.
lintcrcil nt the I'oM Office In
Ilottolulii, Territory of llmwill, iih
ccotul-cln8 111 til I mutter.
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Tost Office Box 718
BATUIUUY Jt't.Y 7, 19U0.
Trcnsunr I.anslng'a record for
EtrnlKhtforunrd business dealing Is so
'well t'stnlilislied In this euuntrv that
charges of favoritism In granting
lliiuor licenses have no Harlcu'nr In
fluence on the opinion of tha general
public. Under the law uvogniel din
ing the monarchy and the Republic the
saloon limits defined do not Include tho
water front. The Territory has not
repealed this regulation.
jiawnns uepuuucan delegates Kept
good their word to be fltat In the van
for the nomination of Wm. McKlnley
tor President of the United States. Col.
Parker made a hit as he always docs
whereer he goes on the Mainland,
nnd what could he more eharacteilstlc
than Parker', u.nrnlne II.p .lienor'.
table for the time being In older to
rnlso Hawaii's standard high above all
othei States and Territories. Accord
ing to all nccoti.it the eu'iiti of tin;
Convention, outside the cnthuslrsui lor
the candidates, would not be worth
mentioning If It had not been fur Ha
waii. The experience of Admiral Seymour's
nnd the demand made upon the Powers
for iridic troops ale positive Indications
that the China war Is not a six d ly
picnic een fiom the modern mllltaiv
standpoint. The Chinese hav? at l-att
profited b civilization to the extent
of suppljing themselves with modem
weapons and beioinlng fiin piolleiiut
In their ue. K.ir from -apnllv clearing
up by virtue of the comliln, il European
nnd Alllerlr.'lll t)li'KHin-t lirtmrrlit In li.'iir
the situation Is dally heeumlui more!
serious nnd the II1111I oution.e Impos-
slble to forecast. Up to the piesent the
real Interest In the Chinese embrogllo
has been centered In tho possible com-1
plications arising after Peking had
been occupied. It now dawns i.pon
tho civilized mind tint the Chinese
capital cannot be captured by any bfiinll
force of modern soldiery. The Chinese
determination to light the iiaaenilileil
powers cannot be tpiestloa-1. There Ij
a good slztd war on hand to be settled
before the Jealous repro,entatlea of
civilization have an opportunity to dis
agree over the spoils.
THE LATE CHIEF JUSTICE.
(Continued from page 1.)
many dllllcult nnd delicate questions of
national and racial Issues, anil always
without hesitation nci ordln,'; to his
honest convictions. I'he native Hawii:
linns came to him for ntlvlca ns chll
dicn to n father.
Mr, Kauliikou also delivered nil ad
dress In Hawaiian. Th? life of the
Chief Justhe spread lUelf before his
vision, nnd he stood there with rorrnw
and deep rcgiet for the loss of a friend
to the Hnwalians.
Mr. Crelghton told of his experience
of the lamented Jurist while, as Deputy
Attorney (lateral, he tiavele.l the cir
cuits with him. A mure genial com
panion, n more agreeable fellow-Havel-er,
could not have been founi.. Ills
knowledge of localities and tlu-lr Mo
tor leu I associations mil tndltlous
made his company must Inteiestlug. Ah,
a Judge his decisions had always been
received with respect.
Mr, Ifankey desired to pay his tri
bute as a comparatle etranger. He
was one of the ruon who I111J nude the Ir
mark. This ho had accomplished
through great abilities nnd beautiful
W. O. Smith said there were only a
few members of the bar present who
were here when Chief Justice Jiidd took
his high olllce. Tho Supicme Couit
during his Incumbency was above re
proach. It has been respected by the
people, llawnllans ns well as foreign
ers. A great deal of credit Is due to
tho Chief Justice for the high character
of tho Judlclt.y.
Mr. MeCnnts Stewart had biought a
letter of Introduction to the la'.o Cnlef
Justice. He had met the Lord Chief
Justice of ICnglnud and the Chief Jus
tice of New York, hut had never got
over tho feeling that with each of them
ho was In the presence of a Judge. With
Mr. Jitdd within 11 moment he almost
forgot that he was In the presence of
the Chief Justice of tho Hawaiian Isl
ands, feeling rnther that h" was mak
ing the ucuunlntanro of a splendid gen- I
tlemnn. As a judge he was always
conscientious, painstaking and Itiboil
oils. K. V. Dole, tho Attorney (lenernl,
referred to the more than -5 yeats In
which Mr. Judd had tilled hlb Mjfh
olllce, with fnlthfulneijj, with con
scientiousness, with JuMlio.
Mr. Hatch regarded th death of
Chief Justice Judd as being of the na
ture of a public l jl.lNll'V, ID loan 1 K
experience of .1 mat. who was so full of
thn tiaditlous 01 the land Ju. when
the Court was ente,iig on n n w
Chief Justice W. U .Krear read a bio
graphical sketch of lur pi ijilrs cKsor, re
ferring to the different event lu his
career. In conclusion the Chief Justice
ordered the it solution spread upon (ho
IN Tllti SUPREME COURT UP
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
0;?DEI' FOR A SPECIAL TERM.
' tiv m- .e
an.l tf-em he
of the statute In
maJr and provlJrd
It nei.t.ity to the
I prorwt'nn t
itlce, It l orJered that a
SrecM 'lerm 01 lie Supreme ourt of the
Tirrltorvot Ha tali be held In Honolulu.
Uiand of Oilni. 111 the Court Room of the
snJ Court, connneiic dr at 10 o'clock a. in.
on IUESlJY,thetenthJa of July, looo.
Ily the Court:
Clrk Supreme durt of the Territory
Dated at Honulul.i aforesaid, this lxth
day of July, lyoo. 1 $7utj
In the Supreme Court of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii June Term,
19(H). Grand Juries.
1. wiikn iu:quuti:i).
, "No person shall be held to answer
for a capital, or otherwise Infamous
crime, unless on n presentment of In-
, dletnieiit of a grand Jury, except In
I cases arising In the land or naval
I forces, or In the militia, when In mtunl
servlco In time of war or public dan-
, ger." U. S. Const., Amend., Art. 5.
2. HOW DRAWN.
"Until otherwise provided by tho
Legislature of the Territory, irrand lur-
, ie8 mnv ,,e ,lrnwll ,,, lhv nmniler ,)ro.
(ll.,, ,jy thc Huwatlan statutes for
f ,irnwlllK ,,cUy jre8... 0rg. Act, See,
, 3 QUA,jIK.CATIONS OK JUItOUS.
I "No ',crBon who '" not " mnl cltlz"
I of t,le UnlU''1 S,ntea ","1 twenty-one
years of age and who can not under-
N""'''"? !'. ail nnd write the
Ungllsh language shall he a (unllilcd
Juror or grand Juror In tho Territory of
Hawaii," "nnd nil Jurors shall here
after be constituted without lefcrenen
to the rnc or place of nativity of the
Jurors." Org. Act, Sec. S3.
"The number of grand Jurors In each
circuit shall be not less than thlrttcn"
nor more than twenty-three. See Org.
Act, Sec. S3.
"Until otherwise piovjdcd by th
Legislature of tho Territory, grand
Juries shall sit at such
times ns the clicult Judges of the re
spective circuits shall dlicct." Org. Act
Ucfoio the grand Jury retires, the
prosecuting olllecr or uny person held
'" nnswer a charge for u. criminal of-
1;"8i' 'nay cnniiengo the panel or an
Individual Juror, for causo to be as
signed to the court. All such chal
lenges shall bo tried and determined by
Prom the persons summoned to servo
ns grand Jurors and nppearalng, tho
court shall appoint n foreman, nnd may
remove him for cause. The court may
appoint another foreman when tho ne
8. OATH OK MIAKI) JUItOHS.
Substantially the following oath
shall be administered to tho gruiyl
"You, and each of you, do solemnly
swear (or alllrm) that you will dili
gently Inquire, nnd true presentment
make, of nil such matters and things as
eliull be given you lu charge, or shall
otherwise come to your knowledge
touching this present service; thai you
will present no one through envy, nat
ted, or malice, nor leave any one im
plemented through fear, favor, affection!
gain, reward or hope therefor, but will
present nil things truly ns they come,
to your knowledge, according to tho
best of your understanding: nnd thai'
you will keep Becret tho iirocecdingti'
had before you."
9. CUAUUI-; OK THK COURT.
The grand Jury, being Impanelled
and sworn, shall ho charged by the
court. In doing so, the court shall give
them such Information ns It may deem
pioper as to their duties and as to tho
law pertaining to such cases us .nay
come before them. The court may fur
ther charge the Jury when the necessity
10. OFKICini IN ATTKNIJANCK.
The court may appoint nn officer to
attend upon the gland Jury.
11. hi:tiiu:mi:nt ok thu quand
The grand Jury shall then retire
to a prlvato room nnd Inquire Into the
offenses cognizable by them.
The grand Jury mny appoint one of
their number to be nelr clerk, to pre
serve minutes of the proceedings he
fore them, which minutes shall be de
livered to the prosecuting olllcer, whin
so directed by tho grand Jury.
13. SUI1POENA OK WITNIISSUS.
"The several circuit courts may sub
poena witnesses to appear before the
grand Jury In like manner ns they sub
poena witnesses to appear before their
respective courts." Oig. Act, Sec. S3.
U. SWKAItlNG WITNKS8US.
Witnesses uppcurlng before tho
grand July may he sworn In open
lourt or by the foreman of the grand
Jury, or. In his absence, by any member
The outh or ulllrmntlon may be sub
stantially us follow h;
rfOF LATEST PATTERNS?-
Have just been received. Also a new lot of FRAMES and
EASELS. We make Picture Frames to order, and irom our
large stock of Mouldings can suit any taste.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
"You do solemnly swear (or affirm)
that the evidence which you shall give
before the grnnd Jury shall he the
truth, thc whole truth, and nothing
but the truth."
IB. PUKSUNCi: OK OTIIUHS WITH
The prosecuting olllcer or tiny mem
ber of the grand Jury may Interrogate
' witnesses before the grand Jury.
prosecuting olllcer shall advise the
grand Jury lu regnrd to the law of the
cases that come before them, nnd draw
An Interpreter may be present nt the
examination of witnesses before the
Uxcept the prosecuting olllcer, Inter
1 preter. and witnesses under examlm-
tlon, no person shall be permitted to he
, present during the sessions of tie
1 No person except the members of the
I grand Jury shall he permitted to be
present during the expression of their
I opinions, or the giving of their votes.
ic. twi:lvi: grand jurors to
No Indictment shall ho found, nor
shull any presentment be made, with
out tho concurrence of at least twelvo
17. INDORSEMENT I)Y FOREMAN
AND I'llOSECUTINO OKKICUR.
An Indictment when found shall bo
Indorsed, "A true bill," nnd such In
dorsement shnll bo signed by the fore
man. An Indictment shall be indorsed
nlso by the prosecuting officer. A pre
sentment, when made, shall be signed
by the foreman.
18. PRESENTING AND FILING.
Indictments or presentments, when
found, shall be presented by tho fore
man, In the piescnco of the other
grand Jurors, to the Court, and shall
there be filed; but such as nre found
for 11 felony against any person not In
custody or under rceognlznnce, shall
not bo open to the Inspection of any
person except the prosecuting olllcer,
until the defendant therein shall havo
The foregoing rules relating to grand
Juries are hereby prescribed.
Ily the Court:
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, July
' B, 1900.
Are You a Lover
POETRY OF SUMAtER ?
If so, you will like our stock of Summer
Neckwear. Here Is concord and rythm,
tentlment anil patriotism The beautiful
Is wotked Into the most d-llcate shades of
Silk, ot which the like has never been
The attention given to the making of
beauilful Neckwear shows the importance
attached to it as an article of dress.
Make your choice now and get the best
at popular prices.
Good Taste and
In our Men's, Boys' and
Clothing lifts It out of the ready-made rut
and adds 2 per cent to Its value
might pay you to look at our lines.
TWO STORES, TWO STOCKS,
P. O. Uox 558.
ci and 670.
i) and 1 1 Hotel street and corner of l-'ort
and Hotel street.
Pacific Cjclc Co.
Thn following named persons have
this day been appointed Commission
ers of Grades for tho City of Honolulu:
Messrs. W. B. ROWELL. MAUSTON
CAMPHELL and W. E. WALL.
JOHN A. McCANDLKSS,
Superintendent of Puhlli; Works.
Public; Works Department, Honolulu,
II. T July 3, 1900.
W G. Ashley, Esq., has this day been
appolned a Notary Public for the District
of Honolulu, In the First Judicial Circuit
of the Territory of Hawaii.
E. P. DOLE,
Office of the Attorney General, July 5,
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, aro hereby notified
that tho hours for Irrigation purposes
are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4to 6 o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Work.
Approved by A. YOUNG,
Minister of Interior,
Honolulu, June 14, 1899.
City Furniture Store
H. II. WILLIAMS, Manager.
IF'-a.ll line of ::
LARGE VARIETY OF BEDROOM SETS
Parlor Rockers, Baby Carriages, etc.
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 840. NIGHT BELL ON DOOR.
Residence 777 Fort St., neur Vineyard St. Telephone jind Night Cull. 8-iO.
Good Air. Good View. Goon Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
boulevard, and in itself an artistic piece of engineering affords
easy access to all points, as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and t!ie 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 purpose,
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, or
the names of purchasers of lots, will convince anyone that
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.
40 Selected ones for $3.00
FOR SALE AT THE-
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
Comer Hotel and Alakea Streets.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It
THO UBAT IS CHGAPUST
ttierofur our bli It llwiyi Ifie lowttt
tccauu ihrrf ar no better gooit unit thtn tho
i When yau r, filing up iht otj ttort or
pUnnlnc a new ant concult us lertrdlnc how to
da It In ityte.
l Dtit4i Slni ni DUpUy riiturci wt r
prprej tu figure with you on ny kind o( Interior
flnltli ur furnlturt In ltt wiy of ntneo or ttor fixture
r-irtltlon thriving, etc.. In hM wooit of all klnJt.
Plint and deilsnt for the atklng of
Lowers & Cooke,
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TTUIIR UI1K WJl Ol II1C niUU 3UI1R Wai
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vu. lias mhu ins interest in
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CIioiir Gat Chong, (k).
MaU SUNG WAI CO.
Honolulu, July 3, igoo. 1575-12
W.AUSTIN WHITING has resumed
the general practice of law and taken the
law offices of Hon. A. S. Humphreys,
corner Bethel and King streets, Honolulu,
P.O. Box 035. I57frmi
..YOU WILL NEED
.FOR YOUR OFFICE
And all kinds of Furniture.
Wernicke - Book - Cases
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
Card of Thanks.
Th. Oh... ttf... A !-,,- , -, .
' ""suun ,unk nvxKiauon aesires 10
nilh .- vnr.lllk.U .!. 11. 1
r--...j v.-,..vdd ,j tdutma ,u, me LUIUiai
reception extenJeJ to our reformer Leone
t-lil-tso on his visits to the several Islands.
A. YIW SHEW,
Cnrd ' Thanks.
I desire to return my thanks to the peo-
pie of the Islands of Hawaii, Maul, Kauai
and Oahu for the cordial reception extend-
ed to me, and assurances of assistance In
behalf of the principles I represent.
I575-Jt LEONG CHI-TSO.
Hcdpv Watcrhoiise & Co.
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