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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I.. TUESDAY. JULY to, 1900.
published Every Day except Sunday.
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
H. I., by the
UULt.RTlN PCIH.IRIIINO COMPANY.
ISntcrcil nt the lt Office In
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, on
Hecond-cliiHH 111 tt 1 1 mutter.
W. II. tUttlUXUTON lMltor
DANH3L LOGAN City Kdltoi
, Telephone 250
Post Offlce Hox 718
.JULY 10, 1'JH'i
Since Hawnll In an American Terri
tory, the old time lA'pieBslon, ' Yon
perhaps don't underctnnd how we run
things," g marked otf the list.
It's pretty hard ln.cn when shln
wrecked sailors tcacfi a haven ot safe
ty and civilization only to find their
institution more fo'rtlhly Impressed
upon them than (hiring t lit Ir stay on u
The Pioneer Hulldlng and Loan As
sociation Is one of the iin.t t thrifty ten-eai-olds
the business progress of Ha
waii has ever turned out. lleijt of all
It Is the great home builder of the Ter
ritory In which foreign lords hai no
place to leech the people of their
When Manager l.owrb
Iinbllc that his first love
plantation hut Spreckelsvllle Is on the
high read to more ninztilllceut lln.m
clal glory. ImeMors In Hawaiian se
curities mav rest .isiuri'il that Hawaii
Is merely taking the Hrvt steps In the
development of Its sugar ludustiy.
General Davis's report on the I'orto '
lllcnn suggests that the citizens uf this
new island poaqomlirt will be valuable
lecrults to the armv that "Don't wnnt
110 work." Which explains the reasoa
for the Democratic claim that I'orto
lllco should be granted immediate ad
mission to the I'nlon v'thout leielv
lug Instrurtlan In Hip responslbllltlei
of American iltzenshp.
New pavements, new sidewalks, etc.,
etc., are nil right and e wry hotly hope1)
Honolulu will be the happy possessor
of thtse'blesslngs of the modern city.
Hut what will cieate more satisfaction
uniong nil classes In all rectlons of the
tlty. Is the prompt repair cf the streets
that the sewer layliu hns made 11101 0
like plowed llehls than suythlng else.
The strict that Is not cut up wltu
mountain ridges, Is usually decorated
with ciually dlsagrtrahle guUlies,
which make the pathway of bicycle or
carriage anything hut smooth.
The post mortem '.vhhli Is being held
over the national K( publican plat
form serves to air the ictKonal Ideas jf
u number of good citizens, but Its
value hns et to lie tsl.ihllshid. The
ltepubllcan platform ns adopted by the
convention endorses thi McKlnley ad
ministration and promise.! u continua
tion of the same sound busliuss policy
nfter the November elections. The
ltepubllcan party has no apologies to ,
make for the past and Its platform 'b j
made up of planks en aled by wise and
honest legislation while In power.
Theie Is no neceslsty te w tangle over
the exact manner In which 3tatemci)s
to this effect were" vordnl.
While the Governor' Council has the
opening of Tantalus lots vnde. ,ne,.
slon, Commissioner of Agriculture Tay
lor should not forget that the old
Hoard of Agrlcultiut vrcpod to s-t
niiart 11 portion of tiio Tutit.iliis land
for jiark purposes. The site se
lected, It will be lemrmbcred was turn
ed oer tti(V. It .Caat'e, nlthough the
Irtldent'8 land order prevented the
completion of tho tnnsfer The then
Hoard of Agrltultute made a furth t
protmt and the nu'ior iltopped. As
fyrmer stcretnry of th" I oard Commls- I
alonei1 TnVlor Is woll nciiualnted with
tho facts of tho situation, and he should
lo nil In his power to save tho land If
possible for the use of the public. It is
not probable that a public spirited man
like Mr. Castle will make a sticnuons
light to prevent the return of this land
to tho people, when 'lunliilus abounds
with property equally acceptable for
TIIU tourist tradi:.
Hawaii has sulllrlenlly letoveml Its senile In time of war or public dun
Jiiirnml condition, following tho plagu.i ger." U. H. Const,, Amend., Art. 5.
hlege, for the buslnesi men to again f , HOW DUAWN.
glvothilr wiiousnttintion 111 im pro -
motion of Increased tourist truwl. i.KBitHio of the Tin limy, griiud Jur
TI111I the thin Is wtlltiT iiuin more In ,eH lmy )hi ,IW ti, mimer .io
our favor Is shown by Hid Inmiuliig 4, . ly .. i,.wi,inii Mlatiilea for
iiassuiger lletaiif llnwiill bound ooi-nn
Bli iinnis, luit'tliii suptilr of louills Ins
yet lo.rlio nhtivo figure that will
01110 Hie biiilnc Kiiniiiunlty to uy
"cnmmli" ur ilm hiilU 10 iluw thulr
'tho Idttt tlwi uwrlXii will idiBK to
Ilitwall ttbcikei ur mi' ititil M mt
ClUliSt tl l( l" l iOW Ml I
tftlmlv ih" mMimi rant)
IM hMMb, ! WllH'l' ! filUllO.! Hilt IUwkII." "itw) Mil JHFWt i4wll m
worthy ut lb unmuttl UrmW .f fUl b ui(IIUl(u wttlmi 'fmi'tin
IliWiU'f bHitt tumut'iiiliy .'
lug hlg monev In pdvtrllsng the coun
try, while our owln people have to all
nnpraranres allowed the tnurl' tri'U'
to'dtop from the schedule of serious
consideration. The reason for this In
illffvi bine whether real in nppo.ciil. Is
not easily explained. Certainly Ha
waii Is nit doing so much business that
It cannot do more; eertnlil It Is that
1 the ful posslblltcs of this trade will
I not he realized If tli- er'iiitryVndver
I Using Is left whol'y to uiilsldo corpor
1 It Ih high 1 1 id' local merchants ami
I builness leaders bcri.Hl id btsttr them
selcs to grcntei acthliv. 'I he day Is
not far distant when the nrlail lner
' chants will bigln to feel tlm pressute
1 of a losi of trade, thiouUi the direct
dealings with the Coast ny former Isl
and customers It lu ha'dly prohhal"
that the permanent population, ot Ho
nolulu will Inctca? MUlhclently to
mnko up foi'thls lon. About the o.
opportunity olfeied to "make good" U
through the channels ot larger trans
ient trade, livery tourUt adds mater
rlally to the money put In circulation
among the mercnntllo houses, and n
good share of the large Investments
made by outsiders have come from
nun who visited the Islands on pleas
TIIII AMERICAN LEAVES.
There left these Islands f 10111 the port
of Honolulu 11 few liny age an ex
ceptionally line young AuieiUnu whore
name may be milled to the long list of
mt 11 of merit frozen out. This was
Win. .Moody Ilalden, n hlno.l kin cf the
greatest evangelist nfter Jesus Christ
and I.uther. H.iMan, 11 gentleman by
breeding and educatior, 11 man of
agreeable personality, a man of correct
habits, a Christian In hl living, fulled,
I during a lesldence it neatly n year,
Informs lhei,u slMnlro the welcome ot more tnan :i
was a great ...1- ... tll iu,lt,.i,i k ' of the city.
Wither clergy nor organization olt-
shootlng from ihv.'-ch took ll e slight
1 st Interest In llolde'i. He Is a young
man of capability, a giaduate of the
Uulerslt of the State of Virginia, a,
member of the bar of Chicago, ti man i
knowing his limitations and uillilliiii;
ml Iu.tPnlK eiiinloyiiKiit only within
them. We cry out liciu for the tltl7cu
shlp of whlcli oung Hohleii Is tplcal.
et he returntd lo the .Mainland lit
cause there was no morrf ctia w-nit
with the Iloaid of Health to be se
cured. All who met llnliltti during th"
stili t ipuirnntliie of Chinatown and af-
ttr the lire knew him In the big lamp
at Kallhl. liked him. I lo made sincere
friends whose sentltm nls or regard and
willingness to aid wore, of the enduring
quality. Hut none mv these posscsbed
the. relationship or tlu liilluonce u
qulrcd In most cases to place n man
hero peinianemly. Thin one win
would have made an exeelUnt c!tlze:i
sadly sails back to tlm .Mainland. Per
haps It Is to try San I'ranclsco, where
they say tUO applications for a $00 a
month plate In 11 store tells the tab; of
the struggle for exlstcme. 1'crliapi lie
returns to Chicago, whtio the battle Is
keener and sharper yet, I do not argue
that Honolulu or Haw-all Is under any
obligations to the many Holdens I have
known, but It does stem a pity they
cannot be ictalned wheic less worthy
nnil less capable men (I11J It so easy to
be morn than comfot table.
IN THE SUPKEME COUKT' OF THE
lEURITOKY OH HAWAII.
ORDER FOR A SPECIAL TERM.
By virtue of 'the statute In
such cases made and provided
and deemlnc It ecs.ity to the
Prom,",,,?rn of lu?lce- lt,s Med that a
Spec Ul Term of the Supreme Court of the
ferritory ot Hawaii be helJ in Honolulu.
Island of Otlui, In the Court Room of the
, tmuciIav ti 1.. t iu, ,'..J
uu ijt 11 1 mi. iviiiiiu ) vi "uij I y w
By tlie Court:
Clerk Supreme Cjurt of the Teirltory
Dated at Honolulu aforesalJ, this sixth
Javof Julv. 1000. i5;6ti
Ill the Supreme Court of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii June Term,
1, WIIKN HIXllUHKI).
"No person shall be held to answer
for 11 capital, or otherwise Infamous
ciltnc, unless on n pieseutiuent ot In
dictment of u gland Jury, except In
ciiuts arising In the laud or naval
fortes, or In tho inllllln, when In actual
, ..Umll otherwise Piovldcd by tho
illiiwllig l"'lty Juries." dig. Ait, Hoe.
3. (JUAI.IKHMTIONH ()!' JUIIOKH.
"No iicikjii Mho la urn luiile lilUia ,
uf tlm United Hilling mill (Wi'lllf'tiliu .
ymiiM ut 11' iiiid who can hut iiiiilui'-
1 mhmIIWIJ' lii, iwoi nun wine tin
HUMiUh IllllKHillfU WH bx a lj(llflwl
iiw ur uromi wiwimnu TurriitHT w
" 'l km i Arnt vt WMir rf 0t
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Goods for the household, for thi plumber, for contractors,
builders and carpenters
Newlineof Staple Articles have been brought hereby
the Australia, Geo. Curtis, Alden Besse, Irmgird, Rosiinond
and W. H. Di nond, which are now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary Plumbing Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, xi to,4 inches.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE'
Beautifully situated mauka of the Giverninent Waialae Ko.nl.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
MAUNIFK ItNT VIEW I
Tlie tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 800 feet. It com
m mils a land ami sea view from rv ki Head to the V.ii ae Mountains.
WATER can be piped from a natural (lowing stream from an eleva
tion of 1200 ftet.
For further particulars apply to
PoioIj L nd and Improvcment Co.,
C. F COOKE, Manager,
Koom 8, Model Block.
Mb CjcIc Co.
I . ..-. n. i.t. nor.
i. .-M.11UU11 Ul' JUIIUUB,
"Tho number of gland Jurors In each
circuit shall bo not less than thirteen"
nor more than twenty-three. 800 Org.
Act, Sec. &3,
"Until otherwise provided by tha
Legislature of tho Territory, grand
Juries shall sit nt such
times us tho circuit Judges of the re
spettlve circuits thai! direct." Org. Act,
Ueforu the giand Jury ittlres, the
ptosetutlug ollher or any person held
to answer 11 chnrgo for u criminal of'
feline, may thalleugu tho panel or an
Individual Juror, U)V unite to bo as
signed to tho tourt. All such chat-
leuges shall ho tried and iletermliied by
the com I.
1'inin tho pel sons suiuiuuned to servo
us giaud Jurors ami iipieaiiiluu, lli'i
(unit h.ill appoint 11 fori'iiiiiii.niid iiuiy
, 1 Hum n him fur lame. Tliu louit iiiay
iippolnt iuiiHIht fnniiiiui when Urn im
v, turn ui' uiiANii Ji'iioiiH.
Mmmmiiiiiiiy w iimwwiug min
klisl) ho dl)llniItru) lu Ilm grIH)
'm, M mhI) tt tm, itu vutBHBly
nw tr Hmt itt m Kill 4111'
) IfMjUlr. 4 UU tMWWMIWMI
mto, ut nil wit mum wl iwmi m
Kins and Bet'iel sts-
shall be given you In charge, or shall
otherwise come to your knowledge
touching this present service; thai you
will present no one through envy, hat
red, or malice, nor leave any ono un
prtscnted through tear, favor, affection,
gain, reward ur hope therefor, hut will
present nil things truly ns they come
to your knowledge, according to the
btst of your understanding: and that
you will keep secret the proceedings
had before you."
0. chaiigi: or thk court.
The grand Jury, being Impanelled
and sworn, shall bo charged by the
court. In doing so, the court shall give
them such Information nt it may deem
proper as to their duties and ns to the
law pertaining to such cases us .nay
come before them. Tho touit may fur
ther charge the Jury when the necessity
X0. OFFICEH IN ATTKNIUNCR.
The court may appoint nn officer to
j attend upon the grand Jury.
RETIHUMCXT OF TIUJ GRAND
Tho grand Jury shall then retire
to a private room and Impilro Into tho
offenses cognizable by them.
Tho grand Jury may appoint one of
their number to bo uelr clerk, to pie
sero minutes of the proceedings be
fore them, which mlnutis shall he de
livered to tho prosecuting officer, when
so directed by tho grand Jury.
13. Srill'ORNA OF WITNESSES.
"The several circuit courts may sub
poenn witnesses to appear before the
grand Jury in like manner ns they sub
poena witnesses to appear befoie their
respective tourts." Org. Act, See. 83.
14. SWEARING WITNESSES.
Witnesi.es appearing befuro tho
grand Jury may be sworn In open
court or by the foreman of the grand
Jury, or, in his absence, by any member
Tho oath or nfllrmatton may ho sub
stantially ns follows: '
"You do solemnly swear (or affirm)
thut the evidence which you shall give
hefoie the grand Jury shall ho ho
truth, the whole truth, ami nothing
but the truth."
15. PRESENCE OF OTHERS WITH
Tlm piosecutliig oillctr or nny mem
ber uf the grand Jury may Interrogate
wllnnbis hefoie tho giiuul Jury. Tho
pnisiiiitliiK olllcur slmll advise tlm
Hinnil Jury In irgiird to the law of tlm
t'liDM thst i-onii' beforn them, mid draw
An Ininipiour nuty li inciil ul tlm
otHUilwilnii ul tt'lineMM Iwfnrii llio
HiH lb niuMMiuilrnj plrr, lnli-r
win m wIihmw mw mmitii
HUti, PINWtllitWrillWIHMHU aHliM i( 1Mb A , uwIh ,
w!w iwnw to tmim f Hit , mink fiiiM. nj King imt, I mm
VW4IW' l.G.8MI. I).
The Washington Light Co.
linn .Titnt Tf ocolvotl an Tnvotoo
Consisting 0' InJoor and Outdoor Arc
cro.inJs. Consu lies' one uiurt of oil
Good Air. Good View. Goog 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
bou'evard, and in itself an artistic piece.of engineering affords
easv access to all points, as also scenic and marine, views of
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
. Electric Railway.
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, healing 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, 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,
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.
No person except the members of tho
grand Jury shall be permitted to be
present during the expression of their
opinions, or the giving of their votes.
10. TWELVE GRAND JURORS TO
No Indictment shall bo found, nor
shall any presentment be made, with
out the concurrence of at least twelvo
17. INDORSEMENT BY FOREMAN
AND PROSECUTING OFFICER.
An Indictment when found shall bo
lndorBed("A true blll.'Uand such In
dorsement shaU be signed by tho fore
man. An ludlctment shall ho Indorsed
also by the prosecuting officer. A pre
sentment, when mado, shall bo signed
by tho foreman.
18. PRESENTING AND FILING.
Indictments or presentments, when
found, shall bo presented by the fore
man. In the presence of tho other
grand Jurors, to the Court, and shall
there he tiled; hut such ns are found
for a felony against any person not In
custody or under recognizance, shall
not be open to the Inspection ot any
perion except tho prosecuting officer,
until tho defendant therein glinll have
The foregoing rules relating to grund
Jurlu4 am hereby proscribed,
lly tho Court:
Honolulu, Toriltnry of lluwall, July
W.AUil'IN Willi INU Im. i..MM,t
llunwmnl . ruliiof Uu .mJ ul.n, ih
For stores, lulls, lanals'
In elaht hours.
C. W. MACFARLANE. Manager.
prices, terms, etc., apply a
Are You a Lover
OF THE ... .
POETRY OF SUMMER?
If so. you will like our stock of Summer
Neckwear. Here Is concord and rythm,
sentiment and patriotism The lvMiitlful
l worked Into the most iHlcate shajes of
Silk, ot whlcli the like lus never bten
seen belnre. t
The attention given to the making of
beau'lful Neckwear shows the Importance
attached to It as an article of tints.
Mjke your choice now and get the best
at popular prices.
Gootl Taste and
our Men's, uoys' and
Chtl !,..,. I
- ... " " VJJ M,,W WMIIUIVII3
UOI III 14 It out Ot t It
of the readvmaJe rut
atu njjs 2 per cent to IU value,
might pay you to look at our lines.
TWO SIORKS, TWO STOCKS,
I. O, llox 55H,
, t)'i and 070.
jo snJil lintel lrret ,u, ,ornrf of Tort
I .in4 lloirlilrrrl.
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