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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., WEDNESDAY, JULY n, 1903.
Evfninb BUL1PTIN. PMSUYAKIA WINS THE DAY
4ubllhrd Every Day except Sunday
at 210 King Street, llunolulu,
H. I by the
BULLETIN -L HUSHING COMPANY
Hntcrcel nt ilic Pont Office In
Honolulu. Territory of tlnwnll, iih
hccoml-oliiHH mull mutter.
Wisconsin Pet Up a Most
W. It. RlltlltNaTON Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
Post Olllco I!o 718
Four Miles With Positions UnchitiH- Wiscon
sin Ff st.men Catty Pe'i" of Victory
O'h r Eastern Uiligts I 1 1 Behind
.JILY 11, W0
Poughkcepsli: X Y. .lull" !. One of
the. most mugii .1'int r&ec In the hit
tury of college aquatics was the 'Var
I ally nice rowed on the Hudson course
tlilft nftirnoor Kollowlng it o nn
leipinlly cxeltli,,? two-t.iili In null titming
1 tlm freshmen c ew's It wns then ho
(InrK tlint tl, fiiur-iiitrnl rare li.ii' to
Iih postponed until Monday
Here la theiecord: "Inio'TlM race,
four miles; lontcstuiits I'cnnijlvuulai
Wisconsin, Cornell, Columlila nml
One of the molt ndvnntageous crt- Georgetown. l'ennilvanla won In 19
offs, the Dep.irtwir of Public Works minutes 14 3-B seconds, Wisconsin, nee
enn'mnke on ;ho Klclinrdr Bide of the unci. Cornell third, (Njluniliiii fourth,
capital grounds Is to cut a passag" way , rreshman rare, dlstince two miles;
from the corner of King and Hlchmds coiitestantsPcnnsjIvanln, Wbemuln.
street to the capl"il bulldltiR. Cutting I Columbia and Cornell Wisconsin won
n. circular corner will only pirtlallv ful- In 1 minutes 45 1-.', seconds. 1'cnm.vl
flll the public l"in in 1 for 1110-0 stieet vanln second. Cornell thlid, Columbia
space. Wlilc-nl,!,? Huhirdi, ftleet for fourth,
the full dlftir.c of the capltol bluc-n The rncis. set to take place between
I nnd o'clock, had to lie postponed
because of wind. I'ciins) Ivnnla and
I Wisconsin, during the vvlinl. lour nillia
I of the rate. kept the shells lapped .ind
nt no time wui th"re clear water be-
I tw cell them. Tho same was true of the
China nt war with the world la fast Cornell, Columlila end Oooigctown
becoming a reality of no small moment crews. The Unlit between l'ennslvnnin
In International clrclia. The ominous ' and Wisconsin 'jsrnin.i so exciting
silence that surrounds the foreign le-' from the continued uncertainty that
Katlons at Peking coupled with the the crowds aboard tin observation
steady spieiul of the epidemic of so- train fairly lost theme!ve as the
called rebellion adds d illy to 'he serl-1 boats swept down In'.) the stretch, and,
ous portent of the prohliin which the foigettlng their p.iitlnnnslilp, th'-y low
chlllzed nations have on'th"lr hands, to their feet nnd with lulls Da?" and
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Goods for the household, for the plumber, for contractors,
builders and carpenters
New line of Staple Articles have been brought here by
the Australia, Geo. Curtis, Alden Besse, Irmgard, Rosamond
and W. H. Dimond. which are now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary Plumbing G&ods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, li to 4 inches.
The-Washington Light Co.
Ilnu Just Received an Invoice
o V '1 hoir E vv L, l IJLT,
500 Candle Power,
Consisting of Indoor and Outdoor Arc Lights. For stores, halls, lanals,
grounds. Consumes one quart of oil in eight hours.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Good Air. Good View. Good Health.
nnd giving n foot path 1 illume nt 'tie
corner wlll'nce.ir.ipIU'i all that Is ne
cessnry for public convenience.
CHINA NOT CHILD'S PLAY.
handkirchlefs waving wlldl) nbocit
their heads KU"M.ncl theirs. e
hoarse In their nlnili itlm of the ion
test. Cornell, it the head of the Irl ..
hut fo'inwcel tt.2 li) lri'l' work- '
so ban tl . I'sV' IU Into the last
quarter c.f t mile her sin II bewail to
li-sr .)- : a 1 ..!, that two of
hr in-1 hod -ill if I ." I j
third ill - In "' vvi 1 1:.
A VETERAN PRINTER DEAD
1 lit- end Is not In sight. In fact the be-'
ginning win hardly be said to hne been I
made. v I
Efforts to relieve the leg.it'ons b.i
to all appearances JoiiihI ihe Kuwra
nnd Chinese government fours In lorn-'
lilon cause to expel the "forelen ,
devils," nnd raise about the celestial
empire u barbarous Chlncso wall mint
exclusive than thai existing whin the
pates tteie (list forced open to Hiiro,
peim actlv tt. The fanatical wave of
Chluise baibnilsm Is sw e;ilng 1IK.
wildfire ovei evci portion of the cm
plle In which ilvlllmtlou has estab
lished a temiioraiy hold thui'igh 11. id
or religion. The sltmttlcin is far tiom
beond the louuol of Chines" o.'llciuls
If tn fact then Is any dcsrfc on- their
part to exercise a stayliiK hand. I'm -theimoro,
It la be.voud the icntiol of
thu fortes which the lonibli.eu powers
have In the field, 'thus :ar they un
able to hold their own but to f';ri;e
their way Into the Irteiior Is n piae
Tho American problem Js more diffi
cult than that presented to uuy of the
Kuropenus. Pledged to intuit Its
cltlztns. nnd refusing to tuko part In!
n contest for more territory, the Amer-,
In.ina mt.u. nl.. ,. In 1... ,n..ln.. I.....mI
.,. ......,.. , ' .... ...There nre many ginndehlldren of the
"" , ". ' " ' """" "' deceased In Hawaii nnd Australia.
The late "Atck ' Ik Istcr wus bom In
The Pacific Hardware Co,
StOPGSS Fort' KincT and Bethel Sts.
FOR SALE A3 A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
An Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over Soo feet. It com-
Altnnder liolin'-, the veteran piln- mauds a land and sea Mew from Kolto riv.nl to tile VV il il.te .Mountains
in. dkd nt the home of uis h.. t-l.tcr ' WATBR an he piped from a natural llovvin,- stream from an eteva-
In Kohaln, Hawaii -it a.i early l.otu
jesteiduy niornlng. l-'or n number of
wieks ho had been In 1 fiutl condition,
the result of a severe cold oinUactu1
while nn the ttlp from town. He leave
' a brother, Abrum Ouikett Uo'sler,
painter. In llouolulii, mid eUht ihll
dieu, viz.' Mrs. John Winter in Hono
lulu, .Mrs. Harry T. vV'il'u-r and Wm.
j II. Holster, his .MiuiicTHt son, lu Ko
Jhuln; Mrs. Helta Mason, Mrs. Nellie
I Lamprell, James IbiU'er, AIe. V.
I Holster and Miss Minnie Holster In
I Australia. Alex. V. was until lately u
well known photographer In Honolulu
hour tion of 1,200 feet.
A special, invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
war, and when the ovcntuil smash up
takes place, pick Its way o it of thu
debris without assuming responsibility
for governing the Chinese and at the
same time securing for its citizens
freedom to exploit Chinese mnrket-t.
A more dltllcult task has inner been
imiHised upon American diplomacy,
particular!) whin In the midst of t na
Troops in Philippines
Clearing Out tiolo Men
Cork, Ireland, seventy yenii' ago next
September. He cunia here with Ills
parents In the early littles His father,
Abrahum S. Bolster, dlec' Dei ember
".. 1S89, at the home he owned In Pal
me square, when- the cvrt of the Pa
cific, Tennis Club Is now sltunted. Alex
ander was otiu of the lbs. lomposltors
to como to Honolulu., II? went from
here to Australia en I returned In the
early seventies, lu'vlur his wife snif
chlldien there until 1M1. Then he
went utter them, but till wife died here
the same jeiir. Mr. Holster worked
for James Hlack. now of the Olievc
Mnnlla, June 30.--Midnight. AnmtP, on the Advertiser In the seven
wtek's uoutlng In Northern Luzon re- tllB nM...d In evely pilntlnt: nlfl-e
Milted In fifty rtbds btluj killed cud town, liu was a maiter of the craft
forty wounded. One American was lulll ,n,i mllcll ut the rfoeimiiciit work.
'i"'tc', Ills employment became Irieittilui ow-
Troops opeinting In North llliojiI1(! t0 t10 ' ititrt.diiutlo.i of imchlne
have burned six of the bair.icks te- coinposltlein n fuw yearn ,u;o. Until ho
longing to Gineial Tlno's femes and H,,t ,, ,s iu8t stickful this very year,
captured his correspondence. General , "Aleck" never knew the nee of pee
Tlno, with 200 of his men, armed with tjtc-Iott. Ho was a man ol uuusuatly
rllles, succeeded In escaping, kmI uisposltliin. and everybody who
Near Mnngulrls the Americans nt-1 kuow Itlm llkeil tlio VLtfuui tjiiibcltfr.
tacked and defeated a large body of j
tiolomen, who weie strongly Intrench
ed, Eighty of the bolomen weie armed
with tlfies, while the remainder, esti
mated at severnl hundred, had only
At Angels General Aquino sunen
dcred to General Grunt. General
Aipilno, according to .be testimony of
Biirvlvors, ordered the execution of sev
eral Amerlcnu piUoneis last jear nt
Aiajaf. This execution was effected
In the face of n Knelling party. The
lestilitlon clauses In hi') amnesty piec
lnmatlnu Issued by the American nil
thoiltles lire said tn have been Inseitel
principally to cover Aquino s lu-tto.i
In this ease. At Ta." is three, ollleer
nml tirteen rillpluos annul with lilies
surrender! cl to Lieutenant Hurls'
hi outs. They destro)ed 6.IMMI pimuils
of powder ami twenty tons of oidnaiieo
stuns wlili li were cat bid In the moun
tains wist of Mubele,
Al I'umpngii the minis llbeinied n
plUuiier iiiiiueil AlKer. who win) slrk
Hi' leporls Unit Cnptiiln Cliarlim I)
HuImiU nf Hit. astli lltHtiuciii well.
Tlio I'llliiliiLis ttiuu'lmd Hi limn uf
IIODHiitd iwlro mi tli iin.'riiing al June
yttll. The HUi 1 1 till) hiiim mnJiuI In ilili
1118 tiff tlie luMiiKftii Ulllius mvwu
Of lIlCHI Til MM" lllvtll ltl Klielli)
StIfWIltWl I" tHIl II MMlulH4Ulit
MWlMtlklbR ktllll itlHl till KimlsKl
Twitly bum" " bin Hni but iln
Mlrtt U4 m IHWVWMIIHM ilw
In the Supreme Court of the Ter
ritory of llnvvnll June Term,
lX)(). Grand Juries.
i, viii:n ui:quiui:n.
"No person shull be held to answer
for a capital, or otherwise Infamous
cilme, unless on u picsentmcnl of In
cll.'tnient of a grand Jury, except In
cases arising In the land or iiuvnl
forces, or In the militia, when III actual
service lu time of war or public dan
ger." I!. 8. Const., Amend., Alt. ii,
2. HOW lilt AWN.
"Unlit otherwise piovlcled by the
Li'kUIiiUiiii of the Teiillory, gland Jur
ies mil y bn drawn In the uuitiuui pin
vldeil by Hiii llawiilluli slnlnles fur
drawing petty jinles," (liu. Ail, Hen,
3. ()U.M.II'IHATI()NH 01' JUIIOItH.
"No ifliili Who Is not u main I'llUull
uf thu I'lillfd Hlu li and Iwenly-ulID
twr uf ttsv Mini liu hi imi under'
sUtudltiNly iwflk, rwid nml wilio )k
MnhIUIi iiniwKf shsll iw a )iMgei
Juimt m Bminl (ui hi in lit TvrrliiHV uf
Hwnll," mill nil turum ttwll ktf
Hm Iw hmhiiiiiii4 wiiltiMi rawnMu
Jjtauw (mm miHMtli iiw uw lu liw " uf Mtfivlt? ut ltM
imn 4, m h
For further particulars apply to
P,tlo;o Land and Imp'ovement Co.,
A. F. COOKh, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
shall be given you In charge, or shall
otherwise come to your knowledge
touching this pitscnt servlco; turn you
will present no one through envy, hat
red, or malice, nor leave any one un
prcsentcd through fear, favor, affection,
gain, lewnrd or hope therefor, but will
' present all things truly as they come
Uo your knowledge, according to the
i best of your underslnndlnrj: and that
i you will, keep secret tho proceedings
i had before you."
S. CHARdE OK Tim COUIIT.
The grand Jury, being Impunelled
nnd sworn, shall be charged by the
court. In doing so, the court shall give
them such Information as It uu.y deem
proper as to their duties nnd us to the
law pertaining to such cases us .nay
come before them. The court may fur-
I ther charge the Jury when the ncesslty
10. OFFICER IN ATTENDANCE:.
The court may appoint an oflker to
attend upon the grand Jury.
RETIREMENT OK THE GRAND
Tho grand Jury shall then retire
to a private room nnd luqiiliM Into the
offenses cognizable by them.
I l'J. CLERK
I Tho grand Jury may appoint ono of
their number to be tH- ilirk, to ptu
bene minutes of the proceedlugj bi-
1 fore them, which minutes shall be de
livered to the prosecuting olllcer, when
I so dliected by the grand Jury.
4. NUMHER OK JURORS. , ". SIJIIPOENA OK WITNESSES.
"The number of grand Jurors tn each I "Tne s"eral elrclllt t0,,rU m. mh'
circuit shall be not less than thirteen" ,oemi witnesses to appear-before tho
nor more than twent -three. See Org. ra,,a J'" '" lll(0 ,,m,iner "8 ,lu-'y 8"1'-
Act Sec. &3. poena witnesses to uppear liefote their
C. SESSIONS (respective courts." Org. Act, Sec. 83.
"Until otherwise provided by the J . SWEARINa WITNESSK.S.
Legtslnture of the Territory, grand . Witnesses appearing before the
Pacific Cycle Co,
-H- H -H- H -H-
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 grandeui at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work of
construction, equipping and installation placed in the hands ol
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an indepenaent 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, ot
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.
H H H H' H-"
For further information,
the office of
prices, terms, etc., apply a
BRUCE WARING & CO.
40 Selected ones for $3.00
-FOR SALE AT THE-
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
Comer Hotel and Alakea Streets.
Juiles shull sit ut bucr
times us the circuit Judges tit the re
spective c li units shall direct." Org. Act,
Hefoie the grimd Jury retires, tho
piohccutiui; olllcer nr uny person held
tn answer u chiime for a criminal nf.
feiise., may cIiiiIIciikc the panel or an
luillvldiiul Juror, for ciiiiso to bo as
signed to lb" court. All such cliul
leiiuis hull ho tiled unit iletei mined by
Kin ml Jury may be sworn In open
court or by the fuieman of tho grand
Jury, ur, In his absent e, by nny member
The oath or ntllrmatlon muy lie sub
stantially us follows:
"You do solemnly sweur (or nlllrin)
that the evidence which you shall give
before, tlie grand Jury shall be the
truth, tlie whole truth, unci nothing
but tho tiulh"
IB. PRESENCE OK OTIIERH WITH
The PioseiutliiK ollleir or any mem.
Kiwii lliepiikoiissuiuiuuiiid (menu ,, r nf liu- grinul Jury muy lutcriiniiiti!
us miiiihI Jiiriim nml iippi'iinilng, thu Wt, bifnre Urn kiiiiuI Juiy. Tlio
ciiiiitsliHlliippiiiiliifoieiuiin,uinliii.iyiinllJ1lIIK mtvr kM uMt tU
leini.w. him fur (iiiuis Thu mint itntr u,,t jury In uml In liu; law jif ih
1101111 MIHMIII r Himilllll VWIUI lllll l0. ,,11Uia n,,.. ,.,,! ,Mie, t !.. nnd .lruw
ivMliy in In.
OATH 01' IIIIANIl Jl'llllllH.
MllbtUIHllllly Ilia Inlluwlllil will
IihII Uf BilmlnUH-rKi)
.Mi iiiipfiir iiih) lie iiitni nt tho
DWIIHlllHtlliH III WlllHNW heflllH l
lu 1I10 gmml i bwihI Jury
lldvfil Him iiumnmiiih Hlllur, 111(1
Nn perton except the members of the
grund Jury shall bo permitted to be
piesent during the expression of their
opinions, or the giving of their votes.
10. TWELVE ORAND JURORS TO
No Indictment shall be found, nor
shall any presentment be made, with
out the concurrence of at least twelve
17. INDORSEMENT I1V FOREMAN
AND PROSECUTING OKKICER.
An Indictment when found Bhall bo
Indorsed, "A true bill," und Buch In
dorsoment shall lie signed by tho fore
man. An Indictment shall be indorsed
also by tho prosecuting officer. A pre
sentment, when made, shall be signed
by the foreman,
18. PRESENTING AND KILINO.
Indictments or presentments, when
funnel, shall be presented by the fore
man, lu the presence of the other
grand Jurors, to the Court, and shall
there) be tiled; but such as uro found
for u felony against nny person not In
custody nr under recognltanco, shall
lint ho open, to the inspection of any
pei son except tho prosecuting nfilcer,
until the defendant therein shall have
The foregoing rule relullng tn grand
Jul leg are hereby prescribed,
Ily tli a Court:
Honolulu Territory nf Hum till, July
Are You a Lover
POETRY OF SUMMER?
If so, ynu will like our stock of Summer
Neckwear. Here-1 concord and rythm,
sentiment and patriotism The beautiful
Is worked into the most cHlcate snide of
Silk, ot which the like has 'never been
seen bet "re. '
The attention elven to tlie making of
beau'lful Neckwear shows tlie'lmportance
attached to It as an artlc e of dres.
Make vour choice now and izet the best
at popular prices.
A TOUCH OP
Good Taste and
In our Men's, Hoys nnd Children's'
Clothliu Hit It nut of the read ymade rut
auJ ajj k per cent to its value. It
might pay you to look at our lines.
W.AIJSIIN Will I INI) lw iuim-
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Viiti, nnd mM'li nf cum, liu m4tmnh mw, wkI Htw u4f iwiii'i
mt m kwiw im m m mutu,wmimuiwmuwHi4 mm nr IN, a h, HuiupIii
mb lHt mi im mmnmmnmm im tb tmkm f ttv ,m M 4 r,m iiH, HtM4ui
mm, mmmmHmt mm ummm- IM,v, lit ?ji n&m
TWO SlOHliS, TWO STOCKS,
I', O, I) ox jjH.
11 ,in4 fi7fi,
i) and ii Hold ktirtl iii,. fnnitr nfl'ml
ail I liitrtrrrl,
ARE YOU DEAF 77
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