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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY', MAY IS, 1601.
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WALLACE H. FARRINQTON ..Editor
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MAY 15. 1001
Senator Qcorge K. Outer made such
a bold assertion In the Senate this
doming, that he certainly ought to be
called before the Grand Juiy to tell
vbnt he knows. As n legislator he has
done little elst thau talk. Possibly
the (Irnnd Jury can dlscmer his sphorn
GRAND JURY HONESTY.
The cry comes from the Morning Oi
gan that Governor Dole has not a sin
gle friend on the Grand Jury now In
vestigating the Legislature. The Im
putation naturally follows that should
the Grand Jury bo made up of Governor
Dole's friends there would be no doubt
of n crdlct In his favor whatever the
ivldencc might be. The Bulletin has
alwnjs credited Mr. Dole's friends with
having more Integrity than the Adver
tlstr's statement would lmpl).
The hoiirst mm of this community
lonsldci the Orand Jury drawn by
llillllf Hopkins to be n body of men
in whose huri'-st.v ot purpose full con
fidence can be plared This was and
Is tho common rcmaiK of reliable citi
zens Irrespective of politics No slurs
ct Job lot political charges the Adver-
!.... h.h.. 1.H..1. na. tnlt.tul. 1.111 rfllltm'
11911 (IIHJ ilttnil ill v,nri ..... . u....n.-
J. O. Carter the foreman of this Jury
lus been known In jears past as a Ho)
allst. No man In thee" lilinds, eiept
posslbb some of the Individuals be
hind the Advertiser who would Im
peach Biblical tciililnss If they could
, thereby gain personal or political ad
vantage, has cvei questioned Mr Car-j
tors personal integrity, vvncincr
f I lend or nn enemj J O Carter Is hon
est. The Advertiser evidently doesn't
know tliatl n the civilized world nn
liomst min Is consider d the noblest
woik of God
Mr. Cartel has associated with hlul
on tho Grand Jurj men In whom this
communlt places equal confidence Let
the Advertiser howl The antagonism
of such a dishonest Joumnl Is n iccom
inendatlon establishing the high chat
ncter of the Jurors.
WHOLE FORENOON SPENT IN TALK
(Continued from page 1.)
Three of the Porto Rlpans have
pneumonia and have been taken to
the Queen's Hospital.
Accompanying this leport was t'ie
Otllce of Medical Ofllcer In Command
Marino Hospital Service. II. S
Quarantine Station. Honolulu, H.
T.. May 13th. 1901.
An agent of the Hoard of Health was
To whom it may concern.
This Is to certify that the baggage
of all passengers (Porto Means) landed
ct Quarantine ix S S Colon was dis
infected by steam, all Immigrants weia
given 11 lint bkliloildv I nth, after bath
ing kimonos belonging to this station
were furnished each passenger during
the time that clothes, worn on arrival
were being disinfected by steam.
Trunks and other containers spraved
with 40 per cent formalin.
(Signed.) JNO I). M'VEIGH,
Supt. I'. S. fiunrantlne,
Tho report wus adopted unanimous
ly House bill Nn. 1, providing a sp
clal appropriation of J'lO.OOU for tho
jexpensea of the cxtia tisslon and tho
rinialulng expenses of the tegular ses
sion, passed second reading and third
reading was set for tomorrow. Ml.
Carkr, In Faicnstlc spivih, vvantejl the
bill amended to read $13 000 Instead of
$00,000 but ho iccclvcd very slight
The Appropriation bill was announc
ed on the llbt ot unfinished busluis3
and Mr. While, much to th- burprlso nl
the members of his party, moved' to
refer all the .Items under tho head of
"Judklni) Denartminl" to the Judi
ciary Committee. Thr"o or four of the
Republicans weio on their feet at ono
time, seconding tho motion of the
member from Lahulna.
The Independents and Mr Achl ob
jected, Mr, Kalanokalanl bald that, It
tho Items were lefencd to the Judi
ciary Committee, some of the frlend3
of some ot tho nicmbeis ot tho com
mittee, emplojed under tho depart
ment might do some talking on the
sliVo. along tho line of elthei raising
their salaries or leaving them as In tho
bill.. The Items should be referred to
the whole Senate as u committee ot
Mr. Baldwin said that, because Mi.
Whlto was fiom Maul, ho had shown
the good sense to move tho Hems refer
red to tho Judiciary Committee. Mr.
Achl said theio was no uso In leferrlng
the Items, Such action would only
ji'ean a loss of time, before the com
mittee ipportlng, the Senato would get
Into trimblo Immediately, Thero would
ho some cuts In salaries and the mem
bers from tho, districts nffected would
object. Ho and "Bill" White would
get mixed up in an argument and Mr.
Baldwin ami others would be dancing
all over the lloor of the Sonute,
Mr, Paris favoud lcfenlng the Hems
to n eommltteo of live and this view
was shaud by Mr C Blown. Mr. K
nulm avoi eel referring the lenialnde'
of tho bill to a eommltteo ot the whole
The Senate was about to tajio action
on the Items under tho Judlclury De
partment when the motion to take 11
retesa wus mado and cairled.
w nj .-5-' 7
IS IN A H
The suit tor $5000 damages of II. R,
Hitchcock vs. Hawaiian Tramways
Co., tried j'esterday afternoon beforo
Judge Humphreys, went to the Jurj
late In the day. At 7:30 the Jury re
ported that It could not agree upon a
verdict, the ballot standing 6 to G. On
order of the Court, the Jury wns locked
up for tho night with Instructions to
deliberate and reach nn agreement II
possible. This morning at 10 o'clock
the tired and sleepy Jury filed Inta
court and reported no agreement. In
answer to Inquiries from the Count he
foreman stated that the ballot Hun
stood 9 to 3 with no chance of agree
ment. The Court reminded the gentle
men that last evening the ballot had
stood C to 6 and that It wns then re
ported that no verdict could be agreed
upon. The Court suggested that with
further deliberation, the other three
might be won over and sent them out
again In chargo of Rnlllff Hopkins.
The Jury In the ense Is composed ot
Herman Meek. W. 11. Jones, C. S. Hall,
A. K, Lloyd, R. K. Pahau. W. N. Cun
ningham, J. Markham, M A, Gonsilves
J L. Aholo, J. H rullerton, W. H. Lvle,
nnd A. M. Mollis.
Henry Smith, commissioner to sell
lands under order of the court In the
partition suit of Alexander Maloho vs
William Maloho et nl., has made a re
port citing the facts In connection with
the salo held May 8. the report says
the lands were faiiltllv described In
the notices published and that the auc
tion was consequently poorly nttended.
Two pieces of land weie sold for $1250
and $1050, which should have brought
$1500 and $1100, respectively, snvs the
report. The court Is nked to review
the matter nnd notify the purchasers.
L. P. Peck and W. II, lleloe, to appear
and show cause why thero should no!
be 11 resale of the land. The court or
ders copies of the leport to be served
on the purchasers nnd upon tho ntlor
nes for the parties natlfylng them to
rpprnr at chambers Saturday, May 2V
to show cause.
Bj stipulation of PM'lp L Weaver
and Kinney, Ballon & McClanuhnn. at
torneys for the parties the following
cases fiave been continued for tho
term: T. R. Mossmnn vs. Macfarlane
ct nl., T. K. Mossman vs. E. P, Judd
et nl.; TR. Mossman vs. S. M. Da
mon, et nl., trustees: T, R. Mossman
vs. S 1). Dofo et nl, trustees.
In Judgo Edlugs' court this morn
ing the motion to continue tho eject
ment suit of Oulston I'. Hopert. trus
tee foi J. K. Sumner vs: Solomon Knual
was allowed. J. K. Sumner Is nt pres
ent absent on buslmss in Tahiti and Is
an Impoitnnt witness In the insc. T.
MeCants Stewart and Holmes & Stan
ley for plaintiff; Kinney, Ballon A
McClannhan and Magoon & Thomp
son for defendant.
A motion for n new trial has been
filed by Geo. A. Davis In the case of J.
A Magoon vs. Louis Marks and will
bf- heard by Judgo Edlngs tomorrow
A Jury was waived by the nttornrs
lu the ease of E. K. l'rendeiT.ist vs.
Peter Martin, ejectment, and t'.lnl com
menced this morning li-'fnio Judge
Humphrejs. Magoon & Thompson for
phlntlff; Kinney, Ballon & McClaua
han for defendant.
By agreement of counsel the case of
Nnoml Kaalhue vs. Kalanlhutii v,as
continued for the term.
In tho matter of the estate or George
E. Richardson, W. O. Sinli'l.lm been
appointed administrator, dc bunlrhii.
under bond ot $700.
POPE TO NAMEMCCESSOR
London, May I. The Pope, accord
ing to n dispatch to the Times fiom
Rome. Is understood to have made a
will designating his successor, thus, to
quote tho correspondent modifying the
habitual mode of choosing a Pope by n
conelnve. The now of the Popos will
first took shape In n diplomatic note
from the Ravarlau Minister to hls'fa
vorlte. Its theoiy Is simple tho papal
power, being absolute. Involves the
right of naming 11 successor.
CIIONJE'S VIFE INSANE.
New York, May 1. A cnble lo the
Journal .from Amstculam sas: Ad
vices received heie from St, Helena
where a lari;e number of Boer pill
one-is nio confined, stntcs that Mrs
Cronje wife of th" Iloer Ocner.il, Cion
Jc who Is with her husband on the
Islanit. has become mentally unbalanc
ed cmhiK to her expel lence In the war
and hei life In her prison home nt
LoiiRwood Mis. Cicmjn Imagines that
slut Is exoICmpiCEs Kugenlc of Trance.
I'lvo othei Boer prisoners linvn also
J. M, VIVAS
Attorney at Law
& Notary Public. v
Agent to grant Marr atie Licenses.
Financial and Real Estate Agent.
POST OFFICE LANE
HONOLULU, T. H.
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KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J.G. HENRIQUES, I'ROP.
Morses and Carriages
For Bxcursi ns
to the Volcano or the Mountains,
An excellent chance Is offered for
SEB THO COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S, S, Mauna Loa at
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where the steamer Is met asaln.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
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In specially coited tins and heav y
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Samples now on
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We employ the most improved methods and are fully
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
FOR SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Special Attention paid to
I Delicate Materials,
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LUNDRY
rel. Main 73. Laundry, Kawaiahao St.
Up Town Office In the OLD ELITE PKEAUSES, Hotel St.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Bee?, Veal, Mutton,
ft Lnmb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
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purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
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Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title . .
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BUT CALL AT THE
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I.X L. Furniture Store
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n I? nFTWTTA
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White and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 Klnp
itreet. Tel. 86.
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rf White and, Black Sand
1 In Quantities 1o Suit..,.
s EXCAVATING CONTRACTED
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II. R HITCHCOCK
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al. PHILLIPS A U.
Wholesale Importer tad Jobbu
taropMQ and American D7 lose,
go t and qaeen Shetli.
tEHER&L COMMISSION A6BIY
In conequence of the appointment of
the Hon. Geo. Gear to the Circuit Bench
as 2nd Judge, the firm of Uavls ,wd Gear
Is dissolved. Geo. A. Davis will occupy
the same offices and continue (he active
practice of his profession. lioy-jf
Henry R. Worthington
Cener Qieei x
ail Fert Streets. . , '
TEL.. MAIN 186.
Engineers and Builders of
High Duty Direct Acting
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Pumping Enpines. Elect
rically Driven Pumps,
Power Pumps, Centrifugal
Pumps and Water Meters.
Large stock of small pumps
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Khltscts, Contractors and- Ballders.
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Tempoury yitirt wlih I W .MaclJtUn.,
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r war of old stand. Entrance on King
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esl es to announce that he has
pened an office In Honolulu forthe
tran-ac('on of all business apper
taining to the practice of his pro
fession. Pending the completion of tne Stangen
wald Mulldlng, In wh'ch offices have been
secured, he can be found at the office of
MR. F. W. MACFAPLANE.
on all sorts of building.
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FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting nd Superintending
Eloctro-Hyclraullc Power Trammlwion
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yURNlSHHD. , . ,
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and RIVETED PIPES tor Irrigation
purposes a specialty. PartlcJlar atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
executed at aborteat notlc.
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