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EVEN1NO JlULLETlti. HONOLOMJ, It. .. THURSDAY. MXY'fc7190f.
ftbllsbcd Every Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Ptrcet, Honolulu,
T. of II., by the
BPL-KTIN PUULISHINO COMVANY.
1VALLACB R. FA11KINUTON ..Editor
Entered at the Post Office at Hono
lulu a second class matter
Pr month, anjnhere In U, S. ..J .75
Per year " " " 8 00
tt ear, postpaid, forclpn IS 00
Payable Invariably in advance.
Post Offlcc Box 71S
THURSDAY MAY 1, 1901
call for the discharge or a trial Jury.
When high offlccrg of tho Territory es
tablish what nmounts to contempt for
such a well known American Institu
tion ng tho Grand Jury whnt can you
.xpect of the people who look to offi
cials for an example.
RESPECT THE '
(Continued from page 1 )
The law knows no confidential iela
lion In mattciE of crime.
Whcic monc Is to be saved the tax
pa) ii by cutting oft the salaries of
physicians for the prison and police
station Is not et made manlflst by
members of the Legislature.,. Inmates
o the prison and Injured persons tak
en to the police station must receive
medical attention and that to nt the
public expense. If these Institutions
have no regular phvslclan'pald accord- dart
ing to tho foimer scheme It simply
means payment of n called phvslclan at
the icgular rate per visit. The prac
tical result of this plan to cut out tha
saltrleil positions will lie to Incicase
the Income of phvslclans nnd also In
cicase the expense of the taxpijer.
Governor of this TcrrltoVyor the Sec
retary of this Territory or tho Attor
ne General of this Territory has the
right to appear before tho Grand Jury
and saj, t decllpe to testify for tho
reason that my testimony Is hearsay
or I Incompetent, then every China
man and every Japanese and every
mtfn no matter how humble may bo
his origin, has same privilege, be-
rnuse In this Court room nnd-In that
arniM Jurj room rtrust and I know
nil cltlrens nro on an equal footing:
position nor wealth color ire not to
It In ;iot for a witness to deter
mine tire competency nnd value of
his testimony, that Is entirely In vonr
hands, Jem are the Judges of the com
petency of that testimony, and you are
It U not fnr ihn court tn nntlcltiato' c Judges of tho weight which should
tho event of the present prosecution., bo ntticheel to It. And ou aro to
Should it terminate as Is expected onirocue sucn lesumonv ami iiemanu
the part of tho United States.' all such testlmon), nnd this Court will
those, who nro concerned In It, should requlit that ou have such testimony
ecrtnlnly regret that a paper, which as may enable you to properly pur
ine accused believed to be essential sue jour Investigations. Yqu will
to his defense, which mn. for nughl scud for these gentlemen: nnd I In
that now appears, bo essential, had struct ou particularly to Inquire of
been withhold Horn him 1 will not Mr. Thurston as to whether or not
&n, that this circumstance vvculd, In his confidence arises out of a criminal
any degree, tarnish the reputation of matter, his connection with a crlrnln
the government; but 1 will say that ' case, tor Instance. If an altor
It would Justly tainlsh the reputation ney Id defending some man who Is
of the court" . i BU1' "" a Promissory note, and he
"Might 1 be pel milted to utter one snould leatn fionl some different
sentiment, with respect to injself, It' source that tho man whom ho was
would be to deplore, most earnestls.i defending on a promissory note had
the occasion which should compel me, committed the crime of murder. It
to look baek on any part of m ocel- would not bo a privileged cummunl
clal conduct with so much self re- 'cation. Tho mere fnct that he hap-
pioach n I should feel, could 1 do- pencil to siwam rmauon oi auorncy
n the information now pos- nun inviii iwi mu nuni mu i-uuik-
ko5,.,1 Mhnl nnl liomnn neeiispil nf 1W1I Willi Some crime WOU11I 1101 .'
pinin rrlmi. ! lint nntltlpil tn mini CIllDt him. nnd I SO clinrge 1 OU With
fmon nn olllclnl to appear In his de loference to Mr. Thurston
r nun. nn mnttir hen inch li a nlllc a l will issue bucu muii-na ua inuj uu
Btattlon may be." I necessary to enforce jour rights and
it uno niinirpil In hla rn. thnt thn' enable sou to enjoy the duties nnd prl-
duties of the l'lisldent of the Unilei1 vllegcs which this Court his Imposed
States, the duties which he eiwed tho loti ou mm wn.cu me law uas im
Kntlon ns n whole, wcio so great, so posed upon jou ,
manifold nnd of such great Importance
to tho eommunlt), tint while It might
Senator George It. Carter appears to
1. a .nnAri.1 lal.t It t . l t ut no n ft ttt 4lwm
capaclt, of guardian of fund, for t$$ir0T,
chnrltj. Tho rcjirt pceented by Mr,
Caller us trensurcr of the Assodated
Charities is a thing of beaut j nnd Joy
foievcr It appears tint a total of $1.
12.10 has been expended b this as
sociation durlni; the last jear of .ti
MAJOR ENNI8 PROMUTCD.
01 before n Court In n lnrtlcular ease
jet that the ends of society would suf
fei nnd there would be no one to All
his lilcli station wlillo he nng nbont
Irom the seat of national gov eminent the innl. of l.leutennnt Colonel, t', S. A
nppenrlng befote n leiuit to testify,!
Major r.nv'' -' ' ' S'-th Artlllciy.
who went Tt San 1 imisco by tho
Zinlnnill.i. was Informed when he
leached that cltj. of lilr promo 'or
existence. Of this amount Treasurer , f,"'1 ,',' v u n-monoit btfoiel
-.,. ..... !: -. i.- i 'the United btates Com t at Ulehmond
u..., itfuiw t.i.n ..u. v. ...in .nr.i ,,m ,,,,. ,, ,..l., l. llbiml.., enm '
AinDlldnil .. Alinl,,, n, no (lin pn.mrti ' ....
.AIIIUMI ,U. . Illll.lj Vt HI till IV'UI,
puts It ' general relief" nud "emcrgen
cj." Considering tint the well-to-do
people of the city Indlvtduallj expend
often times ns much or more than this
amount foi iharltiblo nuiposes In one
month, comment Is (jtilte iinnecessau
NEW CANAL TRtiATY.
miim.il In tf.tlfv In- inurta in rpmnlp, I-OllUOn. .Viaj U It 18 Sinieil oil!
units of the Union. That was nuswtr-1 clallv that Lord Pauncefote has re
ed b Chief Justice Marshal as fol- cplvcd from Secretary Haj the draft
lows: , of a ne-w Nicaragua eanal trc.itj. It Is
"If upon any principle, the presl undeistood thnt It advises ncutralltj
dent could be rousttucd to stand ex-, . ... i
empt fiVim th o general piovlulon of
tin eonrtlt itlon, It woulil be, because,
his dntlpfi. ns thief nnglstrate de '
! inand Ills whole time for national ol ,
IJectH Hut It Is appaicnt. thnt thN
SomewheiP In the nig Approprhtlnu'deiiuiiid Is not uniemlttlng, ami if
bill the. I.ei:lslntuie ought to find n I it tbould exist nt the tlmo when his
rlaie to provide fm a nodern hoinltnl ittte ndntic, on a court Ik uquliel
ambulant" despite the redueed Terrl
torlal lncoii" The rjlng tiecebsltj of
this! important a ljunct to tlio paiaplicr
I nlla for piopirlv eirlug foi the sick
wontit hc kv orn on the retuin of the
I enlinw nn nml ll nlllrl la.ll.t. r nl.nll.illa
a leason for not obpjlng the proteiit
of the louit than u reason ngainst its
being Ufeiu d In point of fnct It i an
l. id Injuied lnsions'intlyboeomemorelnnt be doubted, that the people of
tonvlnelng lnrensd business ilnngi t.nhiuid have the same Interest In
the wnterfiont hns brouuht with It the the service of the executive govern
usual inn of dlsticislngaMdents Tlmenut that Is. of tho cabinet eomuel ,
,m,l .,i'..ln I, . Hi. rp hP..n .lpnuiiiil fnr s i"c Aincueun people nave Ufc'iue
.'..'.w .. ..... . ,. .. ,1. . ,...,, ,.,n ,1,,
properly equipped nmbulnnte
It Is Indeed icmail.nljlc If not dls-l
rincefiil that a eltj of IIonolulu'H popu-'
lntlon and wealth hns nothing bnttei I
th.m n hnpl. n. ti.-itr.il wiirmi in ulilpli'
sen lee of the i xecutlve of the United
States, and that their duties are as
arduous and ns unremitting. Yet it
has iine'er lie'cn alb gcd, that n bub
poena might not bo dliectcd to them.
II mount lie .Irulfd thnt. tn Isauo ti
to transport Injured persons Instead ntilipncne to a pel ton. nlllng the tx
of offering prompt relief the present I n'ted station ot the chief magistrate,
svslem urobilin, the aronv nnd hiiffu-, ltls n ''" which would be- dlspe nsut
lug. Kind hands are alwajs readj to
assist, but nothing but the e rudest
Iv.ith niuch more cheerfully than It
I would be pel formed; but, if It be" a
ilnti thn r iiitrt riti Ii n wn tin r ite It
i i ..,. . , . uiiu, tin- i i it van iiiiivj iu vimi' v, in
incastiics can be used till the Injured J,... ca. . .
pel son has been lifted Into a hack or
the introl wagon and tarried over
rough stieets to the hospital.
The Initial expenso of the ambulince
vvoilld not be large, and should n nomi
nal rate be fixed for use by private
, patients the operating expenses would
not be a seiious draft upon the tiea3
ur The dollars the Teirltoij expends
In nllevlitlng sulterlng nic well spent
nud Ipglslntois will And no irlttclsm
awaiting them fiom constituents when
they set aside monej for audi pm poses.
DUTY OP THE OFFICIAL.
Secietnrj Cooper and Attomej Gib
cral Dole maj be credited with making
the most remark iblo statements cvcr
made be-fme n Grand Jury of the United
Stutes. CalleU befoie the Jurj now In
vestigating tho charge of bribery
lodged against the l.eglslatiiie. the)
assert that to give the evidence they
have would. If given to the Jul) , tend
to defeat Justice. I.orrln A. Ihurstun
tajs tho Informitlon he entries lucked
within his breiEt was nbtnlne-d In his
rnpacltj us an nttnrnej hence he Is sup
posedly free to keep his knowledge ifn
del lock and key and will inestimably
iippeni In the defente of some out) al
though he has uunoiinccd to the court
his retirement fiom iietlve legal prat
tle Cooper and Dole havo practically set
Iheli own opinion above tho whole ajs
tem of Ameilcnn go'ernmrnt piepned
to bring erlmlnalH to Jiisthe. Kltlmi
ll.N Is a illicit and Intentional retlet
tlnn on the meinbeis of the Grand Jul)
or these oflh lulu have1 .u louieptlon of
the dutv thev one t.ie neonle Ihls
" - , irm"H i I i i liituvv'l 1 UU III1IIIL
la the onl) eonclusliin that inn bo and no base nnd so hut to all seiiio
drawn fiom the uttltudo as aiiiiouni- of honoi and all suise of dutv ns to
TOR riVs 'iCARS.
GILT EDGE StCURITY
J. M. VIVAS,
PObT OFFICE LANE,
TCL.-.V1AIN 115. P. O. BO 442
Chase and Sanborn
Old Government Blend
Now gentlemen, following the prece
dent sit by Chief Justleo Matehnl In
the case ol the President of tho United
States, ugalnst whom the Chief Jus
tleo h Id a subpoena might Itsue, 1
Bill to )ou that It Is jour right, vour
privilege, uinl jour iltitj and one mat
jou ought not In nil) wise to nvold
01 to evede 01 slilik to Hiiniinon be
fore you the Se-eretai) of the Ten!
tor) ot Hawaii, and If jou ilCCm It
necessurj, nn) otlur olllilnl of the
'leirltor) of Hawaii, nnd the other
geiillemnn tiaini d l) join Fori man.
svvenr them again, require thelii to
niixwcr such questions a jou deem It
ptopei Hint the shoulil answer ma
terlal to the Investigation which jou
havo in hand, nnd If they dec line to
do so von will leport the nuittei In
The dot) of making laws for an In
telllgcut, a civilized n propeit) own
ing and n tax paying people, Is as
gieul n responslblllt) lib tan bo Im
piibcd upon an) citizen. Tho honor
Is so great, th it It tan hardl) be cstl
mated m inusuied b) mere words.
Thu houoi Is so great that the pa) Is
geneiall) treated as inconsequential.
If men who me elected nt the IiiujIh
of a freo peoplo to seivo tlmn In' 11
lav making capacity aio to be stlg-
niutlrcd lij wllil niniois or bj blnml ' , - wia-
eious stnti mints It vvMIl como tol TEI .. fifil Kl IIK
--- . - -
Salter & Waity
pass that no citizen will liu willing
to accept a station of that sort who
does not care to be stigmatized him
si If b) liming n sweeping charge of
Inliur) pie-rciird against him by some
uue In high olllclnl position uud pub
lished to thu noi Id lu the uewspapeis;
mil noes no ueoii i, noi will an) self
iuinitlng man peinllt his wife r.nd
hl little chlldien to be stlgmatizul
bv such fliarges
If an) man oieupjlng the high po
sition of u liw makei U uo turiupl
eel In tne limit jibteida). Whichever
lioin of the dllenim.1 thev choose to test
upon, their iioiltlon Is not such as to
Insplie reBpeet for the Institutions they
are sworn to uphold.
The Grand Jurv Is i necret bod). It
has a light to every detail of Informa
tion withlithe possession of tin) pub
Hi ofltcor that would In tho estimation
of sue h oflleei sen n to bring1 a ci linlnnl
to Justice Not nnl has the J try a
right to such Information, It Is tho duty
of the otlkci or the citizen to pkicn Midi
Information as he may have at the dis
posal of the Inquisitorial body now
searching foi facts with which to pinve
tho most serious clnrgo possible to
lodge against legislative lepiesontn
lives The duty Is phlu. That thlJ
duty s) mild bo evaded brings up a line
of conclusions legaidlng odleliil chai
utter Lot pleasant to lontemplate.
One or these conclusions Is naturally
Iho conviction that the Governor did
not haso his chaign upon a knowledge
of fact slnie whatevei kuowledgo hit
mny havo legaidlng bribery would b
placed In the hands of tho Attnine)
When Teirltnrlal odlelals set them
selves abeuo a GrHndMuiy listening
that the) aro following uu ludepe ndeut
lino of Investigation, It becomes much
less n matter of surprise that a redeinl
Dlstilct AttouiO) felt called upon to
fsncrlllcu his mnniiooil and corrupt!)
violate hU ii ith of office, It would
stem that nn punishment for such n
one inulil lie too gieat, nnd It will
be )our duty to pmmptlj Indict nny
one whom tlio testimony mny Justify
you In Indicting; foi having committed
tho offense of bilbtry ,
If on tht othei hand Hit o tharges
am men wild chnigts and niniois,
sl.indorous statements It will be )our
ilut) to expose the nutliois In )oui le
port to thla Couit of suili RtntenidnU
so that the stalu nnd the stigma which
roBts ii on n tooulmite braueh, of
tho govtinmtnt as u whole ma) bo
m will not of court e find nnv!n
diriment upon henisni tei tlniony. No
perton ouglit to lie put to tihl foi .i
criminal otfeneo or anestpcl nud
brought to tho bat of n tiiiiiiual couit
and foucd to give bond oi falling
to give bond bo locked up on a eiim
lunl chnigo, unless the testimony is
biimclent prima facln to wariaut such
pioropellngs being taken
How eve I )ou may Itat, thero Is
no law to foibld )our hearing htaisay
testimony If It comes to your atten
tion thnt A says that II told him of
tho commission of tiys otrenst, jou
mav send for II nnd so on until you
complete the alphabet It IsBomo
times nctei-sniv foi the Gland Jury
to ieeele lieoisa) tiBtlmony, In tho
III at Instance In oidoi that the) may
tiiiee these things to then fountain
source, follow the hacks
Telephone vto All Farts of the Island,.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J.G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses nnd Curr1tie6
For lixcurnl .no
to the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chince Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Cirrlages meet the S. S. Mauni Loa at
Kallua and take thrm ovetland to Huokena
w here the steimrr Is met aealn.
Al. PIIILLlPb- & oi
t ttholeusle Impottur soil iotbun
"jropsw mil Amoricr.n D'j &.
Ho t tad Qr-ten rltr-yn
t. IIAOKFEIJ3 a OO J "
eilEB&L M&WW AfibT
In consequence of the appointment nf
the Hon. Geo. Geirto the Circuit flench
as 2nd Judge, the h-m ot Davis ind Gear
Is dissolved. Geo. A.Davis will occupy
the sime offices and continue the active
And If tho P'actlce of his profession. iSocj-tf
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO..
SOLE AGENTS FOR
DIAMOND BEAD 'GASOLINE
In specially coateJ tins and heavy
cases to prevent leakage : : :
3 iilESp j
WILKE PORCELAIN REFUIGERATORS
Sjimpte now nn uhlbltlon.
An Intolct to nrrlvt on lh ' suuanu' now dut.
Henry R. Worihington '
aid, Fort Streets; JL
TEL.. MAIN 100.
, s "
Engineers and Builders of
JHIgh Duty Direct Acting
and Crank and Fly Wheel
Pumping Engines. Elect- (
rically Driven Pumps,
Power Pumps, Centrifugal
, Pumps and Water Meters. ,
Large stock of small pumps
on hand for all services.
A Full Line of Dixon's Graphite Products.
One Style Out of Many
of a new line of
UP-1 0 -DATE
Stylish, roomy ami comfortable.
Standard Goods. - None Better.
SCHUMANN CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
AERCHANT ST., BET. FORT AND AI.AKEA.
TEL. MAIN 205. H O. BOX C&i
IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
Experienced and Com
We employ the most improved methods and are fully
fit ed for
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
FOR SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Special Attention paid to
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
itchltects, Contractors and. Builders.
Edward R. Swtfn,
ITAVOtWVAlll II III ,
V. HOFFMANN J F. Mlt .
Hoffman & Riley
I' O Do lt
P. O Boi nt
mo W. fit.
C. W. Bral
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooirn 2-4, rtrllnjton Anntx,
(onolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
t Short Notice. 1441
. OF ALL KIND13.
Oealors in Lumber anil Oo:;t.
Quenn ntrort. HnnnlDlu
SANITARY STEAM LUNDRY
Tel. iMnln 73. Laundry, Kawalrihao St.
Up Town Office in the OLD l.LITE PREMISES, Hotel St. I
Jl.r .hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ..m.i -. .. iiy if 1 i. . ipiwf
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Cjoast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Siilmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Aiarket, King St., Tel. 45.
1 lie Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nutianu St.. Telephone 104
SHREYE & CO., San Francisco,
jflo facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will b sent on
seleC'jn to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
refe.ences In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Alurlcct & Pont 8tM., S. I-.
lllustratid CATAI OGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of requet. We have
'he Inrtest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New York City, and are
orec ired to tumlh special design.
Hie Bulletin, Ikis. per month
C NTRACTOR AND
GUILDER . . . T.t.
uliblng : Promptly : Attemleil : To.
.1. F. ' BBRTBLMAN'S
fo mr of old stand. Entranca on KVe
itrMt. O'.iitt left at either shop, cr crc,
t John Nott'j 3rg, Kin? street, will r-
n'r. rrnmr ttr,Sn
on all borts of bulldins.
OFFICE IN OLD ARLINGTON
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
Is again open for tl e
accommodotlon of the
travelling pub I:: : : :
MRS. G. B. ROBERTSON,
Iftio m PROPKIETOR.
FRED J. CROSS,
CoiinilttuR and Superintending
Kloctro-Hyelrinllc Powor Tranmilsilon
HEPOnTS AND E&TIMA'llCH
FUHNISHED. . . .
With Cntton-Noll Co., Queen xtreot.
Office next to Fouv tUca. 1S2I
A. Harri8onMUl Co.
ESTIMATES FVRMSH1.D UN AILKI6$ OP
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Mouldings, Brl.ets, and
All Kinds of Wood Worl.. Finish Turning
Ele Etc. l
KAWAIAHAO ST KhWALO,
Tel. White 1221 P. O. Box ;.
M An. Soc C. B
806 Judel Block. Tele, fl H
Honohilu Iron Worka Oo
Improved and nodern BUGAH UX
CUINURY of every capacity nd if
scrlpilon mude to order. Holler work
and IUVETED P1PK8 tor trrlatl&ii
purposes a specialty. Particular uttea
tlon paid to JOI1 WORK, and repair
executed at shortest" notice.
Jk .&) t -.::.&& A '" v"" &