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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H' T., SATURDAY, MAY J8, 1901.
." l"' " '' s ' jL -.'-g , I
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but limply to earn a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
i "Honest work at Hon
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to the
CORNER OF BERET ANIA AND
EMMA;STS. Telephone, White
3571, where I have In stock the
following goods :
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle plated trimmings j
also. wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet style.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories enameled Iron,
and mirble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pice, Faucets and Trim
m'ngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
Ja& Nott, Jr., Sanitar Plumber.
Tolm N Kti
TELErnONE SO. 31,
OW Is the time to get lsk a.
treakata won to, and yoci
Roofs Put In Od
By compwU'nt worfc'PO
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvan'ztd Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductcr Pica and Gutter Work.
XtcbarJ Strttt. t.t. Qmen anl Merchant onotulu.
Jo.biojt pioBDtly an.n4.a t.
Tel. White 41. P. O. Box 170.
Notice lo Property Owners.
I have In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. 1 am
now ready to figur: on your work at the
lowest prices. My men are Union Men.
Give me a trial.
C. H. BROWN,
Territory Stables. King St.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
cor. Fort and Nuuanu
O. BoXg6l. TEL WHITE JJI
T. KATSUNUMA 6- Co.
A. t. OZAWA, Maaax.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
tmtoiur OBc.i Rooa j apttalia SrtKk.lt bill!
laiics' sklmcleancJ. Clothing'
Jin4, dyeJ ni rfpa'rti. k
Suits tnij to o der.
Ft guaranteed. Lo e.tp let.
Fori Strut, nwi Kiikul, anJ
aaar OrptMun Tb..t.f.
Prim: Cltanlaz on. lull, 15c;
wUq-ln Dyctnff f ult 3a I s
HENRY ST. OOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Excl
AND DEALERS IN
rartlcalar attantton tlvaa to parcaaaa aafl aala al
Havallaa Sutu Stock.
Lata. Nafoilau4. I..un aa r.i.lta Slxka
40S CalltoPDle St..
San Franelaeo, Cat.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AKD BOKD BROKE I
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
IM1 11 1 1 t 1 a u c a umrc
i.3' If IJULirx U J.l 1LVJU
f Stock and Bond Broker
Moabtr ol HtwilU., diock Itctaat..
Melnerny Block, Tort Streot.
A. J. OAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Brokei
Uak.f al Ik. Hoaolala Slock Iickaaia.
Offloa Qomo street, opposite Union
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
MrjMBj, Physicians nd Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Rooms K8-toq, Ofeici, Main, 181,
Boston Buildino, Residcici,
Fort StRtrr. Whiti, Mi.
HOURS-ii a. m. to I. P.M.!
1 TO t P. M.i ? TO t P. M.
SUNDAYS I,. f P. M
P. O. Box Sot.
DR. W. H. MAYS
881 Bcratanta Street.
HOURS-io to j
DR. J. T. WAY80N,
445 BERET ANIA ST.
TEL. Main 146
J DR. C. A. PETERSON
u ra-cwr ed his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
2- 4 P.M.
7- P.M. j
OR WALTER HOFFMANN.
BKRETAtflA STREET (opposite thi
Telephone S10. P. O. Box, 601.
Office hours: 8 to .'0 a. m.; 1 to S
. m.;7 to 8 p. m.iSum'ayi, 8 to 11 a. m.
KINO STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
OH ICE HOUR
to 1 r m. t r. m. to V j tn,
9 to to . 01, ani ? to 8 p. m
At Kftllhl reIJn;t from j to C-to every tcnlr,g.
Dp. F. J. Rayner,
Crown and Bridge
HO RS g TO 4.
304 BoMton Block.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS
112) A lake i Street, next to Masonic
"'ffire Hours 9 to 4
V C. WALL, D. D. 5.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Love Building. Fort Street
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 434.
Dp. W. G. Rogers
EVE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
New Special Treatment for Deafness
No charge for consultations.
OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.C.A.
HOURS 0 to 12-2 to 4:;c-7 to 8.
We fit (ilosses
We grind JcnncH
We repair iSIuhhch
FACTORY ON THE PREMISES.
A. N. SANPORD,
BOSTON BIDQ, FORT STtECT
OVCP WAV A CO
WITH OUT PAIN
Will extract corns
50 CT8 EACH
keep you from having your
will call at your house and
treat your.corns successfully
J. A. Matthewman
Peterson & Matthewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
.O. Box 16
I KAAHUAUNU ST
f.tiPHOM, Main 16I
J. M. KANEAKUA,
ttorney and Counsellor at
Offloa: In the Occidental Hotel,
rner of King and Alakea Streets,
LUKE F UIIIONO,
CIMS. M. LtBLOND
. . Agency . .
All Collections Promptly At
Following Is the detailed report of
the Grand Jury on the refusal of Sec
retnry Cooper, Attorney General Dole
ctml L. A, Thurston to give Informs
tlon regarding bribery: i'
'- As to Attorney Genernl.
lie It rememliorcd that the Grnnd
Jury heretofore summoned, oxamlnccl,
Itntinnclcu. sworn aim charged to servo
us Grmul Jurors In the Circuit Court
of the Fli-jt Judlrlhl Olrrult of th-i
Territory of Ilu..all. como Into opon
Court on this 17th day of May, 1901,
and make complaint In writing,, which
complaint is duly suhscrlhcd by each
and every member of said Grnnd Jury
and which complnlnt Is In words, sen
tences ami flgures as follows, to v. It. :
"lloom of the Grnnd Jury,
"Honolulu, Mny 17. 1901.
"Honorable A. S. Humphreys, Judge
Circuit Court of the First Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
"You will take notice that tbo a rand
Jury for the Island of Oaliu, Territory
aforesaid, had before It on tho ICth
day of Mny last ppst E. 1. Dole, At
torney General of snld Territory, who
being duly sworn declined to nnswer
questions after admitting that tho
nnmes of two men had been given to
til m by Henry B. Cooper, Secretary of
Territory. In conflilcnco upon tho tin
demanding that he. E. P. Dole, should
not (IIviiIro tlio names, and admitting
iiiML iiu naf etimu ii.iuiiuuuuiii 11 uuu, (jn jno 5tn (av of'Mnv last I V ""v""w,,
that he considered legal ovidence of Thurston being duly sworn was jis'ked Thcrc W0,,W seem lo be Qt t,,c prcs'
attempts nt corruption of memhcis cf (0 B(nt0 W)mt ), )now of attempts to c,lt tlmc no Intention on the part of
tho Legislature, but ns a matter of ,r)c or corrupt members of tho Leg- U'e Senate tc follow In tho footsteps
honor felt ho ought not to dlvu po sature and he said: of the House. The members have had
nme, ..en,"i!liJ?.M ..B.. " "Tne on,y rnnltcr ' hnvc henr(1 3 "p experience with the Governor In at
sTonydreyunaso0tno,dohl8 ,,,S9-1 "rd.VoseTto'hTs "nlj thSSj T ? f
"Th0t tho said E. P. Dole more fully ' ills 00" Ho ta. slated ?? "' bTrted"n th. ? Pos.V.on
set forth his reasons for refusing to threo members of the L-pglslnturo had lel'a ,to, H ,)Iccd '" tleme position,
testify In a letter which Is npponded demanded money of this client before notwithstanding the fact that the
to this as an exhibit. Delng called they would give support to his bill: Speaker of the lower Houso announced
again on the 10th dny of May, nnd be- money was pnld by ray client to an the other day that the Appropriation
lng duly sworn, stated: That ho had officer of the Legislature for his aid bill would be passed In toto according
nothing but henrfay testimony at that to tlu bill; I am obliged to decline to the Governor's estimates In ordei
tlmo as touching charges of bribery to give vou tho name of my cllefit Jr j0 foico the special session
nnd corruption of members of the to divulge to you what his stilctnent 0ne r the Indcpendent'senntors It)
Legislature, that he had no egal evl- wns to me, bellev ng that ns n conn- ',.,' , ., ...,. .,,..., ,.,.
denee In his possession, snld ho do- sclor I nm privileged so to decline. P!ns .,Ue motterTosterday, said:
cllned to repeat nny statement made nnd nlso decline to stato to vou .which J1 ls our Intention to lertuco the whole
to him In tho nature of hearsay, nnd bill mv client was lntercted In.' I Appropriation bill so that It will be
that any Information given' by him "Ilelng nenln railed on the ICth dav within the receipts as figured on by the
would close sources of other Informa- of May Mr. Thurston being sworn Treasurer. As you have already seen,
tlon nnd defeat ends of Justice. snld: (every Item so far has been thoroughly
(Signed) "J. O. Carter. Foreman of "'Thn Information I have from mv discussed The lemalnder of the bill
tho Grand Jury: A. V. Gear. O. Still- client Is not of Bitch a nature ns would. ..iiih.b t'roitpd In the same wav nnd
ti... u .. a r n.ii,, ir .iui,.n,i t .v.. n,o,i t.,,. ...nt,Q ttiiiTo ireaieu in me same waj nnu
man, John F. Colhurn. S. C. Dwlght,
Edward II. Mlkaleml, C. II. Cooke. C.
H. Itrown. O. E. Smithies, John D.
Holt, Jr., II. E. Mclntyre. E. C. Mnc
fnrlano. J. C. Cohen, J. C. Qulnn,
"Territory of Hawaii,
"Offlco of tho Attorney General.
"Honolulu, II, I May 15, 1901.
"Mr. Joseph O. Carter, Foreman of the
Grnnd Jury. Honolulu.
Dear Sir: At your request I take
pleasure In stating In writing the post-
tlon I took before the Grand Jury In Is as follows: this stage of the game..
the matter of alleged legislative cor- "I decline to give further statements, .jf the bill from the House should
r.r'lon- , " I concerning the statement! vmido bv come up t0 u, mflt lVe wlu nmcnd lt
"Certain men have told me what, as my client to mo relating to demayd , . . ,.h - blll
they snld. other men told them. Thlt. upon him by members of tho Iinfa- Just a wc arc uoms un our n ul"
Is the sole and only knowledge which turo for pavpient for their ffll'dul "!-, no,)).' . ... , .. ., .,
I have In the premises and Is hearsay, port, upon tho ground that tho Inforn-.a- The force proposition ls distinctly
and not legal evidence. itlon was'recclvcd by mo In my capa- a scheme of the House In which tho
"My chief Informant, as to what city as an nttoinov from him In his Senate, so far as the Independents nre
others told him, said that they made rapacity as a client. In the course of concerned, does not ntean to take part."
their statements upon his word of business between us In connection 1 . ,
honor that their nameH should not bo with such relation. j
used until the Government Instituted "That such communication and BUDDHISTS WILL CELEBRATE.
prosecution. Theso names wero given such Information Is privileged nnd I. '
to me In the same confidence, and I have no right to divulge It except up- The Duddhlsts will celebrate the un
do not feel justified In nssumlng the on consent of my client, which Is re- nlversary of the birth of tho founder
responsibility of determining for my
luiuiumui. wjitruiiT inn pifUKU snail ue
"I have given the Grand Jury to tho'
best of my recollection tho names of
overy person who hns made n tangible-
ntntement to mo or In mv presenco
nnd hearing In regard to this mnttcr.
None of these persons claim to know
anything about It of their own knowl-
1-l.. , ....-,. .,.!. . .. ..
no mw iiruuiuiiH me, 110111 as Al-
lorney Genernl and In the capacity of
a witness, rrom making any statement
to tho Grand Jury of my opinion as to
Lie truth or falsity of charges before
them, or what I think nn- evidence
does or does not warrant them In do-
inir. it 8 nroner. hownver. tnr mn tn
ra v au (.i uivt t Muncivi, till lliu IU ... ia- i . m
say that I did not attempt to present wiu r,n,1,so, a cold. By mixing n tef
evidence In this matter at the present !10Infu1, J J cr.r' DaJU PAIN-KILL-
terra 01 court ror mo reason that 1 ,;,".,' .",, UT.;
believed a quiet Investigation which milk, the whole system wll be heated
would necessarily take tlmo would en- nmI ,t,ho.,lnn!ver of cold avoided. Avoid
able 1 Grand Jury nt th-s next teim of substitutes there Is but one Pa n-KIll-court
to obtain mur:i fuller evidence cr' l '" "avis'. Price 25c. and COc.
than It Is posslblo to obtain now. I '
"I may add that, as I undcrstanl the SEATTLE BEER,
law. tho head of a governmental de- ThB . nnnui-,. nior beer Is ho
nartment lvivim; n mmter of this kind , er popular Kainier ocer is do
In charge Is ot tho ground of nubile1 coming a household word and will
policy prlvllge1 fmm tcstifrltur ns n you bavo r. glfss of Seattle," Is mors
witness. I have not, however, claim-
ed tho privilege. I have no Informa-
Ftnn In tlin mntfpr nypnnt nnuiii. unil
In the lino of hearsay 1 have given tho
OFFICE TELEPHONE 8A6.
Practical Undertaker and
43 and 45 Beretania St., and 701 and 703 Fort St.,
names of those who nre ono degree
nearer Its original source.
"Very respectfully yours,
(Signed) "E. P. DOLE.
The Case of Cooper.
In the matter of Henry E. Cooner
tho complaint of tho Grand Jury Is In
the following terms, nnd the citation,
of. Mr. Cooper to appear and showt
cause Is Identical In nil but tho name,
with that of Mr. Dole:
'On May 15 last Henry E. Cooner.'
Secretary of Territory, now acting,
Governor, being duly sworn, snld: :
"Have Information of contributions
to a corruption fund: discussed lnfnr -
niniioil 1 hncl Willi unvernnr limn! ilr.
cllno to give source of Information ns
n matter of privilege; decline to give
any Information to the Grand Jury
I have of attempts to corrupt members
of the Legislature.'
"That on the ICth dny of Mny said
Henrv Y.. Cooper was again before the
Grand Jury, nnd upon request mndo to
him refused to be sworn or to testify,
claiming prlvllego as acting Governor
of this Territory?
Attitude of Thurston.
.,,,, citation l.,c. on 'the follow-
in me matter or u A. Thurston, a
.1 1".. ." "-"i"'' -TJ. '"' ...
for directly or Indirectly offering a
bribe to n member of the I.Rlslnttir.'
"Mr. Thurston was Invited to formu-
Into In writing In his own way reasons
for declining to answer tho .inoMlons
put to him ns to tho name of his client:
.the nnmes of tho members of the
Legislature who demanded money. :it,d
tho bill his client was Interested In.
nnd did so. and his writing Is here-
with submitted ns nn exhibit."
The written exhibit ot Mr. Thurston
A Chinese Monster.
Ho Kit was arrested last night and Is
now being held for Investigation. He
is believed to have committed the das-
tflr.iiv rrimo nf rano on n sevCn vear
L,0,"!"0 , L ,m nn .
a lve girl. The Illtlo one was
also taken to the police station for the
nti.nion ... t,lf.n,lfvl.m ,1,n Phlnnmnil
"i""-" ...n....j...h "" .......,m
and was later removed to her home
nd placed In the hands of a physician
. ,,. , .. , ,.
, Exposure to Vct, dampness and co d
t5BS' " ?!" '
""'" " "" l" .i.u
nften hmi,l than anvthlnr else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
Manufacturer and dciler in all descriptions
j . .
For eating, drinking:, a4 cooking.
' . v
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On Line' of Action
There Is a very wide divergence ot
opinion In tho matter of tho length
of the present extra session. Tho re
cent action of the House In passing the
whole Appropriation bill la second
reading without change .has caused
ninny to believe that the session would
not last more tbnn a fortnight nt the
most. However, the Senato and Us
J1 AX C. ave to be taken Into con
oumme nae 10 ue lanen inio con
the work I think will take at least four
wecliil more- If the I,0,,w decides to
oppose us In our work and undertakes
to change our bill when It goes down,
theie will surely be n deadlock.. We
ti,,lk we aro doing the right thing and
,,-, ., ,,,i .in rtnn.i i.i- n. Tn
.,, .. ',.:., ,., ,',,,
IWB4 ,V 4l'!WlJ ( tUUUll .11), ,1. ,U,W UV
rordlng ot the estimates ot tho Gov
ernor ls absolute foolishness for the
special session Is an uncertainty and
.one cannot deal with uncertainties at
of the sect In the temple on Fc
Sunday afternoon, beginning nt 2:30
o'clock. The following program hag
been arranged: v
Reading, "Sutra." Priests.
Hymn. "Narino Mlyamn A.," Sunday
Address, "Object, of tho Meeting"
(English), Hov. Y. Imnmura. .
Reading, a 'representative of the
a representative of V
(English), Night School
Reading. Night School Pupil.
Hymn. "Narlnn Mlyama I).," the
members of the Y. 51. E. A.
Address. Rev. II. Motsumoto.
Congregational Hymn, "Sanbono 51."
(all standing). .
All citizens of Honolulu are cor
dially Invited to be present.
Dr. Pierce's Elec
tric Body Battery
Awiy with Drugs t Invcs
tie. 1.. Sn I fur" Book
let No. ." Aidret.
flCKCB ELECTRIC CO.,
620 .M'-ket St., S. P.
Q rntt,MUcious,ximirnoct- Q
K WMtR 8AHt t CO IT0.
SrCut CMt, 1i lb. &. A
Clr,, CliM.1.1. .awiMt...4l. 14 lb. .k
V 0.rmaSv.tCliK!t.l'41bt.BkM. V
X tOH ..Lf ml UtOiNQ OKMM. X
Walton Bakor&Oo. Ltd.
Dorckeiter, Man., U, 1. A. ,
. . -si AAl y
RES. AND NIGHT CALL 848.
Pianos and Musical
Honolulu, H. I.
. V, j. . t.JJaV Ajft.." , ", ,'-Sii
-- ' 7- r -lJa
Laundry Work. -,. i
IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
Experienced and 'Com
petent Labor. '
We employ the most improved methods and are fully
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
' DOMESTIC O GLOSS FINISH
FOR SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
6peclal Attention paid to
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY
fel. Main 73. Laundry, Kawalahao 8t.
Up Town Office In the OLD
S The Gunn Sectional
II Offlco and
Book Cases 1
The Coyne Furniture Co., d.
P. O. BOX 6at. PROGRESS
V bood Gheere fg
I flood FnfarfatnmfMfcA
' For thirsty
CLEARANCE SALE OF FAlICY GOODS.
Being overstocked with art goods, and having
received large consignment of new coeds, I
must make room for them. The present stock
will be closed out : : : : : :
FREE INSTRUCTION IN EMBROIDERY
will be given to everv purchaser of thee goads.
NOW lb THE TIME to purchase goods for sum
mer fancy work. ::::::
MRS. H. H.
Willi the City Furniture Store.
Henry R. Worthington
and' Fort Streets.
TEL.. MAIN IOO.
Engineers and Builders of
High 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
iMr "- '""ll prov'ejheir jenr "Tz tT- 8
mi an iiiiii i iiiiii i i " " -Ti -i -- -- i u.r
. i ji. i . i
ELITE PREMISES, Hotel St.
Famous Gunn Desks
Love Building, Fort Street
No More Dread
op the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bv our late
scientific method applied to the gums. No
sleep-i roduclng agents or cocaine.
These aie the onlv dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED API-LI ANCES
and Ingredients to extract, fill and applv
gold crowns and porcelain crowns unde
tectable from natural teeth, and warranted
for ten vears, WITHOUT THE LEAST PAIN.
All woik done by GRADUATED DENTISTS
of from is to jo years' experience, and each
department In charge of a specialist. Give
us a call, and vou will find us to do exact
ly as we advertise. We will tell you In
advance exactly what ynur work will cost
by a FREE EXAMINATION
Set Teeth 65 00
Gold Crowns 85 00
Gold Fillings $100
Silver Fillings 30c
Our name alone will be a guarantee that
your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
kOUM 4. ELITE Bl'llUllfQ,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
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