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WEDNESDAY MAY 29. 1001.
LI1T THE PBOPLB 8PHAK.
Sir. Thurston has gut his resolution
through the l!ar Association. With n
good majority of members of the liar
Asoclntlon absent because they "could
not afford' 'to oppose the money In
fluence anil business of tht Rang,
the resolutions cnlllnK for Humphreys'
removal !ine been railroaded through
and will be presented for what they
aro worth. ,
Now let the people speak!
If Thurston thinks he has finished
this fight lie Is beautifully raided by his
own conceit. Ills gang has seen fit to
take the Initiative, now let us deter
mine whether the Territory of Hawaii
Is In fact an American Territory In
which the people rule or merely n dic
tatorship established and maintained
for the benellt of 1.. A. Thmstou, A. S.
Hartwell and W. O. Smith.
tho United States.. The President Is
neither a knavo nor n fool.
They will not secure the removal of
Judge Humphreys. They will "not se
cure tho support of the people. They
will continue on their downward path
till their aggregation sinks beneath the
surface overloaded with Its self-imposed
load of Impotent wrath and per
sonal spite, disgraced nnd Justly condemned.
IMJUIT OH Ttlli CONSPIRACY.
The Th.ummil.in conspliacy ngalnst
Judgo A. S. Humphreys has now leach
ed the go.il that wan set as soon ns
Humphreys was appointed by the
Pitsldmt the attempt to secure the
removal of tho Judge.
This what the Thurston gang has
laid nwake nights, met In secret con
elate and bent their energies to ac
complish. They do not cac two snaps
for the administration of Jiutlie. ex
cept It Is such Justice as passes their
censorship. They tan view with In
different e dtclslons of the Supremo
Court that on6 day Interprets tho law
to ftce a prisoner and then Interprets
the same law to send another prisoner
to jail. They don't care whether thu
Chief Jubilee holds back the first de
cision which set a prisoner free In
order that It mljut not hate tho forcu
of law In the decision that tout the
second man to Jail. They care nothing
for the American principles that guar
cntee humeri liberty. They scoin Jus
tice that falls to accomplish thu ends
They arc "not vindictive." Perish
the thought that such an Imputation
shinilil be thought of when umsldcrlii;
their nets and motives. They only
want Humphieys removed.
And for what? -
They want Humphreys removed be
eauso they opposed his appointment In
tho first Instance.
They want Humphreys temoved be
cause he Knows law and refuses to act
accordliiR to their deslies; because he
Is courageous, and no threat or slur
they tan ever Influence him In the
least In his honest Interpretation of
tn law. to bring tho criminal to Jus
tice and icmove the stain of guilt from
They want Humphieys removed be
cause he has done his duty In calling
n Grand Jury to Investigate the charge
of bribery launched against tho Legis
lature by the Governor ot the Terri
tory. They want Humphreys removed be
cause he demands that his court shal
be respected and has dared to punish
any member of tho Thurston gang for
contempt of court, lias dated to deal
with them as he would deal with any
citizen or any lawyer who makes a
premeditated and slanderous attack
upon the court,
They wanf Humphreys removed be
cause they hate him. They aio "not
vindictive." They simply halo
Humphieys because he U a courageous
man. a fearless honest judge.
rurthei more they want Humphieys
lenience! that they may thereby produce
a counter nttack to shield the Gov
ernor and Actlna Governor from the
Ignominy of proved Incompetence, dnd
In tho Governor' case to offset tho
nntural results of bis bad faith with
tho authorized representative xit tho
Keileial Judiciary Department.
What Judgo do they want'.'
A Judge like Chief Justlco Frour for
Instance. -who calls for pi lilting con
tracts after JSfO worth of the work has
already been done by the official organ,
who compiles laws at tho behest of tho
Governor and then wants tho Legis
lature to pay him for work done with
out proper authority, who admits Mr.
Thuistnn under sentence of the court
to urgue with him as to tho merits ot
Issuing n writ of habeas corpus, who
allows a discussion of the ndvlsablllty
of calling a special term of the Su
premo Comt to bo carried oil at tho
samo time, who Is not Influenced by n
pievlous decision of the Supreme Comt
when rendering a decision bearing on
tho liberty of an American citizen, who
sees the Governor and gets n bill
signed six days after tho Legislature
Adjourns. They want a Judge who
views law as they vle.v It, who Is Jn
verterbiate and tractablo as they da
Thurston and bis gang want the
people to follow them In working out
a peisonul spite mid put the courts on
tho easy piano so that when TliuiBtnn
says "thumbs up," tho comt meekly
echoes "Thumbs up."
Will they get It?
American honor still means some
thing. Decency nnd Justice still tem
per tho minds of the federal officers of
The attempt which will be made
to get a new Judge for the First
Circuit Court In place of A. S.
Humphreys Is not In any sense
t Inflictive Advertiser.
"Not In any sense vindictive." Really
L. A. Thurston ls turning his paper
Into a funny Journal that would do
credit to Uryan'a Commoner or some
of Eugene V. Debs' tirades against
"government by Injunction."
"Not vindictive." When Thurston
has consistently and continuously at
tacked A. S. Humphreys since that
honorable and fearless gentleman was
first appointed to the bench by Presi
"Not Inflictive." When Thurston Is
known even among those he counts as
his friends as the most vindictive per
son that God ever created In Hawaii.
"Not vindictive." When Thurston
has for months been smarting under
the defeat given him In the first Re
publican primaries held In his home
"Not vindictive" When Thnrrton
has conducted his campaign against
Humphiejs with the bitterest Invective
he enn lay his tongue to and the vilest
slander ho enn gather from the mud
heap of misrepresentation.
"Not vindictive. Verily. Thur3ton
through his newspaper makes the peo
HAIVrWr.LL A I'lIACH.
During tho course of the contempt
proceedings In Judtre Humphreys'
toiirt Saturday , P. SI. Hatch, attorney
for A. S. Hartwell spoke as follows:
"I ask leave of your Honor to change
u date. It was Inserted by Inadvert
ence. A dato when Judge Hartwell
commented to practice law, which Is
given here as September SO, 1S0S. He
was then on the bench. It ought to be
the year lt"I."
A. S. Hartwell. according to the
statement of Mr. Hatch and Mr. Hatch
Is n tictbful man was on thu Supreme
bench of Hawaii fix ycats before fcc be
gan the practice of law here. This Is
tho soil of judges the opponent of
Judre Humphreys, are looking niter.
A man who sits on the bench first and
becomes versed In the law afterwards.
This exhibition of what the Thurston
gang wants is equalled only by the
presence of A. S. Hartwell sentenced
for tonteinpt of court presiding over
a liar meeting, tnc cnici purpose oi
which Is to condemn the Judgo that re
futed to beslandciirl by Hartwell.
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In Specially coated tins and heavy
cases to prevent leakage : : :
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SiTplfCnoi. on exhibition.
An Invoke to irilv.- on th "M'lMNU" now du .
A Full Line of Dixon's Graphite Products.
Chase and Sanborn
Old Government Blend
Salter & Waity
TEL. 681 BLUB
Henry R. Worthington
and Fort Streets. .
TEL.. MAIN 100.
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Brokers & Dealers
tT We will Ha ott,v,tifi Entateli
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Engineers and Builders of
High Duty Direct Acting
and Crank and Fly Wheel
Pumping Engines. Elect
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Power Pumps, Centrifugal
Pumps and Water Meters.
. Large stock of small pumps
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architects, Contractors ana BnUdera
Edward R. Swain,
STANOtMtAlD DID ,
J. F. HILLY.
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I O. Box too
. W. Pitt
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223' MERCHANT ST.
of a new line of
It wni understood when the Gov
ernor said he had Information o(
nn attempt ut bribery In tho Homo
Itulc Legislature, tlmt tho evldcmo
though cerwslnir. a moral cer
tainty, needed more time to lie )mt
In provable shape. Adertlscr.
This understanding was not reached
until the Grand Jury was called. Pre
vlnu to the call the Goternor's ofllclnl
organ found It convenient to demand a
Grand Jury Investigation and when tho
call una Isjurtl Immediately found It
conenient to condemn the Judge for
doing what decency and official lntes
rlty demanded. If the Governor did
uot havo his Information In such form
as to secure a Grand Jury Indictment
he had no business to refer to bribery
In his olllclal correspondence. Falling
to have the required evldenco to con
vict, the Governor himself by pub
lishing the fact that he hnd "Informa
tion" must of necessity put corrup
tlonlsts on their guard .
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Standard Goods. - None Better.
SOHMUfl'S CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
OAIIU COLLHGB CHORUS.
The Oahu Colege chorus which .Is In
tending to give Haydn's "Crentlou"
on June 21st, will meet tomorrow night.
The chorus already consists of over
sixty members, nnd Is growing every
time practice Is on. Almost all of the
prominent local slngets havo Joined
the chorus, and aro now practicing un
der the leadership of Professor Hal-
lcbeyus. Mis. Allan White will do the
solo work for the chorus.
BET. FORT AMD ALAKEA.
P O. BOX G04
Most everybody to-day has a hobby some
don'fwork at it very hard, others bend all their
energies to make their hobby a success.
The hobby of our cigar department is selling
big cigars of fine quality for little money.
Of course we sell cigars for five cents and
otheis for two bits and all the way between and
. some above, but the bright particular star in the
galaxy is our " LA ESTANCIA " justly celebrated,
high grade Havana Cigar.
We sell bit cigars in nearly every Havana
brand, and you get a good lasting smoke of the
best tobacco raised in Cuba.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title . .
DON'l BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THn INSTALLMENT PLAN,
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE KS IT WILL PAY YOU TO
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Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
lonolulu, H. I.
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Or ALL KINDS.
Jealera in Lumber and Goal.
Qaeon Ntrefct. Honolulu
GUILDER . . .
Flank Costa, ono of tho clerks at
the Inter-Island wharf office has Just
finished a pen nnd Ink plcturo of the
olllters of tho steamer Matina I.on.
Tho likenesses oro very good and the
engrossing ?brk cleverly done. Costa
Is a Filipino nnd has many little
sketches mado by hlmcelf.
J. M. VIVAS
Attorney at Law
& Notary Public.
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses,
Financial and Real Estate Agent,
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MorseG nnd Carriages
For Bxcursi ns
to the Volcano or the Mountains,
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1060 FORT STREET.
RING TJP THE. .
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Sales Stables, : : :
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HUhlo 'Phone, 477
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Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
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Choice Reef, Veal, mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Draye tor Freight
Our representative meets all Incomlni
iteamers from the Coast 'id we checw
luggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wiiile and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 2:0 Kin;
itreet. lei. 86.
V. LARSEH, 1W.
ulililnif ; Promptly ; Attended ; To.
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.. 18 RBMOVBD
0 rur of old stand. Entranc, on King
trt. Orir left at cither shop, or offu,
1 John NottV (tor,, Kin? street, will re
w'v rrornr' ttn!nn. mi-tf
on all sorts of building.
OFFICE IN OLD ARLINGTON
Also Poultry, Salmon nnd Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market, Kinp St., Tel. 45.
The booth, Fishmatket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104
An excellent chance Is offered for
SHE THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna I.oa at
Kallua and Like them overland to Hookena
v, here the steamer Is met again.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
To 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 be sent on
select' jn to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
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prepared to tumlsh special designs.
FOR BALLAST !l
f White and Black Sand
I In Quantities to Suit....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
SST Dump Carts furnished by the daj
jn Hour's Notice,
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practice of his profession. iSoy-tf
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