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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, 11. T. , MONDAY, JUNE 3. 1901.
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This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
1 am not cot to rob the public
but simply to earn a living in
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HONIST WORK AT HON
I lave Moved
my plumbing business to the
CORNER OF BERETANIA AND
EVIJ1A SIS. Telephone, White
3S7 where t have In stock the
following goods :
, BATH TUBS,
enameled Iron and steel clad,
trlthnlckle plated trimmings;
also wcod, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet style.
Siiihs of Pressed Steel, both
gahraalzed and enameled.
Lavatorle, enameled Iron,
and marble with nlckle plated
Yh Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop SlnUi, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
ra'ngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Wc.-k and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitar Plumber.
TELEPHONE NO. 81.
WOW Is the time to get loaks a.
breakage reen to, anil ytwr
Roofs Put In Qr&
By competent woTtrni"
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Work.
XVtJ SUttl, tt. Quatn anl Mtrthinl Honolulu.
lost is troaptlr atiiei.l to.
Tel. White ! P. O. Box 270.
Notice lo Property Owners.
I hae In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
now ready to figuri on your work at the
lowest pices. My men are Union Men.
Give me a trial.
C. H. BROWN,
Territory Stable. King St.
IHJ and Wine Dealers.
lurOBTSBB, Alf D WHOLBSALI
Wine 111 Lipr Dealers.
Jltt lor It. Bottltl R.lal.r Baar of saattla.
HO. It NtJUAKU 8TBKET
ttfM Bk. Honolulu, Hawaiian Iiiasds.
P. O. Boam. Mnloal T.l.tbona 3.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Comer Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE, MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I.
Vff Beer to Burn,
Skit Bepr to Beat the Band
IN DRAUGHTED BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay ; It's fioinp,
fast, but there's more com-
ing every month.
1. H. DEE. Prop.
S. I. Shaw & Co.
SOLE GENTS TOR
Lemps' St. Louis Beer
Lemps'Extra Pale and Tally
The best of All Table Beers.
A specbl beer recommended by physicians
a nn nn.nrroccM tnnli- far IntollHc iiit.
TfcR THAN .WALT EXTRACTS. We recom
mend mis peer loan persuni In need of A
COD TONIC All city ordersdellvered free
cf charge. Family trade our specialty.
TELEPHONE MAIN 174.
Snrons, Physicians And Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
KOOMS toS-IOO, OFEICB, MAI1, til
Boston buuciia Rkidence,
Foot Street. White, .Mi.
HOURS it A. m. to 1. , :
. J.TO J P. m i TO I P. M.
P.O Roilti. Sundays if. p. m
OR. W. H. MAYS
381 Beretanla Street.
7 to 8 Telephone foa
DR. J. T. WAVSON,
445 BERETANIA ST.
OFFICE HOURS if,aiZ'nl,
1 0:30 p.m. to 7:30p.m.
TEL. Main 6
DR. C. A. PETERSON
1m rt-OMred his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
2- 4 P.M.
OR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERETANIA STREKT (opposite the
Telephone 510. P. 0. Box, 601.
Office hours: 8 to .'0 a. m.; 1 to S
v m.;7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 8 to 11 . m.
Dp. W. S. Noblitt
KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
10 a. m. to 1 p m. ; . p. m. 10 8 p. m,
g lo 10 a. m. anJ r to 8 p. m
At Kallhl rcslJcn:. from 5 lo 6mo ey .icnlnff .
Dr. F. J. Rayner,
Crown and Bridge
HO"RS 0 TO 4.
3Q4 BoBton Block.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS
ID n. t i t t.
1123 Alak'ea Street, next to Masonic
Office Hours q to 4
K, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S..
Love Dulldtng, Fort Street
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 434.
Dp. W. G. Rogers
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
New Special Treatment for Deafness
No charee for consultations.
OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.CA.
unimc -, A - . .... a. o
imunj y m -jl iu 4ijtry tu o.
Tht maklne anJ fittlnc ot tpecticles Is
our eicluflte busln$. We have moicrn
scientific nppiratus inJ know ho to ue
It. We teke All necessary cr w tiout
piling the ftk wiy up Oats' the way
we make a su.cess of It ' i t t ; i
A. N. 8ANF0RD,
uostoi moa , fot smti
ovtn mva co.
Pitcuon J. A. Matthekman
Peterson & Matthewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
P.O. Box it; is KAAHUMANU ST
i.lephone; AlAIN IU
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Counsellor at Law.
OFFICE-Bethel St., near the Post Office.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
r MERCHANT TAILOR
Fine Eiglish and American Geels
O5 Hotel street, and
cor. Fort and Nuuanu
P O.BOX6. TEL WHITE 911
T. KAT8UNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA, (Uuiar.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
taporarr OBta: Roo, j cptulri Spreckali balls
e Tl. H4
Lailes' tltlrts cleaned. Clothing
Cleaned, dye J and repaired.
Suits made to oder
" Fit fuannteeJ. Lguitp Ice.
Fori Street, near Kukul. and
nar Orpheum Theater,
frlces Of anlng one suit, tjc;
i66o-6rn Dtelng tult St m
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fresh Invoices of HUYLERS
CHOCOLATES per the
HILO TRIBUNE SCORES
There have arisen peculiar questions
ot privilege, personal, legal and official,
which have developed In connection
ttlth the Investigations ot ihe Grand
Jury now sitting In Honolulu, and the
refusals of certain men to testify as to
fncts of which they hive knowledge.
These questions Involve much wider
principles than the simple determina
tion of the. cases In hand and the
existence or non-existence of legisla
te corruption. They Involvo wider
Interests than those of the legal rela
tion of client to attorney, and even the
point. Important and interesting as It
Is. of the privilege any given public
office confers upon the person holding
In the minds of most 'of us tho vital
principle Involved Ig the right and
(n hat has not by any means nlways
been synonlmous with right) the pow
er of those Individuals who compose
what Is so often termed tho Family
Compact, to be a law unto themselves
nnd to affect that any particular attl-
tude they assume Is by force of that
assumption statutory and eonstltu-
tlorial. That such Is the nttttiido as- jnn "Acting Governor," nnd ono worthy
turned by the members of the so-called, of Imltntlon. when he apes tho oxer
compact for years past ceryoneiclso of an office which In point of law
knows; that such Is the attitude now
assumed by Messrs. Cooper, Thurston,
Dole, Kinney, nnd others of greater or
less prominence In that sacred band no
one doubts. Whllo we do not care to
asperse the honor and Integrity of the
Hawaiian Supreme Court of (lie past,
Me state It as an undoubted fact that
the bonds of sympathy, of mutual sup
port and thorough understanding be
tween tho Executive and Judlclnl de
partments of our government enabled
nnjone to predicate, as a foregone con
clusion, In any particular matter In
question, thnt tho Ucws of the former
ftotild receive the Judicial sanction ot
nuuiu till,,,; uc juu.v.u, quuLtiuu w.
the latter, especially if tho question
should oe, as is now tnc case, one 01
privilege, right, or scope of authority. which theS'nre appointed to forco upon
We take pleasure In being ablo to stato others. Thc spirit of American InBtl
ns a matter of belief that tho Supreme , tutlons. which Is tho lllo of the land,
Court ns at present constituted will not ilooks with little favor upon the official
be subject to what we belleic was In
lie if(lfl.i:BBUi ti u ivui uiuu&u yuiuui'.
Leaving the Judicial opinion In the
case to one side, we look upon tho nc-. danger from delegations of discontent
tlon of the parties whose rights are to1 ed agitators to President McKlnlcy,
be decided, as unjustifiable, and their, but unless they watch well the path
attitude nnd mothe is contemptible. I
Thnt they were among the first nnd (
most tenement In besmirching the,
name of the Legislature does not lessen
but rather increases our contempt. If
their charges were true they should
welcome the opportunity to substan-
ttnte them and bring tho offenders to
IN DEFENCE OF THE
From the Sunday Volcano.
This paper Is not an apologist fori We know that many will say, and
Judge Humphreys. His record Is such 1 Washington will declare, that there are
that he needs no apologist. Dut clr-lno grounds presented In the Bar As
cumstanccs, unfortunately, over which soclatton resolutions for the removal ot
we hae no control, place us In nn cm- Judge Humphreys. Wo think so, too.
barrasslng position. Today The Vol-
cano appears as the apologist of the
liar Association. We shall try to ml-
nlmlzo tho questionable acts, ,io say
tho least, of tho liar Association in
asking President McKlnley to rcmoo
Judge Humphreys from nn odlce which
ho has filled with so much conspicuous
ability. Integrity and Impartiality.
We deslro to say, as tho ndvocato ot
the Bar Association, that Judge
Humilires Is not on trial, but the
Association Itself. Many of tho mem
ber's of the Association have been led
Into a tran and are now floundering,
like fish In a net. to ercape imprison
ment. To the best of our ability wo
shall try to extricate them from their
precarious position, nnd we ask the
mercy of the community In their be
half. It may seem to many that tho Bar
Association In its attempted Impeach
ment of Judge 'Humphreys Impeaches
Its own Integrity. It will be hard for
The Volcano, friendly ns It Is to the
Bar Association, to deny this glaring
error In arraignment. Wo havo tha
assurance of Brutus Thurston, Casslus
Smith .Cnscn Kinney nnd Ticbononlua
Hartuell that the Bar Associations nc
tlon was actuated by the most holy
motUes the conservatism of
vldual liberty and Justice.
It Is true that many may say, and
Washington will say, that theso con
pplrators, being guilty ot the contempt
of the court which they Impeach, wero
actuated "liy 'malice. But perish this
thought nnd let mercy find lodgment'ln
your minds, for Brutus Thurston and
hie fin.fnnnnlrfltnrii &nv thnt lnvn np.
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tuates their action. And are they not
It is true thnt many will say, nnd
Washington will say, that these con
splrntois, having been, guilty of con
tempt, should hae first purged them-
selves of contempt befoio courting con-
tempt at the throno of power. But why ;
can people be so unreasonable, so j
cruel, so devilish? Does not this com-
munlty know that Brutus Thurston,
Casslus Smith, Cascn Kinney nnd Tro-,
bononluB Hurtwell are honorable men,
nnd being honorable men, would not
Let us, in weighing tho nvldcnce In
this phnso of tljc case, overlook facts
nnd tako tho uncorroborated state
ments of these conspirators, for they
me honorable men. Lt us banish from
consideration tho Insulting affidavit
flleil by tjicse honorable men In the
Smith pei Jury enso, nn affidavit that
not only was insulting to the court but
to cveiy American In this Territory, an
filfltlnUt that no eelf-iespcctlng attor
ney would present In nny court on tho
Malulaud. These honorablo men say
that no Insult was offered, although
they left out good breeding and pro
ftsslonal etiquette In their pleadings.
Let us be meiclfnl, for "the quullty of
mercy Is not strained."
justice; If they are not true their ob
ject In making them can only be' at
tributed to the basest nnd most un
patriotic motives. In any case their
excuses seem to us of the flimsiest and
Ab to Acting Governor Cooper, pro
vided he can sustain that onerous but
self Imposed title, which we doubt, we
consider his course the most contempti
ble of all. Thurston's excuse may be
111 founded, but It Is at least an excuse
with color of Justification. Cooper's Is
merely nn evasion, a wrapping of
himself In the robes of an assumed au
thority to secure release from the per
formance of a duty which he owes the
State, nnd Immunity from the punish
ment which such evasion rightly brings
upon any man who without reason re
fuses to perform such n, duty. Thurs
ton says, "I owe certain obligations to
my client, which obligations my testi
mony would violate." Cooper says,
"I nm In a position where I don't have
to testify, nnd thercforo I won't: If
Hip Grand Jury Is looking for corrupt
, tlon. they will hnvo to find It without
my help." Truly a noble position for
he does not hold, and hopcto God
net or will.
Tho class represented by Cooper nnd
Thurston hns been for ro long responsi
ble to nobody, nnd to nothing, except
their own theories and their own
wishes, the latter usually being pa
ternal ancestors to the former, that
they find It hard to rcnllzo thnt there
Is a real law nnd a reil Constitution
In the land at last, to which their ac
tlons like those of every other citizen
must conform. The law grants few
privileges to tho man In authority
which It docs not grant to the man
under authority, and those nro chiefly
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I privileges of following nnd obeying
, more exactly man omers me inns
who would make the rolicof big ofnerf
n i wivtiiuu tiK'i.tiok uiv 1 mun ciiii-iita
of duty. The Hxccutlvo officials of the
Territory of Hawaii need fear little
they pursue, they'wlll without hostile
Intervention fall Into tho pit which
they themselves do dig, be the authors
of their own handwriting on the wnll.
and the Instruments of Its execution,
Let them remember that in political as
In civil life there nro moro suicides
As there nro no grounds In tho reso-
lutlcns, or outside of them, for that
matter, for tho removal of Judgo
Humphreys, 'tho Bar Association la
placed In a peculiar position. I.ct us,
however, withhold our censuro and be
merciful. Let us not condemn the
greatest and noblest profession, ns
Oeorgo A. Davis declares, In the world,
for men nro prone to error. "To err Is
humnn; to forgive, divine."
The resolutions passed by the Bar
Association declnro that Judge
Humphreys has continued to publish
and control a partisan newspaper, and
has taken and continues to take an ac
tive part and leadership In bitter poli
tical controversies In this Territory.
Is It any wonder that tne Introducer
of these resolutions, Mr. A. O. M. RobV
ertson, wanted to consider, them with
closed doors? So Judge Humphreys
controls and publishes a partisan news
paper! We feel sorry for tho Bar As
sociation. Brutus Thuiston also con
trols and publishes a partisan news:
paper. But he is not on tho bench?
True. But ho seeks to place men on
tho bench whom he can control. Now,
tho very first charge against Judgo
Humphreys looks suspicious, smells
suspicious, and is suspicious. In It wq
ecu mo upuiica nnu gleaming unit
of newspaper rlvnlstilp. We feel great
sorrow for the Bar Association.
Nov; there Isn't an American Judge
In the States who isn't a partisan. He
has to be a partisan to be elected. He
has to beB'member of ecmo party to go
before the people. The Federal Judges
are appointed by the President, but tho
ii-resiueni is n partisan., Tho writer Is
,1 - n - Biuuni is a partisan., ino writer is
acquainted with a number of Judges
Wh0 own stock tn newspapers, and they
are good Judges, too. We are Borry
for the Bar Association. Let us ba
merciful. Tho fact that Judge Humph
reys publishes nnd controls a partisan
.newspaper. Instead of being detrlnion
tal to his Interests In Washington, will
bo to his advancement!
The second whereas stntes that ho
has used his position on the bench for
his own pcrsonnl nnd'polltlcal ends.
Tho Bar Association will shed tears
of contrition for this whereas. But let
us be merciful. Tho whereas Is am
biguous, Irrelative nnd Immaterial,
The records of Judgo Humphreys'
court will show that since his elevation
to tho bench he has heard moro cases
nnd rendered moro decisions ciowded
with legal acumen than nny other Ter
lltorlnl Judgo In tho United States.
I'rcsldont McKlnlcy will piobnbly say,
when Judgo Humphreys' lustious
record Is presented to him: "I wish I
had moro of such political Judges."
Tho third nnd fourth whereases set
forth that Judge Humphreys hns been
arrogant nnd Insulting In his conduct
toward members of tho Bar, nnd has
abused his powers over attorneys and
otherinppearlng before his court; that
his conduct has destroyed the confi
dence of the Bar in his administration
Wo feel greatly aggrieved to think
thnt the conspirators have again to
eject their personal trouble Into the
resolutions against Judge Humphrejs.
It Is bad for the Bar Association. Bru
tus Thurston, Cnscn Kinney and Tre
bononlus Hartwell were very properly
and very Justly Imprisoned by Judge
Humphreys for contempt of court. One
refused to testify before the Grand
Jury and the other two grossly In
sulted Judge Humphreys In an affidavit.
They escaped punishment oalng to
the action ot the Chief Justice ot the
Supreme Court, who doesn't know what
to do. and the pardon of a man who Il
legally claims to he Acting Governor
cf tho Territory.
Wo have In our attemptssto lighten
the burden of condemnation which Is
everywhere heard against the Bar As
sociation, Incidentally alluded to the
charges, against Judge Humphreys,
From their perusal and nn acquntn
tanco with the reasons for their pro
mulgation, 'Ao'nre convinced that tho
Bar Association Is guilty of the con
tempt of the people.
Tho fearless American Judge. A. S.
Humphreys, Is more popular with the
people today than ever before. He Is a
noblo man, with a record nn a Judge
unsullied by one dlshondrable act.
Camarlnos receives for hla.refrlgera-
tors all the California fruits of the sea'
son by every cold storage steamer. He
always has on hand a stock of fresh
spples, grapes, oranges, etc. rfend your
orders by phone, No. Main 378.
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National Bank or San Franoisoo
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Paris Credit Lyonnals.
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Shanghai Banking Corporation.
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British North AmerlvH.
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months 3 ner cent.. 6 mnnilii.
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Pioneer Building am
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Mone loaned on approvsd Marlt
A Savings Bank for monthly dipoCU
HOUfea built nn thm mnnthl tl.
Twentieth Bart . of Stock la
OFFICBHS-T. F. Laniinj, Pre
dent; 8. B. Rose, Vice President: O. t
Qri?SSS.urer'' v ar- Becretan
DIRECTORB T W Tn.ln. a i
t?!?tA; X' ri w Keechllair
Salts, J. L McLean, J, D. Holt. O.
, n, u. aowara.
A. V. OKAS.
Chamber of Commerce room.
Office Hours: 12:101:10 p. an
Bissor ft 00.
Savings DsDoaita will K
received and Interest allowod by thl
Bank at four and one-half per oeni
Printed conies of the Rnlei and tu.
ulatlons may be ohtalned on appllcatlm
Ufflco at bank bulldlnii on Morchai
BISHOP A- fv
TJb Yokohama Specie Bar.
5"!'.,fl"?'J C'Pll"'.,...., Yen .4 .,
alJUpC.pltal Y.n i3,oog.ooo
Heal Office, Yokohama. "' '
The Dank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
ind Letters ot Credit, and tranaacti
a general banking business.
un hia D.poilt foi i. Boatai, a cm ami a. e
Oo Ha. D.poilt for 6 Boalbl, ,V "
wb n. wapemigr Big.,
Branch ol tha Yokohama Sped Back,
M RspuDllc Bnlldice. in mi si., Bouln
Mails, Brokers and Jobbm
H. P. BALDWIN PrtsldMi
J. B. CASTLE... 1st VIce-PresldM.
W. M. ALEXANDER....md VIce-PresldMt
J. P. Cooke Treasure
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audits
Si jtr Factors ui
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Ge
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Compan '
Klhtl Plantation Cc
Hawaiian Sugat Cc
Kahulul Railroad Company,
Tie Califtrala a.. Meital S. 5. C.
W.G. Irwin &6o
Western Sugar ReOncry Ca, ot BM
Baldwin Locomotlre Worki, at
Philadelphia, Penn., U. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (NaUomaj
Cane Shredder), New York. U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt ft Co.'s Chemical FertiM.
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade n
tlllzera for Cano and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFEn FOR SALE
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. ft B. PalaM
and Papers; Lucol and Ltnaeai
Oils, raw and boiled. i
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), ',
white and colors.
Filter" Press Cloths, Cement, LUkj
CASTLE & COOKE
Taa ta Plaauil'a Co.
Tka Walalaa Aftlnllratl C... L I.
Tb. Kob.la Saiar Co
Tha Wala.a Susai till C.
Tb. Fulton Iron Works. SI. l.alt. ,
Tb. Co. F. Blaka Siaiaa Pnil.
W.moq a Oatrlfutala.
Tbi N.w Eatfan V Isiaraaca Ca, .1 .
Tt. .Ctaa Flra 1st Ca. of Harftari. Sm
Th. Alllaaca Aaraofa Co af Laatoe
LIFE and FIBE
Hew. England Mutual Life In
surance CO. CF BOhTOK.
tka Fire Insurance Cokpant
Wm. 6; Irwin & Co.
Wm. 0. Irwin.. President and Ifanattv
Claus Spreckcls 'Vice Preside!.
W. H. Olffard ..Second Vice Preside
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and .
Geo. J. Ross Aaillgaj
Mam 0 III
10IANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPA J
OF HAH FRANOTHfiO. nn
BlBWE C&, LTD.,
OttMB abaal. Hoaolula H.l
Hawaiian Aarlculrtnal Cozjanr. Aaarlaa ,
Coopaar. Ookala Jurat Plant. Co . Obmm. lual
Co., Hoaomu Surar Co , Walluks Sacar C. . aUliat
Su(ar Co . HalaAaia Huuh Ca., Malokal R.mi-
E'V'f '.V"1 ?W H ' V p""'
fc C.'( Lis. of Boaa Packata
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Oonkn. PrnatrfAnf, CiMAvrM
Ttobertsou, Manager) E. F. Blahcp'
Treasurer and SocreUry; Col. W. X.
Allen, Audit ir; P. 0. Jones, E. Wstr
house. OQQ..K OArter. Dlreotnra.
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU
The Lancashire Insurance Ce,
The Balolse Insurance Co,
Union Gas Engine Co.
DomestlcSewIng Mach n. Gtt
F. W. Thrum,
REAL. ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Bubserlhern arn fiirnlRhril viih .pam
Ave to six lists per week, giving an ae
curato record ot deeds, mortgasea.
leases, releases, powers of attorns
ttc., etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PIUCE, 12.00 Pk,
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