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HONOLI7I.I1. TMRKITOKT OF HAWAII, THURSDAY. BEI'TEMItKll 1!. 1001
PlOE 5 Obktb.
I " v
1 dW 1Y
f m WORK
Receives the'" Charge of
Judge Gear this
MUST TAKE NO LAW
FROM SUPREME COURT
.The Principal Business to Pass on
Indictments of Transition Period
Prisoners But Other Matters
.ImWe (Unr charged tl' B""11' ilr'
jit the special term of tho Hist Circuit
Court this morning. Tlio following
grand Jurors answered to their names:
llehrv Wnterhouso. Chiirlcn T. Wil
der, Clinics M. Cooke. Philip Moylan
MuiiLile. U Tonne) Peek. Chnlmcri
Alfonse Orahnm. Horaco J. CrBft.
Sim r Kupu. Charles M. V. Korster,
llenr) Lewis. David i Knwnnaiiakoa.
I'hailes II. Wilson, V. II. r.oueks. K. 8.
L'niihit. Clnlstopher Jones Holt, Jo-
slab T. Cr.iwlei'. 1. H. 0. Mlddlodltc.M
Charles W. Ilooth. Mow Iv. Nakulna
.mil lluirj de Fries
H, C. I.. Peterson's n.ime being ail
ed, the coiut nlil he left In the steam
er elonU and wns e'xuu-ed for the
Judge- ('.ear, when the jtraml Jury had
In en MAiirti. Hated Hint Instend of de
liverlnii a ct chnrgi- on their duties
III gencrnl he would illicit, from Chief
Justice Steele of California. Tim grand
tmt was to a iertii1n evlcnt an luiiO'
-utlon here nlthougli thev' weie all
somewhat conversant with the nature
if Its functloni.
Important qui Minn had nilseli or
late In this community and tlvej had
bcou'enllfd together for the leisou that
lertalu elcclnlons hail been rendered
which lolejsed prisoners fioni O.1I111
Jail who were serving scntenles for In
faiiimn ci lines. ThU uiuit and tho
I lilted States Court had held flint thu
1 isolation of annexation conferred 011
all poisons In Hawaii tho right of com
mon law Jury trial and Immunity from
piosccutlon except under Indictment bv
a island Juiy. This couit would follow
United States decisions and t litre
mi douht the Deput) Attnine.v Gcneial
would bring before them all the prls
mieiK who were not Indicted by .1
ui.md Jury and eonvlited l the unani
mous erdlct of a petty Judge.
QitotliiK from the California Jurist
nlrcjd) named, with side comments to
tit the local occasion, the couit pro
ceeded to say that the Jur weie an lu
uulsttorlal as well as a Judicial both.
They had a right to Inuulrc Into tho
muctuct of nubile Institutions, with aa
Julls, as)lums and leformatorles. The
couit did not now direct them to do
such things, hut If the were brought
linfore them by the Attornej Ocntral
or other public Information It would
he tlulr dut to maka the tincstUa
lion. In this subdU Ulfin of work they
mlsht pursue their Inquiries by committees.
It am indlildual member of tho
1:1 anil Jurj knew of inn tilme or pub
lie wronK. he might bine It bioiiKht
before the body for Investigation. Tho
Kiaml liny wag empowered In this
lountry to Intestlgiite an dNimte be
tween the no ernment and u cltUen.
They should protect the cltUen fiom
uiijiiht accusation. No ucrson could
be held for trial for Infamous 11 line ex
teptlng upon Indictment of not less
than sixteen or moru than twenty'
three gTund Jurors,
They had n double dut to see that
a person accused of irlme should he
brought; to trial If there was probable
1 uise, and to prtcnt the prosecution
of a citizen upon mere public (.minor,
Only legal evidence should be received
by them, and might order absent ew
clenee to bo produced. An Indictment
ought not to be found unless In their
Judgment the evidence would secure
conviction by a petty Jury.
While. Inquiring Into one offense an
other might be proted to them, for In-
TOLD BY BULLETINS
-Mlllnirn House, Iluffnlo, N. Y..
Sept. 12. 8:4. a. in. Several of t-
the President's phslclans have
readied the .MIHiimi house; for the
moinliiK tonsuU.itlon which wan
set for 11 little later (nan usual
the rain Is falllim steadily.
Mllhuru House. Iluffalo, Sept.
12. The follow Itiff bulletin was
Issued by the President's physl- -f
clans u. 0:20 11. 111.:
"The Prpsldent has had a com-
fortable night. Pulse. 122; tern-
ptraturc, 100 2.
P. M. Ill.VIIY..
0, II. COKTKI.VOr,
Si'il.tar) to Prisldeiit.
Mlll.urn House. Ilurfalo, Sept.
12. The fiiltiiAiig bulletin was
Is.ued by the President's phsl-
clans at SiiBH a. m..
The Pieslclint has spent n
t quiet mid nstful night anil has
(akin much niiurlshmint. He
feels better this morning than at
any time. Hn has taken a little -f
solid food this moriilni; nnd
lellsheR It. Pulse, 120; trmpern-
(Signed.) P. M. lllxe). ltos--t
well Park. Hermann Mster. K(i-
gene Wasdln, M. I). Mann. Char-
f Irs Mcllurney. Cieorge H. Cortel-
joii. Secretary to the President
Mllburn House. Tlurfalo, Sept.
12. Or. Milluiney will leave
Iluffnlo at 10 o'clock. He feels
perfectly snfe In going but ''ex-
peets to return In a few dn)s.
FOR A CIGAR
The Or cud Prix which wni
nwnidrd to the TcrTltor) of Ha-
wall foi the excellence of Its edit-
rational exhibit nt the Pails Kx-
position, arrived b the steamer
jesterila) and was reulved by
-f the Commissioner of Public In-
structlou. this morning. It Is the
er nnest medal of the kind that
hus ever been the fortune of the
I Islands to mure. On one side is
KxikmUIou UnlvvrselU Nr.llnnale.
t l00. On the other' side ha
figure of vbtor iirrliin labor
with a torch In Its hand.
Ml 0F ONOIHEA
The Only Vacant House
S IN MANOA VALLEY
Has two bedrooms and all modern In
provements; $40 a month.
Maine perjur). Of if nnjono of them
had Information of crime having been
committed. It was his duty to liave It
The) should not allow- any private
prosecutor to npnear before th'era. A
preliminary examination before 11 com
mitting magistrate, where the accused
met lits accuser face to face, served
thci ends of Justice
These Instructions were given them
Luaiise there was u wldespitud Ini
presslon that the ginnd Jur) hud sur
vlveil Its iisefulue-ss. Here the court
quoted the tOmmuu law maxim Hint
the grand Jury vvcic to present no man
for mullce, feflr or revenge, nor to
clear any man fur liillucucc. favor or
Their del I bei a lions weic lo be ac"
ciet. The- Alturnrj Oeueral had u right
to prisentiasev before tlicm. but not ID
nc. pr. sent 111 uieir cicnueraiious or vov
If further Instructions, weic required
they were privileged to usk'the court
for Elich. The) were entitled to thtf
services of an usher, and the court ap
pointed Hmll Nc1 to that ofllce. They
might appolut n clerk (themselves.
Subpoenas would be Issued for wit
nesses at tlit.li request. An) member
of (he giand Jury Slight Interrogate
witnesses. All Inteipieter might bo
present as well as the Attorney Gen
eral, but no person should be present
when the giand Jurors were giving
their opinions or taking votes. In
conclusion, Judge Gear sjld
"You are a part of thU court nnd not
of the Supreme Couit. Two grand Ju
ries, for reasons best known to them-selvi-s,
took tile law from the Supremo
Court and In consequence one f tlieist!'
Juries line! to be discharged. That will
rot be allowed In this court. You will
take )our law from this court or fiom
the Deputy Attonii") (leneial, of courso
with the approval or this court.
"Your pilnclpal business will be thq
bringing of Indictments against such
people In Jail now who were' convicted
of Infamous ti4,mcs during uhnt hai
leen called tlif tl.iusltlon period, or
tho time between July 7, 1S98, and Au
gust 12. 1900. Theie will he lots of
work for )ou to do.
"In bringing Indictments you are not
eqiilred to be without n reasonable
dnuht like a petty jury, as )ou only
hear one side of the case. If jciu be
lieve that the government evidence,
line oiitindtc ted, would result In con
viction )ou are to find a true bill.
"Your hours will be fiom 10 tri J2
and 1:110 to 4, but ou may sit longer
than that if you wish. You may ap
point committees to Investigate pub
lic Institutions or any crime nuv of
joii ma) hear about.
"Tim couit appoints David Kawnna-
koa us )nur foreman. You may elect
)0iir own clerk.. A room will be set
apart for you which is to bo subject to
jour orders until you are discharged.
Oro. A. Davis, Deputy Attorney Gen
eral, at this stage said that he could
not art in cases wherein he had appear
ed ur counsel for prisoners In habeas
coipus eases before the Supreme Court
While there was nothing contrary to
law In his acting, yet It was doubtful
practice. Therefore ho would consult
the acting Attorney General about such
Tho Court You have precedent for
Mr. Davis Dot I urn not going to
follow that. I have made some little
reputation tor honorable practice hero
and am getting too old ,to make) u
Usher Ney was then sworn and con.
dueled the grand jury to Its room.
(Associated Press Special. I
MILBURN HOUSE, BUFFALO. 3EPT. 12, 11:31 A. M. THE NEWS
l-KUivi Ittt Htuaiut or mc i-ntaiutm is uu mi cuuuu uc . ,hl , , ((f ,(
DE8IREO. HE 8LEPT WELL AND WAS SO MUCH IMPROVED THIS l4 thn ,.,, n.,,,,,1,.1,,,;. j.-
iviuiirf inu 1 nM 17U nno uivbn a vur ur curreb sreu bvivvw
OF CHICKEN BROTH. HIS APPETITE AND HIS SPIRITS WERE SO
HIGH THAT AFTER HIS BREAKFAST HE ASKED DR. M'BURNEY TO
BE ALLOWED TO SMOKE A CIQAR. THE BULLETIN ISSUED AFT
ER THE MORNINO CONSULTATION CONFIRMED OFFICIALLY THC
PRIVATE REPORTS OF THE PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
DR. M'BURNEY DECIDED THI8 MORNING THAT HIS PRESENCH
WAS NO LONGER NECESSARY. AND THAT HE WOULD LEAVE THI1
AFTERNOON FOR NEW YORK. BUT IT IS HIS INTENTION TO RE
TURN IN A FEW DAYS." SECRETARY ROOT WAS ALSO SCHEDUL
ED TO LEAVE AT THE SAME HOUR AND POSTMASTER GENERAL
SMITH PROBABLY WILL GO TO VASHINGTON TONIGHT. SECRE
TARY HITCHCOCK AND SECRETARY WILSON, HOWEVER. WILL RE
, CABLE MESSAGES, TELEGRAMS AND LETTERS CONTINUE TO
POUR IN. EXPRESSIONS OF PAIN AND GRIEF HAVE GIVEN WAY TO
MESSAGES OF CONGRATULATIQN AND THANKSGIVING. AND THC
WHOLE WORLD 8EEM8 TO SHARE IN THE REJOICING AT THC
PROSPECT OF THE PRESIDENT'S RECOVERY.
THE BULLET IN THE BODY IS SCARCELY MENTIONED NOW,
EITHER BY THE PRESIDENT'S FRIENDS' OR THE PHYSICIANS. AS
A FACTOR IN THE PRESIDENT'S CONDITION IT IB SEEMINGLY IG
NORED. THE CONSENSUS OF OPINION OF THE PHYSICIANS IS
TMAT TH OUTER WOUND WILL NOT BE HEALED FOR SEVERAL
WEEKS AND THAT IT WILL BE ADVISABLE FOR HIM TO REMAIN
QUIETLY HERE FOR ABOUT A MONTH. THEY WILL TAKE NO
CHANCES. DR. M'BURNEY SAYS THE PRESIDENT'S ABILITY TO
OIT UP IS NOW PURELY A QUESTION OK MF.CIIANIC3. HPT TH T
SUCH A MOVE WILL NOT BE PERMITTED UNTIL THE WOUND IS
ABNER M'KINLEY, THE PRESIDENT'S BROTHER, IS STILL HERE,
BUT HAS NOT YET BEEN ADMITTED TO HIS PRESENCE. THE
DOCTORS 8AY IT WOULD BE 3AFE NOW FOR THE PRESIDENT TO
SEE AN OCCASIONAL VISITOR 3UT THEY DE8IRE TO PUT OFF AS
LONG AS POS8IBLE THE DAY WHEN HI8 FRIENDS AND RELATIVE3
WILL BE ADMITTED.
Physicians Good Report
NEW DOCTOR HAS PLACE
MADE MORE CHEERFUL
Porto Ricans Are Taxing Resources-
Institution Maintained to Tide
Over Until Home is
About a Year Ago it Was
Bought By Coast
DEAL MADE QUIETLY IN
' SAN FRANCISCO RECENTLY
Stock Bought at a Much Smaller Fig
ure than it Sold to Pollilz
, ' lu addition to a 1 up of
He will want a 1 ig'ir
lug." said In
"Will he bo able to sit up soon?
"No; not lor some time," nim.eri'l
the Doctor. "Not until llio exte-rlor
wound lu tho abdomen heals anl
his -heart action
Also large residence on the Walkiki
Beach near the Annex; S60 a
month for seven months.
For groceries ring up Dlue 911.
WILL. KflEP OPIIN IIOU8I5.
Ilotli the Mjitle ami Healanl (lub
houses will be kept open for the ac
commodation of members and trlenJs
on Hegatta Day. Music unci light re
freshments will be furnished at both
houses and a vvetcomo extended to all.
Fiuo .Toll Printing at the Bul
(Associated Piess Special
Mllbuili House-. Iluffalo. Sept. 12.
10:07 a. in. Today, the sixth sln-e
President McKluley received tho
wounds which now prostrate1 him,
opened with a heavy rain nnd every
Indication isitnted to Its continuum.1
iliirlni? II111 ilnv. Durlnir tho late por
tion of the night no one appeared to prows' strum; and
be moving about lu the- .Mlinurn noiibo grows) normal.
nnd the lights vve-n- only dimly burn- "What is tne cause- of his accelerat
ing. Tho early morning bulletin pro- ed pulse? '
paled by nr. 1". M. lllxe), the Presl- "Oh. 1 cannot tell ).ni; but It U
dent's regular physician, who remain- nothing serious."
eel with tho President all night, show- nr. Mynte-r nlso said ns lm drnvo
ed that ho had passed a comfortnlilo nwny that the- exterior wound was
night with little change In pulse and progressing hatlsfai torlly.
tempeiatiirc Trom last night V official uoctora Park and Wasdln, who fob
Ktnti-ineut of the rrcsicleufH condition, lowed Dr. Mynter, continued the
About 8 o'clock the doctois arrived statement that the- President this
for tho regular morning eoiisiiltutlon. morning had taken solid food for tint
The- consultation wag brief, the short- first time. Dr. Mann, who remained
e-st slnci) the- President was strltken. (or some time after the other doctors
and when the- physicians eame out had gono. snld the- patient could not
tlulr elation was evident lu tlulr be doing better,
smiling c-oiinti-nanci-s. Dr. .Mjntt-r "Why. lie evuu asked for a elgaiy
paused nfter he Jumped Into his buggy said he, laughingly,
to announce thut evei)thliig enntln- ")lil he get It?"
tied eminently satisfactory. "Well, hardly. ' leplled tin surgeon.
Thu Pie-sldunt has had u piece of "He will have to wait awhile yet lo-
tonst ami a cup of loffeo this morn- fore wo allow him to smoke."
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8BABURY MARRIES. I RHPCLLING BOEItH INVASION,
Autniic Seilniry and Miss IJninu , .,., ..
Hollersen, the defendant and complain. , '"' '"""' "" '--"' -
Ing witness In u case that came up be- da,e H'"1""' "' l-'I'0 Colony hus been
fore Judge Wilcox a few ilii) ago,' entlrrl) cleared of Invaders.
were married, )esterday und with this Alleged lloer snlcs have lie.n ar.
event, nil lb past lias been wiped out. rtiteA nt MMwlbW.
Court when lined b) Judge Wilcox but T,,e ",,,lr"l,ht Volunteers surprised .1
piobably now, this ease will be set- l'"" "' ,""rB nfar a tarmnouso and
tied and Seahury will be able lo go oidcud them to currencies The Doers
about his business ns of old. He is a refused nnd the lliltish opened lire,
bard working )oung man nnd has held , wounding General Smuts and other
very responsible positions In the elty.Uoers and killing Captain Arbendorff.
to the entire satisfaction of his employ. General Smuts succeeded In making bis
eis. He Is now with Hoffman & Mark- escape.
ham nt the Ice works In Kowalo.
GORMAN , 6,139
ROBERTSON v. ; 5734
HERRICK ' " ns,
M0S8MAN "' ail
CHILLINGWORTH " 413
JOY -.v 352
DAYTON '. 209
GLEA80N ..v 193
8HELDON , S3
LOUIS 1 17
RICHARD80N ' 14
At the hands of the new ph)slclan.
Dr. A. N. Sinclair, the Hospital for
Incurables has undergone a vigorous
cleansing. The walls have ueen white
washed amf the Internal nppenrance
generally eiihamed In cheerfulness.
1 here has ulso been some change In
the stuff, lm lulling the- implo)mint of
u skillful male nut so who attends to
the dressing of wounds and tores, be
sides the general management under
The average number of patients in
the hospital Is 22 and the cost of main
tuinnce Is 100 n month, part of which
comes fiom the government ami the
b.il.iiue fiom private subscriptions.
S. i:. Damon, treasure r of the Insti
tution, said to a reporter:
"The object of keeping the hospital
going Is slmpl) to tide over the eases
of sufferers until the Home for In
curables ifcsocl itlon hns built Its hos
pital, although there Is no connection
between the two Institutions.
"We have been bothered u good deal
lately b) Porto Kb nils who are
brought hen- with Incurable diseases,
They have absolutely no means of sup
port, not even money enough to pay
for their cofllns wlijti fhey die. In
one cuki) ti planting agenc) is gunran-
teelug the cost of coffins, which Is not
a small Item for our limited resources.
"The directors of the hospital have
under consideration the question of
nuking It u condition of receiving Por
to Itleans that the plantation sending
them to the hospital shall become re
sponsible for their maintenance.
"Americans, Germans. Ilawallans.
Japanese, Porto ltlcans, Portuguese,
Norwegians and Swedes nre represe
seuted among the path ills."
The controlling Intel est of Unomva
plantation has ngaln changed hand.
It Is now with C. Drewer t Co, hav
ing been purchased here and on the
Const for a great denl less than it was
told about n )cnr ago.
Mr. George It. Robertson, mnDag.-r
or C. Hi ewer & Co. hen-, stated this
morning that the report of the pass
ing of the control of Onumca wn
correct. While he did not reel at lib
erty to state on wtat terms the ele-al
bad been mndv, lm would statu thai
C. Ilrewer & Co. and rrlends now held
the controlling interest.
It is understood on good authority
that where tne stock was sold to
Pollltz & Co. nnd other San l-'rnnelsco
pnrtl.-s some time ago, at the rate of
$i:l"..Vi u share. It was bought back
at the rate of 1115 per share. Th
plantation is cnpllallzed at tl.OOO.Uflu
and the stock Is uovv of a par vnlii'j
of 20 At this rate, where Pollltz &
Co. bought lor JJ7..V). they sold back
for $21, The transaction of tho re
purchase ot tlio, controlling Interest
Involved a Mim of money In the
neighborhood of $.'i.ri,ini(i.
As a re-sull of the work of the ma
nipulations to reguln n control, tho
price of Onomea has not fallen at
low as other Hawaiian securities on
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngwoith re
turned from Wnlalua in the morning
train, after a hard da) 'a work at that
pluee. Yesterday he appeared an the
prosecuting officer In the case of, Shi
moila Shlutnro, charged with selling
different kinds of liquor than that men
tioned In his license. The- Japanese
was found guilty and seuteuccd to pay
u fine of $100 and cofts. Mr. Chilling-
worth has other rases at Walalua to
The steamer China arrived from
San i'ranetsro this morning after
leisure 1) Hip of six and n half dnyi.
Her experience with wind and weath
er was ot the best and the vessel trav
eled over a sen that whs as smooth as
glass most of the way.
Ilci cabin passengers for this port
were many, among mom being sever
al well known here. Ah the China
will have- to take on n great quantity
of ioal at this port, shu will not sail
until tomorrow, at live In tho morn
ing. Shu lert San Francisco about
half an hour after the Ventura nnt
so besides late Associated press dis
rate lies did not bring much news or
Purser Jeromo of tho China return
ed In the vessel this morning lifter a
very iih-asnnt vacation trip home. lie
lay off last trip of thn steamer and
went Kast, where he had not been Tor
eight )ears. He sn)s It made him feci
like a buy agalu to get among bin old
companions, and on account of trm
Kcsnl time he had It imulo him feel rev
luctutit to return to duty. Hu waa
about town hunting up old friends tbU
London, Sepi. 12. The Unlte-d
States Kmhassailor, Mr. Clioato, lues
received thy following dlsiatch from
riDiinisuuiK uutii i iuwii; n iini.T.
I am most grateful for tho Presi
dent's messngo and am rejoiced to
hear that his condition steadily Im
"(Signed) EDWAIll) K"
Women arc such a puzzle to men be
cause they are such a puzzle to them
selves. Theie Is a certain wav a clrl
nx'es a lamp when a man Is coming to
call on her which she culls "Just I
enough lit." Atlanta Constitution. I
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of the city for leic up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped to
all parts of tho United
Slntes and Kuropo.
Office. 1047 Ilothel SL,
opposite Honolulu Market.
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keep Itt When you have worn
one pulr of our BANISTER
8IIOIi8. you know vvluit to cnll
for when you want nnuther pair.
TIiohc nre the kind of hIioch we
in like It a point to keep, line! we think that we have
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