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EVENINO nUI.Lk.TIN. HONOLULU. It. T.. KUIDAY, BKl'T, 20. 1901.
Published fcvoy Day Except Sunday,
at 210 King Street. Hi nol'ilu,
T. II.. by the
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Post OOlce Box 118
.SKITHMHKIl 20, 1P01,
Thu orcan of Thurston's liar As
koclatloa devotes nearly a lolumn of
editorial Bpace this mornlnK to calling
.Tiidee Humphreys a liar. With nraple
time and equal opportunity the organ
and Its satellites have failed to con
lnee Attorney General Knox or the
public of tho truth of their assertion.
Their campaign Is one of bitter person
al malicious spite and Is so recognized
In Washington a well as Hawaii.
JUDGE HUMPHREYS MAKES NO
Itimnliii: .i tmrtbun newspaper- My .
object In assisting to tnmul said news-
paper was to encourage the grafting
uf Ametlcnn Ideas upon the undent
llaunll.in root, and It Is my present be-
lief that the general attitude assumed I
bv the newsnaner In uuestlon has been!
conducive to that end. So far as Its
efforrs have lain In that direction tho
tfforts, though not always the manner
of tho efforts, have met my approval,
Leading part In bitter political con
troversies My opinion as to matters of
public Interest arising during this for
mative period of tho Islands has not
been btippressed nor has It been with
held from those who sought It.
Iwllel It would setni that the "".l
cinere do not desire your attention call
ed to those editorials In support of
their charge of partisanship, but, Ifj
they be deemed material I shall be
pleased to furulsh you with copies of
th IsMie of the paper containing
Licensing men to practice before Dis
trict Courts The Judges of said courts,
who aic deidgnated in the Hawaiian
statutes ns district magistrates were I
atl appointed by Governor Dole
v large majority of them can
neither road, write, speak imr under
stand the English language.
Furthermore, the. record distinctly
shows that nearly all of those persons
were licensed after the passage of the
bill reftrred lo and thnt veirral per-
fons who voted against the bill
licensed by mo.
The nil! ens' If such charge be
proved, the President cannot act too
quickly In protecting the people of H.i-
nail against such a Judge anil my in-
stunt xummary removal from my post-
Hon Is his Imperatlvo duty.
There Is in this afildavit (by uirrin ,
Andrews) and attached ctTronolnglcnl
statement not only a suppresslo verl,
but an absolute fulsllicntlon of the
record by the omission of a Judicial
act absolutely vital and pertinent, both
evidently intended to deceive tho At
torney General and the 1'iesident ns to
the facts In the case.
The contempt cases I stand entirely
upon this rctord and do not desire to
make any explanation In regard to th
Kiiirse pursued by me.
The Lewis utfalr If his general rep
utation Is bad, It Is predicated intlrely
upon the attacks made upon lilm by
the yillow Journals of Honolulu the
chrome sheets which are engaged la
assailing those Federal appointees who
were uot endorsed, for the position
ttiey bold, by Goernor Dole.
Partisan Grand Jury This specifica
tion Is unsunpoited by evidence, ex
cept the simile affidavit hoove referred
to (by one of the pontons seeking Hum
phreys' removal, and to the effect that
a majority of the Jury were Demo
crats) and I dismiss It with thtse oh
Conclusion If In attempting to hold
an American court In the midst of
those conditions. I am n misfit. It lli-i
with you and the I'risldenl to sav
nhcthcr the American Idea of judlclul
piocedure (If I have correctly pursued
such Idea) shall he mado tn conform to
the conditions prevailing lu tho Isl
ands or whether those conditions shall
he made to conform to thn American
Idea of the administration of Justice.
MORE THURSTON EVASION.
.N'o wonder the organ of factional
politicians and Thumtou'b liar Asso
ciation refuse to publish thut portion
ut Judge Ilumplircju brief relating to
the Dole government' connection with
the Iwllel stockade. Tho refereuco to
Iwllel Is thct pith of the whole brief;
It Is the portion which, supported by a
eric inrent's report to thu Department
of .ItiMtcc put Hankey nu the defen
sive, caused him to link for ten das
time In which to reply and wns ki unl
et! only Hvo dajs by tho Attorney (ien -
ii nl, nnd now furnishes tho basis on
which the removal ot Governor Dole!
will bo seriously discussed by depart -
ment officers tn Washington.
Naturally Thurston nud ills thirty
tlx liar Association mcmbcis cvad?
this main Issue. Neither Is It illlllcult
to determine wby their organ of abuse
lias failed to pub.lsh thu special dis
patch In tho New York Tribune under
date of .Sept. I In which thu Washing
ton ccirrj'spoudcnt of that administra
tion paper expressed the belief that
thu President, falling to remote CJov
eruor Dole immediately would probab
ly ask Congress for authority to ap
point u commission to Investigate the
methods and acta of the local admin
istration. This Information us well ns
that In the dlspute.li of Sept. I In 'which
the vindication of Judge Humphrey
was forecast was obtnlned ny the Trl-
bune correspondent through n comer
nation with Attorney General Knox
not Judge Humphreys.
Judge Humphreys' opponents have
not only maliciously ami continuous
ly maligned him hut they have with
the tame Industry sought lo mislead
the people of Hawaii as to the tourca
and Import of dispatches sent to the
New York papers by sluff correspon
dents. They hae endeavored to make
the people believe that Humphreys titwi
the so correspondents on a string tine'
tney act nrroruing 10 iuo sircnisin mi
Humphrfjs' pull. To those who know
the character and Handing- of them'
correspondents, especially the Tribune,
lepreseiitntlve, this furnishes positive!
evidence of the realization by Thurs-
ton and hi cohorts thnt they have
bein routed horre, foot and dragoon.
nud thf lr efforts must now be centered
to save themsehes and the Governor.
Washington correspondents do not go
to Humphreys or Hankey to get their
Information. They go direct to the de
partment and their dispatcher rtfle't
not the opinion of Humphreys or
Hankey but the position of the de
liiWti'ient head. Of all the correspon
dents In Washington none holds do
er relations with the administration
than the repiesentatlve of the Tribune
He Is personally Intimate with tin!
President Indeed. He does not hae to
go woolgathering for news, nor neck
i out Humphreys to learn the attitude of
the Depot tmrnt of Justice, or the sentl
mint of Cabinet officers who have tn
deal with the Dolo administration,
This method of misrepresentation Is
't a new phase of Thurstonlan opera
tlons. As the stabllty of his nefarious
hold upon the local admlnlblratlon hat.
been shaken to the breaking point, the
raih assertions made without sus.
plclon of truth may be expected to ln
rrease. Thurston's crowd, however, Is
to be congratulated since b) Its attack
upon Humphreys the opportunity has
been furnished to epose Its hypocrisy,
set the Dole Idol on Its proper stan
dard, and becurn for this Territory th
straightforward, honest American gov
ernment to which It Is entitled but
thus far has not enjoyed from those
crtlclals giving nlleglancc to tho Dolv
The Supreme Court of Hawaii Is evi
dently conforming lis Inw to suit tho
circumstances as higher bodies are
charged with doing when It reverses
Judge Rear's decision that the Constl-
ttttlon of the I'nlted Slates was extend-
ed to Hawaii with its annexation.
The view of the Supreme Court Is
stated to be that the provision lu the
Newlatnl resolution that "thn laws of
Hawaii not contrary to the Constitu
tion of the I'nlted States" shall ii
maln In force wis not Intended to re
peal Hawaiian enactments In conflict
with the I'nlted States Constitution.
If this Is tin- court's statement It enr-
ties Its own disproof. The provision
was Intended to continue! In forcu the
body of Hawaiian legislation. Hut
specific oceptlon was made of laws
'contrary to the Constitution of the Na
tlon. If that did not ncatesuch legis
latlon the language of the provision
has no meaning,
The statement that the United
States Constitution forbids a convic
tion except on the unanimous verdict
of the trial Jury must be based on a
different draft of It than that access!
tile here, nut Its requirement of tho
presentment of grand Jury trials for
infamous crime will release a nurabur
of hlgnly undesirable nelsons who
ere convicted under Hawaiian law
without n grand Jury Indictment. This
will make trouble, and on the ground
of the Inconvenient consequences the
Hawaiian court rules that the ciwl-
merit means otherwise than It .wye,
This Is not uuprcccili tiled; but It Joes
not tend to increase respect for tho
Judicial reasoning powers.
RAPID CANE HANDLING.
Hllo, Sept. 19. Mainland method .if
loading cane on tho cars are to bu
adopted by tho Wnlakea Mill Co. Th's
wotk required much labor until dm
return of Ilonald Kennedy from a
plantation near New Orleans, with ad
vanced Ideas of such matturs. With
two men and an equipment for the
purpose joung Kennedy handles thai
pnrt or the work with satisfaction to
Die company and at less oxpetise thsn
lormerly. A shovel similar to that In
iim on dredgers is operated hy gaso-
llno engine. This shovel Tdeks tho
piles of cane from the ground mid de
posits it In the ennti cara for transpor
tation tn the mill. At present thct t ami
Is plckid from the ground but more or
less dllt Is picked up at thn biuiio
time. Thn visit of C. C. Kennedy to
the Coast Is for tho purpose of having
a shovel, or whatever may bo dm Is
ed, so constructed tli.it It will lift the
curs. This will reduce the hnndllns
and lemovo the danger of gathering
dirt with thn enne. Herald.
Hllo, Sept. 111. Thu ciuagi ment ol
.Mlf Kllse II. N'lcKcu. ilau-jlitct of
.Mr. nnd Mi's. Johnson XIc'cuh, lo Hub
ert Ilnwxhiiri't, Jr.. is iinnoiinieil .Miss
.NIckeiiH Is one of the most popular of
IIIIo'h society ladles. Mr. llnuxliuir-t
has heen engaged tn tho engineering
clepariiiient of tho Hllo Itullrond Co.
since Its inception and Iihh lately join
Joined forces Kith I.. M. Wliltchoutw
lu the hiihlness of railroad and general
cont rail ors. Hoi aid.
' Mis. Illnck Am Lucy Jackson's hus-
hand able to wuckjit?
Mrs, Johnson De doctali say he urn
1 but he s.ty he am only J-s' well enough
Il InJ'y loalln',- llrneiklju Life.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
lOKT OFriCE LANE.
5 MF?W IMnnDTATIAlM
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
These kooJv were ordered from advance
sheets of the catalovue of the above manu
facturers, and are the latest In dtsljnaiiJ
Call early and make your election.
In aJJItlon to the toooo feet of Garden
Hose lately received, the -Emily F. Whit ,
ney" brought us to.coo ft. mete, making'
TWENTY TIIOUHAND t-EKT.
We have all cuJes, and our price are
lower than ever quoted In thi mirket.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Shipment of Good Young
Broken to h.trnu, just received vi.t the
"OLYMPIC," lor salt? at the lovwt Imures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Mcrchunt Ktrect, between Fort find Alnkeu.
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Company, Ltd.
MERCHANT KT. Next Door to Htununwiild Hollaing.
Llftlit Cnnopy Top
Popalar carriages at popalar prices are what the people want.
We have got them. The above is one of the latest. : :
OUT or ORDER I
Alnkeu htpsct. Iiolow Mei'clmnt.
'Phone Main 358. p. O. Box 834.
1170 Klvcp Street.
Fine Carriages. Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly nttended to.
Only competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Blue 641. p. O. llox 078.
No Use Talking
The hcKt wtill pnpep fop the letmt niciney
Ih to be Intel only lit URAL'S. GoocIh
piipcliiihed of us nee good iJocmIk. pithily
lioutilit mill you cunnot do better.
. For Window Shades,
Linoleums or Wall
Hangings go to : :
MF'C CO., Ltd.
Itet. Itei'etunln nnd Puuahl.
Deer and Wine Dealer.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND iN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. !
oppoHltc the K. H. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN I'.OTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
Is steadily growing In favor anions
peoplo who appreciate good things
mid Is rapidly becoming thu fnvoiltu
fniiuly drink. '
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Sole Agts. for the Territory of Hawaii.
Olllc-e nnd Works, Col Kort nnd Al
Telephone No. 71 Main.
Hoda Water, etc.. delivered free to
all parts of the city. Island orjers. so
All OpiIcph Promptly l-lllcd.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
MeinherH Ktock unci Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern ami Foreign Stock and
40:1 Ciillfornin St.,
8un FrunclHco. Col.
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealer
We will Buy or Sell Real Estate In
all parts ot tho grjup. ,
We will Sell Properties on Reason
3FFICE. 10 West King strri i
To Let op Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of BereUnla street
between Pilkol and Keaumoku Sts.
The house has several roomslind all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUOD BUILDING
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Company
314 FORT 8T.,
Has tti Best Assortment ot
PACIFIC ISLAND CUIIIOS
lu the City.
Flth'SH HOME-MADE TOI ON TUES
DAYS AND FRIDAYS.
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR 5 CMNTK.
Architects, Contractors and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
SrAXOINWAttl sin ,
J t. KILtV
Hoffman & Riley
V. O. Cox (o
Geo. W. Page. Tel. 2l!!
P. W. Bcardslee. P. O. Uox 778
BBARDSL.eB & PAGE
Architect nnd BuIIcIcph.
Office, Ilooir.B 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu. T. II.
Sketches end Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice.
Or' ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen 5fc Robinson,
CJiteen Street, Honolulu,
Jobhlue promptly uttended to.
M. P. BERTELVlArN'S
18 - MOVIil)
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or offlco nt John Nott'a etoro, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Lewis & Co.
Ow'ni; to the consolidation
of tte t-st Bcult Co'sln
America, we van effer to the
public the toliowlnc; choice
makct cf biscuits :
Bremers Cecelian Tea
" Freich" Wafers
Fill Line of -Uieeda
Give 113 a Sample Order.
Waialua Beach Hotel
CIIA8. DAVID, Mnnugcr
Now Open fop ItuHlncKn.
Finest of Accommodutlon.
HlneHt of Hathlnd. t t I
He 8ure to Get Off at I I
lilt Wiiltilun Ktutlon
RATEH-S2.SO pep day i
Kpcclul RutcH by Week op
Month. I ! I I I t- i i
For further Information address :
tlALEIWA P. O.
-Wj-H- THONE. Proprietor.
When You Want
LIVERY BOARDING and.
: : : : 518 fort street
Stiililn 'luiiic. 100 .Mitln,
lliU'l; aimiil. 'Plumes ill nud Vi
J'. J. SULLIVAN.
THE UNION EXPRESS CO.
Safes, Pianos, .
Draye tor Freight
Our jenrostutRtUe mceta nil Ineom.
Ing Bteamcrg flora tho Coaut, nud we
check bRBsage on all outgoing steam
er White anJ Black Sand For Sil?
Offlco with Uvouln? llulletln, iio
King Btrpot. Tel. 8.
W. LARSEN, 1W.
The 15tnlug llulletln, 7S cent r
i-i ' .w,jWtU4"