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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. FRIDAY, OCT011ER 25. 1901.
75 and 70 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
NOW ! tho tlmo to get leaks and
breakages seen to, and your
Roofs Put In Order.
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
It over, and I am again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering and
Sheet Iron Work as heretofore.
Estimate furnished... Work
manthlp ana material guaran
teed. Jas. Nott, Jr.,
Store, Bertanla Near Emma St.
Tel, White 3571.
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. V. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Work.
ffttti.ri Street, bet. Queen anJ Merchant Honotu!u
Jobb ii tnmtlr attended 10.
TtLJVhlto 41 P. O. Box J70.
Notice to Property Owners.
I have In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUNDERS from the Coast. I am
now riady to figurs on your work at the
lowest prices My men are Union Men.
Give me a tr al.
C. It. BROWN.
Territory Stable. King St.
C. R. Hemenway
OFFICE 406 JUDD BUILDING.
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
808 Stangenwald Building
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinsoa,
Removed to Room 306, Jndd Building
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office Bethel St., Near the Postofflce.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or tho Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is mot
Manufactured from Pure
Delivered free to any patt of
city by courteous drivers.
Oahu Ice and Electric Co.
cL. BLUE 35I
HOFFMAN & MARKHAM.
a New Lot of . . .
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
BO CENTS EACH
On sale at office ot . . .
THE . . .
GRAND JURY CRITICIZES AND
IN A NUMBER OF CASES
GIVES CREDIT TO DESERVING
Following Ii the complete report of
the Grand Jury was read by Chas. T. j
Wilder, secretary, before Judge Clear
Honolulu. Oahu. T. II., Oct. 24, 1901.
Honorable George D. Clear, Second
Judge Circuit Court. First Judicial
District. Territory of Hawaii.
Sir: 1 lie (Irand Jury empaneled and
sworn and charged Wore you. on tbn
10th day of September, 1901, hating
concluded Its duties begs to submit
hciewlth tho following general report.
The l)cput Mtorney General has
brought to the attention of this Grand
Jury 71 canex, all of which have been
carefullv considered, and In 49 ease')
Hue bills of Indictment have hcn
found and returned to jour honorable
court anil as to the balance of the
rnrsnumberlug 22 no bills have been
rt.nrned. as .. evidence adduced was
tint tleemed sulllclent to warrant cou-
Mrtlon on the respective charges pre-
I'ursii.int to the general Instructions
contained In our charge, the Clrnnd
Jury has seen lit to Inquire Into the
tondiict of various Terrltfirl.il Instl-
hitlons, ns well as Into the adminis
tration of eirtaln functions of tho
Hoard of Health and of the Department
of Public Works nnd In tonnectlon
therewith beg to report further, as tol-
Jury's Visit to Asylum.
The visit of the Clrand Jury to the
Territorial Insane Aslum was made
on Mumlav afternoon, October 7th, at
half past 1 o'clock. The Jury was met
bv the recently appointed superlnten-
.!. II- II l M.I.Im. !, I. .I.n
" '" "' " '". , "" " "
resilient pnsician, ami nccompanieu
by Mr. Kllby. the assistant superlnten-
dent, proceeded to Inspect the build- of sewage should be installed and tho feel sure that It will bu of great assist
lugs and grounds null methods of man- iltIlitll ()f tn nmat,.B j)C safeguarded anvv to t,lu department ns well as a
.igemeni as tar as tn.- i mneu time at ,r(,m , he danger of tho stagnant dltch.'S "'"" """'-"" '" -'--Its
disposal would permit nH(, ,it.B(.r)Pj, I One on the Auditor.
The location of the asylum Ii well . .. Wo would resnectfullv call the nt-
chosen, the summer heat being tern-
pered bv cool winds from the nenr by
mountains. The crounds nre well
shaded and ntatly kept and the varl-
ouu oiiiiuings siaiiiiiug uecacneu noouT.
the lawn a,e also Kent In orderly con-
, ..i, t, . i, -. .. -
dltlon mid the general nnncarance of
the Institution is to b commended
To the rear and mauka of the men's
wards, though In the asjlum grounds.
stands a large stone crushing plant.
owned by the Territory and orated
by the Department cjf Public Works.
The rock to feed the crusher Is nuar-
rled from the adjacent hillside, being
blasted In large maxses from the main
ledge, mid red tiled by kuljscqtietft blast
ing with giant powder to the proper
size for further reduction by the
A.",r J?r-.,",B 'h.r0.UfJh';
machine It Is elevated and screened
Into assorted s'izes and stored In bins
whente It Is hauled off as needod by
the Stieet Commissioner.
The continuous rattle of the revolv
Ing screens Is distressing to many of
'"" ."mem, "nil uie umsiiiiK l ine
rock Is not only un additional cause of
dlsturbdncH but a Bource of Imminent
danger to the life and property within
the asylum enclosur.
hocks on itoois.
The Jury was shown several paced
where stones had fallen on buildings
with sulllclent force to bend the Iron
, . ... , .
tolawMs. To minimi e
h Lru, L ,Z.J: TXll
i. i t in . i it ..
are given before each blast and nil are
huddled under cover until the blasting
Is over. The plant, though stopped for
a while past through orders from the
nn,l ven uould .arnestlv recommend
that further blastlnir be urohlblted and
ha Z r?sl.h.tgntlanrUseU be Te-
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IIIU.l'11 lllllll CIIU 1IOJIU11I f,lUUUllB 1.1114
vicinity. The buildings of the asylum
nre one-storied frame affairs, and con-
lst of six wards for patients, nn nd-
mlnlstratltu, building, a cottage for
the captalus of the guard, and another r. Inst tit tin li occupation for the i i . t n,1U,"me,, the constnictlou or
r..r ih.. iMi,.r.i .mi fur thn nomen nt. . ,,","Iull,,n " occiipauon lor tuu dwellings upon ground Unit has been
ror tint guards, one ror tne women ni- ,yHl ,t present there Is nothing out- imtsed to n level of four leet above
tciidants or uuises ami u small dead side or the primary school to Btipply t((u (i.ltllm Ullt )t ,oeB not compel tho
house or morgue. The wards or dor- this need except a small carpenter M.K f div streets upon wlileii It
mltorles i (insist -of ruoms with bare ''hop. In order to maintain a l-runt-r ,-,( ()r uf aiiact,nt property.
floor and walls, called cells, which in system of discipline over a number or
fact thev are TheV 'are usually' fur- ,,0's Kn.uwl from th "treets, us Insanitary Conditions,
fact mill an. 1l"tflr" U8Ual'y, ""t most or these boyB have beerj, tbo The result Is that hundreds or peo
nlshed with an Iron sprlngless cot ami sllmlM 1)0 KlvHn employment. pie are living amidst Insanitary Bur
bedding, though In nuny Instances tho Tlll, nrantt Jury strongly recom- roundlngs. The Grand Jury thereforo
mattresses are laid upon thu floor, ns mends that u farm bo established lu lecominends that tho Btroets in the
theru are not enough bedrooms to ac- connection with thu school, where the iielghboihoad of the Junction or Queen
commodate all thlr patients. Yet In boys will not only b taught tho oritl- untl South streets and makal thereof
....u.. i i .u.Tnr.ti'niiiH.ii.iA n nnrv oiicrntlnna on the fnrm. but also be ullt In a nassablo and Banitarv con-
duiiiu viio-n ii in ie.i . w ..... .,..., ...
limit the furnishing to a mnttrcss, pll-
, . ,
IOW IIIIll qilllU
Ward No. 1. known as tho violent
ward consists of eighteen cells all oc-
cupled. Its ventilation should be Im-
Ward No. ti has twenty cells, Whlcn
me poorly ventilated and eight of them
aro without cots, mattresses being
placed on tho floor. Eighteen cells are
alluble and the.e aro seventeen men
In tho ward. The roof of this ward has
been limn ttired by a rock from n quar
iy blast. Wnrd No. 2 Is the oldest ward
In thn asylum. It Is lu a bad stnte of
,..,,l,- fi,l tlmiitrh nu wh wnrn lnliT. II
,n.n ...,., ... o . . .
had been condemned three t mes by
Ilffercnt grand Juries. It Is still crowd-
. 1 .in, ,,..., ,..ni. lis nnnr-s nml
ed vylth ciccipants. Its floors and
poiches and foundations nro decayed
and tho building Is unfit for Its present
occupancy. In this building nro tho
men's dining room nnd tho general
kitchen fiom which tho meals of the
women patients nro carried to them In
baskets and aie atcn liy 1 nem on tne
grass In fa r weather nnd othcrwl e on
their ward poiches, ns their dining
room has been turned Into n dormitory
owing (o tho ciowded condition of their
The general kitchen Is furnished
with n good range, but otherwise Its
... .i.. t .i,ui.. it,. i,i. ,,
equipment Is primitive there being no
steam table, or nny of the Improved
tuoKing appliance iiKiiuny iuuuu in
similar institutions In other States and
Territories of the Union. The uteris,
are old and badly worn and or drink-
Ing cups the patients use old tomato
iuiib, there being no other cups pro-
Wnrd No. 3 has thirty-two cells, oc-
cupled b) thirty-three patients. Hre
the lloors are more or less rotten. The
cells huve overhead ventilation and the.
n 1 1 . . . m. 1 .. i.t. .. ..,,,,11 ......
solid doors are fitted with a small grat-
Ward No. 4 Is the woman s ward and
has normal accommodations for nln-
tten patients. )et thirty-three, women
are housed there, many sleeping on thc
flours of the cells owing to the scarcity
of cots In this ward the ventilation is
better than In some others, the ceiling
being open work.
warn .mi. it is a private wnru itir pa
patients and Ik uot In use.
The bathing facilities for men Is
good. The women's quarters aro pro-
lded with two tubs.
Drainage System Bad.
The drainage system of thc place Is
to be condemned. Mauka of the main
enclosure Is an open ditch whlih runs
close to tint men's sleeping quarters,
In this ditch stands continually all the
slon from the kitchen and the wash
bouses and the stench arising Is most
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- t 'it., i. 'mi, .u.. .i. th.
....,.. ........ ...v " v
slops fiom the pot bouse. Tho hew age
frmii llio men a t lofcpta fmntlis into
" " -........- .-.-
cesspools, but the women closet I
,,..,., ....... nncl th i.uii.iliiir It-
,,.,, .,,. rnira. A Hnnllnrv svstem
The patients numbered on the day
of our visit lBO. of whom 118 were men,
3S women. There is no work provided
r,.H .1,,. intuit.... ,.....,,. n ,, r.i.r.
" ."" i,ii...vn ,-i-,,. ni ,,-., ,-w
In the tnro and garden patches nnd
about the kitchen and wards.
.. . . .. .. ..
nre ui.-r liny louus ui umusim.-.ii arm
there Is no music, nor aro there any ap-
pllances for ph steal exercise nor nrs
outdoor games encouraged for either
We would recommend that for every
' . .,,. ..,,, ,
"'" "'llojment however light, be
nrftvirliol nn,l tlnil rntlnmil nnitli.li,
provKieu, ami mat rational amuse-
inents and phjslcal exercises be Intro-
duced us fur us practicable, so as to
mitigate as far as possible the condl-
tlon of the unfortunate Inmntes, who
...... .i.... r. i.n .. Li--. ..
f o-r citizens antl of tho considerate
care of the government of the Terrl-
Finally wo would recommend to the
nttentlon of the honorable court nnd
e . i... iu- ..Mn, .,, n, ii,.. t.i.
" -...- - --.-
""" the propriety of changing the
method now In voguo regarding com-
mltlments to the asylum.
I - magistrate, on the certificate of n
'single doctor of medicine, should not
commit any person to the Insane Any-
, , (h , , I(J
. ,',,,. . , . .' , , , ,
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tuggest that a commission of at least
wrMM ", " ""
"f""."10 mt'rlt') ".r P""-ed
commitment before judgment 1m rrn-
tiered In the cuse, and we further sng-
gest that from time to time, a visit-
inr mmmiiuinn ,,r tkr M..11 ,,iifl, ,t
Phjslclans might well bo appointed
? 't tho asylum to asci-rtaln If all
""' ,nwate. "rw werw properly
M rihM M"" "'"-
ai ih. Reinrm Ri-h.ni.
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This Institution was visited by the
Oiand Jury next after tho lnsanu Aby-
l'm- ll ,,''ra V,'U1J0 kept, ttH '"
mm permU. The KrVa7net of
--. . , 1
mougni umier inn wnoiesomo mnii-
encu of an outdoor life.
. ,.., I,, nn romilnr meillpnl ill.
tendance nt thu school, tho jury n'tirth
mends that tho prison physician bu
Instructed tu make periodical visits
thereto Tho additional expense,
would be comparatively slight and
thi.se wnuls of thn Territory should
,.,.. nrnI1r miii.. ntlomlance.
Need of New Prison.
A short visit was made to thu Ter-
fltorl.il prison ami tho arand Jury
HVillliiy iiniiiiiviiiin lev vim e ill .Mue
ller In which thu Institution Is con
ducted. Its Investigations wero ex
tended to the various buildings, the
cells und the dispensary, the Idtcbeu
noil thn 111111!. nml II was found that
uvertmng pioper was neing uono uy
th waiden and his force for tho s-.fe
keep 11 g and proper caro or tho prls-
Jury would call particular
,,..,. , ' ,..' 1,,1,,,.,1-n nf rmiflnlnir
,tiiesses and those convicted of mi-
nor offenses with thoso under senteiicc
fni grave crimes nnd felonies. Tho
181 persons In tho prison worn mail"
up of Unlied Slntes witnesses und
convicts, sentenced In the Federal
offenses as well ns so-
,,,., .J,,,. ,, nf nrrcn(,ers commit-
(P(1 ,)y ,,0 Territorial courts for of-
ftnbtH innglur from misdemeanors to
rnpn and murdor. Tho Impropriety of
housing all thoso people together Is
evident. Tht (Irand Jury calls to tho
attention of thin court and the lcglsla-
tlve powers of the Territory, the grejat
need of a new prison, ono that In ltn
,, nn() nI)I)nI1,mt.ntl,,l,nall b(. In kw.p.
inK wUh th lnCrcaslng necessities tif
the Territory and with modern stand
aids of Jail construction.
Whefe 8 8h,ne
()n M thc , h ,,
npprtP,, ,n(, Mtchen. foumi t i B()0j
older, with the exception of tho stove,
which we condtmn and recommend
that a new one be Installed at once.
The sanitary conditions we found In
B"'l order, tho various cells were
r.""ni1 he kept very clean. We eon-
il' mn the placing of so many drunks
, on(1 ,.,,,', j, ce,g ar nm,w,
now than In former days on account
r the new Immigrants who aro com-
Ing to the Islands. There seems to bu
ample room In the rear where moro
oils timid be placed, nnd wo rceom-
'"e1"1 llltt,t ihvr? h,"!1(1 "'', ,l Property
"" "orc, IZi wlU.
f urnitiu f. cases of liquor, etc. We
suggest that .lese goods' be 'placed
rlsewliere so that the cells niny be
ready for the use of more prisoners.
We condemn the practice of tho Po
lice Department being made to act as
public- administrators and having to
take charge of and keep In their pos
session for no unlimited time huge
quantities of furniture, liquor, etc.
Reeohvmendatlons for Police.
We recommend that n receiving lion
pltnl be placed In the police station.
In chargu of competent surgeons, nnd
that purpose alont
We condemn tho s stem of having
misdemeanor, petty larceny nnd mall'
clous misc-hltf eases brought beforo
tm, (,nruI jrv. t,y should bo ills-
,)1(.,i uf n tm, 1(o1(0 Court and wmllJ
... i.A.. .. ..HinAH ..n. .1. ......k
uul V' " lilinuuui wnr luinjil.
awaiting a hearing.
We heartily annrove of the new uo-
lice call system about to be put In and
tentlon of the Federal Grand Jury to
the rnct that there is still a large
nmount of illicit distilling going on
about Honolulu, and that although the
ill i.'iii lull ill kiiiiii- ill iiih i-i-iii-nii mil.
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Hc Department they have not seem'
,. ,A .,.,., nH nt.nH.tnt. ... .1... L.fnH
! 1" l'-J
in ii i'-.; 1.11J IIIICUIIUU llf till? lllllll-
ninton. Wo illso suggest to the Judges
0l tm, pct. Courts that they InUlct
tnore severe sentences In tho many
vagrancy eases. In giving this class
of people the limit of tho law, wc
"InK vagrancy will diminish. Wo find
that tl.e appropriations for tho Police
Department wero so slaughtered by
, , i.eBl8lntl,ro that It has bam-
... ... . . ..
treJ tll0 pruijt.ut t.fflccnt pollco offl'
etnls. in not belne nblo to ulvu thc. cin
zens the pollco protection they nro en-
titled to. Wo find that sums of mon-
e are constantly being paid out of
the nrlvatt resources 'of the Hlirh
?," his deputy. In caring for
t Vhe'Xudltor'bo" mo llberalTlth
the Pollco Department t-mcrgency
fund. We recommend that thu pollco
f- he Increused as the present force
" l "umcieni. vve nria inai inero
nr" tw,''v mounted Mice, six doing
auy ut. un(i glx nrBllt dxliyt EncQ
,vatt g iiuiy tn,m t),0 tramway
Cnr stables at Palama to Kaplolant
Purk, Including Nutmnu as far as the
trum terminus, Punchbowl and Ka-
kuuko, thereby leaving that portion
' the it-sfdence section of the city.
from the pumping station on Herein-
nla street -mmika, and to Ptmahou.
ttl,ll0Ht anjr P" -Section day or
Ah many of the eases brought to the
notice or the Uranit Jury originated In
Kewalo anil Kakaako, tho Jury visited
those localities and inspected two of
th"-'lr principal, tenement houses and
tlii-fr surroundings. As rain had fall-
"L 1tr''r,"0 ,01 l." .V.': Jn,.a.
drained nnd graded by the Govern
lm.nt wherever It has Jurisdiction, nnd
. v Iduals or corporations they should be
Improved at the compulsion of tho
Uoartl or Health, an they constitute uot
only n nuisance but nro a menncu to
the health or the entire neighborhood.
t'ndei- tho present Inw the Hoard of
Health authorizes the construction or
, , V . . , , ,,
union, uuu inoi in ine uiuo uweiing
v house permits be withheld as to lots
In Inw.lvlnc- illstrlels until tile inns
roiindlngs thereoi shall also have been
put In proper sanitary coudltlon. Al
though hut little money, comparative
ly spenklhg. Is expended upon tho
streets of this section, tho road taxes
Ihereof nlnnn amount to hundreds of
rtnllnrK enrh venr. while thn total ns
sensed value of real estate for th
j ear l'.Wrt exceeded half a million dol
lars, and taxes collected for the same
period exceeded $84,O0t), which figure
will show a largo Increaso for tho cur
Vile Places Visited.
A tour of Inspection was made, ac
companied by tho Deputy Sheriff, on
Il,n Hl,, rtf n.r.l.np 10,1. ...t,t ...nn
..- "h..v "' "-."- .-.... ...... ...a..,
notorious places woio ,l.lted. Wo feel
tlint tho pollco rorcci is doln evurj;
thing posslhlo In their power to patrol
that part of tho city whnro so much
vice exists, with tho limited number
of men at their command. We would
call tho attention of tho Hoard of
Health ,to the Insanitary condition In
and about l'alama nnd OBpec ally
ainund the Chinese uieater. on L Ulna
street. The odor arising Irom tlioso
nuisances is very nauseating and very
dangerous to tho community. Wo
think that a general clennlug up of
this part ot the city would bo In Older,
It seems to thU Jury that if tbo last
Legislature had attended to thelf du
ties ns public servants and looked
more to the protection of our citizens
nnd the public welfare In general, that
tuese facts vvoulil not exist.
Free Passage Obstructed.
In this district. Holes carrying light
or telephone wires were found to be
placed outside of what would be prop
er curb lines, thus obstructing the
free passage or vehicles in tue pres
ent roadway. Two large frame tene
ment houses were Inspected In this
district which were occupied by people
or a half-dozen nationalities. Violation
of sanitary nnd other regulations wero
noted which have since been called
to the attention of owners, agents and
proper Territorial authorities.
With regard to the building laws nf
the Territory, the Clrand Jury found
that the administration thereof by the
Drnartment of 1'ubllc Works, wnne in
compliance with their letter, was to a
large degree Ineffective In that, while
building permits are only Issued upon
the approval or plans ana specula
tions first died with the department,
nttual Inspection of the buildings
themselves wlillu under construction
or upon completion Is not made, nnd
variations from plans and specifica
tions can easily bo effected without
detection or hindrance. The old law
which required approval of building
plans hy the l'lro Marshal seems to
have become Ignored with thu nboll-
tlon or that office, that duty not nav
lnc been HDeclflcally placed upon tho
Chief oi the l Ire Department since its
reorganization on a salary basis. As
n testilt Droner attention to the ereo
tlon of chimneys and of stalrwajs for
lire escapes Is lost sight or
To Counteract "Swipes."
Tho Grand Jury found sit saloons
established In n contracted area In
t tin ',uid district of the city, anil while
It wn Informed by tho High Sheriff
and the Territorial Treasurer that
beer HeenBes were granted largt ly In
order t diminish the manufacture nf
nnd Indulgence In "swipes" nnd "okole
lino," which result had been practl
cnlly achieved, with fewer arrests for
iiruni'oanesB tlfan formerly by tho
police, nevertheless It would recom
mend that ns, hereinbefore Indicated,
the 1'odoral authorities use thu means
within their power to break up b sum
mary measures the Illicit manufacture
of all kinds cf liquor so that amongst
ether good results tho matter nf the
granting of saloon licenses may be put
under .1 legitimate basis.
Open Night Schools.
In the matter of the discontinuance
ol night schools In tho chy of Hono
lulu. tbM Grand Jury Is of the opinion
that Hiich action was unwise for thn
general reason that Ignorance and
crlin- go hand In hand, nnd for the
Fpeclal reason that urunkenncss. at
least heetnH hy rellablo testlmnn to
hnve Increased In special localities
tlne' these, schools were abandoned.
Th Grand Jury has seen fit to In
quirt- Into the practlco under thc old
cstnbllsbed reculatlon of the Hoard
ol Health which requires physical ex
amination a' (east onco a year by Gov-
,,,,, n.,,annt. At n .i,ii.k.. i
, f. o ' "' 'T, Ci?"1 .'"," " .'". !". '
piil.llt mil private schools, not provld
ed '.vllb health certificates. Is order to
dcteet nnttglous ami Infectious dis
eases While this ruin undoubtedly
acts ,11 :i safeguard to thu public
health, the Grand Jury finds upoii In
vestigation of thu various methods
uiu'or which It has been carried out
on thin and other Islands and In the
city of Honolulu, that there Is much
in them to condemn. When It Is
known that the authority given to tho
pnysici.iu untler tills rulf Is without
qualification or restrictions, so that
boys and girh) (oltentlmes entirely
disrobed) must submit to the require
ment! .irliltrarny axed by tho respect'
Ive phv.ilclins, ft will at onco be an
parent that rosltlve rules of practlco
should lie adopted In tho premises, so
mat: tne proper sensibilities ot par
ents, and children and of teachers who
are usually expected to be present at
these examinations are not In any way
lennrpci, nor even nnectcd.
Tho Grand Jury would, thereforo
recommend that the Doard of Health
hercnlter employ women physicians
exclusively 0 tbo nnnual physical ex
nmliiHtlou of school girls ami provide
also tint no phjslcal examination bu
made hy any physician or any chil
dren unless due notice thereor bo first
given to their parents or gunrdlans.
Jury'i Time Wasted.
TH Grand Jury would respectfully
call thn attention of your honor In the
trivial character of many or tho or
lenses examined Into (Hiring its ses
sion Just closed, which Included lar
ceny cases where tho amount ot loss
Involved did not exceed fifteen cents
In value or consisted perhaps of a
battered hat an old cillco drexsor n
common rooster. It deems It Just and
proper that twenty business men
should rreely servo the community
and preserve the every person sus
pected of the. commission of an Infa
mous crlmo thn constitutional right
ot 11 secret Investigation as to his prob
able guilt or Innocence, but It submits
to tne cintlor ot the court whether It
be necessary and proper to compel
Grand Juror., to Inquire Into tho many
petty offenses of dally occurrence
which heem properly to belong with
lu th Jurisdiction nr n Pollco Judgu
or 11 District MaglMr.ito and would
lecommend that the next Legislature
toko prcqier action In tho premises.
The nttentlon of tho Grund Jury
having l. v-n called to thn prattlce of
certain Territorial officials of paving
to their hiibordlnates and clerhn
amount'! of salary less than the spe
cific hums appropriated hy the Legls
latiiie fir tun respective positions fill
ed hy .ilil employes. It Is ot tiio opin
ion tint kiii U practice should he con
demned oven though adopted In good
t alt Ii unit ostensibly for tho purpose of
curtailing nxpeudlttim of public mon
ey. Much Obliged, uathcart.
In concluding Its report the Giaud
Jury (lehln'.s to express Its apprecia
tion of th- ibllity, thoroughness, talr.
uess, dignity and courtesy which have
been the unfailing characteristics
throughout Its session, of John W.
Cathcar, the Deputy Attorney Gun
oral of thU Territory, and would fin
tkermorc) th.mk your honor for jour
hind efforts In our behalf in si curing
for our iibo thy commodious and well-
ventilated reom In which opr long ses
sion Ii. ih been held, and we am coufi
dent that tho privilege has not been
nbusc-il mil that the mom Is now lu
lltiti glum jr'ei and condition as when
llrrt enter d by us.
A llbt of all cases Investigated by
tho Grand Jury, showing those In
which true bills were fouud, and
those In v.hlcb bills of Indictment
weui Ignoied is hereto nttaehed nnd
mudo ;i part of this report.
(JURIS. J. HOLT,
O. M. V. rORSTER,
E S CUNHA,
II. S. KAl'tJ.
II. (. MIDDI.EDITCH,
HAIUIY T. U:VIS,
S. T. l'KCK.
HORACE J. CRAFT,
C. A. GRAHAM,
MOSK3 K. NAKUINA,
II. DK FRIES,
CHARMS II. WILSON,
J. T. CHAWLKlf.
CHARLKS 'i. WILDER.
Chlda Manzabaro, murder first do-
Yumano Nincniro, muruer nrsi u-
murder first do-
George Wade, murder first degrco.
Furakl Kasabaro, murder first do-
William Esther, murder first degreo,
Geo. Rolabola, larceny second de
Yong Nung, alias Nung Kong, lar
ceny first degree.
Ah Cheong, alias Hong Chong.
Kalllanu, larceny second degreo,
Alex. Douglas, alias Snowball, ai-
eault and battery.
A. Ahrcns, manslaughter third do-
Albert Plser, passing forged Instru
ments. Wm. Davis, assault.
Dan McKlldrick, larceny second de
gree. Jonn Davis, assault and battery.
Mon Anole, malicious Injury.
Grant Carpenter, assault and bat
John llrowu, assault and battery.
Luna camlell, larceny second do-
Lua Candcll, larceny second degree.
Jim Duncan, assault antl battery.
Alfred Christiansen, larceny second
George Wade, assault.
M. VaEcnncelles, assault and bat
tery. John Carroll, larceny second degree.
Wm. Esther, nssnult.
Kiilunn, burglary, first degree, two
A. Lazarus, obstructing railway of
Rapid Transit Company.
Jose IVlepIno, burglary second de
gree. Wra K. Rathhurn, perjury.
Tin Soon, larceny second tlegreo (21
Chas. Johnson, larceny second tl
gree. Ah Chong. Joy Hung nnd Leo Kin
Inrceny second tlegreo.
Ah Yok, larceny second degreo.
Wm Knlahlkl, larceny second de
gree. Ukloshl and Mori, malicious Injury.
Thos, Kane, assault with weapon.
Kumnno Kcaloha. larceny second de
Tom Aulsln, alias Komollltll, lav
ccny seconil degree.
John Martin, larceny second degree.
Albert Grelck, larceny second do
Klllpnka. e mbe-zzlcmcnt.
Antone Harabosa, malicious Injury.
Tom Auknl. alias Komollilll. larceny
Ah Sing, Inrceny second degree.
Apuu ma) hem.
Kiihuahiia Kuhoohtill. ma) hem.
Wm. Perry, Jr., malicious Injury.
Tiiimka malicious Injury.
Kalanl Keau, malicious injuiy.
John Walpa. malicious Injury.
Lono Knla 11(1, forgery,
lino, malicious Injury.
Chas. David, larceny second degree.
Chas. David, larceny first degree.
Thos. Thi'Odoro Whitman, assault
A. H. Carter, assault with weapon.
Moanaluu, burglary second degree.
Willie Luplna, larceny second do-
.Manuel I'lmental, malicious Injury.
Josa Marin Curtl. larceny second de
gree. Gymntmlum Clatmen
Fred Young, phjslcal director of the
Y. M. C. A., has organized a new Inter'
medatc gymnasium class. The open
ing took place Wednesday night. Ten
member were present. This Inter
mediate class Is for bojs too young to
take up the work of the seniors and
who are barred out from the boys'
classes on account of having to work
during thc day.
The time of the business men's
rlass formerly from 1:30 to 5:30 p. m.
has been extended to 6:30 nt the re
quest of several members who could
not arrange to attend during tho earli
er part ot the afternoon. Tho business
men's class meets every Monday and
Thursday, and the new Intermediate,
class will nlso meet on theso dayi,
from 7:1C to S o'clock In tho evening.
Ruling and binding of all kinds dono
at the HU1.LETIN office.
An article which has st ed severe
tests, and which m be furnl-hed
as wanted, In good condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke.
Solo Agents (
HART & CO.,
rHE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Cream and ater Ices
Chocolates and Conftctlons.
HualneHH Mnn'n Lunch
The best In the city: 11:30 a, m "Zp.m
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR 25 CIJNT8.
Fino Job Piintiii"; nt tho Bul
Agents, Broken and Jobber.
ALEXANDER & BALDW1N,LM
II. P. DALDW1N President
J. O. CASTLE 1st VIco President
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Prof
J. P. COOKE.....' Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary
GEO. It. CARTER Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar C.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Company. 1
Hawaiian Sugar Company. '
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The Califonla ui rr.ti..l S. 5. ft.
W. G. Irwin & 60
Western Sugar Refinery Company ot
Baldwin Locomottvo Works ot Phila
delphia, Pa., IT. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertil
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cano and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflnc Paint Co.'s P. & D. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed OIU,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a eold-wnter paint), In whit
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime an
CASTLE & COOKE
Tho Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Wnlamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St, Louis. Mo.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
Tho Geo. F. Dlake Steam Pumps.
Tho Now England Life Insurance Co.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
LIFK and FTRE
Hbw England Mutual Life Ir
surance co. of boston.
tna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckeli VIco President
W. M. Glffard.. Second VIco President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr....Troaa. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant, Co., Onomca Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makee r.ugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Lino of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas, Derwer & Co.'a Lino of
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; Georg.
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col, W. E.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULI .
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
Tho Dalolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for tho Ha
VOfflce, : Merchant SL : Honolulu.