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casual reader that these men hae In
dlvldually and severally been brought
before the Judge on separate charges
and released on technicalities found ta
be especially faorable to each case
In .ether Instances deliberate false
hoods have been published.
The Advertiser has notably omit
ted tho poluii of law on which tho
prisoners hae been released and has
In the same criminal splrli failed to
note Instances In which the prosecu
tion moved for a nolle prosequi. In
other word", the failure to convict has
been centered upon Judge Clear, when
through the failure of the prosecution
to force Its case no other alternative
wns left the Judge than a dismissal for
want of evidence. The reason for tliW
Is well understood In Hawaii where
the vicious character of the official
organ Is known)
An nnaljsls of the cases which the
Advertiser charges up to Judge Gear
shows that twenty-four of the murder
em and rapists were what have coma
to be known ns the "transition period
prisoners. These are men who were
convicted of heinous crimes by a ma
jority Jury verdict The Supreme Court
of Hawaii held that when Hawaii was
annexed to the United States the reso
lution of annexation extended only
portions of the Constitution to these
Islands The portion claimed to have
been left at home was that requiring
grand Jury Indictment and a unanl
mous trial Jury verdict. It is held by
many of our ablest law)crs that con
vidians by a majority verdict were Il
legal. A test caso was brought be
fore the I'nlted States District Court
of these Islands and Judge Estcc, than
whom there Is no nblcr Jurist In this
Territory who ranks with the highest
legal authorities of the United States,
held that these convictions were We
gal Judge Gear has followed exactly
the law as Interpreted by the United
States District Court Ho has released
' transition period" prisoners brought
tc7orc him on w rlts of habeas corpus.
These prisoners have not been turn
ed looso upon the community, nor has
there at any time been any supposition
or expectation that they would be
Judge Gear has refused to sustain their
claim of once belnc In Jeopardy. Not
a few have again betn before the court
and convicted by a unanimous jury.
None have been loosed upon the com'
munlt) and if all have not been put
legnllj on trial before a Jury the fault
falls on none but the Attorney General.
An Instance In point showing the
utter falsity of the Advertiser's display
Is that of George Wade. Ills name ap
pears twice in the list, each time em
blazoned with murder In the largest
type possible On August 20 Wade was
released on habeas corpus. September
5 Wade was again released, on writ of
habeas corpus. What the Advertiser
does not state, and Its reasons for so
doing are apparent Is that this same
The men who arrogate lo themselves i Wade was afterwards Indicted by the
all the "good government" force to bo Grand Jur. convicted b) a unanimous
found In this Territory were easily ac- Jury verdict In Judge Gear's court and
commodated In a seven by nine space is now serving ins sentence in uic pen
The Governor and his policy, S. II.
Dole and L. A. Thurston, have gono to
Thurston will have nn opportunity
to explain how his paper elected Wll
cox Delegate from Hawaii,
The Attorney General, v Secretary
Hawes and tho Advertiser staff gave
three iheers for Governor Dole.
It Is not difficult to understand why
Oahu College trustees are Imvlnc a
hard time In cettlne n successor to
After not quite two lears In office as
an American official Governor Dole bag
gene to Washington to explain why ho
should not resign.
aiuse the law under which they wcro
Held was unconstitutional. Not even
the Advertiser claims that this law Is
constitution. Presumably It would
have had Judge Gear hold the prison
ers on gencrul principles.
Three Japanese sentenced to ten
dajs' Imprisonment by tho District or
Police Court are represented ns "re
leased by Circuit Judge." Docs tho
Advertiser state that these men were
necessarily released by reason of the
defective complaint? It does not, but
such was the fact.
Three vagrancy cases and six gamb
ling cases were "discharged by the
Circuit Court." Docs the Advertiser
publish the Important part played by
the Attorney General's department in
these dismissals? It docs not. Simply
because its only ouject is to mlsrcpre'
sent the Judge of tho Circuit Court.
Ah Cbong, charged with forgery,
convicted in the lower court and dis
missed In tho Circuit Court. Why was
the case dismissed? Because the prose
cutlon could not produce evidence to
prove the charge on which the man
Seven defendants charged with as
sault and each lined $20 and costs in
tho Police Court wcro "dismissed by
tho Circuit Court." Why was this caso
dismissed? Because tho Attorney Gen
eric's department was not ready and
did not ask for a Continuance, it being
stated In the court that tho witnesses
were scattered and it was practically
Impossible to successfully prosecute
the case. The Advertiser holds Judge
In but one case docs the Advertiser
como an where near stating the facts.
That case Is as follows:
MALICIOUS INJURY Feb. 25. R.
Mnnualu Indicted for malicious In
Jurj , Davis for defendant. Judge Gear
directed verdict of not guilty on the
ground that It must be shown that the
malice was directed towards prose
cuting witness. Defendant destroycj
$300 worth of furnltmc, but the court
held that he did not know tho owner
and could not have been maliciously
Inclined toward him.
This man could have been held on
another charge. The prosecution did
not see fit to bring It.
"I'll soon be back," said Mr. Dole.
"As Governor?" came from thn
And the reply was lost In the noise of
The most satisfactory news of the
day to the business community Is the
statement of Mr. Tnlor that Boston's
big bond sjndlcnte will make Invest
ments In Hawaii.
on the channel wharf
Among other things tho Advertiser
falls to state Is that L. A. Thurston,
the owner of the paper, escaped a sen
tence for contempt of court on a tech
nically discovered bj Chief Justlco
If the Republican party does not
come forward with a candidate In the
special election of the Fourth District
the sole responsibility for Inaction will
rest with the faction posing as support
ers of Governor Dole and his policy.
When Governor Dole wns asked why
he did not keep his promise to consult
the Republican organization on aP'
polntments, ho expressed wonder and
surprise that he should have forgotten
The organization would have been sur
prised had he remembered.
How tho Idea 'got abroad that Act
ing Gov ci nor Cooper will call u special
session of the Legislature, has jet to be
explained It Is safe to say. however,
that Mr. Cooper would find It possible
to deal with the Legislature should ho
have occasion to do so. He did not
make a marked success nt the last ses
sion. Few men can when they arc put
at work carrying out a policy which
they don't believe In.
The condition of the streets
throughout the city Is the cause of
widespread Justifiable complaint, but
Superintendent Boyd's hands are tied.
When visitors call upon him he can
only promise to do the best ho can and
Invite them In to view the thirty-seven
ccns In the Territorial Treasury
which bears mute testimony to the fact
that the Territory of Hawaii Is to all
Intents and purposes "busted."
ADVBRTI8DR ATTACKS UPON
COURTS OP JUSTICE.
Nothing has better exemplified the
criminal character of the Advertiser
attacks upon the First Clrcul' Court
than tho article published In Its Issue
of March 25 purporting to show the
number of criminals released by
Judges Humphreys and Gear and
framed with the obvious Intent of at
tempting to provo thnt these Judges
were Indifferent to crime, if not In
practical league with criminal ele
ments. Judge Gear Is charged In this
Instance with having been the worst
offender and with a view to making
'leaders believe this to be a fact the pa
per owned by L. A. Thurston and the
accepted organ oi me uuveruur m mo
Territory publishes a list of Blxty-nlne
cases that have come beforo Judge
The charges against tho men brought
up before Judge Gear are displayed In
large letters starting ore with man
slaughter, rape and murder In order to
JmprcsB upon the reader by a dlsplaj
of type and the statement of half
truths, which Is the most despicable
form of misrepresentation, that Judg
Gear has been responsible for turning
loose upon the community the lowest
and foulest criminals known to the
law. In order to Increase this criminal
display the Advertiser has Individual
ized cases where several offenders
have been tried as one. This
Is done for no .other reason than
to force home the Impression to the
Herniary, legally copvlctcd and legal
ly sentenced Tho Advertiser docs not
publish these facts and why? Be
cause It Is not seeking to do Justice;
Its aim Is to traduce and malign.
Another case Is that which reads as
follows In the Advertiser list
"ASSAULT Sept. 10 Ah Soon-
Jury directed to acquit."
Does the Advertiser publish
why the Jury was directed
to acquit Certainly not. Does
the Advertiser publish the truth that
the evidence produced by the Attorney
General's department was Insufficient
to warrant the verdict of guilty? Of
course It does not. The Advertiser
could get all the facts In the case If It
so desired. It does not want them. It
does not even seek them.
Again comes n case of manslaughter
which rtads In the Advertiser column
MANSLAUGHTER Sept 13. Na
kamuru Manslaughter In the first de
gree .grand Jury Indictment. Evi
dence of a ten year old boy who wit
nessed the crime ruled out, and the
court tncrcupon instructed i.ie Jury to
return a verdict for acquittal.
Docs the Advertiser state why the
evidence of this ten-) ear-old boy was
ruled out? No. It does not even sug
gest the fact that this boy when qucs
tloncd on the stand proved to the
Judge and to the prosecution for that
matter that he did not understand the
sanctity of an oath, Us meaning or In
tent In connection with tho evidence he
was about to give. The Advertiser
therefore holds Judge Gear account
able for ruling out a witness whose
testimony could not be given under
oath. The half truth of the Advertiser
speaks for itself.
After the "transition period" pris
oners' cases appear these in the Adver
GAMBLING Nov. 8. Ah Ung Ap
peal from District Court; discharged
GAMBLING Nov. 8 Ah Choj Ap
peal from District Court; discharged
QAMBLINQ Nov. 8 Ah Tim Ap
peal from District Court; discharged
after conviction by Jury.
The three men above named were re
arrested, and later found guilty by a
This was one case against three de
fendants. Not one of these men was
dlschaiged after conviction nor wero
tho three men named rearrested and
found guilty by a Jury. This brings to
the sunlight the high regard the Ad
versttser has for truth or Justice. Th?
fact Is Ah Ung was tried Nov,
without pleading and the verdict was
Bet, .aside. Nyerflber 11 the Attorney
General, the prosecuting officer of the
Dole government of which tho Advei
tlser Is. the recognized organ, entered a
nolle prosequi as to tho case of Ah
Tim, and Ah Ung and Ah Choy paid
a fine of $10 each and costs. That Is
the way these prisoners were released
by Judge Gear one nolle pressed by
the Attorney General and the others
punished by fine. Does the Advertiser
publish anything to that effect? Does
It state the truth? It does not, It
Btates a deliberate untruth.
i Two cases are offered of persons
charged with desertion dismissed be-
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Bethel Street Household Department.
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
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Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
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Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shrcddcr),New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cano and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
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Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
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Indurlne (a cold-water paint), in white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
MAYHEM March 5 Wm. McCar
thyIndicted by grand Jury for may
hem; found guilty by n Jury; dis
charged by court on motion of Davis,
on ground that mnjhem Is not a crime
in Hawaii. Humphreys In former caso
had taken opposite view.
This is the famous case In which the
Advertiser plajed n prominent part by
publishing a cartoon, whllo the case
was on trial. This cartoon was Judged
to be contempt of court by the three
Circuit Judges and tho editor of the
Advertiser sentenced to thirty davs in
Jail. Judge Itoblnson sat with Judge
Gear and concurred In the ruling that
ma, hem was not n crime under the
laws of Hawaii McCarthy was tried
and convicted for assault. The Ad
vertiser does not state this though tho
facts of the whole caso aro well knokn
to the community and the Advertiser
proprietors and managers.
BURGLARY March 5-Robert Wil
liamsIndicted burglary first degree;
acquitted by Jury, tho instruction of
-the court being not to consider the con
fession. BURGLARY March 5-Edgar Wil
liams Indicted for burglary In first
degree; acquitted by Jury on Instruc
tion of court not to consider confes
sion. These defendants were tried togeth
er at the request of the Attorney Gen
eral's department. One had made a
confession after the commission of the
offense which It was sought to use
against tho other. It is a well recog
nized principle of law- that such evi
dence Is not admlssable under such clr
cumstnnces. The Incompetence of tho
evidence was purely the fault, If fault
there was of the Attorney General's de
partment as It was the privilege of the
prosecution to have the cases tried sep
Tho honest anal sis of the Adver
tisers outbursts pf misrepresentation
shows that of tho sixty-nine cases
cited there were:
Twcntj-four "transition period"
cases. The offenders were not turned
loose upon the community.
Three agrancy cases with no com
plaint. rive separate cases ;no complaint.
Five Insufficient complaint.
One, pleadings all In Hawaiian lan
guage. Five, Jury Instructed to acquit.
Nino gambling cases tried as one.
Prosecution had no witnesses In court
and did not request a continuance.
Seven Japanese assault cases tried as
one. Prosecution had no witnesses In
court and did not ask a continuance.
It is thus apparent that the major
portion of the responsibility for the re
lease of prisoners In Judge Gear's court
rests upon the Attorney General's de
partment. And In this connection the
Advertiser could go bejond the First
Circuit Court to seek Instances of tha
release of a prisoner charged with
murder. It could go to the Third Cir
cuit Court presided over by Judge
Edlngs where one Knluna charged
with murder was acquitted because of
the Insufficient evidence produced bv
the Attorney General's department
And there are citizens In the Kan dis
trict ready to go before a grand jury
and state on oath that evidence In their
possession was offered representatives
of the Attornej General's department,
but was treated with indifference.
But the Advertiser Is not seeking
facts or Justice It has shown no de
sire to promoto the Interests of Justlco
In the First Judicial Circuit or any
other Judicial circuit of the Territory.
It has consistently published pure
fabrications and artful misrepresenta
tions with a single purpose of destroy
ing confidence In the courts' ot Justice
presided over by Judges against whom
It has a personal spite. Its line of at
tack Is of the same vicious character
as that followed by Hearst's Journal
and continued up to the assassination
of President McKInley It was repeated
ly attacked the Integrity of the grand
Juries, and conducted its onslaught In
a manner like that of which District
Attorney Jerome of New York city
said, "I would rather deal with
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Special attention paid to re
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Office at Washington Light Co.
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anarchy Itself than this form of at
tempted newspaper government." And
Jerome voiced the sentiments ot tho
honest citizens of Hawaii when he said
of this method ot newspaper abuse, "1
say It Is time for thoughtful and Intel
ligent men to stop and consider be
fore they permit themselves to Join In
this public elamor."
Honest and Intelligent citizens of
Hawaii do not and hae not Joined In
the Advertiser clamor against the First
Clicult Court of this Territory. They
have for It only words of condemna
IN BID RUNAWAY
11. R. Macfarlano met with nn accl
dent this morning that might have ie
ADVEItTIII OFF AGAIN
Deputy Sheriff McGurn took posses
?lon of tho Walalua Reach Hotel ycsJ
c)-day to satisfy a claim of $70 wages
made by the cook. Pang Kce. Tho ex
edition was Issued" by Judgo Dlckoy,
at tha Instnnco of Wndo Thayer, and
MpGurn carried off all tho furniture
of tho hotel and placed it In tho Wala
lua lock up for safe-keeping. Advcr
The following letter wns received
from Manager Wenner of tho Walaltn
Reach Hotel this morning and Bhows
up another Advoitlser Inaccuracy or
Walalua, March 25, 190!.
11. R. Hitchcock Esq., Honolulu.
Hear Sir: Tho enclosed clipping
from today's Advertiser was pointed
out to mo this very moment. It Is In
Jurious, malicious and untrue. The
furniture Is not In tho lock-up. 1)tit
whero It belongs In tho hotel. The
cooks name Is Ah Kim and I do not
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Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
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O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean, A.
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fculted very seriously. Mr. Macfarlanv (owo him a nickel. Anyone reading this
U a great lover of Shetland ponies and
haB quite a number of the lino little
ThlB morning, he and Mr, Lewis, tho
trainer of the Shetlands, came Into
town from Walklkl an dlater on start
ed out to the beach again. They had
arrived near Hopkins' switch when
something went wrong with the har
ness A Portuguese boy was asked to
remedy tbo tiouble and as he started
to do so tho ponies becaino very much
frightened and inn away.
Upon ai riving near tho John Ena
road, both Mr. Macfarlano and tha
trainer were thrown out. tho latter es
caping with n few bruises but the for
mer spialnlng his ankle.
The ponies kept on going and fetch
ed up against a fenco In tho neighbor-
statement In tho paper might, ot
course, be led to believe It and no one
wants to como to an empty houso
This shows that there has been a di
rect attempt by malicious lying, tu
ruin the business heio. If tho Adver
tiser people core nn thing for the truth
tiicy will redact. Yours respectfully
KILLING THE RATS
Rat lulling should soon become a
profitable occupation, The city au
thorltles, In view of the plague in Syd
ney, have advanced the pi Ice of rats
to 3d a head, and suburban local au
thorltles aro being asked to talto the
hnn.i nt thn piiinn.a t,im ti.nt io nt n. same step. At a conference of retire'
head of tho road mentioned. The car-,?6"1""8 oflocal authorities held je
r,niio was l.a.llv Bmnsl.mt nn.l thn hnr. terday. Dr Valentino, of tbo Health
ncss broken to nieces Tho Donles hn Department, urged tho necessity for
coming cntnnglcd lu tho smaBh.up.worJ l?''t ""Ion, and made tho suggestion
stopped, hut not befoie they had been i11"' lle ,"- J--cs might
quite badly cut. Joln 'oficthor and uppolnt a qualified
sanitary Inspector oath body contrlb
t.Vran?, T WT"1. !" " &JT&S "Z
the photographic line at the Honolulu declded to ,iBtrbule ,)0gon frco for
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Parcels of land, Interest In Hul
Lands, Houses, Work Animals, Carts,
Harness, Plows, Tools of all sorts.
For particulars, apply to MR. J. R.
MYERS, Manager, at Hamoa, Maul, or
to O. BREWER & COMPANY, LTD,
Dated Honolulu, March 4th, 1902.
Tho weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin It the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. 8lxteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Chas. T. Wilder,
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