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EVHNINO DULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., FRIDAY, Fnn. 9. 1906.
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WALLACE R, FARHINOVTON. .Editor
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trr month, nnywhero In U. S..J .75
Ter quarter, anywhere In U. 8.. 8.00
Per year, anywhere In U. 3 8.00
Tar year, postpaid, foreign 11.00
lx months .50
er yrir, anywhere n V. S.... 1.00
Per year postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
tho Territorial water system for every
one. Distilled water In the school
room, and tho other kind mailable
NO OATH OF SECRECY
(Continued from Paae 1.)
from the taps In the yard mcniu that produco statutes from any Jurisdiction
school children will lOiitlnue each lii.shlna niithorliv tn imm.. it... ....
.ii. ' ' ' - "'" "-
about equal quantities,
This distilled water scheme requires
money, for which the department mini
await the session of the legislature.
Tho possible danger of the proposal
Mllverton argued that tho ntithorllj
was Implied. Secrecy was essential to
tho worlc of tho Grand Jury. This was
shown by tho fact Hint tho Ornnd Ju-
mill Ihn rililli A(M II.1B III llln I.UhA mnlm ' .. .
..u ...i- v...., ..,.. ...... .,. . J....V ion nan to take such an oath. Tho
enthusiasts bicom n o determined Court had power to maKo such rules
in putting through nt. appropriation nn(1 ndopt ilch mMiUre, n8 ro ncS
for the water distillery, that the crj- cssnry to carry out tho Intent of the
us moneynecd of th department will law. and Judge- Itoblnson had acted tin?
be shelved. iler Mini nnvnr
T1H tunhllnl tsnlnllin I In ll .. . .
iuv illinium iiuuiiii, luiitiiii' in in iur
Territory of Hawaii,
Hbnolulu, Count of Oahu)
same clns. No one with any scus
will question tho nlup of manual
training In our public schools. As It
Is often easier to get money for a new
thing thnn to dcelo the old to prop
er stnndard, It may bo possible to
secure from the Legislature an appro
priation for iuinii.il training or to lmj
out the llojs' Club equipment and tliiH
rellee an organization ready to he re
lieved All these thlugs nro very well la
their place What the educational de
partment of this Territory needs, whnl
Krear said that thcro had been no ill.
red order mado by the Court.
Mllverton answered that the oath
Implied tho order. It was policy to
hno tho Grand, Jury proceedings se
cret. If tho witnesses could tell what
transpired, all attempts to keep the
proceedings secret would bo useless.
Chief Justice Frenr stated that the
Court did not deslro to hear argument
from Anln'g counsel, nnd rendered the
following oral opinion:
Tho petitioner seeks relpnnn frnm
Imprlsonmqnt under n Judgment and
.7 mu'st have If p'vs sdar IS?, """ '".'
ore to be leading characteristics. Is up-
C. O IIOCKU3, Uuslness Manaeer'ol proprl.iilons of sufficient slzo to nron-
ma uutieun ru&ushing Company, Llm-.cny p.iy its present teachers.
ted, being first duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says: That the following
Is a truo nnd correct statement of cir
culation for tho week ending Febru
ary 2, 1905, of tho Dally nnd Week
fy Editions of tho Evening Ilullctln:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Jan. 27 2378
Destruction to the cnuse of education
In these Islands will bo aided and nbc;
ted if any now departures arc made nt
the expense of Increased npproprlatloni
for the regular teachers' salaries.
Employ good teachers, hold tho flrsl
class teachers now resigning from time
to tlmo on account of Inadequate sal-
Jan. 29 2123 arlrB Bn' nil or many of theso prob-
Jan. 30 2105 'cms tlmt agitate well-meaning pcoplo
tempt In violating nn oath of secrecy
taken by him as a witness before the
Of tho questions suggested by tho
record, tho only one thnt need bo con
sidered Is whether tho oath of secrecy
was authorized or required by law. If
It was not, theto was mo contempt of
Tho clauso of secrecy In tho oath
was prescribed by n single Judge of
the Circuit Court, not by nny general
rule of tho Circuit Court or of tho Clr.
'I no Organic Act proIdes, In Sec-
Wednesday, Jan. 31 2118 ' uo solved.
,...irf.u c.h 1 -tue In other words nut tho Sunrrlntcn-
.. " ' .In... . 1I..I.II. 1.. ... .1 .- ... ' llm G1 ll.nl ,1. ..! !.-
Friday, Feb. 2 . . . 2212 uv"1' "l uue iiiuui:umi iii it iiusiuuii -, nun iiiu uii'iiiuu oi mo presen-
Average Dally Circulation 2175 l0 employ the best tcachlug material tntlon of cases to Orand Juries shall
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin lnml kcon " T,,en s,arl ln 'th the bo prescribed by tho Supreme Court of
Tuesday, Jan. 30, 1908 2329 fads nd fancies, though It is true that tho Territory, nnd In pursimnco of that
Number of Weeklies delivered on I ,mro wa,cr ' more n ""Her of life nnd power or duty tho Supremo Court has
the Island of Hawaii alon 1048 ,lca,lh llmn fn,, or '"'"'' (prescribed, by Kulo 11 of tho rules ro-
COM3INID guaranteed averaoe I No c'"n and no organization with latlug to Grand Juries, tho form of
circulation 4504 . Scnt0 of tl10 rp,,UUc Proportions oath to bo ndmlnlstered to witnesses
ui ciiucnuonai acmanus m Hawaii will neroro Grand Juries which does not
allow nn) thing to draw public attcn-j contain n clauso of secrecy It Is nt
Hon from tho policy of properly pro-1 least a question whether this provision
ldlng for first class teachers. Tli or tlm nn-nni. am nn.i !. j
U1IU OY.UII. IU TO , ,. . . ....I," I." ". U HID I IIIU IIUIUU
tore mo this 3d day of Feb- -"' ,- ,' " ."--' - J- ' , P' nuance of It nro not exclusive
runry. A. I). 1906.
Dy C. 0. UOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to be
r. ii. liuiiKETTi:,
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
appropriations Is no less outtrascoiu I nut. however that may bo, In tho onln
than tho class of stuff now sent through Ion of tho court, tho Judge of tho Clr-
HI I DAY
nd delivered to tho pcoplo as water.
Depend upon It that being tardy
arrival Is not Jack's fault.
According to tho latest ruling an
oath Is not an oath when taken before
the Grand Jury.
Think of how many pcoplo would b
on the contempt list, If tho Supreme
Court nnd decided otherwise on th
Wrand Jury oath.
To an outsider, the Anln episodes
kugitctt a series of efforts to frighten
-witnesses Into raying what they might
not otherlwie divulge.
The seven Congressmen voting
against the railway rcbato law aro cer
tain of remaining In the llmo light
until the next election.
Tho number of tourists In town Is
evidence that the Promotion Commlt
teo has already used so mo catch
phrases with excellent effect.
President Kllot of Harvard soys "tho
great movement of the world today la
toward democracy." Think or tne
"long way around" they nro taking In
Tho railway rebate law has gono to
the Senato with an overwhelming
House majority that will make Sena
torlal agents of tho Trusts wish for a
vacation and perhaps get it.
Japanese run so many things In Ha
wall that It possibly is only natural
for them to request that tho Tcrrltoi
ial schoolhouses be turned over to
them for further Japanlug the Islands,
While Director Jarod Smith Is ex
perimenting on how tq Improve tho
cultivation of rice, someone might stait
In operations on tho minds of the land
owners with u view to securing a re
duction of rentals.
of secrecy, was without authority of
law to make that requirement. In tho
.PKIl 9. l'JUC. netinu nunuLuiu" nbsenco of nny law or rulo authorized
hy law requiring nn oath of apcroi-v
(Continued from Pane 1.1 and In tho nhsenrn nf nn. !,. ,.!..
McGrcw's hou6o nnd told how ho wos against dluilglng the transactions of
the Father of Annexation. Great in- tho Grand Jurv. ilmm mni.i i, ,.
terest was excited by the pointing out tempt of court In divulging such se
".' I,J,nc,!..Pan.la'8 ,10.",8,0 on I'enmcoln ' crots on tho part of a witness beforo
ttiw.. i ,,u .-itiiui-in j.x.u.tiuii'111 oiu-mo uranu Jury.
lion was Indicated and tho Information Arrr,n,,i,. .i, ...-i. . ......
Bhen that JSO.OOO had been spent tberu'ri and tho petitioner discharged from
K ,r',"J?.ltaJi!lii?BS!!,t. .' I- ho ordered'80"
ihat it hadrin endowm i t 00.5 0-0 l.larnh UCLr?!CnBCL1 nd
nnd there were bull.Ilnir lmnrovZnI C,"liL8 ?? .lh J x "umnhrcjn,
plans on foot to Involve jlOO.000, for
extra cinss rooms ana uormltorlcs.
Tlie passengers marked tho splendid
cars, nno road beds nnd cnod comfon-
iblo scrlce of the Itonld Transit Com
pany, the varied, scml-tropic ntfrac-
tlvcness end charm of tho city, the
magnlllccnt views nnd tho clorlous
Jlr. Thurston, un Mnnoa valley, stnt
Hi that a survey was belnir mado for a
tunnel through to tho other side, for
the extension of the Itapld Transit
line. Ho did not know whether It
would over bo accomplished, but the
liirvey was being mado nevertheless. "
in conversation with n Ilullctln re
porter Mr Thurston thought nn open
enr, a car without n roof, would be on
excellent plan for a "Seeing Honolulu"
Tho first tourist city observation trip
On n trolley was most delightful and I1
Is highly probablo that n system of
such trips will be Instituted.
Needless to Bay, nt tho termination
of tho trip, tho sightseers were satur
ated villi Information.
CHE.FA BANKER SOAKED
Judgo Do Dolt this morning gav
Chow Hlng, a Chinese" who was found
guilty by a Jury of maintaining and
conducting a lottery, a stiff penally,
imposing on him a lino of t;oo. it la
ovldont that tho cho fn bankers who
run across Judgo Do Bolt can expect
but scant mercy.
F. M. Swanzy bellcvos pineapple
men should at least have un under
standing thnt will guard them against
mnrket bunco steerers nnd industrial
'suicide. Arguments ngalnst such an
understanding will arouse curiosity if
When Legislatures jefuso to provide
for public schools, the best argument
possible is offered for county control,
It Is therefore tho part of good Judg
ment for thoso opposed to County con
trol of schools to lend practical support
for proper appropriations.
W'o learn from tho town authority
on die fa games that notwithstanding
the session of the Grand Jury che f;i
games are flourishing in Chinatown.
This would indicate thnt the human
love for gambling Is so deep set that
a session of a Grand Jury can't erad
in tho meantlmo tho nnn.i inn.
though badly disappointed, still kept
on Its work, calling beforo It several
Chinese nnd Hawaiian witnesses. Tho
Attorney General's Department hopes
that tho Supremo Court, which, until
uiu i.i'giKiaiuru meets, is tho only body
which has authority to glvo power to
Imposo tho secrecy oath, will do so lm.
mediately. If tho Court does not do
so on Its own motion, tho Attorney Gen
crnl will probably mako a request that
this bo dono.
Chief Justice Frcar, when asked if
llio Court Intended to promulgate such
an order on Its own motion, stated
that It had not considered tho matter,
hut that It was unlikely. Ho know of
no sucn ruio existing anywhere, al
though ho believed that somo States
tad statutes to tlipt effect.
IS HONOLULU GOING TO HELL7
a uanxer asked this question of a
Bulletin reporter Last Saturday even.
Ing tho editor of The Bulletin went
through Palama with Rath to finri ui
Tho story of It will appear In
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TIMELY SUGGESTIONS AND SCHOOL
I T " I "C BBs?"' sllilTP -? -
The letter of the Clvlo Federation
Committee requesting tho Department)
of Public Instruction to provide du
tilled water fur the children of the pub
lic schools presents a timely topic to
the educational workers. It also sug
gests nn example, of how good peoplu
sometimes go off on tangents and lu
their enthusiasm for a special hobby
forget other real needs. This the Fed.
oration Commltteo linn not yet dono
but their action carries with it possl
No ono can question the necessity for
pure drinking water In the schools.
The Federation appeal may be one nt
the means for building up a public sen
timent demanding pure drinking
.water delivered through tho pipes of
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IK TIIC CIHCUIT COUUT OF TUB
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; In Probate. In the Matter
of the Instate of Jane Wilson, deceased,
testate. Order for Notlco of Hearing
Petition for Probnto of Will. A docti.
ment purporting to be the last will and
testament or Jane Wilson (widow), do
pcascd, having on tho 8th day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1900, been presented to
aid Probato Court, nnd a petition for
tho Probato thereof, nnd for the Issu
ance of letters Testamentary to Jano
Llshman Moro having been Died by
snld Jano Llshman More, It Is hereby
ordered that Monday, tho 19th day of
March, A. D. 100(1, nt 9 o'clock- a. in.
of Bald day, nt tho court room of said
court, at Honolulu, Oahu, T, H., bo
and tho somo hereby Is appointed tho
tlmo and placo for proving said will
and hearing snld application. It Is fur
ther ordered that notlco thereof no giv
en, by publication, onco a week for "
thrco succcsslvo weefts, In tho ICcn
Ilullctln, a nowspapcr published ln Ho
nolulu, tho last publication to be not',
less than ten days previous to tfio tluior
therein appointed for hearing,
Dated nt Honolulu, February 8th,
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JIl
Second Judgo Circuit Court, First Cir
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