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EVENING nUL-LEf N, HONOLULU T. H.. MONDAY. FEU. 12, 1906.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
nr 120 King Street, Honolulu,
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of tho editor of tho Advertiser,
though tho latter Is said frequently to
have carried, with much braggadocio,
a gun, and even been "called" Gen
eral ' Tho stories of his cournge havo
been told principally by the editor
of the AdWrtlscr.
Itefcionto In these columns to th
icrvlce wlrelcs telegraphy could haw
rendered In tho Valencia wreck glcJ
Hpcclal Interest to tho follow Ing dls
Victoria, a. C, 1-cu. I. rropos
als nre to bo submitted to the
government nt Ottawa by Victor
Inns controlling the Pacific Wire
less Telegraph Company In Can
ada, for the establishment of from
six to ten stations on the west
coast of Vancouver Island. Tho
l'rovlnclal government would pro
vide n continuous seaboard trail
with shelter huts at Intervals,
k Si ' 1 if
THE ADVERTISER ON ROADS AND
Territory of Hawaii, )
Honolulu, Count of Oahu)
C. (I. I10CKUS. nuslness Manager ol
the Bulletin Publishing Company, Lim
ited, being first duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says: That the following
Is a true and correct statement of cir
culation for tho week ending Febru
ary 9, 1906, of the Dally and Week
ly Editions of the Evening Bulletin:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Feb. 3 2408
Average Dally Circulation 2162
Circulation of weekly uuiieun.
Tuetday, Feb. 6, 1906 2354
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone.. ..1049
COMBIN ID guaranteed average
Dy C. O. BOCKUS.
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore mo this 10th day of Feb
SEAL ruary. A. D. 1906.
P. II. BUP.NETTE.
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
In our last Issue we published un
der the above heading a clipping from
Murc's the pity that more than one the Advertiser to show Its attitude to-
horror like that of the Valencia Ii
usually necessary to arouso n Uotcrn
incnt to nctlon.
ward the Hawaiian citizens,
The slurs cast at the Hawaiian! are
wholly uncalled for and deserve th
uveieit condemnation or a lain
Had Captain Demons found tlierj minded people Irrespective of nation'
was no 'knocking" on nccount of tho amy or political affiliations.
Moloknns. his discovery would have I our own exDerlenco with citizen la
furnished n surprlso for the avcrng) uor i,ag not been such as to Justify
citizen of tho Territory. Every step Bny gucIl reflections as were caBt nnJ
taken outside certain beaten paths lnwo bencvo tho Department of Public
unnuii iiimuai nuMiiuui, cum luriu Works , from the Superintendent down
a storm of protest from some source',,, the road unaB Br0 moro , biamfl
These arc established details that have, ,.- , ini,nrpr
to be taken into account.
QMIflN AT PUMP
.FE1I. 12. lu
ON BERETANIA STREET
Tho policy of tho Superintendent
has been such that contractors must
undertake to do work at a lower fig
ure than It can be properly done for
and then get off without fully comply
ing with the specifications. This re
sult In poorly paid labor and Inferior
work and usually costs tho taxpayer
more money than good substantial
would Justify a verdict of guilty. Com
pctent ovldence does not Includo heap
As n Grand Jury of this court you
hae Jurisdiction only of Offenses
against the laws of the United States
committed within tho Territory of Ha
waii or upon the high sens, and It will
be lour duty to Imestlgnte all such
crimes as may bo called to your attention.
Any attempt to Influence your nc
tlon or decision upon matters pending
before you by a communication In
writing to nny.one of you In relation
to such matters, without tho consent
of tho court, would be punishable, and
If any such attempt should bo mndo It
will bo your duty to Immediately In
form tho court thereof.
If, In the course of our Investiga
tions, you have reason to believes that
there Is other evidence not presented
but obtainable which would qualify or
explain away tho charge under exami
nation, It will he your duty to vrdcr
such ovldonco to bo produced.
You havo authority to summon as
witnesses In such cases as you may de
sire to Investigate, any person within
tho Jurisdiction of this court Including
officials. The local demand for addl'
tlons to the laboring clement of these
Islands has resulted In tho introduce
tlon of Immigrants of dlvcrso races,
somo of whom, perhaps, both from a
defectlvo social training and a want
of acquaintance with (American sentl-
rocnt and tho Federal laws, show a
laxity In regard to Institution of map
rlago as It Is recognized by what Is
known as Western civilization, and a
tendency to freely violate the estab
lished principles. I Invite your careful
attention to such cases of this kind as
may como before you, reminding you
that In your capacity of a Grand Jury,
WANT Ml GARS
MONSTER PETITION BEING
FRAMED TO RAPID TRANSIT
Residents In tho neighborhood of the
llcrctnnla street pumping Btatlon, ou
tho corner of Alapal street, were
startled early yesterday afternoon by
the sound and shock of an explosion.
Those who ran out of their houses to
sco what was the matter beheld a soot
cloud emanating from the rear of the
pumping nation. Above the rear boll
work would. Any white man who y011 aro j a most cmphatle sense tho
would prefer Japs and Chlnnmcn to prtcctor of marriage and tho homo
native Hawaiian as laborers on pub- lrora sucll lawlessness as would tend
lie works Is unlit to be known ns an lo destroy the sanctions of tho one
American and Bhould don tho wooden
shoes and kimono or pig-tall of tho
race whoso champion ho would be.
DOLE IMPRE88ES JURY
(Continued from Page 1)
fleer of this court or tho knowledge of
the station u steam drum had your members or In any other way,
blown up from an accmulajlon of oil tending to show tho Infraction of such
gas. Tho brlck-and-cemcnt Jacket wan Jaws. Your duty In theso matters Is
broken and tho material prcclpltatt( tt very responsible one, not only In tho
Into the furnace room. No one wa) direction of tho protection of tho com.
- ... . , ... ,u,rr Injured. Imunlty against crime, but also for tho
War will not be Hol to nr1calc "l think that carelessness was prob-1 conscientious Investigation of charges,
Europe whllo an Oriental affair is anly tll0 causo of (no i)crctana gtrc.i or of Informalon whlch might lead to
on the verge of breaking loose. pump explosion," said Superintendent charces acahiBt Individuals. In order
'of Public Works Hollowny today. "I that those persons In relation to whom
iuiiik mm mo cnuau wus pruuuuiy iikc there Is sufficient prima rocio ovi-
this: Tho flame went out nnd tho oil ,ir i nmmnrt n rhnrco of crlmo
kept on pouring. Gradually It became mav bo Indicted for tho trial thereof.
The Bulletin Is In receipt of an elab
orate fuslladc of correspondence frorj
the Atcherleys of Kona which will np
pear In a later Issue.
Judge Dole bears down hard on tho
tecrecy feature of tho Orand Jury. This
Is as likely to start queries on ."what"
up" as anything else.
Walalae, Kulmukl and Palolo's or
ganized residents nre doing stunts lu
Improvement that leave nothing to bo
btked In the way of ambitious plans.
Improvement Clubs In starting wonc
and electing officers afterward have
shown that the nconlo Interested
understand the purpose and nre In
spired by a determination to work.
Twenty-flvo hundred signatures it
New York residents to a petition for
the rescue of Niagara may sou ml
large Considering tho population l
New York. It Is a mighty slim show-
Inf ro Niagara.
Hawaii's representative nt the Chi
cago llfo Insurance conferenco voted
ngalnst tho policy of deferred div
idends This Is entirely characteristic
of Haw-all on all propositions where
there Is a dividend In sight.
Shutting off ordinances because of
fenders cannot be put In Jail Is a
policy onwhlch the County Supervise
ors should deliberate very carefully
before binding themseUcs. The pcoplo
expect a forward policy
- Had that explosion occurred on tho
Nuuanti water system, a portion of the
town would havo some promise of a
change to a reasonably pure water
supply. Improvement In tho character
of the water from the Nuuanu service
is moro theoretical than real.
Abraham Lincoln believed In gov
crnment of. by and for tho people. To
this end ho turned his every encrgi
and shaped each national policy. Ha
-was unpretentiously honest. He was
the great American because .ho held
true to the principles of equality In
practice, as well as theory,
WITH BROTHERLY LOVE
heated enough from the hot bricks to
become Ignited, and the explosion re
sulted. Tho wholo matter Is nothing
serious. Similar accidents are occur
ring right along on the plantations.'
but also that such persons against
whom tho Information which you may
be able to reach Is Insufficient, may be
discharged freo of suspicion or loss of
reputation; In tho latter caso tho rule
Holloway, when asked If he though". ,. i.. nn i,nrt.ni ..in.
tho occurrence of such an accident wan menU Tll gccrccy of tho de,lbcrn.
rrVTS ..' "T l ".. "" r Ul ""."ons of . Grand Jury Is also a ncce
W) fuel, stated that he did not
sary feature of its work, In that It pro.
motes tho freedom and Independence
of tho Individual members thereof In
reaching their conclusions. In which
Individual conclusions tho public Is
not Interested, being only conctrncd
In tho acts of the Jury as a body. There
Is also a further reason for tho rule of
Hprrnrv Innanmrh as tho nubile knowl
E. Vivian Wchardson, who was last cdetr of tho work of tho Qrand Jury
week found guilty of embezzling Gov
nrnment funds In his custody as clerk
of tho old Waterworks Department,
from day to day might warn persons
whoso cases aro under consideration
and thus tend to defeat tho purposes
and the sacrednees of tho other,
'tho District Attorney and his assist.
ant will bo ready at all times to assist
j on In your Investigations and to In-
four you as to tho law. They will call
I nit examine witnesses to old you In
your work and you may call and ex
amino witnesses when ou so desire;
,ut neither tho District Attorney nor
any other person may be present at
your deliberations or when you voto.
At least sixteen of your numbcf
should bo present whenever you nro
oiigvged In your work, nnd an agree
ment of at least twclvo is necessary
to the finding of an Indictment.
Your foreman wilt havo tho author
ity tn administer oaths.
You will be at liberty to apply to
'bo Court at any tlmo for further In
I appoint Mr, Joseph A. Oilman as
yiui foreman. You will select your
secretary from among your number, '
Tho Grand Jury will begin Its work
Bt 2 o'clock this afternoon. Thcro Is
not a very great amount of business
to come before It, and Its work will
probably bo done In a few days.
Among the- matters to bo ueivea into
will bo several Porto Hlcan bigamy
cases, tho Mayall case of violation of
tho Edmunds Act, tho Sherman coun
tcrfcltlng caso and somo othor mat
ters. SB I i
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
tho nows of tho day. For SI a year.
Bulletin gives a completo summary of
was unit morning scnieuceu uy juugo 0( (,0 Qrand Jury by giving them n
Lindsay to Imprisonment for ono year. cnanco to ovodo prosecution or to In
Tho Court stated In Imposing sentence . tCrfcre with tho production of cvl-tl.-at
It took tho youth of tho defendant , jenco agalnBt them
K. PS. TOCELEBRATE
Knights of Pythias nil over tho coun
try will bold celebrations on tho 19th
Inst., which will mark the forty-thlrt
anniversary of tho .founding of the
The celebration In this city, where
the K. l'.'s are especially well repre
sented, will take the form of a "big
night," when between soventy nnd
eighty new members will be taken Into
tho order. Tho Initiatory exercises
will bo held In Progress Hall under
tho Joint auspices of all tho lodges of
Tho presumption of Innocence exists
In relation to every pprson charged
with n criminal offense before you, or
ngalnst whom thcro may bo somo evi
dence, until such presumption Is re
moved by competent ovldenco which,
unexplained and uncontradicted,
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
,Thc editor of tho Advertiser's private-misery
department contains fur
ther striking expression of his great
vnhapplnc8s. Tho following Is an ex
For unadulterated gall this ox
tract from a special nrtlclo by tho
editor of the Bulletin fairly glazes
my eye: "As far as I had been
able to observe, the principles of
the Advertiser were thoroughly
monarchical and oppressive to
ward tho people, while I am a firm
believer In tho people. Slnco tho
world began these two forces In
opposition have made tho fur fly
to a greater or less extent."
Alter telling his own story of hlf
town prowess, tho editor of tho Advtti
User then publishes this:
Tho present editor .of the Bui
lettn was not then on the ground,
'. but when tho second annexation
treaty was proposed at Washing
ton he appeared thcro In opposi
tion to it.
The statement that the present ed-
v. ' 4ni nt Tim lliillpfln nnnparpn in
$J Washington In opposition to the sec
ond annexation treaty is ausoiuteiy
(also. It puts the editor of tho Adver
tiser In a role ho evidently enjoys a
The editor of The Bulletin regrets
at he has never been able to appro-
'e the courage or honest manhood
fef. WLTOflTiU. mom
Trent nd company
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RE8IDENT8 AND PATRON8 OF
LINE TO KAIMUKI, WAIALAE
AND PALOLO ARE VIGOR
OUSLY AT WORK.
The Walalao and Knlrauk Improve
ment Club Is getting In some great
work through petition to tho President
and Directors of the Itapld Transit
service. Petitions nre now in circula
tion among the property owners of tin
section and also among patrons of tht
lino calling on the Hnpld Transit pco
pie for nctlon.
The array of reasons presented why
tho request should be granted follow:
1st. The rapidly growing district
and tho money outlaycd for new rest-1
donees within the past two years, auil
tho Increased valuation of the sur
rounding property by reason of such
2nd. Thnt this section Is one of the
healthiest in Honolulu for residential
3rd. That a great deal more monej
would be Invested In theso districts.
thereby enhancing property valuations,
If a twenty minute service could bb
4th. That every now residence erect
ed In theso districts Is not only ben-
cllclal to the districts themselves, bbut
would be the means of Increasing the
revenue of the Itapld Transit Co. by
reason of additional travel over Its
Cth. That the traffic over the Wala
lao lino Is heavier than the Mnnoa line,
which enjoys a twenty-minute service:
that there are now COO dally regular
patrons of the road and that this num
bcr will be largely Increased durlntl
uio coming year, on account of tnt
new residences that are being added.
7th. That tho Sunday traffic would
be Increased and ibercby produce addi
tional revenuo to your company should
a twenty-minute service go Into effect.
Sill. That tho present Walalae Head
Improvements will be tho means of In
ducing people to build and have tholr
homes In these districts.
Oth. That tho cost of placing addi
tional switches (should this be neces
sary) and the general car expense
would soon be made up to the company
by Its additional revenue Induced by
sucn twenty minute service.
10th. That the proposed Improve
ments now contemplated by tho Hoard
of Supervisors of the County of Oahu
win result in the opening up and tak
ing over tho cross streets and roads.
11th. That the majority of the prop,
crty holders nro members of the Wal
alao, Kaimuki and Palolo Improvement
Club, whose efforts have been nnd will
be devoted solely and exclusively to
the beautifying, population and en
hancing the property of these districts.
12th. That every step taken on tho
road to progression, means money and
profit to your company, not only mi
account of the Increased travel on your
line, but also be a source of profit by
Increasing tho value of your holdings
In these districts.
wo earnestly solicit jour co-oi n-
tlon In this movement of progression
thus benefiting everyone concerned and
Interested in the future of'the Wala
lao, Kulmukl and I'alolo tracts. We
trust that you will sec the force of out
request and give the same your earnest
New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices nueh below the market on ac
count of our taking a whole consignment.
The goods are well known and we are able to sell them upon spe
cially favorable terms.
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
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Wo should be happy to have a com
mittee wait upon you at any time, In
furtherance of this request should you
so wish It.
The Supreme Court today rendered
decision In tho matter of James Arm
strong and L. I McCandless vs.
Ane Kconc, affirming the decree of the
Circuit Court which dismissed the
plaintiff's bill to enforce pei)rmnnce
of an agreement of partition of land
Justice. Hartwcll writes tho opinion,
the syllabus of which says: ,
Specific performance defendant's
misunderstanding of agreement
whether Induced 'by plaintiffs or not-1-unfairness
A bill to enforce performance of a
written agreement to partition land
was dismissed because of Its unfairness
nnd of the defendant's apparent mis
take as to Its contents. Held: The de
cree Is .affirmed, tho evldenco Justify
ing a finding that the written agree.
pient sought to be enforced did not
lonform to the oral agreement or to
the defendant's understanding of Its
contents In falling to provide that the
land apportioned to her should be that
on which her house stood.
W. C. Achl for plaintiff.
It. W. Dreckons for defendant.
Mr. Soquo (seeing the new cactus)
flee will. I've got 'em ngalnl New
York Mall and Kxpress.
An Up to llnle Ilrrnni,
As a mark of respect to the memorj',
of Commodore William Pcnn McCann,
who died at New Itochcllo Hill, New
York, January IS, eleven mlnuta
guns were fired nt tho Naval Statlou
today, and the flag was dropped to
half-mast. Official orders were re
ceived for tho ceremony from the Sec
retary of tho Navy Saturday. Tio law
requires the execution of tho ceremony
be the day after tho orders for It are
received, but as yesterday was Sunday,
It was postponed until today. Com
modoro McCann was a veteran of tin
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