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THE
Iuei7ii Bulletin
With wlilch Is lncorioruteil Hie iNiini'UNJi-
KNT.
Hawaiian Copyright by A. V. Or.AU,
Juno 22, 1805.
Published cvory day except Sundny nt
009 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
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torial department to "Editor Bulletin."
Business letters should be nddrcbBed to
"Manager Evening Bulletin."
Telephono 25C. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Business Cards.
H. HACEFELD & CO.
QnNEnxi. Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN IiUMMSIl
AND Alili KINDS OF UuiIiDINO
MATERIALS.
Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
THOS. LINDSAY,,
MANUFACTURING JeWEIiEII AND 'WATCH
MAKER. Kukni Jewelry n Specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of ropairs.
Cnmpbell Block, - Morchnnt Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Castings.
Machinery of Every Description Mndo
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blacksmithiug; Job Work- ex
ecuted nt Short Notice.
Atlas Assurance Co.
OB XiOMDON.
ASSETS, - - $10,000,000.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Agents for Hawniinu Islands.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BROKEN
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Estate and Furniture,
naim
1 EOBERT GRIEVE.
Book and Job Printer
Merchant Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian News Company's
Book Storo.
my 13.
CITY ORAYAQE Co.
W. F, SHAHRA.TT, Managor
Stand adjoining H. Hackfeld &
Co., Fort street. General Oart
ing and Drayngo Business done.
m7 tf
WM. L. PETERSON.
Notary Public, Typewriter
AND COLLECTOR.
Omc e: Ove i Goldon Rule Buzaor
my 13
C. B. DWIGHT,
Does all kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho has on hand a largo supply of
Chinese Grnnito Curb and alwnys keeps
Hnwaiinn Curbing Stono. Estimates
given and lowes,1 prices assured. Tele
phono 833.
INDIGESTION
And Liver Gomplaifit
CUKGO BY USINu
Ay&r's Sarsapart Ha
Mr. T. J. CJ-UNE,
nf Vull.iTVllle, S. AtmSrnlln, wrllem
'Six yi'iiin iirii, I li.nl nil nttnrk of Initios
Hon iiti.l Uer iiiiiiiUiiL Hint Imii'il loi
wurkt; 1 wni ni.ii(!o tn i'ii niiy Imnl wmn.
Ii.ul no tt!tu, iiki'I iiinKieil IDA, and 1
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illt.i; I! i.i'fiv, : . . i 'i lc-'.- Ii. t.icr,
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I'urcil Mini" ..ii ii iMtti ... .lune mu! i-l'ip liVo
ii i-hlW."
Has cured othora, will cur you.
Mnile It Dr. J.C. A; A. Co.. Lavi oi:, liu..,U.b.A.
Hollister Drag Co., L'd,
Solo Ageuta for tho Republic of Hawaii.
L. ANBRABE
BAKER
Kinau street nenr.Punohbowl
street my2l
MUW.M, j
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
F HORN.
Practical Confectioner and Baker,
No 71 Hotel Stroot.
my 20.
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Japanese Goods I
2Q6 Fort Street.
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Sewing Ma
chines and Embroidery Work
at tho World's Fair, Chicago, HI.
being the largest numbor of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, and
more than double the number
given to all othor Sewing Ma
chines B. Berqerson.
Agont.
my3l tf Bothol st., Honolulu.
Y.M.C.A. Hall.
Direction of Frank L. Hooos.
In response to many requests tho manage
ment has decided to K'vo one more concert.
BRE&SCHUCIC HiflflSolOH
AND
JOHN
MARQUARDT
VIOLINIST.
WILL APPEAR
To-Night!
To-Night!
An attractive programme will bo
furnished.
SPTtcservcd seats will bo on sale this
morning at 0 o'clock, at tho Hobrou Drug
Company's store.
VI
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THE LEGISLATURE.
tiii: skmati: ncoui'ii: ivini the
new i.An niLii.
The l'nwcr oftltn IiHiid Commission
er to be llc(rlclcd. ,olcs from
tlio l,or Il'olnc.
HIXTEEXTH DAY JUIA 2X1).
THE SENATE.
YtffWduy iiftarimttii wtiB devot
ed to tho consider tion of tho
Land Hill on ilw bouimkI rending.
Tho first twelvti sections woro
discussed and pusxtad with a- few
aniondiiiiMito, the iivst important
of which mikes tho Land Ooin
missionors to bo appointed by
tho Prosidont subject to tho ap
proval of the SuuuUi instead of
the Cabinet.
Tho Sonat'i was occupied this
forenoon in considering the land
bill us amoiulod by the Houso.
There ivas a full attendance.
THE REPRESENTATIVES.
Mini slur Smith, on thooponing
of thw House, started that Presi
dent Dole wished to bo furnished
with printed copies of all bills in
troduced ill tho Houso.
A letter from tho clork of tho
Senate was rend, announcing the
election of J. A. Kennedy as a
member of the Council of State.
Mr. Bond-said that, in there
port of the education committee
presonteu yesterday, an ltom ot
$750 for a school house on Mnui
was omitted. Ho moved tho item
be added to tho reoommended ap
propriation of $ld,bo0.
Mr. Richards reported that tho
bill appropriating $12,000 for this
special session of tho legislature
had been presented to the Presi
dent for his signature.
Mr. Robertson gavo notico of a
bill to reguluto the acquisition of
rights of way over tho lands of
others. Ho also read a first timo
his bill relating to tho importa
tion of alcohol and spirits for
medicinal purposes.
The bill rolating to Chinese
immigration passed third reading
unanimously.
Mr. Robertson denied tho right
of tho Speaker to vote.
Speaker Nauno held he had tho
right under u rule of the House
which mud "a majority of nil
elective members of tho House"
waB required to pass a bill on
third reading.
Mr. Robortson quoted another
rule that said tho Speaker could
not voto except to decido a tio or
whon a ballot was taken.
Tho question was referred to
the committoo on rules.
Mr. Richards resigned from tho
sanitary joint committee.
At 11 a.m. the House adjourned
till 10 a.m. tomorrow.
Five loading grocery firms an
nounoo closing on tho fourth.
"Aloha oe" and "Liko no a
like" at the concert to-night.
Co." G, under Captain Honry
Kaia, will turn out on tho Fourth
of July.
There will be another meeting
of tho Council ofStato at 4 o'clock
this afterm on.
Judgo Hartwell left this after
noon for a vacation to Knuai,taking
his daughter with him.
J. A. Wildor and a party of
friends left on tho Olaudino this
afternoon for a trip to Haloakala.
Charles Murray, son of the
Councillor ot State, has aocepted
a borth in the tnx-assossor's office
HE GOES JACK TO JAIL
NiipiiKjit: couirr dkcision o.i
THE 1IA1IEAI4 COIU'US CASE,
Juitlco I'renr DelUcrn tlio Opinion
ttcrimlni; tlio Writ to l'rluco
Jonnli Knlniilnnnolo.
At 10 o'clock this morning tho
Supreme Court opened after a few
days' adjournment. Jailor Low
produced Jonnh Kalanianaolo,
commonly known ns ''Princo
Cupid," in court Tho prisoner
was attendod by his counsel, Paul
Noumann. A. M. Brown, Deputy
Marshal, wus present, also attor
neys W. A. Kinnoy, who was
Judgo Advooato of the Military
Commission, J. A. Mngoon, E.
Johnson, J. K. Kahookauo, W.
L. Stanley and others. Dr. Joseph
Cook of Boston sat in tho jury
bos and appeared to tnko a pro
found interest in tho procoodings.
"Cupid" was dressed in a plain
and hnlfworu woolon suit.
Chief Justice Judd asked Mr.
Brown if ho was the only repre
sentative of tho government pro
Bent. ,
Mr. Brown ausworod, "I bclicvo
so, Your Honor."
The Chief Justice U'on announc
ed that the decision of the Court
in the matter of a petition for a
writ of habeas corpus dn "behalf
of Prince Jonah Kalanianaolo
would be delivered by Mr. Justico
Froar.
Justice Froar opened with a
story of tho insurrection of Jan
uary 5 and succeeding days, tho
arrest of tho petitioner and his
sentence, on conviction of mis
prison of treason by tho Military
Commission, to imprisonment at
hard lubor for one yoar and to
pay a fine of ono thousand dollars.
His Honor recited the ohiof
ground of tho petition, namely,
that tho Military Commission wus
nn illegal body. He quoted tho
provision, in tho constitution of
the republic, for tho proclamation
of martini law, saying that it was
not peculiar to this country. Its
reason lay in tho doctrino of pub
lic necessity. Great Britain had
instituted ronrtiul law in Irolund
at different times, and tho gov
ernment of tho colony of Jam
aica had also resorted to it.
A largo number of cases woro cit
ed from tho British and American
books to provo that martial law
was in tho power of the govern
ments in grave public exigoncios.
Uno uocision was that the powor
was held by tho President of tho
United States without tho con
currence of any other authority.
It had been a quostion whether
the President or the Congress bad
the "dangerous power' and the
authorities agreed that either the
Presidont or the Cougross had it.
Tho courts had generally refused
to roview the authority of the
executive to deolaro martial .law
whenever it was deotned neces
sary, as in tho case of tho Rhodo
Island robellion of 1812, Cases
arising out of tho groat rebollion
in tho United States wero also
cited to sustain the position taken,
namely, that tho civil courts can
afford no redress for alleged
wrongs committed under murtiul
law.
The court pointed out a dis
tinction between military rule
and martial law, All tho condi
tions undor whioh martial law
might bo proper would bo hard to
dofino. What might novo been
appropriate in tho timo of
Napoleon might not ho so today.
This court was not proparod to go
so far as Judge Hare of tho
United SttiteB, in saying Hint what
was done undor martial law could
not bo roviowod by tho civil
courts, even whero an abuse of
authority had taken place- In
stead thoy preforrod to tuko an
English decision that limited tho
roviowofthe civil courts to in
humanity resulting from the
action of martial law.
As to whether msprision of
treason was a crimo under tho
laws ot this country which was
undor the jurisdiction of u mili
tary commission, the Court said it
was so regarded in American and
English law. To tho argument
that a military commission had
no jurisdiction to try civilians in
a time of peao", it was held Hint
tho necessity for martial law did
not always cease with the termi
nation of actual hostilities.
It was deemed unnecessary by
tho Court to consider the argu
ment that tho military commis
nion hod no jurisdiction for an
offense committed beforo the out
break of war. Thoro might be
misprision of treason after as well
as beforo the otitbreak.
Regarding tho quostion as to
tho jurisdiction of tho military
commission while tho civil courts
wero doclared, by tho proclama
tion of murtiul law, to be open for
ordinary business, the Court held
thnt matters arising out of u
serious insurrection woro not to
bo classed as ordinary business.
Tho last point considered was .
whether tho President had tho
powor to dolegato his authority to
tho head of tho military commis
sion. In answer tho Court said
that tho President could not bo
everywhere at tho same timo, and
nnyway ho had signod all tho
judgments of the military com
mission. Thero being no reason
for surrendering tho prisoner, the
writ was denied, and tho prison
er roraanded to tho custody of tho
jailor.
Paul Noumann for tho potilion;
A. S. Hartwell for tho respond
ent. Presidont Dole entered tho
courtroom ns the rending was con
cluded, and obtaining tho docu
ment sat down to read it.
COUNCIL OV STATE.
1'lmt OTeetluc of tlio Third Branch
ot the I.cclHlaturc.
Yesterday afternoon the Coun
cil of State assembled in tho
chamber of the Houso of Repre
sentatives. Thoro wore present:
Presidont Dole, presiding, Min
isters Smith and Damon, Coun
cillors 0 Brown, G W Smith,
John Nott, P O Jones, W O
Wilder, D L Naono, J U Kawai
nui, A G M Robertson, T B Mur
ray, J A Kennedy, J Mendonca,
O Bolte. John Ena, M P Robin-,
son and 0 M Cooko.
Mr. Smith was appointed sec
retary of tho meeting.
On motion of Ministor Smith
the Presidont appointed Coun
cillors Brown, Naono and Robert
son a committee on rules.
President Dolo announced the
business as tho consideration of u
list of pardons ho would submit.
He loft it to tho Council to decide
if tho session should be sccrot.
Ministor Smith advocated and
moved that the business be con
sidered with closod doors. The
motion oarried unanimously.
Marshal Hitchcock and W. A.
Kinnoy were askod to continue
their prosonco.
James F Morgan sold tho old'
two-Btory woodoA building on the
Waikiki side of Alakea, near
King stroot, at auction today for
romoval, Wing Chong Tai
bought it for $77. A houso of
worship for the Ohristian Churobt
is to bo erected on the site.
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