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DECKMlimi 20, 1901
When thu local judiciary in purified
according to the Ideals of Sidney M
ll.illou, It n III be a Md day for Justin
lit the Territory of llauall.
Thtwc cheap Manila cigars Honolulu
n.iH luinkliiK on bid (air lo become a
rupldl) fading fjney Judged by tbu
peed Kith which the 1'hlllpplnert
tarln bill Is helng carried through.
It lliimphieys and dear are carpet
luggers In what rla.ct does the Hon,
Sidney M. llallou trot? Will he Kindly
rise and explain how much luggage hu
liid when hu landed from tbu Bju
Francisco steamer a few years ago and
ten dajs after the airhal of Judge
The general disposition to com
promise on thv Cuban reclpioclty
scheme appears to be received with fa
vor on all sides. Culm Is asking for
forty per tent reduction on her agricul
tural products And the opposition Ij
reauy to grant twenty per cent. A
solution of this kind i III be n marked
assistance to Cuba nnd will not serious
ly Injure tho Amerlcun Industries with
which the Island products come In com
petition. The new- hack regulation rcqulrliu
a certain deguu of intelligence itmuug
hack drivers Is a most agreeable ruin
In the opinion of the general public.
The llullrtlu had occasion to note ifi
lonlly the cae of a Japanese h.tckmaD
who carried H passenger to the Walklkl
turn in search of the Y M. C. A. Such
Instances aie not only distressing to
passengers but a dliect Injuiy to tho
ilty by defejtlng endeavors to niaku
pleasant tho pathway of visitors. Aa aJ
business proposition this city is in duty
bouud to keep Its hack service up to
the highest possible standard of ex
lelleucc I x
There is n strange fatality about the
lloston .Major who strives to succeed
himself, lloston cltl7ens hnve served
two terms ns mayor but never two
times In succession. Hart, the lately
defeated candidate has hail n tasto of
it and curiously enough Ceneral Col
lins the Mayor-ehct was defeated last
ear by Hart. Neither party nor suc
cessful administration seems to hnvn
the slightest lnlluence un the voters.
It Is u political iiirlofclty peculiar to llos
ton and It there Is any place on the
face of the continent that can be d
ptuded upon to turn out peculiar curl-
vsltlcs, It Is lloston.
The statements of Sidney M. llallou
regarding the loial Judiciary given to
the Louisville Coiiiler-.lu.irnal will lu
ttrest and amuse the (It lit lis of this
It Is another exhlhltlnn of tho m.ilteo
of tho aggregation endeavoring to
prostitute Terrltoilal Justlui and par
ticularly of Sidney M. ll.illou who was
sentenced to thirty days
In Jail by
Judgo Humphreys for contempt of
court. Mr. llallou Is good enough to
say that the Attorney Utncial vindi
cated .luilne Ilumiiliiejs hut Is paitl
iiilarly careful to make no rvferenru to
tho contempt pioceedlng to which he
was party and ot which the Attorney
tleenral said In his report, "The proofs
do not show that the Judgo (Humph
reys) was animated by Improper mo
tives, or that the Imposition of this
sentence was an Intentional utilise ot
the discretion Imposed In him."
Mr. llallou also has some lcmarks to
offer in connection with the Hnllift Act
and packed Juries. He falls to state
tho fact, however, that this llalllff Act
received the endorsement of Chief Jus
tice Frcnr before It was piescnted to
the Legislature and was signed without
hesitation by Governor Dole. lie also
fails to make reference to the Attor
ney 0!i n mil's statement that, "there Is
not a scintilla of testimony to show
that Judge. Humphreys had anything
to do with the selection of the grand
Jury." This uhi-ertlon was made after
careful Investigation, by the Attorney
General of the direct charge that Judge
Humphreys had packed a Jury.
Thu runniest part of Mr. Italian's ex
position ot peisounl opinion Is, how
ever his referenco to Humphreys and
Gear us carpetbaggers uf tho worst
type, that they arrived In Hawaii with
out a dollar and aie now lolling In
How much moncyi had Sidney M.
llallou when he struck this beach?
U.illmi, hovtuvcr, contradicts himself
when lie b.iys that theso Judges whom
he maligns established a large prac
tice. The man who can, without mon
ey or the prestige of friendship with a
political ruling faction ns possessed by
tlullou, build up a prolltable law prac
tice is certainly deserving of consider
ation for Integtlty and ability. It Is
apparent that llallou considers himself
a carpetbagger uf the best type, a
"good thing" In other words. Ho may
, perhaps be forgiven for this, however,
for If a man doesn't think well of him
self no on') else will. llallou has novel
been found lacking In self utreru.
As to the relations of Humphreys
and Gear with tho political elements of
the Territory, It Is merely the plaintive
cry of a man who belongs to a faction
that litis been repeatedly defeated by
tho honest voters of the Territory,
llallou was one of tho men who charg
ed Judge Humphreys with taking an
active part in bitter political contro
versies. This charge was Investigated
by thu Attorney General of the United
elates anil these expressions am
found lu thu report to the President:
"Neither of these were political meas
ures, nnd I know of no reason why a
Judge, ns any other citizen, should not
take an aclhe Interest In the discus
slon of legislation which Is non-pollti
cal In character." "1 can find nothing'
In the charge to Indicate that Judge
Humphreys was animated by any other
consideration than the public good nnd
tho solemn obligations of his great
olllco." Political charges have been
made against .lodge Humphreys,, the
charges Investigated and proved to l
false. Halloa's charge against ('.car Is
It Is very apparent that Sidney M.
llallou bad misplaced the report of the
Attorney General In the Humphrey-;
case, and was consequent!) unable to
lefcv to It to rcfiesb Ids memory .then
talking with the Louisville Courier
Journal repoiier. In other words llal
lou while talking with the Courier
Journal laumheil another boomerang
Til U IIANILL CASE AFFIDAVIT.
It appeals fiom the remarks of
Thlirrttnn'n Ailvoi tlut.r ulilpli la nln
I -- --
I (lin f pencil l-rr! nrfrrin nt tlin flnvftmnf
of this Tcirltor'. that theiu has been a
ihange of heart on the part of the At
torney (U'licrul of the I'nllcd States In
the Huniphrc8 case.
According to the same authority, the
Attorney Ucneral has been led to take
a different view of the matter by rea
son of the action of Judge Humphrey
In Minimal My dlsmlsHlug Dan Case who
acted as stenographer of the Klrit Clr
cult Court and who was secretary of
the notorious Mar Association which
brought such malicious nnd unfounded
(barges against Judge Humphreys.
Thuiston has endeavored to mako It
appear that the dismissal of Dan Case
was due to a certain nflldavlt which
Case us secretary of tho liar Assocla-
ton had occasion to make In that ca
acltv mid that his dismissal l the re
suit of the vengeful spirit of Judge
Throughout the various p roe lama
tlons of virtue on tho part of Thurston
nnd the lovely combination for which
his paper speaks there hns been a no
table avoldum u of
nnv detalleil refer-
eucc to this nnldnv
,-lt which Mr. Cnsu
prepared. Thuistou's organ has beer.l0l'lrtunltlrs for Increased foreign
so notably huklng In these essential. I r"lI '' "Pedal modifications of tho
of a fair rcpi.wntntlon of facts that i tJirlff. lu spcrlat cases, but ONLY wheru
the natural desire has arisen In the'11 l'" ue ,Io' without Injury to any
public mind to know what was con
tained In this Innocent afOdavlt of
which Dan Cusc was the author.
'Hie Advertiser hns gone so far In
Its condemnation of Judge Humphreys
lor his purported spiteful action that
the public ought now to he in n ills
reining state ot mind, iiipalile of ap
pi eclating the true tenor of this affi
davit which the llullctln la convinced
Is one of tho most nofablu exhibits of
the whole liar Association. It inn)
stand seioud to the eavesdropping adl
davits of l.nrrln Andrews but It Is n
clone play for flist place. The alH
davit of Daniel II. Case appeals at
"Exhibit 3R:i" of tho charges of Tliui
sum's liar Association against Judge
Humphreys. It might be said In pas3'
ing that these charges and the exhibits
constitute a "!ii page pamphlet printed
by Thurston's Hawaiian Gazette Com
pany. "Daniel II. Cnso being first duly
sworn, on oath deposes and says:'
That Is the way it starts nut. It will
be noted that Daniel H. Caso made
his statement under oath. Then tho
nllldjvit goes, on to relate the details
of the meeting of the "37" held on
Wednesday the 29th day of May, Hob
rrtson's resolution and the substitute
resolution uru given. Tho mimes ot
members present nnd voting are given,
also the names ot members whose
Ulimes appear on the rolls but wcro
not living, nlsii the nanus and number
I of the members not In the city nt tin
time ot thu annual meeting,
Then follows this remarkable pat
ngriiph: "The following members
ucru holding ntllcl.il position at the
date of said annual meeting; II. 12
Cooper, Secretary oMhu Territory nnd
Ait lug Governor; Kdgar Cayplcss,
Clerk of the Senate, then lu session; A.
S. Humphreys, First Judge of tho Cir
cuit Couit of the First Circuit; Gilbert
F. Little. Cltctilt Judge of tho Fourth
Circuit; J. Hi'binson, Commissioner of
Bankruptcy, Unite! States District
Court. Total 5."
Daniel H. Case made this statement
under oath even to the "Total 5."
In Mr. Case's list of members voting
for the resolution requesting the re
moval of Judgu Humphreys nppear
these names: W. C. Achl, A. M.
Til own, John V. CuthcarL A, O. M.
Robertson, I.ylo Dickey, Lorrln An
drews, Cecil Ilrowu, K. 1'. Dole, nnd
vV. L. Wilcox.
Mi. Case's allldavlt makes note that
Edgar Cayplcss "Clerk of tho Scnato
then In session" was among the mem
bers "holding official position at th
date of salt! meeting." but he falls to
note Achl, a member of the Senate then
In session, Cecil Drown, also n mem
ber of thu Senate then In session, and
A. G. M. Hobertson a member of thu
House, uf Representatives then In ses
sion. Mr. Case's affidavit stales under oath
that J. ItoLlmon, Commissioner of
Bankruptcy, United States District
Court, wus among the members "hold
ing official position at the date of said
annual meeting," but hu falls to note
among thu names of those "holding
official position." A. M. Drown. II eb
Sheriff of thu Torrltory, appolntc'd by
Governor Dole; John W, Cathrart.
Deputy Attorney General of the Terri
tory, appointed by Governor Dole; l.yln
Dickey, District Magistrate, appointed
by Governor Dole; Lorrln Andrews,
chairman of the Honolulu Hoard of
Registration, appointed by Governor
Imlo; K. V, Dole, Attorney General of
tho Territory appointed by Governor
Dole nnd a nophew of Governor Dole:
W. L. .Wilcox, District Magistrate, ap
pointed by Governor Dole. All theso
men, members of the Dar Association,
held "oluclal position at tho dato of
snld nnnual meeting," Daniel II. Caso,
whoso removal from tho olllco of court
stenographer Thurston Bays Is sptto
work, stated under oath that these last
nnmed members were present and vot
tlng. Tho wholo tenor of this affi
davit la to create tho Impression that
Cooper, Cnypless, Humphreys, Little
and Robinson were tho only members
of tho Association holding olllco at that
The only way In which Case can es
capo the charge of misrepresenta
tion Is through a statement that
he did not on oath depose and
say that Achl, Dole nnd other
members of the Legislature nnd
appointees of tho (lovernor Mere not
"holding nfllcial position nt the datn
of said amnuil meeting." He must de.
fend the truth of his Bworn statement
by inserting that he, did not tell tb
whole truth. Mr. Case Is welcome to
the tusk cut out for him and Is deserv
ing at smpathy for having nltowed
Thurston to lead him on such treach
erous paths of allldavlt making, lie.
fore Thurston weeps more tears met
the dismissal of Case he will do well to
enquire of the Attorney (leneral what
he thinks of this "ofllclal position" par
agraph of tho Daniel H.TAse nflldavlt
nnd when the answer Is received the
best thing Thurston nnd Case can do Is
to "go 'way back and sit down,"
The Attorney (lenei ill's oponlon has
undergone no changes.
TUB ADJOURNMENT OP
(New York Sun.
The net results of the so-called Reci
procity Convention at Washington aro
There Is nothing novel In the recom
mendation for the establishment of n
new Department of Commerce nnd In
dustries, wjth a Secretary holding a
place In the President's Cabinet.
The proposition to refer any specific,
plan of reciprocity to n commission,
established ns n permanent bureau of
the new Department of Commerce nnd
Industries, merely whips the devil
nround the stump.
The most Interesting feature of tin
resolutions which the convention
adopted before adjourning Is tho at
tempt to give us what the Sun asked
for tho other day, namely, an accurate.
nnd satisfactory definition of reciproc
ity This Is nttempted Jn resolution
"That this convention recommendj
to Congress the mnlntennnco "of tho
principle of protection for the homo
lanrket and lo open up by roclproelt
one of our home Interests of manufac
turing, commerce, or farming,"
We have Italicized the Important
word. An attempt to amend by mak
ing the provision read "but only wher"
It can be done w Ithout SERIOUS Injury
to any of our home interest" etc., wn.t
voted down In the committee on Reso
lutions. The reciprocity contemplated
by the convention Is a reciprocity
wherein nothing is to ho yielded by
this country In a reclpiocal way.
Tliut Is not the reciprocity Mr.
Illalne had In mind. That Is not tho
xclproilty held In view in thu treaties
which President McKlnlfy negotiated
through Mr. Knsson. Tho Idea ha
been to concede something, to sacri
fice smnller Interests, perhaps, to sonm
extent for the sake of bigger Interests,
to arrange matterH so ns to open new
markets abroad, on the principle of
the greatest good to the greatest num
ber. Hut the convention says not
Nor Is it the reclproilty demanded
by the Republican platform of IS'jii.
which laid doivn tho principle upon I
which Mr. MrKlnley's Administration
proceeded to negotiate:
"Reciprocal agreements of mutual In
terest which gain open markets forms
lu leturn for our open markets 'to
No open market Is to be gained for
our products unless something Is con
ceded In return. The Idea of a one
sided reciprocity, all take nnd no give.
Is Inherently absurd.
Without regard to the soundness of
tho convention's platform In tho larg
er view of tariff policy. It was wrong
ly named. It was pot a reciprocity, hut
an antl-rcclproclty convention.
ME8SAGU AND HAWAII.
I Brooklyn Standard-Union.
Kour subjects of Importance) aro next
giouped together In the message. Tho
Picsldeut reconinicnda tho continued
exclusion of Chinese cheap labor, legis
lation that shall prevent the competi
tion of convict labor with free labor.
enactments to make moio ensy and
more general the observance of tho
eight-hour law nnd a morn thorough
inspection of Immigrants.
In the President's opinion, there la
general acquiescence In our present
tariff laws, yet he culls attention to the
fact that reciprocity Is the handmaiden
of protection, and points out that tin)
comity of nations as well ns our own
natural deslro for markets In vvhlcth tf.
dispose of our Biirphio pioducU de
mands less nbsohitu rigidity In our ta-
lift legislation. This should permit, he
thinks, of necessary adjustments In
cases where duties aro no longer ub
ccssary for protection and also In cases
vvhciu tho thing Imported Is not munu
factum! at all In this country,
Ily strung implication the President
recommends tho building up ot our
merchant mnrlno through subsldlis.
Careful reduction of tho Internal lev
enue, tho maintenance of (ho gold stan
dard and amendments to the lnterstntu
Commerce law, with tho purposo of
causing It to carry out more fully and
effectively the purposes for which It
was originally framed, arc recommend
ed to thu Congress.
A very considerable portion of tlm
message Is devoted to the pieservatlim
of our forests and tho Inlgatlnn of arid
lands. Ills historic writings nnd hi
own practical experiences In the far
West as a rancher have given the Pres
ident a vast fund of vnluablo Informa
tion on these two most Important sub
jects. It Is put forth, this special In
formation of tho President's, In very
attractive form In tho message nnd
villi well repay the most careful read
ing, Roth these vast Interests, so Im
portant to tho peoplo of the cntlro
country, should be, tho President
thinks, practically under the coatrol
of tho National Government.
Once moro touching Indirectly on tho
Chinese labor question, the President
holds that It Is not advisable to work
largo estates In Hawaii by Imported
'heap labor. Ho favora In that one of
our Island possessions tho American
DURING - THE - HOLIDAYS
- - OF TUB - -
l. R. I8UNHBR0, President.
UP - TO
V aallH. I i.. JTTSCntejLLRnTjKK I T A.
wyQy a iyi V
"JjiatalaW -" j
In Ktjly, clcjvnnt In flnlHh, llrht unci
cy running, nrc the lending clinr
iictci'lHtlcH of our vehicles. Neither
time nor cxpeimc In Hpnrcd In their
construction, unci the rcMiilt Ih iih fine
tind well hullt n line of vehicles mncle.
CBAS. F. HERRICK
I3 Merchant Ht.. next
THE GOLDEN RULE
Calls attention to the fact that his GREAT DIS
COUNT BOOK SALE will be over in a few
days, and those who desire to SAVE 20 PdR
CENT on books for Christmas presents
can do so only by making their selections
at once. We have re eived per S. S. "Sierra" a
number of NEW BOOK just published,
which are included in this sale. We have a : :
If you want them you c-in have them, as we will
not haggle over prices.
. A. MONTANA
and Millinery Parlors
H. F, DAVIDSON, MANAGER,
Arlington lilock, Motel fit.
PIIONB MAIN Jill.
EVERY DAY : :
we nrc nliowlng
Wood - -
" " Glass
not before display
ed in Honolulu.
C. I-. HERRICK, Mnniifter.
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Stiingcnvvnld Building.
VOC.UU DliNIGNK IN
Swell llalH, ArtlHtlc Gowns
Fine LhcIIch' FurnlHhlngH,
Chlldrcn'H Di-ckhcu, Import
cph of Curopcnn gnodM (no
All orilcpM receive prompt
attention, and courtcny
will be hliown to all cntj-tomcrti.
Wm. O. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, ! I T. H.
8an Francisco Agenti The Ne-!
rada National Dank of Ban Francisco. I
8an Francisco Tho Nevada Na
tional Dank of San Francisco.
London The Union Dank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Drcedner Dank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Dank I
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Dank of I
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made in
approved security. Commercial and I
TnlfAlAfa' fwlltH IflBiimt Tltfta r9 Xfl a. '
change bought and .old." -
itoiicGiionB rrompuy nccouruco ror.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking'
and Exchange Bu9inoM. !
Commercial nnd Travelers' I
Letters of Credit ianicd, available i
in all the principal cities of the t
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposits 7 day
notico 2 per cent, (tin? form will
not bear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for one month). 3 1
.. .. . "
months a per cent., 6 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 niontha 4 per cent
Pioneer Building and Loan
AS8ET8, JUNE So, 1C0I, $80,04347.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OKKICHR8 J. L. XIcLean, Presi
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vlco President:
C. H. Gray, Treasurer! A. V. Gear,
DIRHCTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear. C. H. Gray,
J. D. Holt. A. W. Kecch, J. A. Ly'.o,
Jr., J. M. Little, K. S. Doyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Office Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
BISHOP & CO.
.. ....Ravtncra nonnclrn wtll he I
received and tntcrrst allowed by the!
Hank at four and oao-huH per cent
41 ' iiuuitui) i
Printed copies of tho Rules and Reg -
millions may he obtained on appllca-'
Office at bank butldlnc on Merchant!
BISHOP ft CO
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subrcrlbcd Capital.... Yen 21,000,000
l'ald Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,610,000
IIHAD OKKICE, YOKOHAMA.
Tho Haul; buys nnd 'receives for col
lection Dills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
Kcncral banUlnn business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months 3(
For ,3 months :. 3
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill Ring Street
A Grocery Store
All tho necessary Ingredients
for makliiK that Chrlatmaa
Tho host rook In thn world
cannot mako a i:ood cako
from poor materials.
Wo havn a cholco, fresh
slock always on hand and
maintain thu hlKhust standard
of cxcHIcnu! at all times.
For tho bonuay trade wo
have Imported many now nov
cities In Christmas Orna
ments, Christmas , rees, Bon
Como In and look arouud
the storo wlulo shopping.
LEWIS & CO
LEADING GROCER 8.
240 Thre Telephones 240.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND B01D BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architect, Contractor! and Builder
Edward R. Swain'.
J. F. RILEY
Hoffman & Riley
Estimate. Furalshe J
P. O. Bol ite
Geo. W. Pago.
F. 6. Bos 771
BEARD8LEE A PAOE
Architects and Builders.
Office, Kooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu. T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimate! fur
nished on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDB.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen 5fc Robinson,
Queen BtroeL Honolulu.
. CONTRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDIR,
for brick and wooden bulldlnca, alat
offl" ,nd r,'.dne,T' ,312 QuMn
near Government building,
if. V. BBRTBLMAN'8
I Carpenter Shop
18 - .MOVED
i To rear of old stand. Entrance oa
King street. Orders left at either ahoa
1 .r "f10,1 John Nolt's ,tore. K,n
street. H1 receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealer.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Quean.
WM.unnlnaham. Jno. Schaefer.
Kukul 8t, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
I1 QUeen St.. nOtlOlUlU. M. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLfc.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
The puro Juice of the Kraoefnilt. The
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Bole agents for tho Territory ot Ha
waii. Offlce and Worka, 601 Fort 8L,
Honolulu, T, of H.
P. O. box 462. Island order solic
ited. THIS SPACt RE8ERVEO FOR
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
European and American Diy Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ta.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Street, Honolulu.
Primary. Secondary or Tertiary Hood Poison
rrraunllf ran. Th m U tmll u !. .,,
- trul;, II ; tn Uk. wnar;, foil, yuk
U Mill MkM U4 P.I.., Ha,.. rtkl ! 1H.
Wn Ttra.t, fUipUs C.Jfw Colons I.! VUm M
Cook Remedy Co.
1U1 uta TuBk,IU,usllL,b,rmftlb (.,"
IUI ilM.OOO. W IKMM,. H...V,
uU..nCUM.UI.LIl4v lOOtx 4 KrM.