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50R7 -?WflWBiPwf- M' m . I. WANT.-. SITUATIONS WAN'I'UD. 8ltnutlons and Help Wanted WANTED Young man desires situa tion on waiter, short order cook, I or storekeeper In hotel, refltaurnnt or steamer; fully etpoilcncccl, audi speaks Kngllsh, French and Spanish Mlilrcus S. A. Y Uulletln S09V1 w WANTED Refined, experienced girl wishes place an nurso or maid, best of references, willing to travel, 12. It, Uulletln office 2094 tf COOK Wants position In hotel or res tnurant, first-class and tapable; ref erences, and many years' experience Address L. A., this office L0S3 lw WANTED Situation as cool: In a first-class hotel or Institution Ad , uress I I-, this omce zrjz iw WANTED Position as watchman or porter, by a thoroughly reliable titan Address O. 3 , this office. 2091 lw WANTED Set of books to poit even ings; reasonable Address Y , this office. 7s 3t WANTED Capable young man de sires clerical position, lapld !-cu mas. and good bookkeeper Address 0.. Uulletln office. 2089 lw YOUNQ man, experienced bookkeeper or salesman, desires situation, best references i . -., this office. 2089 lw WANTED Coachman thoroughly un dtrstnnds care of horses, well rec orainendcd, wants position in pri vate family Address 1 ,, this office Ads In this column will be Inserted at: Per line, one Insertion . 15e Per tine, two Insertions 25c Per line, one week ...30c Per line, two weeks . . 40e Per line, one month. . . 60c This Is the cheapest advertising ver offered the people of Honolulu. SPECIAL, NOTICES. PIANO tnught, graduate l-lpalc Con Knator) 83 month, special atten tion adult beginners Address Mu sic, this office. 20'3 lm BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night watchmen furnished for bulldlugs, business propert) Dud lesldenies. Office and Residence, School St ; P O. llox 284. Tel White 3691 LET U8 DO your bookeeplng nud mnVin vtnir i rill,., tlnuM Satisfaction I enarantced Honda itlveii us si-cur I Ity. C. E. MOORE & CO, 10 Mcln FOn SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad tre Illotk 2D82 2W, dress It. M. Duncan, at Ilullotln of- 1 ' flee. 1991-tf SPECIAL NOTICE Uonds furnished ta any amount for the man holding i position as guardian iiostofllce oUl cl.-rf or any other position of trust. Honolulu Investment Co 2031 tf: NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union Express Co. has WHITE SAND TOR I SALE. 1543 .f , WANTED WANTED Everybody to know that the Canton Marine Insurance Co. I ofllto Is at Honolulu Investment Co. 2070 tf. WANTCD 500 pianos to tune Ad dress J. V. .tall. P (J. box 473 2092 lm WANTED 500 men to shave for loci Jeff's, 43 King St., five white bnr- Wrs. 2011 tf TO LET. TO LET Furnished fiont loom le duced to 89 month 53 Vlnt-ard St below Nuuanu 2095 tf TO LET Basement for storeroom En quire 158 Hotel St 2092-lw FOR RENT Cottage on South St., six rooms; modern Improvements; 817.50. Honolulu Investment Co, I Jiidd, Pldg. 2072 tf I lO LET Newly furnished rooms, Bln-j gie or en smie, nrsi class lame board, hot and cold water, electric lights, etc. 1270 lleretanla St. 2038 tf - BUSINESS DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS. P. DANSON KELLETT Attorney, Notnrr Public; marriage licenses. Room 11, Slagoon lildg F. M. BROOKS attorney; looms 9 10, Spreckcls bldg.; Tel. Slnln 314. CARL08 A. LONG Attorney: 15 Kaa humami St ; Tel. 181 Main J M. DAVIDSON Attorney at-Law, 1VS Kaahumanu St. GARDNER K. WILDER Attorney al low; Kaahumanu St. BROKERS. E. J. WALKER Coffee Uroker; room 4. Sprockets bldg. . BICYCLE REPAIRING. C. A. COWAN 11 8C Union. St.. Pacific Ulub: sundries, etc opp. BUILDERS. MCDONALD & LANGSTON Contract ors and Ilullders: llnK Union St. N. K. OTSUKA Contractor nud build er, carpenters and masons, excavat ing, filling and turning, stouo and brick; ballasting and cement walks; Itooui 4, Arlington Hotel, Tel. Stain 3X1. CLOTHIi.G. 'HE KASH CO, LTD. Two stores 23-27 Hotel St. and cor Fort & Hotel. CARRIAGES. PACIFIC VEHICLE 4 SUPPLY CO. Fine carriages, wagons, harness and whips; Derotaula near I'ort St, CIGAR8 AND TOBACCO. ELKS BUILDING, CIO Sillier Street. CONVEYANCING. CONVEYANCirsG Charges reason-' able. Room 10 SIcIntyre Ulock, ED. FREE. is canvasser, Apply to Jns dg. 20!U 2t WANTED referent T Tnylc i T. TO REN hot a Applj stree Jrnlshed room, private family , near Nininnu 7s tf TO LET Klegam Jiwle parlors K25 lleretanla, cot. Keeatimoku 2089-lin TO LET Furnished rooms, mosquito proof, suite, with Kitchen. 45 N. VIut)nrd, after 2pm 20S9 lw TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs. McCoanel's, Garden lane. 2055 tf TO LET Flvo room cottage off Val klkl road betwten Hopkins and Hlshop switch. Immediate posses sion. Apply Hnwn. Tramwavs of fice, Punnhou. 2064 tf TO LET Roomy bath tub, with either hot or cold water anu all modern Improvements, 'all at Silent Dar ter Shop. 2019 tf TO LET Cottages off L hool St. nr, Nuuanu, 815 and 817. On Insane Asylum road. 812 SO and 16.50. P, E. II. Strauch, 32 Campbell block. aiu i on t. 2051-zm FOR SALE. I FOR SALE New tiprignt piano, no uasonnbli offer refused Address X this office 2095 3w ' $150 Hujs family horse, phaeton and harness K C II, Uulletln 2029 tf FOR SALE Ixit 54 x 90 feet on lane Just off mnuka slilo of Vine) aril St near biidge. with a two-storied lodging house thueon, quite new and built at a cost of 81000. Apply to J. M Monsnrrat, Campbell blk. 2u92-lv FOR SALE Furniture of a six room house, reasonable. Address B. F. C, this office. 2093 tf FOR SALE New upright piano at half prlte. Address J this office. 20S9 lw FOR SALE line Jersey con; Just calved. Apply to Lewis & Co. 2078 tf F0R SALE Very old tnpa quilt, also fry old calabashes, some unpol cJ AddreBS Z , this office. 4s tf ROOM AND BOARD. HELEN'S COURT, also residence J. Stcluer Adams lane. Is open as a first i lass looming house airy and mosquito proof Honul If desired, Mrs J Uuggan. THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St.: nowly furnished rooms, mosquito proof; terms reasonable. 1930 tf LOST. LOST A chestnut filly, with largo unite star nnd stilpn, hinnd 3.,.'. Reward tin return to C. J McCarth) tor I'lll.ol and Young Sts 2091 ri -OST WATCH for. with irnhi ni l lege medal attnchul Return to l)r ' F i: Clark, Progitss block and re ' eclvo reward 7s-lw LOST .Many thousands of dollars through neglecting to havo stock siilllclcntly Insured Honolulu In vestment Co. represent four of tho strongest fire Insurance companies. 2051 tf FOUND. FOUND Insurance ngaliiBt tho break age of plato glass at The Honolulu Investment Co. 2051 tf FOUND A bay horse. College St. Enqulro 1711 20S9-1V StiWibe for the WKKKLY RU1 W-'TX, only l kt minum EXPRESS. MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY llethcl St., opp. Waverlcy blk,; Tel. , G21 Iiluo, pkgs. called for and dcl'd. C. A. SCHMIEDTE llaggigo oxpress , and drnvngc;; Tel. Whlto 921. ENGRAVERS. W. BEAK BAN E Caret engraving and stamping; room 2. J...to bldg. FRATERNAL. POLYNE8IA ENCAMPMENT NO. 1, I. O. O. F. meets first and third Fri day of eaih month Excelsior Hnlt. DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young Men's Institute, meets every second and fourth Wednesday In tho month. GROCERIES. HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281 Fort St., near Kukul tlrocerles, Fruits aud Tobaccos. J. E. GOEAS neretanla near Emma St.; Tel. 2J12 DIuc. S. J. SALTER Successor to Salter & Walty: 712 Fort St, Orpheum blk.; Tel. 081 Blue. DENTISTS. DR. ALBERT E. NICHw-S Dentist; 1154 Alnken St.; offlco hours, 9 to 4. DR. DERBY Fort and Hotel St.).; gas administered, painless extracting ENGINEER8. E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and electrical engineer: office1, 1313 Wil der Ave.: Tel. 3441 Uluo. HORSE-SHOEING. CITY 8HOEING SHOP J. W. SIcDon nld, Fort St.. opp. Club Stables. Weekly edition of the Bulletin 1 a year. HI3I Ads. will ' HARNESS AND SADDLERY. MANFQ. HARNESS CO. Corner Port and Kins Sts.; Tel. Math 228, P. O. box 322. CALIFORNIA HARNESS 8H0P Fort St., opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791. HOTELS. THE PACIFIC HOTEL UM Union St opposite l'nclflc Club Nowly furnished rooms, mosquito proof; electric lights, hot aud cold water; flrsl-r.nss table board. Mrs liana. Prop 2091 6m JEWELER. TH03. LINDSAY Mfg Jeweler and watchmaker; 630 Fort St.; Love bldg.; latest In novelties. LIQUORS. PRIMO DEER at tho PANTHEON SALOON. MESSENGER SERVICE. TERRITORIAL MESSENGER 8ER viut union st. nr. Hotoi.i Tel, 301 Main. MILLINERY. HAYVLEY'8 MILLINERY PARLORS The latest In millinery, otc; Doston Ding.; Tei. ztjt Main. MU3IC. ANNI8 MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal Instructor; "Mlgnon, 1024 Dereta nla St. ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB Music furnished; Mctropolo Ho tel, room 12, Alakca St. E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru ments; studio, Lovo bldg. Fort St. MANUFACTURERS. BYRNE & LIVINGSTONE Hop. Ame rican Slant s. Room 8 Progress blk ; Tel. Main 131. PHYSICIANS. DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear, Nose nnd moat; omce at Eye and Ear Infirm ary, Alakca St. Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. DR. FRED. W. HODQIN8 Evo. Ear. Noso and Throat only; offlco Alakca 8t lately occupied by Dr. Murray; offlco hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. KATHARINE J. MacKAY. M.D.. CM -520 Dcretanla Are.; Tel. Uluo 3551. DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248 lleretanla Ave.; Tel. UIuc 821. PLUMBING. ANTONE PILARE8 A CO. Plumbers and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani tary work. Sewer connections a specialty. Charges to suit tho times. Corner Miller and Punchbowl PAINTER AND PAPERHANQER. V. H. POULSEN fainting and paper hanging: Territory Stables, King St, REAL ESTAlE. JUDD & CO., LTD. Uulldlng lots nnd residences for saw; 307 Stangcn wnld bldg.; Tel. 223 Slain. M. G. SILVA Agent for real estate. niso to grant marrlago licenses 58 Merchant St.; Tel. Sfnln 115. 8ALOONs. PRIMO BEER Is good If It Is kept ngnt. Try it. t tno I'ANTHIX SALOON. STENOGRAPHERS. STENOGRAPHY and typewritlngncnt lv nnd ne rurately done at Hawaiian Hotel by .Miss Noble. STRAW HATS. E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St.. nr. Nu uanti. Felt, straw, punamn hats TAILORS. ALBERT BCRNDT Tailoring nnd ro pairing; Elks bldg, 616 Sillier St. WATCHMAKERS. J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and chronometer maker: 79 Merchant St. PERSONALS FROM II) Hllo, Slanh II. W. C. Ptiicock and J, (!. Hothwell were piibsingerH by tho Klnau. .Mr. Piatock Is the hend of tho well known firm of W .0, I'taiotk & Co, of Honolulu and Hllo. and this Is his first visit to Hllo for ninnv jears. 1th .Mr. ltothwtll, the muunger of tin business, Sir. Peacock visits Hllo to look over the Interests of the 111 in and It Is expeend that bonie aminciiituU will be niiiile duilng their htuj foi fu ture enlargement of tlje Hllo ho(tl I) E, Wilbou, (ouduttor tn 10 Hllo Itiilliond, Is it lulling out for the ba nana tinde and will ship lo the Coast by the bteaimr Entei prise Sir Wilson will buy fiom the glowers nud ship tu Ills brothers, J. It. and Janus Wilson. Sir. (!eu, representing tho Dipuit ii,ii-, ment of Public Works, came to thlB Island on the Klnnu and will Investl- gate thu norm damage and rtpoit to his office. Chester A. Doyle, special cillcer of the Honolulu Police Department. Is In straightening out klnkB. Tho Japanese at work on the Kona railroad and plantation are destitute and have received no pa) for Inhui, A "bread or blood" difficult) Is threaten ed. Philip Da like) has accepted the post. Hon of cleik at tho Hllo hotel succied Ing I.ukn I.elllond. N. C Wllfong goes to Honolulu to da) to attend a meeting of the IJu.ud of Equalization .lonu ii. tiiuimins nns wen imielc a knight commander of the Order of St. fireory the Clreat b) Pope l.eo Mil. ll.e m. chil Is conferred for rml In it- llglous and special nets of thnrlt) Tho order was founded b) Pope Or. - ory XVI, nnd carries with It the use jf. the title of sir. S iPv jU&jM H Decision of Following Is the full text of the unanimous finding of Judges Humph rejs, dear and Robinson In the case of Walter O. Smith, editor of the Pa ilflc Commercial Advertiser, cited for contempt of court. The affidavit filed In this caso seems to set out pretty fully all tho perti nent, material and relevant facts. Tho charge of contempt whether It be held to be a direct or Indirect contempt, a constructive contempt or a contempt committed In the face of the court. Is charged technically In apt and proper words. On behalf of respondent It Is con tended that this court Is without tho power which ordinarily Inheres In nil courts of record to protect themselves and tn prevent the obstruction, cm barrassment nnd hindrance of the duo and orderly administration of Justice. Ihls contention Is made under tli net of 1888. see chapter 42, Laws of 1888, which provides, section 1, that "the publication of the proceedings before any court or Judgo Bhall not bo deemed to be contempt, nor shall such publication be punishable for con' tempt." Section 2, Constructive con tempts Bhalt not be punishable as such." Wp are of the opinion that sectloV 1 and section 2 of tho Act of 1SRS must be construed together unuer fhe fa miliar principle of law that stntutcs In pari materia must be construed as a whole. The constructive contempts which nre declared not to be punish able as such In section 2 of the Act of 1SS8 niuuiffstlv refers to section 1 of the snmo act. which declares thnt the publication of the proceedings before tiny court shall not be punishable as contempt. The right then to publish prcoeed. Ings of a com t truthful and fair pro ceedlngs the truthful and fair report of tho proceedings of the court, sub stantial!) accurate reports, Is a right which' fs expresslv given to the citizen by the laws of this Terrltorj, nnd It Is a right which this court cannot in fringe upon even If It were so disposed. Hut this right Is limited to a substnn tlal, nc curate publication of the pro ceedings, and where tho publication does not consist or purpoit to consist of a publication of the proceedings, but consists of Invention nnd of false hood, ealfulntid to tiling the courts Into tMlum, hatred ridicule and con tempt, theieh) enibnirasMng the Influ ence of the courts, obstructing nud im peding, embarrassing and hindering tho administration of Justice, It Is a contempt, nnd punishable as such un der our laws. Now, In the Stnti against the lice Publishing Company, I.awjers' lie ports Annotated, volume 50. page 197, It appeared that the publication was made with referento to n pending case The editor of the paper was cited to show cause In thnt proceeding why he should not bo dealt with aB and for n contempt of court. Ho appeared In court by counsel nnd defended the ac tion against him upon the grounds that "no disrespect to the court or to uny member of the court was Intended, that the case of the State vs. Srajth was not pending; thnt tho public n- uons were mnue witn good motives, nnd were not calculate il to obstruct the due administration of Justice1." The Kennedy e-nso was pi nillng. Of thnt, said the com t. we have Judicial knowl edge, nud tho defendant must surely have known that the ease was In court and undetermined, foi It appears that the attorney for lospondentB brought his brief to .Mr. Hosevvntcr's office and that the article headed "Worth) of Se rious Consideration," Immediately to). Ion til a meeting between the editor and tho law)ci. The defendant In this caBe has not taken the stand. Ho personally has .... .... . . "''" unuer ins corporeal oatn in ""' l,Ion of Ib court that he hud no knowledge of the pendency of the enso of tho Territory of Hawaii against .Mc Cm thy. Tho ropy of his paper ' wlitch contains tho contemptuous car- toon In question also contains, In nn other column, a notice of the fact that tills ,n In ,n,iii,r nmi ti,. a 1,1... his case, Is pending, and that a Jury had been sworn In tho cnuSo for tho purpose of tr)Ing It, Thu first and third def uses nrn puc - illu; they amount to n denial that tho defendant Intended Jo violate the law. Under tho ennredid fnctB tho course pursued by lilin was Indefensible. Ills conduit Is not susceptible of an Inno cent 01 honorable constitution. Tho statuto cicilnus that nny wilful nt- f tempt to obstruct tho proceedings or ,,ndei thu duo administration of Ins. , , M pl0C0lMllg8 ()r ' ,1"" " , b . . , . ," onstitute a criminal contempt and bo p.iiusiieii as Biieu This statuto Is mcrMy declaratory of the law as It has existed for htm- dreds of )ears It Is a legislative rec- ognltlon of the authorltv of the courts to deal In n summary manner with nirmiiiH who iln nnv wanlnn .lulll,,,,-. persons who do any wan on, le Iber- nto or Intentlonnl act calculated to embairass thtm m the discharge ot United States CIRCUIT JUDGES In Case of Editor Smith their Impoitant duties In the hUtory of American Jurisprudence there can be found no ease In which this power hns been harshl) or oppressively ex ercised b) n court of final Jurisdiction Indeed, suth courts have not often caned publishers to account for con structive) contempts, because it has rarely happened that a respectable public Journnl wielding any consider able Influence has deliberately employ ed outlaw mtthods In attempting to control Judicial action. Cases of this kind originating In the lower courts nre verv numerous. Wo will not take the time to clto them or an) of them. Hut as was said by the Supreme Court of Iowa In the, case of Field against Thorncll, fi)C Iowa, page l.". It seldom happens tnat an honor able Journalist so far forgets his self respect ns to trespass upon the rights of the Judlclar), or to seek to control or Improperl) Influence Its conclusions We have, of course, no dcslru to re strnln In the slightest degree tho ftec t'oni of the press, oi to maintain tho dignity of the court b) lulllttlng pen alties on those who may assail us with defamntor) and mnllcloiis publl cations. Our decisions and all our of ficial actions nre public property, and the press nnd people havo the un doubted right to comment on them, i.nd criticize them nnd censuro them as the) see fit. Judicial off Iters, Ilka other public servants, must answer for their official actions before tho chan cery of public opinion; they must make good their claims to popular es tetm by excellence and by virtue, by faithful and efficient servlco, nnd by righteous conduct. Hut while we Con rede to the press the right to criticize freely our decisions when made. w den) to any Individual or to any class of men a right to subject us to any form of coercion with tho view of af fecting our Judgment In a pending rase In the Iown enso nliovo cited It Is said' Cotiits aic constantly parsing on questions affecting the life and llbut) of the citizen ns well as ie rights nf propel ty, and tho fre dc in of tho Judltlnry to Investigate aid decide. Is quite ns Important to tli' well being of soclct) as tho frfie dun. of the press. ".Men, ' said one whj knew them well, "nre flesh and blood, and nppreheiislve" Few stand hi.movrd b) the clamor of the multl tu le. Vniioiis motives, of course con fcphe to mnke people 1U41)' nnd even to dlpguli from themselves tho fact that tiny nie amenable In nnj degree to the force- of popular opinion Uut It Is foil) to deceive ourselves, It Is futile to attempt to deceive others Threats public clamor have befoie now nwaied the Judgments mid flxtd the purpose of resolute men, and It will be well ta remcmbi r thnt w hnt has happened ma occur iignlu. .Men have In the pa-t yielded to the demands of un ungr) populace, and It Is quite rosslbl 'hat the) ma) yield again Moral fibre Ij not stronger now than It over was Le fore. Courts aie ehaiged with bfl solemn. sacred and high function of ad ministering Justice, and It Is their duty, not onl) to give tu ever) suitor his ile mnndahlc right, but to glvo him in surance that no banned und hostile in fluence shall operate against him Ulle his cause Is under consideration befjr the court nud before the Jury. A liti gant Is entitled not only to a Just deci sion altogether free from coercion or suspicion of coercion. Nothing else will satlsh him. nothine less .an hip the meiiBUic of his expectations. He1 has no utundaul with which to gauge "adjudged guilt) of contempt ot cour. Judlil.it firmness; und If the eouit has a 8?t fortl ln thc affdavlt, and )on been exposed to Influences tultulatei1, ire sentenced to Imprisonment In Oihu ns In the .McCarthy ense, to tell ngnlns'. Jli.fr the period of thirty da)t, wltb hlm, he will not know- whether 1111 .",! out luul1 lal'01 " verse decision Is the volte of the la.i Admission of Respondent. or the er) nf n c oh 111 illy and 'mi Lit' ""tor. Our views upon this matter me well expiessed In the following excerpt from the opinion of Judge Law 11 m In the People against Wilson, lit ll'lmilv ' nSl?S UTt' "A r-niirt ultl nf , nilt-UK tn- deliver to icmnln wholl) iinlnllucncel and unprejudiced by pubU atlons like that under consideration, hut will the communlt) believe that It s uhle tfl do so? Can It tven be ceitali 111 rt - gard to Itself? Can men nlnion ba certain of thtlr mental poise A tlnld man might be Influenced to )ehl, while ii AAim I fi ) I ft a tivn i ti1.1 I... 1.1...... t.. "'"; " " '- it nun in , ,n,, opp0sIt, uirt-ctlon. Whllo Iho nc- utnl Influences ure on ono side or the other, so far as It Is ftlt nt all It oe - ( comes diuigeiuus to the odinlnlstintloii of Justice. Klin If a court Is happily composed of nun of mature veins ,in! of such firm and equal temper thnt th, remain wholly iiuliiliiuiiied In i Ithor dlicctlou., ncieithclibs, a dlstuibln,-; Inline nee has been thiii.in Into the counsel chamber whuh it Is tho wise pyllc) of the law to exiltula" Equall) ptltlnent are tho lemnrka of Judgo Kill"". Ill People tx lei Ceinnoi vs. Staple ton. 18 Colorado. 5CS. Judges are human, the) nre possesst.l of human fctllngs. nnd when nccutntlous aio nilWU,y IimUc 118 by ntMll.Mll., ,. l.'ele ehuglng thim dlie,-y en Hull mil) w'th dlshonoiabh rondtiit pid 'J1'""' to he determined, It a ltie to 21 v 'r"'s ,lll 'im! not ue "nihil ransc-d In '),,,r lursiuerauon mm i-j-ciiiiiiiiiiior. of w"h "",su , T"ey ,"' "' J the dlsehnrgo of theli dullc. according to the nature of the .harges and the source from which such tiiuges em- anate. When a Judge tries and deter mines a cause In connection with which public charges against his Judi cial Integrity have ben ,iuilUhcd, the public as well as parties intercpte I are titqucntly led by the plbllcntlon of the charges to distrust tti) honesty and 'nrJrtlallty of the decision, nnd thus cotfldence In the admlnltstiatlon oC J'lMlfE Is Impaired. It Is 1101 onl' Important that the trial of causer, shall to .tupartlal, and that .ho decisions nf iho courts shall be Just, hut It U 1 11 portant that causes shall L" tiled and Judgments rendered without bias, with out prejudice or Improper Influents of any kind. It Is not mrclv n. private wrong against the rights of litigants and against the rights of Judges, It Is a public wrong, a crime against the State, against tho decent and good order of soclet). Thnt a rarty does not succeed In such undertaking which he manifestly Intends lessens Ills oflcnsn only In degree. Ills ability to do harm Is confined, it Is limited b) the t-.inwn personal weaknesses of the wilter ot such articles, and the cont'Mrpt into which they generally bring him. Wo feel quite sure that the publications here In question have not In the Riast deterred us from discharging with fidelity our duty In the rase at bar. They wer manifestly Intended to over awe and Intimidate this court, they appearing to bo put forth for the pui pose of preventing a decision by the Jury In favor of the defenJant. They were under the circumstances palpatio acts of Journalistic lawlessness and anarchy, tnlculated to weaken the In dependence of the court and to destroy confidence In Its Judgment. To Justify them Is to den) the supremacy of the law, and to answer the doctrine of newspaper absolutism under the guise of a frc press. To admit that publish ers may promote their Interests In penning litigation by resorting to methods not available to others. Is to strike down our much vaunted prlncl pie of "equallt) before the law," and to declare that Journalists who choose to become malefactors are a privilege I class, and entitled ns such to go un- whipped of Juitlcc Hut the law rec ognizee no such distinction; It never has recognized It It accords to pub lishers sa)s Chancellor Wallworth. no rights hut such as are common to all. The) have Just the same rights us the rest of the community have, no more nnd no less A man who speaks In a newspaper has no greater right Ihau ho who speaks out of It. A newspaper Is no sanctuary behind which a person can shield himself for breaking tno solemn laws of the land. We have not acted In this case out of any spirit ot tjpentment: Indeed, we have no rcison to feel specially aggrieved. The natural tendency of the article Is, however and the cartoon Is to Interfere with unci obstruct the due administration of Jus tlce of this court It Is tli, unanimous opinion of the Judges of this court that tho defendant should be held guilt) as charged In the complaint herein, W. O Smith. In answer to the ic marks of the court, said that there was no necesslt) for a further showing on tnc Prt ot the responden' , that .1 sworn retuin had been mad- in which personal knowledge was disclaimed, and that the cartoon related to the flrrt trial a rase In which the decision had already been given , Judge Clear replied that till contenpt was not a constructive one, nnd that that statute did not apply to written or spoken, words, and consequcn'ly tho defendant could not be putged of the rontempt. He said he would consl lor the disclaimer of personal knowled; on the part of Sir. Smith In mitigation of sentence In concluding Judge Ooar 3al'' "It U therefoie the Judgment of this court that )ou be and )ou are hereby Judge Humphrey, upon the leading ' of the return and answer of respondent before the taking of evidence. 1 ad sal.l to respondents counsel: "I notice In )our answer that you cxnrpeslv re'r.iln (mm ,!Unlil.i,ltm nn In.nntlnnil ,,dnnl .llaKnan. ... .I. presiding Judge of this coutt. Is that Intentional 01 Inadvertent?" Attorney W .0. Smith replied that II was Intentional, and then Inquired who ,was hearing the case, stating that he understood Judge Gear to be presiding, Judge Oear lepllea that all three Judges were sitting together. dit. w . ... . "as iar as iam concernea, )ou w govern )ourself according.)," sal.l Judge Humplue)s. i "V'e have tried to treat the court with respect." returned Mr. Smith, "Tho couit demands bucIi' treatment ns a right, and not as a privilege." said Judge Humphrc)s. "I treat the couit with rwpect, ind J demand the same treatment from tli court," replied Sir. Smith. The police rifle teams are to have their hands full for the uext few weeks. They have received chnllenires from the guards at Oahu Jail and from other parties The mounted patrolmen have challenged the team that was captained b " sueM KmS h the mutch shot a week ago. Not satis fled with all this, It Is now the Inten- tlon of the police to challenge somo ot tho National Guard teams . An Injunction has been granted re- "iibiiiiiib nie ua piu j ransu company from continuing the extension of Its road acres the Sun Kwock Slnti plan- tatlon In the MiCully tract . BY AUTHORITY IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THU TERRITORY OF HAWAII-Octo ber Term, 1901. Amendment of Itulo I Rule 4 of the Supremo Court Is amended so as lb read as follows: 4. Transcript of Evidence. A suitable book shall be kept In tho office ot the clerk of tho Supremo Court In which any party, In person or by attorney, desiring for uso on ap peal, error or exceptions a transcript of tho notes of cvldenco taken by n court stenographer In any case, may, after verdict or decision, enter his name, the nnme of tho party ho repre sents, the title of tho case, tho date ot entry, nnd the name of the stenogra pher. The clerk shall forthwith glvo notlco of such entry to the stenographer who took tho notes of evidence In tho case. The stenographer Bhall mako nnd furnish the transcript with all reason able dispatch In the order of such no tice unless otherwise directed by a Justice of tho Supremo Sourt or a Judge of a Circuit Court, and shall note on the transcript too dato upon which It Is furnished or tendered nnd the name of the person to whom It Is furnished or tendered; provided, how ever, that In cases In which the ste nographer Is entitled to pa)ment for such transcript, ho may wlthlu flvo da) s after receiving such notice re quest In writing tho party or his attor ney, who made tho entry, to deposit cash, or furnish security, within ten da) a after such request, sufficient to cover the cost of such transcript, and unless such request Is compiled with within such time, such entry and no tice will be of no effect and tho ste nographer need not mako such trans crlpt; nnd provided further that after the stenographer shall havo made any such transcript for whlth ho Is en titled to payment ho need not furnish tho same until paid for. In case a party. In person or by at torney, desires to make or procure n transcript or copy of tho evldcnco with out tho aid of the court stenographer for use on appeal, error or exceptions, ho shall obtain from a Circuit Judge leave to file within a specified time such transcript or copy. Unless such entry Is mado or such leave Is obtained within ten days after the filing of the notice of appeal, or the writ of error or bill of exceptions, nnd unless such transcript or copy of cvldenco Is filed within ten da) a after It Is tendered by n court stenographer or within the specified time when pro cured without the aid of a court ste nographer, such transcript or copy of evidence will not be considered by tho Supreme Court upon such appeal, error or oxcepttons, Uy the Court: HENRY SMITH. Clerk. Honolulu, T. H., Starch 12. 1902. 2093-lw Albert Raas FINANCIAL AGENT. STOCK AND BOND BROKER. MEMBER OF HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGE. 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