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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 February 1901

V II r h 1 I CGHX F MAKING A CLOSE STUDY OF FREE CITY DELIYEBY California Press Pays Deputy ter Kcnake a Few Compliments-- JjAtTrue American Hustler." 5M In the course of his vis.t of inspection oti the const, Louls T. Kenake, tho popular and efficient postal official of this city is meeting with many favors from postmasters in the various clUos throughout California. Upon Mr. Kenake's arrival in Los Angelas a short time ago, tiie Times qf Uiat city devoted considerable space to tho object of his visit In a com plimentary vein, it says: Louis T. Kcnake, assistant post master of Honolulu, has arrived in Los Angeles and will be tho guest of Postmaster Inspector Flint "Despite tho Hawaiian appearance of the visitor's name, he is not a native, of the Far East Louis was a . South Carolina youth, who was early seized with the- fever of travel When tho opportunity came he not only scoured the United States, but the ocean as well, finally landing at Ho nolulu fifteen years ago. "Ho liked th...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 February 1901

i7. tsv - , t . w - A ' '. 3L .Si- .&SJ-- T f -IE ? W .& ,7 . C-7 v . -v TEH PIGES nt mriTi lUiii HONOLUDtJ REPUBLICAN. TEN PISES VOLUME H, NO. 221. aOXOLTJLTJ, H. T., SUNDAY, 1EBRTJARY 24, 1901 PBIJE 1YE CENTS 'It; t' v .r 1 ? h s 1' Tv COOPER IS EJECTED FROM m usurped posnw In Spite of Pretty Work by the Minority, the Secretary ;, Is Fired. Time of tlie House Was All Occupied With the i . Matter Cooper Only Yielded at the Invitation of the Ser , There was dead silence m the House of Representatives yesterday afternoon when the secretary of the House turned to Speaker Akina and announced that the body had decided by a vote of 20 to 9 that Territorial Secretary Cooper did not have the right to sit as a monitor on the proceedings and transactions of ihe Mouse and that under the provisions of the resolution ef Representative Beckley he was requested to remove himself from the floor together with his stenographer. . Cooper flushed to the eyes as he arose to speak before sentenc...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 February 1901

rf - h - s .--- " ts - jtt t " "Hirssf.A'i assess;? s"i- v . -. . "--. two THE HONOLLX17 REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 1901. 1 11 "" ' - - "- ' """ 0 j . V FT" (fBNTQasa i WiLii 4.11feTrisinrhinlUT of the passengers bronght ON'E Maul yesterday by JUe Kto&a was 0. F. Srhrsdar; die nrst mate on th American schooner Honnapo. The ir.sn Is charged win , having aasaolted a with a deadly weapon. While a Kahului the assaulted man had his s::rMor officer arrested for having t'i;ok him with an iron bar. The dtstnn magistrate heard the case, but dUml . it on the ground that, as the a&aitt occurred on board an American vi fcwel and not on shore, he liaJf t jurisdiction in the matter. Dissatisfied with this decision, the sailor it3e to Honolulu, swore out a'second warrant and had the man rearrested. Ills hearta will be heM before Judge Etw. Schrader will be allowed to pit an tomorrow morning. It Seems Strange. "We regret to learn that the S. S. American is baring snch a bad time disch...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 February 1901

. V ?. Y H, N, : f f ,, y ( G. SCHUMAN MERCHANT Between Fort and Alakea. -'v fikk -5; . . -, -S " '-.-K- , ; .e- ;au . -v. w. t 'i f -..' " -.JF: 3 w &"mse'tt &' .$' ,x THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24, ipor. . : 1 .y.':SV THREE. V r IS THE MOST SUCCESSFUL VEHICLE TiRE... IN THE w It outshines air other comparison, and is the ONLY SOLID RUBBER TIRE which ives universal satisfaction. We can fit this celebrated lire to any size wheel. G. SCHUMAN, PET 6FEftV HrlGrtLfVND pot all purposes fof uufciieh FLtULD JVIIIiK op bmY Ct?EflJV may be used. -- 10? "IS ALWAYS'FRESH. .', IT IS 'NOT AFFECTED -BY AGE, LIKE THAT OF SUGARED MILK. . . . ; - . immm msm go., m 632 Fort Street DISTRIBUTING AGENTS Then. H. Davies & Co.. Ltd. SCGAB FACTORS. IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERC ANDISE. X COMMISSION. MERCHANTS. AGENTS Canadian .Lloyds, British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co. .Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life). v j .? Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Pioneer Line of Packets fromIav...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 February 1901

- ' .T; - " 'f.fl(WV 'WiTO ' "? -I , - ; ." " . ' , " FOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24. ipor. THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Frilteaed Every Morning Except Moa- sy b tae Robt. Grieve Compiay. Limited. JDWIN S. GILL - EDITOR YELCPHONES. ' Beslnesa hn 213 Editorial Rovrra Main 123 Washington Bureau Post Building Entered at the Post Office at H. T, as second-o'a: malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier $ .75 One Year, by Mail S.00 Six Moivtir. by Mail 4.00 Three Lionths, oy Mall or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T FEB. Si. 1901. WEATHER. YESTERDAY. Men I Mtslmn KxtMm Ta irtar W wa. ' at p. m. : riateg. Mean & IVjtet tor imrta.' Mtua Ktttle HtHnWMj Tl- WlJfDS. isonrtme. riMrxi in rORIBDAST rOR TODJLT. (toot montms mm! ana mUmt. GOVERNOR DOLE THE MAN. It now transpires, as shown by Interviews with throo members of the Assembly published on another page, and by the statement given by Secretary Cooper to the Star, yesterday, that Governor Dole Is responsible for the Secret...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 February 1901

1 VI T Y V vl ! Vv- V .- "7 ves :a i. 3 V n V TK HONOLULU REPUBLTCAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY if, 1901. FIVE $k -V& ' T .A ions ana Society) IKE long looked for Mardi Gras ball Is ancient history, cu i m toll the tale. Perhaps some of the executive are more or less dead-Mrs. Graham la that doesn't count, for the grand success and every ball was a thing Is forgotten ana iorgen. snmo of the incidents of the ball ., mnr. or less amusing. It was rather tunny when the stranger In our gates this particular suans being Mr Barbour Lathrope was told innocently, of course, to address certain fair maskers oy name, by a lady occupying a prominent box. oa the floor; and when be took taevadvice so eagerly proffered and said, -Lilian, darling of my heart, at last I hare found theV and attempted to take the fair incog by the arm and she exclaimed. "Who are you?" "Bobby," said Barbour Lathrope, never at loss for a name. "Bobby, let us walk," etc., etc It was more than funny. It was de licious, and no o...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 February 1901

it I if m ' - A f "v ' UJ" - SIX THE SIIIIES OF TIE OIISW OF FIMOtS SHtt SOME CHANCE IDEAS THAT WERE WORTH THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS. Inspiration for Recent Fapwtar Swigs Supplied by Utile incidents in th Street Methods ef Graham, Dresser, ThsretsA and Others. Froa ta Ner Yark Sam. - "Have roa ever stopped to coaeider how seme rf eur most popular aeagsl come to be written 7 said a music publisher. "The subject is most Interest ing. Very few people know xactrrl bow some of the biggest hits were Inspired. "Song writing today Is quite an art-There are more publishers and more singers than In former years. You've got to have a hustle on or else you'll soon find out that you're not in the swim. At a rough estimate I think hundreds of songs are turned out every week in New York City alone. You've got to be up-to-date In your ideas and the song must be exceptionally clever before & publisher will take the trouble even to scan the manuscript. "Of course you remember poor Charlie Graham? No? ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 February 1901

A i t t WH y t 1 SL y r. SSHreSHSZSHSHSZHSHScHScSHSHScSBSTSScSSSESHSc At '- , Paint them with xvv av v3k v5r . r THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY: FEBRUARY 24, 1901. lt 3 1901 1 j DrFFBREXT ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FROM WEEK LOOKING FOR .YOMETIIIXG GOOD TO BAT. We have jnst received some fine lines of . TABLE PRUirS, VEGETABLES, Also a fall line of MEATS, EISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. GAME i Salter AWalty . Tel. 6S0. Orpheum Block. Grocers. CLOTHING- REDUCTIONS -0- YOU WILL NEVER HAVE A BETTER CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY EASIER THAN BY INVESTING IN A SUIT WHILE .THE PRICES ARE DOWN SO LOW. THE PRICES ARE DECIDEDLY "OFF." FINE CASHMERE, FINE CHEVIOT AND FINE WORSTED SUITS, FINE BECAUSE THEY ARE MADE OF DURABLE MATERIAL BY SKILLED WORKMEN, AND THERE IS NOT A SUIT IN THE LOT UNDER $12.50 in Value. Your Choice for $8.50 and $10.00 Also an Excellent Assortment of Boys' and Children's Suits at Very 4 Low Prices. THE HUB CLOTHING HOUSE, Hotel Street, near Fort. HflTS, OKPS HND FURNISHING GOODS Arabic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 February 1901

"I r? . .- o. v P-V.- .-- iA 1 ' r nttryw : -- v&trfpe -(- , sr -- v EIGHT $ THE,HOXOLIILIIlSEPtnKJGANSCXDAY, FEBRUARY V3f",'l!,'ii "MS---"? - ' &W,Wt$tS jV" V- i - UGGESTrOMS OFFERED Coallsaed from Page One. It Is obvious that no.one woald be able to perform the duties of this position as thoroughly without pay as It his jime and efforts were reasonably f I rfecommend that the beginning of 'the first biennial period of the be set for the first day of July. 3?01, and that appropriations he made accordingly. My reasons for this are: First the financial year of the government of the United States begins on the first day of Jnly of each year, under which rule our former practice of beginning the financial period on the first day of January, -could. If continued, be extremely Inconvenient and unsuitable for sereral reasons, particularly In the matter of statistics, and official reports to the Federal Government; second It would for obvious reasons, he an improvement In our syste...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 February 1901

K T i 1- - .- LADliUo ULiUTL, . -i F k- " . 7& Zr J tfQoooy&o&yxtQoottxooszgr l vwxx05JCWs o NEW DANCING SLIPPERS I An Immense iew Stock I THE SWELLEST STYLES !N I DANCING SLIPPERS EVER SHOWN: I White Sli; p rs, in kids and canvas; Ideal P.itentKids, I in one, tyo and three-strap; patent. leather " Dora I Delsarte" and "L'Pefite" Sandals gems of c beaut'; all new creations. LADIES! YOU J ABE ; MGlnerny's MxyC40CM&00OOCrCaCMX The Beautiful Toilets As well as many of the elaborate gowns and costumes which received such favorable comment at the Mardi Gras Carnival reflect crodlt upon our establishment OUR" iair - Dre5sii?5 Department Is complete In every detail, and our patrons receive the benefit of knowledge gained from the most popular ana up-to-date hair dressing establishments of the fashionable centers. gold and silver hair powder, mouches, rhinerstone ornaments, side andjancy combs, switches and masks always carried in stock. The M. E. Killean Go, Ltd. t i. Arlin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 February 1901

V I'm m s . , tk.Jrl. WiTr3 'Tf - MllWH"l - tin llifcJII' 's--. J - - " a- , i It V .. -, J f TEN' THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN; SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1901. flflHJJH HHB h H 1 H B H B B B B iH B 1 l .W k v 1 1 '"l b h & "BI B vAfl B FIRST SALE OF THESE LOTS ascatu official that the senate was organized and ready for the transaction of business. The secretary was instructed to notify the House that a committee from the Senate was ready to meet a committee from the House and wait upon the Governor. A recess was then taken until one o'clock to enable the committee to report to the Governor. The Governor's Message. The major portion of the afternoon session was given over to a consideration and reading of the message of Governor Dole to the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii. The document comprised about typewritten pages of manuscript, the text of which appears in today's Re- puDiican. iTinted estimates or ex penditures .from all departments of governmental service were served to tho ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 February 1901

. fi A LWWUPRWj mmMmmzm.i . " WZ zWf T 4'' t Tt V. - "& o- -v.- - r UA" A vV" -' t w . r, ..--' THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. COLTBfE II. NO. 222 HOKOLTTLTT. S. ? TUESDAY. 1EERUAKY 2G, 15K1 PfiXCE TVE CENTS 1 BECKLEY REQUESTS I HER TO RESIGN Lively Time in Afternoon Session of the House. RED HOT PASSAGE AT ARMS balance of the session was :deadly little progress-made. Independents Waver Upon the Consideration , of an Unimportant Question They Defeat a Matter of Procedure Robertson's Victory. Tho fourth day's session of the Houee of Representatives was one of extreme dullness until It vas nearly concluded and then came Jhe fire works Jn very large quantities. The mornlnc season mas so un eventful that evoral of tl' members tried hard to go to si kmi and many of thm wrote loiters to tJi:ir constitu ents at home on the 3u)'ec. of, "How It Feefe to Be a legislator." Thoy yawned through the long message of the Governor and really welcome! tlie motion to take a recess for luncheon. But It w...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 February 1901

. VS ;-. i - -i wr. ""M '? .. - .Y-- 5 -. '" 1 I r 1 o , THE HOXOEULXf REPUBLICANS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY a& 1901. xxdxs. sxrar jjtz waqm. nnAoyiiA flri HENRY M. WILUinS !3 13'-- I $51 - I : .3 rfMfUfssfv MIUXXUJ WW. ' !21si t ' J-. 5.- atl a I Ife hpessm Biiertiker if Imiiii JS Zi - el St S-! - 2 i5l TIME TABLE. .:, ;i wiLvii a MMirrniprrirM S? V - ocean steamers made port TWO morning -within an Jxour of each other. The first to comp la was the transport Sbendfan. bound for Manila, -with Mw soldiers of the Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh Infaatry. besides a large number of recruits and cabin passengers. Among these is Oscar F. Williams, United States Consul General to Singapore. His son and daughter arcwith him. Mrs. Bernard Moses, wife of Professor Moms, one of the Philippine Commissioners, is sailing to Manila to join her bosbaud. Captain Cr.mmins, son of the -well known New t'ork poli tician, and his bride, a society lady of San Francisco, are also on board, go 1rig to Manila, wh...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 February 1901

532 Fort Street Tiieo. H. Davies & Co.. Ltd. SUGAR FACTORS. G IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERC ANDISE. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AGENTS il Canadian .Lloyds, British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co. ' "Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life). - Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Pioneer Line of Packets from. Liverpop I NOTICE ! Bo not accept goods bearing a sluiLUt Base. THERE IS ONLY ONE . QREEST STSTER It is distilled by. W.XcCulloch, Oveosbot, Ky. "GSSX 3tIVEKM is is the official whiskey of the U: S.2vy Dept "GB.EEK KITES." whit-key was awarded the Gold Medal at tte Parse Exposition, 1900. Tor Sale ia All Saloons aa& hy W. C. PEACOCK J& CO., Ltd., Sole tk t.p "? f T' "i. -s T -Try" J ;- -;T t . -si " t 'CT'lVi?' ' f - "r. & " O ,5 f . .'--? -i- . s - .. -"' H-Y- 1 ' ' " i . .-- I T" . e 'SS r f "V, ft" "?. THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAKTUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, ipot. , St -V. THREKL SCHUMAN MERCHANT ST". Between Fort and Al&kea.- THE IS THE MOST SUCCESSFUL VEHICLE TIRE... r - - ,. ; ' IN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 February 1901

r PfWtjiuj SWSwnbji.. l''JF,JJpPs r IV "i FOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26; 190L THE HONOLULU kEPUBLlCAS. fhafellsbed Every Moraine Except Mea-y b ae Root. Grieve CoaipJay, limited. ZDWIX EL GILL - - EDITOR TELEPHONES. Business Ofllcw Main 218 Editorial Rocsw Main 123 Washington Bureau Pest Building Entered at the Post Office at H. T., as malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per. Month, by Carrier....- ? .75 One Year, by Mall S.00 Six Motxfc. by Mail 4.00 Three Months, by Mall or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, EL T., FEB. 26, l'JOl. DISGUSTING ROT. There is bo more gentle phrase that properly characterize the position of the family organ ia respect to the Intrusion of the Secretary of th Territory anoa the floor of the legislature. Here are a few iantences from Monday's Advertiser: The fact that President McKinloys appointee for Secretary of the Territory and his representative before the Logtatattire here Has been denied, not only the privilege of the legislative lloor, bat the stand...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 February 1901

u. fc r f r c - a. 'a .1 K f s ' !- "7-V " ' - '".''.- iwj ' v 'Ta.-' ---- .";'', " .'C t " -. K W y 5 THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1901. ZV Z!, X OEEMAN SALOP BEES 1901 DIFFERENT ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FROJf iHTEX LOOKING FOR SOMETHING GOOD TO BAT. t . Ve hare jast received some fine lines of . . - - TABLE PRUrrS, VEGETABLES, GAME Also a fall line of MEATS, FISE, Etc. suitable for lunches. Salter, A Waity, Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. CLOTHING REDUCTIONS YOU WILL NEVER HAVE A BET- f& TER CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY EASIER THAN- BY INVESTING IN A SUIT WHILE THE PRICES ARE DOWN SO LOW. THE PRICES ARE DECIDEDLY "OFF." FINE CASHMERE, FINE CHEVIOT AND FINE WORSTED SUITS, FINE BECAUSE THEY ARE MADE OF DURABLE MATERIAL BY SKILLED WORKMEN, AND THERE IS NOT A SUIT IN -THE LOT UNDER $12.50 in Value. Your Choice for $8.50 and $10.00 Also an Excellent Assortment of Boys' and Children's Suits at Very ,':c!SE5Hm3S5SSHH5B5E5Z5ZS25HSH525T2525BSH Paint them, with N ACCORDING TO THE R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 February 1901

"3" " - THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY,. FEBRUARY afvitjotr SIX IE UNEBIKD scud Continued from Page Ore. ncss that the chivalry of the men has come to the rescue of Christian 1 am glad that the people who stand for truth and righteousness In this city have raided to the support-and maintenance of a high standard of reverence for woman. "Of all the years of our travels about the world, -while perhaps at times meeting with slight rebuffs, the narallel of tne contemptible slander cast upon us and womankind by this J . it, i editor nas never uvuni ujcv After once more thanking her hearers. Miss Ackerman concluded her ad dress, and the meeting closed. JUSTICE BREWER DISCUSSES BQYERHHEHT BY PEOPLE Declares That Commercialism Will Never Be Allowed to Control in America Kansas Prohibition. NEW HAVEN. (Conn.). Feb. 1C Tn the course of his address to the iaidents of Yale University Justice David J. Brawer. of the $ United Status Supreme Court referring to the probJMUon laws of Kansas said: ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 February 1901

4 We f T" v &0p00900QOOOCQOOOOOOOQCOiXXOOC& K OUFr . NEW DANCING SLIPPERS T" An Immense Jiew Stock THESWELLEST STYLES IN DANCING SLIPPERS EVER SHOWN: White Slij prs. in kids and canvas; Ideal Patent-Kids, in one, two and three-strap; patent leather " Dora Delsarte" and "If Petite" Sandals-beauty ail new creations. LADIES! .OPENS ON MARCH 5. are especially prepared, to make order esrcliisire d.esigaas in. 1 $3 -IN- LADIES TAILOR-MADE SKIRio in black: and navy blue serge, ladies' cloth, camel's hair. LADllS' FAST BLACK Lisle Hose... Xxx Lace aaxd. IDropstitcla. 50c a jFaix. Of S.--4-V.,.. "'!' i. ? "...tr 4' .-'"- v : l--"1 ?" - .-. iCVI'i , " 7t. I rife.. -i .J. . M..A 3s. :(i . . y.L 'a ? t -Jr .- J -.-, - , .T . ' i,f! - "& -, S&J&SJ?- r ' - ,s - ?" lMEHONGLULtJ ! ,.. t. -' Jiiu " . 5p if a a & ip .. -gems of YOU DON'T 3NOW WHAT STYLES AP.E nntil yon t are inspected oar stock MGlrjsrny' s Shoe Store GOOOCKCOCXCXOCC THE: Theatrical Season Fine German Rugs 27s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 February 1901

i i ARGUMENTS III GILL BASE. (Continued from First Pago.) provalls. Under such conditions he did not believe the defendant had been granted a fair investigation of his case. Deputy Attorney General Cathcart closed the argument for the prosecu tion. He dwelt mainly upon the third. part of the plea in abatement which contends that the Court erred in ex cusing Jurors who had not asked to be excused. Mr. Cathcart pointed out It ' that tho common law, under whlcl the grand jury in Hawaii is summon cd. provided that twenty-four mer should do summoned and yet not more thnn twenty-three could sit on the jury. It also provided that the grand jury should consist of not less than twelve and the Organic Act had so amended this as to provide that the grand Jury should consist of not less than thirteen. He maintained that it rested within the power of the court to oxorcuse all of the venire excepting the necessary thirteen -whether they presented excuses or not That it was optionnl with tho court...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 February 1901

''. 1. f fS -O - J i r"; v s- l Tfr " -. J ," '-.. ,toS" ., 7 .,, r " r j jffi. ' . -, -V , -J ", i . 7, w. M V. " . ' i.3Cjwi..fi - " "5 4. - . " &i 4 -I "j "- THE UWAT REPUBLICAN 3l t i M W k X - m. j m 'J I J I OLUlfE II, XQ. 223 HONOLULU, B. H, 1TEDNESDAX 1'EBKUAEX 27. 1901 PRTTE yiYB CENTS 'WHAT IS 'THE DOTT OF CIISIISH PEOPLE Shall Those of Honolulu Tolerate Evils of Iwilei? ' REV. -CORY ASKS FROM THE PIILPIT MORAl. PEST HOUSE THAT IS AF- j w ? 4&, M 1?FECTING ,LIIiE" OF.EN. TIRE CITY. t Offcers of the Law. Violating Their Oaths of Office in Permitting This Awful Place to Exist Effect on Young. TU snil of the Rev. A. E. Cory at the Christian chttrch last Sunday nn Iwilei presented such strong ui( nis In favor of the abolition of that aMul plae Uiat It is herewith in fall: "ShaU the Christian people of He nolulu tolerate Iwilei?" la !& with the question. "Shall tl" ( hrittlan people of Honolulu tol Iwlleir I am dealing with om that I am aware is dividing the of the ...

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