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THE EVENING BULLETIN : HtCIVJU I). J. AUGUST 11, 16D9.
fiblU!ie4 Every Day, txctpl Sunday, t tie Kin
itiett, Honolulu, II. I., by th
wLLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. TARRINGTON.
. City Editor
MONDAY, AUG. 11, 1891).
Soafi of Hie Columbia crow Wo
don't cure if slip uver comes baok
Tho next thing wo know Mr.
D unon will be cjnderauod for
troatitid bis Italtnn laborers with
too much considptHtion.
Ki:n' thoueaail JripuncBO labor
ers during Ibo next qunrtorl They
can dig, they can work, they enn
fcnw eauo but be goira they can't
Algor, the eovoroiRU citiz u,
finlu Hint he is junt ns good ns any
one else. This might diacourngo
loa persistent citizen in seeking
further ripping to pieces nt tlio
hands of the poople hb United
fc't ,tiB Senator.
Although thi'to aio many vacnn-ci.-H
in tho rauks of tho rotnrning
Yo'utiteein, the losses are not heavy
wheu corai nrtd W',H previous war
history of tho natiou. Few regi
monts of vo'unteors or regulars
havo over coins home in better
Now that the Government mills
h ivo begun to grind it is to ba
hoped the oQiciuls will tum on
plenty of steam. Thero is plenty
of work to bo done, work that
need not wait for instructions
fioni Washington to secure uptody
The inonkoy editorial comments
oi the labor situation given by
our esteemed morning contempor
ary are highly edifyiug, and
b'iouUI be given a place in tho
H'torical Societyldocumenls as a
dimonstration of "'what fools those
mo-t .Is I)"."
Notwithstanding the llawaiinu
villngo of tho Omaha Midw.iy is
not representative of the Hawaii of
to lay, it seems to bo one of the
greatest drawing cards among the
cVeb-peuuy schemes of tho expo
sitiuu. So tho people are amused
it doesn't make much difference.
Tho fracas between tho police
and tho military on Friday brings
up memories of what might have
hoppened had Attorney -General
Smith carried out the scheme of
having Gen. King's soldiers, who
wore brought up in the Police
Court, sent to the reef. When
the provost guird is out tbo police
or American cities very properly
allow it full swine.
gi:n. kwku n. oTis.
After sifting tho various reports
from the Philippines tho
greatest fault to bo found
with General Otis is his
apparent desire to personally at
tend to too many thin gs at once.
As Governor-General of the Phil
ippines he is making tho same
mistake that AJger did in tho
War Department of failing to
give tho fiild officers full
Bwiug. In attending to the civil
government of Manila and tho
geueral reorganisation in portions
of the Philippines whoro Ameri
can rule is not opposed, Otis has
enough on his hands to occupy
o io good rnuu'ri individual utten
tiou. Otis, w Iiosh attontion to
detail has always been a worked
featuro of his career, assumes also
tho detail of diluting the men in
tliu Q Id, allowing comparatively
lit Io u. ed'ini of action to tho
division oillcern, whoso dupuoit)
for planning mid otrrying out a
campaign is unq lostiouod.
The fiiilim nf Ui'iinriil Chin to
nppnirnn tho lighting linn Is duo
to no lack of a in ratio or of ability
to do good work should ho onco
got thurujhis ilijlitiug record Is too
w 1 known to raiso any doubt on
tuisscoro. ThosEoretof hisfailuro
to accomplish all that tho peoplo
otpeot is tho Governor Gon
o id's endoavor to accomplish too
much with a small working force.
H- is overworking himself; even
the correspondents who condemn
him admit that Otis is hard at
work on nn nvorago of noarly
eighteen hours a day.
Liko more than ono govern
ment official, Otis is being con
demned fordoing work that ho
miyht better placo in tho hands of
others, work that ho need not, and
is not asked to do. The people do
mt stop to consider honesty of in
tention; they look only for results.
If, as iB predicted, Secretary Root
demands that Otis givo his atteu
tion oither to the civil govornment
or the direction of the troops, it is
ronsonnblo to believe that tho do
sired result of speedily ending thr
opposition to Amorican arms will
THE RACES AT KAHULUI
There was a spocial raco moot
ing at Kahilui, Maui, on Saturday
under tho auspices of the Maui
llacing Association. Thoro was
a ratbor slim attondanco owing to
tho fact that the plantations did
not shut down for the day.
Tho mooting was called with the
expectation that Managers Lowry
tind Wells would doclaro a holi
day, they having given that im
pression at tuo mooting of the
Association on the Fourth of July.
The ovents and winnors wore as
Kulu Purse, $50. Running
raco, milo dash. Free for all
ponies, 11 hands and under. Won
bp Paia Girl, owned by J. Nuues.
Tirao, 57 2-5.
Kihei Purso, 150. Trotting
and pacing to harness. 1 milo
heats; best 2 in 3. 2:40 class.
Won in two straight heats by
Ohas S; owner, U. L. English.
Time, 2:42J, 2:32.
Spreckelsvillo Purso, S100.
Running raoe. One milo dash.
Freo for all. Won by Red Piko:
ownor Loi Ilima stables. Time
Waikapu Purse, 876. Running
mce, 'i mile dash. Freo for all
Hawaiian-bred horses. Won by
Hilly 0.; owner, Loi Ilima stables.
Time, 1 :2G 1-5.
Eahului Purse, S50. Running
race, J milo dash; freo for all.
Won by Red Pike. Time, 20 4 5.
Wailuku Pnrse, S50. Maiden
race. Running race. J milo
dash. Free for all maidens. Won
by Peter; owner, W. Edmonds.
Time, 22 3-5.
Entrios in the foot race, 200
yards, wore Crooks, Sakaloia, asd
Al. Mooro, Honolulu. Tuny
carao in in the above order.
Oronks also won tho 100 yards
dash. Thero was a $25 purse in
Ths Wailuku Purso should
really have gone to Waiohuli Boy
instead of Peter. The start was a
fine ono, but tho starter was not
attending to business, but talking
to some one, and ueglooted to
drop tho flag. Tho horses had
gotten half way rouud buforo tho
bell was rung in the judges stand,
so that the jockies didn't hear it,
and inado tho finish to the race,
Waiohuli Coy coming in well
ahead. He did not have the on
durancoofPoter,howovor, so when
the raco was run ovor the lattor
Tho judges were Sam Parker,
Dicky Davis, and .
Tho report of Wrav Tavlor on
tho Italians at Moanalua was road
at tbo meptiug of the Exeorftivo
Uouucil tins morning bnt no ac
tion was takon.
"A study of tbo child" is tho
subject of Mr. John Dewey's
leuture in the university exteusion
course, Tuesday evening, August
15, in the High School building.
Iu tho Policb Court this fore
noon Loo Tit was fined $50 aud
costs on tho ohargo of unlawful
possession of opium; and Ah Heo
win fined $15 and costs on the
ohargo of gambling.
A movement is on baud to stait
a Jewish synagogue horn, A. M.
MelliH is tho head man. Tbo move
ment is tho nutcoino of tho recom
iiiundatioiiH mid encouragement of
ilabbi Levy when horo not long
GEMS AND GEMLET8.
Gerald: "Mv father left all Ills monev
to a school for Idiots."
Geraldlne: "Tlioueht of vou till the
last, didn't he?"
"My wire," said a business man, "In
sisted upon my riding a Sterling bicycle.
She said there oiieht to be as little trouble
around our home as possible, anil she has
learned from experience that the Sterling
bicycle causes no trouble."
Bicycle Girl (to Sing Sing): "Poor fel
lowl You say you were put here for
Fire Bug (a prisoner): "Yes, lady.
S'hellup me craclous! der goots vas hardly
"Well, yes," said the modest racing
Manoa Wonder, "with my new 1809 Sterl
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ever. Several tests have shown It to be
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Mrs. Wheeler: "What I Your mother
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Bobby Bike: "Not'zackly. Her bloom
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Take It to the Pacific Cycle & M'f'g Co.
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Bishop Goodfellow: "Bo you think
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ludge Sharpley: "Sir, I drew It: and I
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