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THE EVENING BULLETIN:. HONOLULU, H. 1., THURSDAY, OCTOBER n, 1900.
Published Every Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of H., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
WALLACE II. FAHMNOTON ..Editor
DANIEL LOOAN Ctty Editor
Entered At the Post Office at Hono
lulu ns second class matter.
Per month, anywhere In U. S. ..$ .75
Per year .00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably in advance.
Post Office Box 71S
Thl'KSDAY OCTOUEK 11, 1900.
, FOR PRESIDENT,
FOR DELEQATE TO CONQRESS,
Clarence L. Crabbe,
W. C. Achl,
George R. Carter.
A. G. M. Robertson,
J. W. Keikl,
A. F. Gllfillan,
Wm. H. Hoogs,
L. L. McCandless,
J. L Kaulukou,
L. J. McCabe,
H. R. Hitchcock,
W. J. Coelho.
filing the Decisions
Editor Evening Bulletin: In you
Issuo of yesterday reference was made
to the Edwards decision recently fllel
In the Supreme Court, adding that the
same were ready but held back ever
since August. Ab that statement does
not bear out the facts and befng a
sort of Insinuation on Chief Justice
Frcar who dissented from the majority
of the court, permit me to state that
the majority opinion was not type
written until a little before the open
ing of the September term of court
which lasted three weeks. As the Jtn-
tlccs had to be on the bench during all
that time, It wns Impossible to have the
dissenting opinion In shape until after
the adjournment of court. Further
more, It Is customary to file the major
ity and minority opinions concurrent
ly, and there was no Immediate huriy
for filing the one before the other for
the reason that the prisoner, whose
liberty was involved, wns already giv
en his liberty. Ills being previously
released, was In consideration of t.1J
lngth of time It would take to formu
late both opinions. Thanking you for
this s;ace. II. S,
The Pacific Hardware Co.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Goods for the household, for the plumber, for contractors.
, . . . .builders and .carpenters.. .
"New line of Staple Articles have been brought here by
the Australia, Geo. Curtis, Alden Besse, Irmgard, Rosamond
and W. H. Dimond. which are now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary Plumbing Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, lA to 4 inches.
OUR TROOPS WITHDRAWN
(Associated Iress Special.)
Washington, Oct. 4. In accordance
with the instructions received from the
War Department, General MacArthur,
commanding the troops In the Philip
pines, has made arrangements for the
prompt transportation from Tnku to
Manila of the United States forces at
Tien Tsln and Peking, not Included In
the "legation guard" to be maintained
at I'cklng under the personal command
of General Chaffee. Nearly 4,000 trooj.8
are to be withdrawn Immediately fro.n
Chinese territory and transferred to the
Philippines. Four large transports havo
been assigned to the work of trans
rortlng the troops from Taku to Ma
nila. These are tho Warren, with ca
pacity of 1100; the Sumner, with n ca
lacity of 70; the Indiana, with a ca
1 aclty of 900 nnd the Oaronne, with a
cipaclty of 950.
Word was- received at the War Pe-
lartment today that the Indiana has
sailed from Manila to Taku. The oth
er three transports are either at the
Chinese port or In the Immediate vi
cinity. There are also twoor three
large freight boats available for the
transportation of the henvy arms and
artillery and the horses nnd equipment
of the cavalry and Infantry.
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
i Transcendent Light
tlCSl LlglH IU1UWM
to science and tin
ARCH LIGHTS for indoor and! Out
Installed on short notice for Lawn Parties Luaus'or lHalls.
Lights Rented by Month.
1500 op 500 Candle Power.
I WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
1 C. W. MACFARLANB, Manager.
Storcss Fort Kins and BetheI sts-
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver al( goods
purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
selection Jo those known to the firm, or whb will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco..
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Market O Pont 8ts., 6. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New York City, and are
prepared to (umlsh special delgn.
"W. "W. TKTieiGKE-XT
Carriage Maker ,
Painting, Blncksmithing, Trimming.
Phaetons, Bnggics and Hacks Manufactured.
INDEPENDENCE THAT 18 CHAUS
"To raise Hell generally."
This stems to be the single plank and
only platform on which the Wilcox pat
ty otherwise known as tho Indepen
dents appeal to the voters of these UI
ands. The expression lacks refinement
to the same degree that the course of
the Independent leaders as outlined 'it
their final condition displays good
At Its first convention held In this
city the independent party had a plat
form, rather a weak structure, but nev
ertheless a combination of declarations
which raised the leaders above a statu
of chaos. At the convention held yes
terday, the platform practically went
by the board and candidates wore pit
before the people unpledged to uny
solid principles. In fact thero seems to
be no unity among the candidates ex
cept In the one desire for office which
they hope to secure, without pledge.
The attempt to pledge Mr. Carter und
Mr. Macfurlane meeting with disaster,
the so-called party goes forward nam
ing men, who, If Carter and Macfar
lane are not bound to stand by plat
form plcdgcb, art) certainly uuawcrahle
to nothing but the changeable moods
of their own sweet will. The result lx
that the Independent party reverts to
political chaos with no other purpose
as yet In view than that of makin,;
the Territorial administration uncom
fortable by sticking legislative plnB in
the Goternor's chair. This docs not
appeul to tho business community or
the taxpayer. It means useless legisla
tive delays wh(ch perforco are expen
sive; wasting time over personal wran
gles while the Important questions of
fair taxation, municipal government
und similar laws that make for prog
ress and prosperity languish,
The Bulletin must confess that It
had hoped for a greater degree or com
mon sense ruling the counsel uf this
third party. It would Indeed have dis
played a greater degree of integrity
had It held to principles and pledges
on which It was ready to stand or fall
as a party. Under present conditions
the candidates go before the people
each on his Indlvldaul platform, no
two alike. In other words it Is Robert
Wilcox and those on his ticket In u
free for all scramble. It Is Indepen
dence gone wild, and if the candidates
are successful the taxpayer can whlstlo
and doubtless be cinched for heavier
BOERS FIGHTING AGAIN
London, Oct. 4. Lord Roberts wires:
"Han returned to Krugersdorp Oc
tober 1st. He has been thirty-three
days from his base, marched 310'mllei,
wns In contact with the enemy twent
nine days, killed an unknown numbtr
nnd captured ninety-six. The Urltlsh
lost three killed, three prisoners an 1
twenty-four wounded. Hart brou;ht
back 2,720 head of cattle and 3,2t!
"llullcr has returned to Leydenburg
from Spltzkop with a thousand shefp.
There are skirmishes with the Boe.8
dally but they are small affairs.
"Tho Dublin Kuslleers mudo a night
assault with the bayonet on a Iior
Ianger between Pretoria and JohanueK
burg anil captured nine men, mostly
Important Hoeil who have troubled tho
"A party of Doers havo penerated tho
southern part of Orange River Colony,
entered Dewetsdorp nnd Wepener. De
tachments are after them."
Klmo From Will.
A passenger In the Moana brought
tho following note from a young man
In San Francisco to his brother here,
the message being accompanied by an
Dear Klmo: Take thin combination
to tho . Tho drinks nro on
The writer Is n Honolulu man now
on n trip In tho States, His brother,
who Is very much like Mm, Is still In
business on Tort stieet.
GUNBOAT NOT CAPTURED.
Washington, Oct. 3 The dispatch
from General MacArthur last week an
nouncing the disaster sustained by Cap
tain ShlelJs' party on the Island of VUrln-
duque left In doubt the fate of the gunboat
VilialoNis, which had conveyed the
troops to TotIjis. In caiseq .ence the
Navv Decartmtnt has been receiving a
number of telegrams and letters frcm
friends and relatives of the crew of the
boat skin3 for Information as to the affair.
A cablegram was sent to Krar-Admlr.il
Kempff at Cavlte, and the follow Ine reply
has been received:
"Cavlte (Philippine Wands), Octobtr 3.
Secretary of Navy, Washington: No
truth In any unfavorable report concern
ing Vlllalobos or her crew. Manila paper
September 8 published false reports.
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Walalae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium !
MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 800 feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from Koko Head to the Waialae Mountains.
WATER can be piped from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tion of 1,200 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement-Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
VARIETY 1 OF I DESIGNS
NOW ON EXHIBITION
FORTY SWELL TURNOUTS.e.
A Cor (Jo fop China.
San Francisco, Oct. 4. The German
steamer Alesla was cleared ysterday for
Taku with the following assorted cargo
valued at S75 557: 535 mules, 6 horses, 365
tons hay, 150 tons oats, 15 tons carrots 15
The steamer alo carried a quantity of
electrical material to be used for light and
ventllat on during the voyage, valued at
1 1 0,000.
Bvery One of Tlicm n Different Style I
WE SELL CARRIAGES AS CHEAP AS VOU CAN BUV THEM IN 'FRISCO
utlAUbli we tuy direct Irom lh factories um, as dealers un tlte Coast.
Why You Should Buy Your Ctu'rlogeu From lit t
You Take No Risks of damage in transportation.
You Have a Chance to Personally Inspect stock and
select something to your liking. If you order from the
Coast by cata'ogue you are taking chances of netting
something entirely different from what it lo.ks on Darur.
Remember! Asuitof clothing for $? 1 oks as well on paper
s one costing ju.uu.
Schuman's Carriage and Harness Repository.
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into the United from Januarvi.'t
tn Julv 1st. 1000.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
Meet & Chandon - 18,413 "
Pommery & Greno 12,283 "
llledslctc & Co , Dry Mono
pole 6,000 "
Louis Roederer 4,418 "
All other brands 27 012 "
TOTAL .135,184 """
Compiled from the Official Custom House Reoidi
HACFARLANE & CO,, LTD,, Sole agents.
BUYS PA8SI0N PLAY.
New York, Sept. 29. A cahle to tU
Journal from Ouerammergau Bayai A
New York millionaire has completed
airangements whereby tho "Passion
Play" exactly as produced hero this
year, will visit America. The Identity
of tho man who has overcome the tre
mendous obstacles In the way of stifh
a trjp Is at present a Jealously guarded
The arrangement made by tho rich
American Is In the guise of a "visit,"
but It Is generally undeihtood that the
principal American cities will see the
The receipts of tho play for the sea
son are over $100,000, of which th'o
villagers divide about one-fourth, hi
addition to this, receipts from sale of
souvenirs, etc., will bring tho villag
ers pfoflts amounting to over $300,000.
Anton tang, who plays tho part of
Christ, received an Immenso sum by
selling his autographs, photographs
The final performance will ho tbmor
row and Monday.
MAGIC : headaches
il WAFERS i dressing.
ff,Wjl; t wot. nil drogg-s..
TO SAVB SHIELD'S MBN.
Washington, Oct. 4. The following
cablegram has been received at the
"Manila, Oct. 4. Adjutant General,
Washington. First Infantry to Marin
duque, October 0th, on Sumner; fJe-v
eral Haro to command Island with oth'
era to push operations until lnsurrec
tlon Is stamped out absolutely. He
will havo twelve companies of infan
try for tho purpose. Anderson'B first
operations developed nothing. No pi-
ports since October 2d.
Tiie above dispatch relates to rein
forcements sent to tho Island of Marin-
duque, with Captain Shields and 51
men of the 29th Volunteer Infantry,
were reported captured by the insur
gents. At that time General MncAr
thur sent Colonel Anderson and two
companies of tho 38th Volunteer Infau
try with tlte Yorktown and two gun
boat sto tho relief of Shields and his
command if they are still alive.
UhciI Rlunt Powder.
Two natives Kawaba and John Poai
wero arrested yesterday for fishing
with giant powder out In tho vicinity
of tho bell buoy. Tho testimony In
tho Police Court today was decidedly
against tho two natives and they wera
fined $J0 nnd costs each which they Irr.
mediately proceeded to pay.
Nowhere else can you find so
large a variety ol
PRICES - THE - LOWEST
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD., Alakea St., nr. Merchant
Before Insuring Your Life consult the best company
and secure the best and most liberal policy as
Issued by the :
GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
of New York
EiMMETT MAY, Judd Building,
Manager tor Hawaii
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
B 3iT G- X 3iT B E3 23 S
Boilermakers : t and : : Electricians.
The - General - Electric - Company
GRAND GLEARANCB SALE
For One month Only.
In all lines commencing
Saturday, September 29, 1900
Brcalps In Grasi Cloth 'various cohrs), Handkerchiefs
(embroidered), Heavy Pongee Silk forSults or sUlrts,etc.
GOQ KIM, 210 NUUANU ST, Above Hotel
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries)
..." Japanese Provisions, etc..
MAQOON BLOCK, ME11QIIAXT STREliT,
. O- DBOX 886 Zkalzi. 215
P. O. Box 878
General Business Age icy, All KlnJs of Laborers Supplies, Carved Stone constantly on
hand, ready to supply. T. HAYASHI, Mgr.
Kiwj Street, near Liliha (AVa tide), Honolulu, T,. of If,
p. o. BOX ws.
THE OLDEST CHINESE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Daaltil la Flu Sllki and Gran Uncut. Cblntu an4 Jipaneta Good! ol All Klodi
ato-ts Nuuinu atrial.
r, O, Box B13 Tlliphonl BD
IMPOBTIR AND DlAtlB IN
609 Bbretaku Struct
OrrosiTE Quekn'h Hopitat
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