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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1901.
Published Every Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISIIINQ COMPANY.
WALLACH II. rAUItlNOTON ..Editor
DANIEL LOCIAN City Editor
Entered nt the Post Ofllco at Houo
'Inlu ns Bccand class matter
Telephone , 256
Post Offlco Vox 718
JANUARY 2, 1901
The electric compan) lias educated the
people to place no dependence upon
lights or power and thus no one is
Hurprlsed or disappointed v. hell motors
tonic to a standstill and darkness pie-tails.
Han all Is constants finding Itseli
running apulnst the constitution with
Its old laws Yet wo And that tin
whole svstem of government has not
been upset as was ijromljeil during the
The Y Jl7c ImsrtliTyfiiinilciI Its
mission of looking after the voting
men during the hollda) season Mar
the future ears of prosperltj bring to
this Institution the larger and more
modem home It deserves
Revival of ChiUtlmi massures In
the Turk (.ills to mind that Europe
will nnke a long Job of It civilian,'
the Boxers If we are to Judge b) Its )l0 hn( ln nl11(
slice ss In handling heathen in the
more Immediate vlclnltj The milieu
I ti 111 cannot be ver close at hand when
the civilized powers prni.tlc.ill stand
guard to preserve the lntegrlt) of tin
Turk and go to tho Orient on cl Mint
'I tie prompt attention given Uiov 1
Cleveland a rimnrks on polities shows
that the time has arrived when he mi
again talk politics without fc.ir of be
ing hit with a cl Hi tj his own follow
ers Cleveland that ruin il I1I1 pa. j
and l!ran finished up the Job As th
p.utv Is reads to do anj thing to w
iiun siu.efs sirangr things mlgh'
happen than a return to n following of
the llrst Moses pro Ided Grove r vrfn
live long enough
Suicide Was Very
That W Horace Wright dcllbeinto
ly planned his own death, seems with
out n doubt The two vials of carbolic
acid found empty'inder the desk In
the office of the Independent yvstenhy
morning were purchased nt the Hobron
Drug Co's store and at Holllster &
Co 's. At both places the deceased
stated that ho wanted the poison for
the purpose of washing out a wound
Ho Intended to use one part of th
acid to thirty parts of watei. This wji
on Monday afternoon shoitly bcfor
the time he was seen drunk In the In
F J Testa, tho proprietor of tho In
dependent .states that he went to the
ofllte nt 11 o'clock Monday night mil
that he siw the dead man seated nt
his disk In the same position cxnitly
that lie wns found Tuesday morning
He thought of course that he was
nslecp and did not trouble to waken
lilm but went and did what lm hnd In
tended and then left forjiome. Wh !
Mr Testa was seen vestorday, he stal
ed that he now believes Mr. Wright
wns dead at the time he entered the
Prelous to sitting down to his desl
for the last time, he had cnrefully
screened the window In front of whbh
he sat with some new spapcrs He tltp'i
tool, a long im 11 nt the brand boit'o
to fortlf himself for the work which
Evidently lie was nut
so drunk that he was unnble to ia
son. for his work wns sjstcmatlcall
done As vet absolute) nothing liar,
bien found which would go tow.ild
show In1? the mo'lve for the dend man u
The boJv of the decensid has been
put In the hands of nn undertaker ami
It will be taken to the l'c.irl Cltj ceiii"
tciv for up HI 2 11 o'clock this nf-
" roun lu the funeral tiiiln,
I It Is hlnte I tint do eased left a lot of
vnluiblc papers and books behind him
I nlthourh nothliii. In the nature of mor
I e was left These will undoubtedly
I be brought to light Inur on. when a
, unie h of the dead man's premises Is
, For the Holidays
' iliFRENCH CHINA ai Cut Rates.
RIINE CUT QLASS
At a discount of 25 per cent from marked prices.
In Great Variety.
and METAL BRIC A BRAC t . unrein.
Bethel Street, Household Department.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Call and see copies of the OLD MASTERS at the
mDT CT ADT nCDADTMCWT
New Year's Bill I
A Change by All
Edward B. Adamn,
Best Vaudeville Orchestra
In Ame ica.
25, (0 find 75c.
Saturday Matinee 25c.
Youug men nntlclp-itlug a trial fot
an appointment to either Ve3t Point o.
Annapolis should full realize that they
can secure entrnnce to neither of these
institutions onl thiough nbltlt) to
pass a ver severe examination, Poli
tical favor tna cut some (lRiire In the
.ippolntmmt or the llrst competitive
examination, but such favor Is nlno
lutel) useless when the candidate ap
pears before the examining board to be
fin illy passed. Any oung man who
lias not a special aptitude for mnth
matlis Is llkel to find himself ve-y
iiiiilIi out of place ln either of thee
sihoolg should he be able to pnss the
llrst test No one should contemplate
n contest for either of these worth)
positions unless particularly well
grounded In mathematics and prep-ir-rd
to pursue a course of hard study and
examinations that Is not equalled b)
nn other Institution of the nation.
Dolus uwnj with the Citizens'
Guard as leeonimmded b) tho Attor
ney General Is llkelv to her most seri
ous!) felt b) the outside districts In the
viclnlt) of plantations Long ago the
principal motile of this organization
was lost, and of late It has sered tha
purpose of furnishing what are pra
tlcallv deputies to the pollco authoil
ties to be called upon on occasion of
stripes or riots among the laborer-,.
The mere fact that n reservo body of
men with nuthorlt) existed that nny
be called upon for Immediate action
has had a quieting effect on nil the
plantations If the outside districts are
to be crowded with negroes tho neces
sity for such an organization may be
even more apparent. The Citizens'
Guard Is now serving a good purpos.
and If wiped out It will eventually
bale to be replaced b) a similar organ
ization though It may be under n dif
THE TRANSPORT TRADE.
Hawnll's self satisfied bliss Is evi
denced no more forcibly tjian In Its
apparent indifference to the armv
transport trade. The transports cam"
In the regular course of human ovcnis
making Honolulu a port of call on the
passage to Manila, Their coming has
been like picking mone up In tho
streets to this coinmunit) Haling re
ceded this favor without exertion, It
would appear that the city considers
an effort to secure an Increaso In thU
trade entirely unnecessary.
Yet this transport trndo might be
doubled If Hawaii could exert sufficient
Influences In army circles to make Ho
nolulu a port of cull on the return as
well as the outgoing trips. That the
acthlty of the Interested community
does have n marked Influenco ln shup'
ing the course of the transport scr
Wee has been shown In tho division of
the Mainland traffic between Seatt'e
and San Francisco, Had Seattle and
other cities of the Northwest assumed
the same Indifference that Hawaii has
shown towards this sen Ice all the
transports would today be despatched
from San Francisco as they were at tho
Wh) should the. transports return by
way of Japan leaving good American
money of the passengers and ship In a
foreign land As n stopping plnco In
the all-American line to nnd from
Manila, Hawaii certainly ought to have
a good claim on the trafllc over any
foreign nation Tho 20,000 or 30,000
troops that are to be returned In tho
next few months will bo a Bourre of
trade that Hnwall ought not to let pafctf
by without at least n struggle to ie
Charlie Peterson '
The case of Clnrlle Peterson of th"
Diamond Head lighthouse station,
charged with assault and battery on
Captain Nellscn, the keeper of the
lighthouse, came up for trial In the
l'olhe Comt this forenoon. Charlie
pleaded guilt) but stated that there
were extenuating circumstances. Nell
sen had called him a liar and other
nan cs that rank In the; same categor).
The last trouble he had with the light
house keeper was about tluee weels
ago Judge Wilcox Imposed a line 'it
$'() nnd costs which Charlie said ho
thought was rather heavy The Judge
stated that, no doubt, Capt. Nellsi n
thought tho blow on his face was very
The flue of $30 was Immediately palJ
and bonds In the sum of $100 to ken
the peace for n certain length of tint".
were ufBD forthcoming.
Peterson sa)s he was not arrested
Ho was telephoned to and told that
there was a warrant out for his arrest.
He thereupon came Into town nnd gave
himself up. I
J. S. Hmerson, who was present at
the trial, said that he had separated
the two men some time ago when they
were about to pitch Into one anothet
This was while he was doing some stir-
ve)lng work nt Diamond Head.
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living In
a lec'tlmate way. My motto
Is "HOM.iT WONK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumblpg buslneu to Fort .
St. opposite the Club Stables,
Telephone, White 357:, vvhtre
I have in stock the following
coods : ,
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle p'ated trimmings;
alj) wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out.
and Syphon, jet styles.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
and muble with nlckle plated
Wash Tiays, enameled Iron
with wood cove".
Slop Sink, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
mings, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Hn
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber.
MR. C. BOLTE RETIRED FROM
the management of our firm onlhlsdate.
M. S. CiRINBAUM Si CO., LTD.
Honolulu, January, 1, 1801. 1727-3!
j -1 I"' --'- ' '" A-fr.'
A New Lot just reLeivwIiw. "MAL'NA
ALA," fitted with either
Wood or Wire Wheels,
Solid Rubber Tires,
Folding or Canopy Top,
Trimmed in the L.itest Style
with Green, Russet or Drab.
Also a Full Line of
Now SUrrcyn, FM-itietonM unci Rood
WuicoriH JUMt received.
VJU oC'rHJiVlAjNj Betvv ten Fort and Alakea Streets.
mi brokers .mil vin
H. P. BALDWIN Preslmi.
J. B. CASTLE 1st Vlce-Preslden
W. M. ALEXANDER...-2nd Vlce-Preslden
J. P. CooKfc Treasur.
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audit'
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar C-
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugir Co
Paia Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugat Company.
Klhei Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugat Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
The California and Oriental S. S. Ct
V.G. Irwin &G.
There was trouble out near the cor
ral In Iwllcl veBterdny morning thai
promised to develop Into something
more serious than what really did fJc
cur. If tho police had not arrived on
the scene when they did, no doubt thfia
would Have been n lively time.
It seems that n lot of natives, tfie
thirty in nil, counting men and womjpn,
were Indulging In n native feast iln
celebration of New Year. They were In
the midst of the enjojment of pig nn I
swipes ft hen n couple of Japanese from
the corral made their nppcarnnce in
tho vnrd. Whether thcic men went
there looking foi trouble or ftliethcr
they went there with peaccnble Inten
tions, Is not known. However, the na
tives were In n quariclsome mood and
of course, did not like the Intrusion ut
tho Jnpanese. Some of tho men went
out nnd, In less time than It takes to
tell, the Japanese had been given a
Naturally the two men cnlled fur
help nnd nil, the remaining Jnpnius"
In tho connl hurrfctl to the seen',
some' of them uinied with clubs nnd
others with rocks. The) meant to d'i
the natives bodll) Injury. Someone en
the ohtsldc saw just how the affair wns
likely to end nnd. burning to 11 tele
phone In the vicinity, telephoned to
the pollco station, hiunicr, the coirnl
officer, was nlteady there and unu.
Captain l"ox and oITlccrs linker an I
MoHsmnn swelled the foice.
The Jnpanese had the house 'sur
rounded when the ojllcors of the lav
appeared on the scene nnd It wns uoc
until they had been talked to qulctlv
that they consented to move awny.
Thev Insisted that the natives who bat
tel ed their countr.vmen be put und"r
nriest and. Indeed, this was the object
for which the oflUers went out
thorough search of the premises of th'
(.natives was made but the Japanese
could not identify anyone mid so the
police came away empty handed It
believed that the guilty pirtlo git
aihij while the pollro wcie patle.vlnj;
with the Japanese. In order to Insure
quiet during the remainder of the ilav.
Cnptatn Vox went Into the houte of the
natives nnd emptied out about flft;
gallons of swipes that had been pre
pared fot thcjiiau An offleer wns W:
with Spencer In the event of nnv fur
ther demon8tintlon on the part of tho
.".' 5' it is it ii if if if it it it it it it it i
tit it i iV it it it it it it :t it it it it H-
Due to arrive Ex. "JOHN CURRIER."
Ten Thousand (10,000) Barrels Roche
Harbor Lime, also
One Million (1,000,000) Red Brick.
THEO. H. DAV1ES & CO., Lid,
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Cement, I'citl.irul Cement, Giant Powder Co., Angle Lamp Co.,
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Machines, and Pan-American Hand Sewing Machines.
DEALERS IN Agateware, Glassware, Crockery, Harness,
Saddles and Leathers, Rugs, Brass Bedsteads, Trunks, Valises,
Matting Safes, Linoieunt, Rifles and Shot-guns, Powder and Caps,
General Hardware and Plantation Supplies.
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In Door -C,
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A Safe and Brilliant Method of Lighting
that you can rely on. Suitable for
Parlors, Halls, Churches or
CALL AND SEE THEM.
C. W. Macfarlane,
Western Sugar Refinery Co., ot
Baldwin Locomotive Works,
Philadelphia, I'enu., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Nation.
Cane Shredder). New York, U. 8. A.
N. Ohlnndt & Co.'s Chemical Fertll
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade F
tlllzcrs for Cane and Coffee.
Rped's Stcnm Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Pali.
and Papers; Lucol and Lints.
Oils, raw and boiled.
Infjurlne (a cold-water paint),
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Ld
CASTLE & COOK!
n t pimu' Co.
rt Wtiiiu. Atrlculnvil Co , L .:
flu KohtU Sucm Co
rb WtlMtt Surir Mill Co.
Tito Fulton Iron Workt. St. Will, .
rt. Studord Oil Co.
I1 Gto F. Blako Sum Poaot.
Tho Now Encltn4 Lift lorarisu Co, l t. .
Tho tm Flu lot. Co, ol Htrrtoil, Om
Tho Alllooco Anuronco Co or LooIm
tlnpuncHC Asnnult Cnne
Yestertlaj Niknbashl, a Jnpnnei
boarding house keeper In Knhnako,
snore to a warrant for the nrrest of
Xlshlmtirn, one ot his boarders on 'lie
chin Re of assault and battery. It ap
pears that on the night mentioned,
some of the Inniutes of the bulldlr.
were In n hilarious mood. The proprie
tor of the house allowed the notke to
go on until 11 (A lock nnd then he tooK
it Into his lieiul to stop nnv fuMhcr
hllnrlt), so he went Into the roo.n
where the Japanese were collected nnd
told them to desist. All but Nlshl
m ura stopped and went to their looms.
This fellow Jumped up nnd Btnuk Nn
kab.ishl In the fare. He was foun I
guilty of the charge In the Polhe
Court this foienoou nnd wns sentence!
to pay a fine of $3 nnd costs. Xlhl
mura denied the story ot Nnkal nhl
'lintl his witnesses but refused to tno
the stand lu his own defense.
Vm. G. Irwin & Cc
Wm. a. Irwin.. President and Manag.
Claus Spreckels Vice Pretldeai
W. M. Glffard ..Second Vice Preside
II. M. Whitney Jr. ., . . Treas. and 8
fleo. J. Ross ; Audltc
laiBTK OF TBI
USAMI0 STEAMSHIP COMPi'
;OF HAN FBANOIBOO. OA
Frozen Eastern Oysters,
In Half Shell or In Tins.
Frozen Poultry and Game,
TURKEYS, CHICKENS, GEESE, DUCKS, QUAIL.
HENRY MAY & CO..
BOSTON BLOCK, FORT ST.
QUEBN ST., HONOLULU
AGENTS FOR- -
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
. JJomestlc Sewing Macb nt, HU.
Quota ttiMl. HoeoM U.I
Howolloii Anlculhirol CoCploy. Aaorlcu lot
Conpiny. Oooolo Suoor Plant. Co . Oooaos lot
Co , Honomu Sue or Co , Willokti Sotti Co.. Mil
Sujor Co , Holtakolo Ranch Co., MoTokal Rooo
Plantti o tin. San Fr I ioco Pacini aal. Ri .
k Co ' Lino ot Boot.i Packat.
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooke, President) George
Hobertaou, Manager) E. F, Blsloj
Treasurer and Secretary) Col. W. t
Allen, Audit ir; P. O. Jones, H. Wi
house, Geo. It. Carter. Direotors,
The Evening BuUetla, 71 miu p
A good proportion of New Yeai revel
lers attended the Orpheunj. last night.
The program was a good one nnd nui
with hearty applause. Little Claim
Bcoicd as did Adams and Conlon and
Iiydcr. Knrkamp showed his ventll
Iti.Wn singing nnd Instrumental work.
both solo nnd with his clever wife MIbs
Hnmond. Conlon nnd R)dcr nre ga
ting nil the laughs they can out of
their last week. Jeanette and her
trained cockatos are a decided attrac
tion. The whlto plumnged pets and
their elaboiato apparatus present
prettv picture aside from the charms of
their mlstiesB. Tho boss of the ioc
atoos Is "Dewey" the biggest pet ami
most willing woiker of the flock. The
birds are remutkahly well trained and
gb through a ''number of exciting
Tricks. ThcrCirJIhbe'a final Satuiday
matlnco to bid good-bje to Babj Fav
and the birds.
- TRIBUTE TO MR. WRIGHT.
Among the man) friends ot the V
ciased W. Horace Wright was Altai
Hcibeit, the horticulturist of Hono
lulu. Mr. Herbert tailed In at thU
office today and paid a tribute to the
memory of the deceased In the follow -Ing
j'ilr. WrlKht vvas very fond of dow
els Ho often brought me seeds whlih
he received from his people ln Rn
gland nnd some of these I planted fun i
time to time. I stilt have two or thrcs
paokngesf It Is my intention to plint
these In tho near future and, when the
plants havo grown large enough, I
Bhall place some -on the grave ot the
deceased. Several J ears ago when I
had In the neighborhood of three acie
planted In roses nt my place In Kallhl.
Mf. Wright used to tome out and ad
mire the flowers. No one was moie
Borry than he when tho Japanese btetlo
came here In tho wake of the llttli
brown limn and destroyed all tho iosj
He told me It was his habit to pick ti it
a favorite flower In every countiy
whlth he chanced to visit. In his home,
nngland, ho choso the lose. In Cali
fornia, It was the delicate and beni'
tlful poppy am) in Hawaii It was the
llima. It strikes mo that one win
loved children nnd flowerB as M,-.
Wright did, was by no means a bad
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