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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, K. T., SATUItDAY, JAN. 19. 1901.
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at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T of II , by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
WALLACE 11. FAHHINOION ..Editor
DANIEL LOU AN City Editor
Entered at the Post Ofllce at Houu
iolu as second class matter
Per month, nnvwhero In U. S. .
Per year, postpaid, foreign
Payablo Invariably in advance.
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Tost Office llox 718
.JANUARY 19 1001.
The business community shuns a dis
tinctly unnnlmous disapproval of Supt
McCnndlcss' ncllon In removing "Uia
mond Head Charle) from the lookout
station. The failure to notify buslnM9
houses of approaching steamers Is an
Inconvenience forced upon them tint
Is bj no means visionary .
Tho construction of tho pall road
man) of the new wharves, the bridge
tho sewer sjstem, ami all the public
bulllngM of the Terrltorv was accom
plished by Increasing tho burden of
public debt. Is there any iltlztn who
has paid taxes to pay tho Interest on
tlili debt nnd now regnts the vvoik
done or the mime) thus expended?
The Republican charter frnmers wlpei
out Iho common council Idea from 1ml
Relit m of'rllv legislation. Whlli. tha I
rrntr.illzP.l nlnn I. th nnmit.ii- fail of
safn to a-n llmt th nrnnln of Horn.-'
lulii wi.nbl be bcltrr atlslle,l wllb
more general rcpicscntntlon to bo ob
t.ilned In a Hoard of Aldermen and
inti nuui)i;,N or- uciit.
The biirilcu of dtbt Is now taken up
by opponents uf u municipality ns tho
great particular hugbiai that stands hi
the way of progressive llannll. Till i
Hourco of objection is the stillest )ct,
ispeilally In view of tho lllmtatlons
plaitil upon tilt public debt of the 'ter
ritory or city by the organic law ciian
rd by Congress
A public ilibl Incurred for tho con-
strtictlon of roads, public buildings
wharvis or an) public Improvement lb
the best Investment tbat an) natlor,
State. Tirrltor). .ounty. city or tovvntory not 1cm than one )car Immnill
can possibly make This Is so far ne
ceptid throughout all civilized govern
ment tint tho Advertiser creates Itself
n laughing stock b) attempting to dem
onstrate the reverse ns true.
Thero have Indeed been states, coun
ties, UlcH and town that have run
the gamut of Indebtedness until they
have hi en swallow ed up and been still-
ed In tho sloughs of bankruptcy That I
such a result need be anticipated In Hi
wail Is not threatened b) the oxampk?
set In the past nor tho limitation of the
organic act Mils limitation Is thus
'Nor shall nil) debt be nuthorlzed
to bo contracted b) or on behalf of
the Terrltor), or an) political or
municipal corporation thereof, ex
cept to pa) tho Interest upon tho
existing Inch btcdncss, to suppress
Insurrection, or to provide for tho
common detente, except that In ad
dition to nny luilebtedniss created
for such purposes tho legislature
ma) nuthorlze loans b) the Terri
tory or any such division thereof,
foi the enctlon of penal, chari
table, nnd educational Institutions
nnd for public bulldlifgs. wharves,
roads and harbor nnd othir pub
lic Improvements, but the total of
suih Indebtedness Incurred. In nny
one year by tho Territory or nny
subdivision shall not exceed one
percuitum upon tho assessed value
of taxable property of the Territory
or suimvJslon thereof, nq the ''aso
may bo, as shown b) the last gen
eral nspcstnieut for taxation and
tho total Indebtedness for the Ter
iltory shall not at mi) time be ix
tended be)ond seven perientum
of such nfifiii-ied value nnd the
total Indebtedness of nn) subdivi
sion shall not nt nn) time be ex
tended be)ond threo perientum of
such assessed value nor
shall nny such bond or Indebted
ness be Incurred until approved by
the President of the UnlteibStates "
Not only does tho law limit the pub
lic Indebtedness that mny be tncurud
by tho Territory or nitinlclp-illty', hut
tho aitlon of tho Legislature or tlty
council must receive the nprovnl of tho
United States With these llmltntlor.i
tho taxpayer of Hawaii has little ti
fear from tho ovei whelming burden
of public debt
Judging tho future by the past, Ha
waii liaq shpwn Itself to bo conserva
tive In tho Increase of Its Indebtedness
and tho money obtained through tlui
loan funds has been well expended.
Thin wan true In the di)S of tho Ad
vcrtlser's bad governments ns well as
tho really good ones Possibly tho
Morning Organ Is pleased with tho
present condition of our public high
ways. IOglenf conclusions drawn fro-n
Its statements do Inded Indlcnto belief
tint bonded Indebtedness Is a needier
expense. Such conclusions are on n par
with tho "wisdom" usually Bliown b.v
The band plnyed a delightful fnn
w,ell tonccrt to tho Chlnn on tho Paclfij
Mall wharf yestorday afternoon
Among those who ini)ed the mush
most was Louli T Kuinko the treisur
er at tho post oflleo who waved fan
wells to his friends from the upper
deck. Ho wih literally covered from
head to fot with lels so that It was
denlly difficult for him to move.
(Continued from paged.) .
Ing of nn) election under this 'Act, and
shall remain closed until the follow In1?
day; nnd every person who shall Bell or
furnish, open or rauso to happened,
any place for th6 sale or furnishing of
spirituous or Intoxlratlng liquors, In
cluding wines nnd beer, on the day of
holding nny election under this At
slnll W guilty of a misdemeanor, and
shall upon conv Ictlon be lined the sun
0f two hundred and fifty ($250) dollait
and be Imprisoned and kept at hard la
for for thirty dnss. flSjU.
All electors qualified to oto at nuy
ilertlon lirlif under this Act slnll be
exempt from arrest nnd Imprisonment
on nny civil process within the sa1 1
Cltj nnd County upon the day on whin!)
said election If. held.
Any person who shall Illegally vnto
at nny election under this Act sbnll be
guilty of n misdemeanor, nnd iMn
coin let Ion slnll be fined In n sum not
less than one hundred dollars nor more
than (he hundred dollars, nnd bo Im
prisoned for the space of three calen
Tlio Commissioner of Elections and
two other persons who shall be nom'
nnled bj the Major nnd appointed liv
the Governor of the Tonltory slnll
constitute n Hoard of Registration fot
tho registering of voters In tbo Cltv
n"'1 Co"nt of Honolulu, and the Com-
"""luner or liietutins snail no tne
Chairman of said Hoard
The said Hoard shall meet sixty das
Previous to Hie holding of th- nnmul
flootlons under this Act. for the i't-
1o "f reglstcilug peisons entitled to
be registered to vote for Major and,A'
dermen and hall continue to meet nt
such phrcs within the raid CM) and
Count) fur surh time ns will give nil
persons uitlllcd to register n reason
nbel opportnnlt) so to do The Coin
mlssloner of Eleitlons mav add tb
name of any elector to the list of vot
ers on the da of clictlon up to on'-
hour before the closing of tho polls on
being satisfied by nfflilivlt that stub
person U entitled to bo registered
Tint In order to be qn illfled to regis
ter and to vote at nnv election held ttii
dcr this Act, n person shall
First He a male citizen of the Unit-
' States of America..
Seiond Hovo teslded In tho Tcrrl
ntelv preceding, and In n ward In vvhb h
he offers to register not less thnn ten
da) 3 Immediately preceding the time
nt which he offers to register.
Third. Have nttalned' Iho ago of
Fourth. Prior to each annual elec
tion dining the time prescribed by liw
for registration have caused his mine
'" '" entered on the Register of Votin
for his Ward,
Fifth He able to speak, read nnd
write the English or Hnwalan lan
The said Hoard of Registration shall
have full power to examine under oith
or ptherwlso fully by written 'and oml
examinations, all persons who nppl)
to register as voters.
THE FAMILY FRIEND.
No remedy lias as good a right to
that tlt'e ns-Klckapoo Indian Oil. It
is good for Internal and external use;
It Is pain's mos,t powerful pinacea. No
ono can Bay "I won't" liavo neuralgia,
rheumatism, eaiacbo or any other
acute pain, but. everyone whojhas a
bottlo of Klckapia" Indian" Oil In tbh
house can say with confldcnco "I
won't" hnvo neuralgia of any other
pain long. The power of thu oil ov er
pain Is marvelous. . Toothache, car
ache, headache, neuralgia and rheuma
tic? pains. d)floptcry, dlrraboea, cholonr
morbus, co Ic, cramps, and nil acute
pnlns jlcld Instantly to It. You arc al
vva)s proongalnst pain with a bottlo
In tho house. Hobron Drug Co .
ngents for Klckapoo Indian Remedies
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
l-"HONLi)T WORK AT HO,V
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to Fi
St. opposite the Club Stables,
Telephone, White 3571, w litre
I have in &tock the following
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle p'ateJ trimmings;
also wood, zinc lined
Water Closets, Wash Out.
and Syphon, je( st) le. p
Sinks of Pressed Steel, bo'th
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
and mirble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Slnki, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Plre, Faucets and Trim
m'tiRS, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, fin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber.
,MK MURPHY'S MUBTING8.
Tho audiences continue large at Mr
Francli Mmuhy's meetings at Central
Union church.. Every evening mnnv
people, sign j,he pledge. For three da)s
now the npoitlc of nbstlvnce has nil
tlresied tho Honolulu Iron Works men
nt noon Franklin It. Austin has vol
tinted ed to assist him ns Hawaiian In
terptetcr and orator on 'his own ac
count ,Ahla e TUhig Mr. Murphy rests.
Sunday nftefn)bn'he'lll nddress men
onl) at CtntrfllUnloiHcfnirch, wlintc
In the evening thennw8ipeellngs will
boresumcd.TOday hojob'scrves his
ueiml cus'on'f calling on the saloon
keepers lo hlv'e nn'honost and friendly
talk wjltb thijm.
.Moniluy Chninliera Cnlemlnr.
'Following arc the cases on the Cir
cuit Co'irt dint y for Monday:
Estate loreph Lazarus, ,'motlon.
L'st-ito of F. F. Madeira, proof of
Guardian of David Manuel, appoint
ment of guardian.
Hlshop Museum trust, mnstei's re
port. Estate of A. C. Pestana, petition for
Estate of John Phillips, accounts.
..Guardianship of Kan Yce, resigna
tion of guardian, appointment of new
guardian nnd master's report.
Estate of August austnvc Hnbe, pro
bate of will.
Ciplaln John BermlnRham, Surervlslng
lnpcctcr of Hulls and Boilers at San
I'rmclscn atfirincJ the judgment on Jan.
0:h, of ihe local Inspectors In the case of
the Miy Flint, which came Into collision
vltli the biitl:hlp lovv,i p-i the night of
epttmcer 8h nd was sunk. The lecal
lrpectors held' that Captain WooJslde
vvi unskillful and negliEent and suspend
ed him for one year. I he decision of the
oth Inst, vya made on appeil.
Tom Hnbron of this city Is fiEurlng on
'Ulldinff another yacht In San Francisco.
Hire veirs ago be In J built there the
sloo i GlaJys which Is the champion In
t ie Is'.uiJ witers II: Ins had the local
bji ders ri.urlng on a forty lx foot losd
water line sc'iooner.
2 Cans for 25c.
Juit received a full line of new
TAIUl: TRUIT, JAMS ETC.
r n i
Relish, Catsup, Etc
jjj "the Buffet"
I $1150 per Mg
( $9.00 per case,
4 dozen quarts w
$5.00 oer case.
:L. 2 doen ifunrts w
Ji DELIVERED. W
m v-ompnny, uy. u-
A t.lQ AND BETHEL tTPIETS. f tjf
L. C. Ablest
lF YOU kp
HE'LL SELL IT FOU V0U AT
1 HIGHEST MARKET PRICES.
For the Holidays
iiFRENCH CHINA at Cat Rates.
FINE CUT GLASS
At a discount of 25 per cent from marked prices.
and METAL BRIC'A
Bethel Street, Household Department.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Call and see copies of the OLD MASTERS at the
FORT ST. ART
You Hhoulc! Iiiivu
one of tlio Lututtt Stylo
We hae just received a new shipment direct from the factory, painted
In the Litest Styles with GKLLN, RUSbET ard DNAH.
NVoocI or Wlro Wheels, Solid Ruhbur TlroM,
RoIUImk or Canopy Top. t
GQrHIIMAN Merchant Street,
OVllUlHrtn Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
:t a ;. n :.' a a a -a a- . .".
Due to arrive Ex. "JOHN CURRIER."
Ten Thousand 00,000) Barrels Roche
Harbor Lime, also
One Million 1,000,000) Red Brick.
TIIEO.H. DAVIESS CO., Ltd,
AGENTS FOR StcilinR Lubricating Oils, Clariphos, Arsen J
Cement, Portland Cement, Giant Powder Co., Angle Lamp Co., .'
J Dicks. Batata Beeting, Koche Harbor Lime, New Home Sewing
Macliints, and Pan-American Hand Sewing Machines.
DEALERS IN-Agnteware, OliJWare. Crockwy, Hnrns,
Saddles and Le.tthers, Rugs, Brats Bedsteads, Trunks, Valises,
Matting Safes, Linoleum, Rifles andSliot-guns, Powder and Caps,
General Hardware and Plantation Supplies. ' ,
- & - ?
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Saloon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
A bargain, ,
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf is Kaahumanu St.
I V-arfgit-oneTri will pxov'e. their er,T4tXimylA
In Great Variety.
a a a a a .' .".' a a a a
In Door -
; ' Arch Lamps.
100 to 800 Candle Power.
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,
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Stalon and owners can havctliem
by proving property and paying expenses
Tribune, No, 4759; Columbia, No. 8204;
v-oiumDia. no. oiik e areuee. No. 2.1710
Imperial, No. 14506.
Is the number of MAY & CO'S
telepiione. Ring tliem gp nnd
order some freth
WIM nuclei PATES-
H. MAY & CO.,
Boston Block. 'Fort Street
MADE STOOL PIGEON OF.
All Wong, a Bmalt Chinese latl nnd a
Chinaman old enough to lie his grand
father, appeared In the I'ollce Coutt
this forenoon on the charge of unlaw
ful possession of opium,. The former
pleaded guilty hut Cho latttr looked
absolutely blank when lie pleaded not
guilty, Judge Wilcox looked nt the tvo
for n minute nnd then Deputy Sheriit
Chtlllngnuith explained that the two
had been cuught In the panic room to
gether but that the hoy, actually hid
tho opium In his linntls when tlio ar
rests were made.
Jmlge Wilcox said he was templed to
fine tho boy S100 and costs In order to
mnko the Chlnnntnn at the back of the
room who uasmnklngn stool pigeon of
the little fellow, dig up the money.
However, he vvnn afraid tint a m:n.wlio
was mean enough tu shoie nfr his ill-ty
work on a small hoy might mako th.it
same small boy go to Jail and work out
nn thing over nnd nbove tho regular
line of i'O nnd costs
The Chinaman refeired to was seated
on one of the benches and when tho
Judge mentioned n hundred dollars the
fclow pulled n long face nnd gave him
self nwny by feeling In his pockets'.
if NA6IC ii
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' Guarantee Department
I68UE BONDS TO GUARANTEE
the faithful discharge of the duties of
.Mangers, Secretaries, Cashiers, Book
keepers, Clerks of Hanks, Salesman,
gents, Office-men, Officers cf Nod
dies jnd Lodges, Employees of the
United States Government of the Cus
toms and Internal Revenue and Pot
nf Delivery Wagons, Watchmen,
Shipping Clerks, Travelling, Sales
men, Contractors, Paymasters in the
Annv and Navy, Importers and Ex
porters, Railroad and Street Railway
Employees, Administrators, Executor;,,
Assignees, Receivers, and all petsons
holding positions of trust.
The Poltclcuof the Company Cover
Plate Glass, Including Lettering and
Embossing, and Plate Glass Mirrors.
Steam Boilers, Indemnifying the In
surei against loss 'or damage to pro
perty, or for accidental bodily Injury
yor death, and covering periodical ,
GEAR, LANSING & CO., Agents,
JUDO BUILDING, FORT t,T.
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