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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1901.
P' s 'JRT
fibllthod 1 ivory Day except Sunday,
at 210 KltiR Street, Honolulu,
T. of II., by the
BULLETIN I'UDLISUINO COMPANY.
WALLACE II. FA11IUNOTON ..Editor
DANIEL LOOAN City Editor
Entered at tho l'ost Odlco at Hono
lulu as second class matter
SUUSCUII'TION RATES. '
Per month, anywhere. In U. S. ..$ .75
Per year 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foifclira.y ,.. 13.00
Ptynblo Invariably In advance.
Telephone , 266
Post Offlco Dox 718
TUESDAY JANUARY 22, 1901
One of tho feats of the late mast-
clan Hermann was to catch bullets
fired nt him iolnt blank from a regu
lation army rifle. Was this a trick oi n
Iloer peacemakers say It Is n ii'.ub
born minority that Is keeping up the
war with Orcat llrltaln. If this bo
true. It Is the most effective minority
from the war standpoint that any na
tion ever encountered.
Judge Wilcox's throne of grace l
fast becoming a favorite resort for the
BPltlcnient of family troubles. If tho
Rood mlvlcc meted out by the Judge Is
followed out to the letter, the warring
families may be sure of steering clear
of tho divorce court.
Tho Canadian parson who was pub
licly horsewhipped by the hilfchand of
n woman who figured In the text of n
"reform' sermon, w 111 now be able to
preach another sermon on believing In
gossips. Hail the parson lecelved his
Just reward, It would have been bullets
Instead of whip lash.
Tho inunMpality Is expensive. That's
what tho opponents say. The man who
will ride the lenqth of King street.
Wilder nvenue or any number of less
Important thoroughfares, will come to
the prompt conclusion that the chnp
conduct of ntfalrB under a centralized
government Is expensive at rr. price.
Not one In a hundred of tho passen
gers trncllng on out Inter-Island boats
hae ever known or ccr stopped to
think whether the steamers were equip
ped with permanent life saving appa
ratus or not. Tho serious necldcnt has
yet to occur where the lives of any
number of Island passengers have been
threatened by the dangers of the sea.
Having dono yeomnn scrvlco In as
slstlng Cnrrlngton to work a telephone
film Ham game on tho public, the
Morning Organ Is haunted with poker
tables fitted with wires and cards up
the sleeve. Playing cards for money
Is a pastime subject to Pollco Court
flues. It Is really amusing when ex-
tremo piety expresses Itself In n de
mand for a square gamblers game.
At the present rate of progress the
children of today will liavo to take up
the Interminable work of settling up
the Chlneso embiogllo. If tho powers
were studiedly delaying matters hop
ing that tho natural death of the Dow
ager Empress would clarify the situa
tion, they could not be moro tardy In
accomplishing results. LI Hung Chang
will teo n century of activity If ho out
lives the period of negotiations.
Those who have witnessed tho good
work of tho Young Men's Institute as
conducted In Mainland cities will no
pleased to nets tho organization star"d
among the young men of Catholic faith
In Honolulu. Tho Institute Is dolus a
work that compares favorably win
older Institutions of Its kind. Hono
lulu can liavo nana too many organiza
tions that serve to give young men n
better appreciation of their dut's,us
Christian citizens. ,
Tho formation of military com
panies outside Honolulu gives tho Na
tional Guard a 'Pope wh'eh It has fail
ed to possess during revolutionary
da s. Although peace Is assuied tliU
organization ought to be enabled by
proper legislation and appropriation to
further extend Its activities Com
panics In tho country dlstr'cts nay In
a measure lie able to take the place of
tho Citizens' Guard which scums doom
ed to go by tho hoari
Tho Parson Sheriff of Portland. Me.
started out on his first official day with
several large seizures of liquor sold
contrary to law. This Is what every
new county sheriff does In the Stato
of Maine, Just to Impress the people,
thnt a new man Is In offlce. Whcro tho
Rev. Pearson's big fight will come Is
In securing convictions and heavy pen
alties In the courts. Liquor seizures In
prohibition Maine are the periodical
order of tho day. If the new sheriff
can make these seizures and costs of
court unprofitable to the Illicit dealer,
a winning fight will bo assured. And
when tho next election comes around
the Rev. Mr. Pearson will not bo ro-
Tho Homo Rule Charter Commission
or any other volunteer charter commis
sion has full right to conduct all Its
sessions behind closed doors nnd make
all Its work secret work. This course
does not tend, howovcr, to Insplro pub
He confidence In tho work done. A
scheme of government should In these
days be open and abovo board In all
Its details, the discussions of the frnm
era nnd the motives prompting every
action, Whllo tho Inception of Inde
pendent municipalities Is In n measure
rewdtitlomiry, It Is not necessary In
these days for conspirators of progress
fulfilling tho demands of tho people to
clothe their discussions nnd reports
with secrecy. That Is n relic of former
WHERE EXPENSE MB IN
Editor Evening llulletln That It Is
a disgrace In this twentieth century
to be a city which confesses to the pro
vulenco of such diseases as leprosy,'
such epidemics as cholera, and bubonic
plaguo does not srem to dawn upon tho
officials of the Territorial Government.
Neither does it seem to be clear to
them that nn attempt to cover up cor
ruption la not as honest as to eradicate
Wo must go to Canton, Hongkong
and Calcutta for 'a- like progressive
modern spirit in city administration or
clso back to tho 13th century In the
history of London and Purls. It wns
during tho rclgrt of Philippe Augusts.
that open trenches In the middle of the
roadway In Paris served for drainage
naked and shnmtlcss; that gratotarjls
were unfenced In tho midst of humble
homes; and that the constant disease
and frequent epidemics which cum
from nil this foulness were fathered
on n convelcnt ProUdoncc. However,
this wns the consolation of the Illiter
ate and Imbecile, for It remained for
tho shining lights of science to show
that tho bubonic plaguo came from
maleficent comets their tails toward
tho Orient. It was not till the close of
the sixteenth century that tha common
sense Faculty of Medicine Indti'lcA the
drains nnd cesspools ns tho principal
orlcln of nil maladies then prevalent.
That the city of Honolulu nt the
opening of the twentieth century fur
nishes londltlons decades behind the
rest of the civilized world, may prop
erly furnish food for thought to tliow
organs nnd officials who pipe the tune
of the burden of Inci eased taxation to
the small balder as an Insurmountable
obstacle to municipal renovation. And
In the next b-eath admit that three
fourths of nil the property In Honolulu
Is held by a few Intelligent white peo
ple. The reproach for this condition, ills
graceful and humiliating as It Is. rests
then with the Intelligent remnant who
prefer to Uc a.nong numerous open
graveyards crowded past belief, than to
pay fur their removal.
In the fare of all the foulness and
chaos nttendaut upon the Inertia of
the Heard of Ilcilth and Hoard of Pub
lie Works during recent years, there
arc no signs of nn earnest, systematic.
far-seeing effort on the part of the
Territorial Government to Inaugurate
n system of better days. The mibter-
fugo of expense Is for the man who
doesn't reckon the cost of epidemics.
If the sums expended for those costly
vhltatlons (ono million dollars for the
bubonic plague nnd a large amount fir
the cholera) had been Invested In
municipal renovations, tho taxpayers
would now hnvc something to show for
their money besides n plague stricken
And yet they say nn effrctlvo municipal-
government Is expensive.
RELIEVER IN PROGRESS.
Honolulu. Jan. 22, 1901.
MciuI'h Tcinpci'iiuci: I'lnn.
Two ladles, actuated doubtless by no
blo Impulses, have Initiated n temper
mice crusade In Honolulu, and the
News pioposcs to taVo right hold with
them nnd help the good woik along.
Hut we shall work along different lines.
Thero should bo a larger liberty allow-,
cd in the establlshmemrnf saloons n.U
convenient points on the Ulnnds, And
tho ridiculous distinction of light wine
nnd beer saloons should, be swept out
of existence. Tho scarcity of saloons
nnd the "long dry Bp'oHV which that
scarcity causes really leads to moro
excesses In drink than would plenty
of saloons conveniently located whero
a man could get a drlijknabc-tlane
with It. At present, to get a drink, n
man is compelled to buy a dozen bot
tles of beer or n casd of wine or bour
bon nnd tako It to his room. Then of
course he Invites his friends, nnd natu
ral results follow1. Yes, lye DTOOSW
to Inaugurate a temperance movement
on Maul, but wo will go nbout It In a
Bcnslblo nnd effectlvo way.
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
Is "HONKST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to Fi
St. oppoilte the Club Stables
Telephone, White 3571, where
I have In stock the following
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle p'ated trimmings i
all) wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet styles.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanlzeJ and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
anj muble with nlclde plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sink', enameled Iron:
Hot Water Bollersand Stands
Water I'lre, Faucets and Trim
m'ngs. 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.
DIWIC IDE TAXIS
Man'la, Monday, Dec, 31, The
Philippine .Confmlssfon has com
pleted tiie preparation" of n general
municipal government bill, The
provisions, -In many respects, are
similar to General MacArthur's
order regarding municipal govern
ments nnd authorizing elections,
but thnt arc much more elaborate,
covering all details. The mdst no
table new feature is tkejcstabllsh
nient at land taxatlpn.nnd the do
ing away with the acduin (or head
tax) and taxation on "Venule's oc
cupations. ,A feature new to the
Phlllpiiiiea .Is thnt the revenue
from land'lnxcs Is to be expended
where It Is collected. The man
DC Holding elections nnd thu
duties of orflccrs are prescribed.
Mr.'EdlTor: The abovccllpplrlg will
be food lor thought to some of thos-j
who arc (o exploit tho field of local tax
ation before tho Young Men's Research
lly the way, would It not bo n good
Idea for those taking part In this ills'
cusslon to reduco their arguments to
writing and give them to tho press so
that those unable to attend may have
the benefit of the same? ,
Undoubtedly thoso addressing the
club will take up the cntlro matter of
taxation both direct nnd Indirect, tho
latter Including the present system ot
license for icvemie nnd the distribution
of tho burdens 'of taxation created
Another factor that demands the no
tice of the public Is the rcsponslblll'y
for the education of those children
largely In evidence among recent In
portntlons of plantation recruits w' p
the aerago cost of $10 to $17.50 per
child per annum these would cut,qulto
a figure as "tax enters," to say nothing
of their moral Influence whllo being
This entire question of taxation so
far as reference to past systems Is con
cerned must rest on fads. Figures
don't He when correctly quoted nnd a
peutilful spi Inkling of lompnfatlvo ta
bles on this subject will give oppor
tunity for Individuals to Judge of th"
correctness of deductions thnt may bo
made by thoso addressing the club.
Honolulu. Jan. 21. 1900.
Filling .Mnul'x Wants.
The News asked for a drug store and
tho drug store Is here. It nsked for n
bakery and the bakery Is coming. It
asked for a bank and mark the sequel
Senior Captain Robert Parser np
peared again for duty. at tho pollco sta
tion yesterday after a two weeks' 111
Jyi lu Aunt In UiouvinJ ot civ.
ill N ir ilkl". HIITIPI. Sen! Ir
jC' 'I1IK1KLET NO I." AJJrt-H
rtagnctlc Klfittlc Trust Co.,
6o .Market Slrctl. SvlRAM-ico
2 Cans for 25c.
- -'- - - .1
Just received a full line of new
TABLE TRUIT, JA.MS' ETC.'
Relish, Catsup, Etc
$ $1150 per ML g
m $9.00 per case,
4 dozen quarts W
m $5.00 tier case.
" 2 iloen nn.'irtq V
J: DELIVERED. w
jn ComiKiny, Ltd. j'J'
'lW KINO AND BETHEL STRCETS. fjZ
For the Holidays
iiFRENCH CHINA -at Cut Rales.
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 WASTERS at the
CADT CT ADT riCDlBTMCMT
TO 13 12
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ono of thu LutcMt Stylo
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H In the LiteU Stvles with GRELN. RUSSET .vd DRAB.
: Wood or Wire Wheels, Solid Rubber Tires,
I-oldlnjj or Canopy Top.
a a a a :: a a n -a :: a ;: :: a ;: ::;
Due to arrive Ex. "JOHN CURRIER."
Ten Thousand (10,000) Barrels Roche'
Harbor Lime, also
One Million 1,000,000) Red Brick.
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Cement, Portland Cynient, Giant Powder Co., Angle Lamp Co.,
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Saddles and Leathersi Runs, Bs-BedMe:Yds, Trunks, Valises,
Matting bafes, Linoleum, Rilles and Shot-guns, Powder and Caps,
General Hardware and Plantatiorl'Supplies.
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Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing so acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Saoon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
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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,
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Station and owners can have them
by proving property and paying expenses
Tribune, No, 4750; Columbia, No. 8204;
Columbia, N0.O118: Eldredge, No. 24710:
Imperial, No. 14506. 1716-tf
. Other brands
: CALIFORNIA ST.
Is the number of MAY & ClOS
telephone. Ring thenvup'nnd'
order some frecn ' u'j
Wild Duck I 1M".,.
.i fci ' .i
H. MAY & CO.,
Boston Block. Fort Street
ill Nil ATTACK
London, Jan. 10. General Kitchener
sends news of corlous slumltnncoua at
tacks on the night of January 7tb, by
the Republicans on tho Ilrltluli posi
tions between points CO miles np.ut
along the llnc,s oi the Prctorln & Lou
renzo Marques Itnllway. The losses on
both shies were heavy. According to
reports the Doers wero beaten off after
prolonged fighting. '
The following Is tho text of tho des
patch from General Kitchener, dated
at Pretoria, Wednesday, January 9th: ,
"On the night of January "th, tho
Doers made a simultaneous and deter
mined attack upon all our posts at Del;
fast, Wondorfonteln. Nooltgedacht nnd
Wlldfonteln. Intense fog prevailed,
and tnklng ndvantagc of tho cover It
afforded tho Doers were ablo to croll
up close to our positions. A heavy flro
continued until 3:40 n. m., when the
Doers wero driven off. Ono ofllcer wa
killed and thrpp wounilrd, while 20
men were killed nnd 59 wounded. Tl(
loss of tho Doors was heavy, it dca.I
bodies being counted. A convoy taking
supplies to Qordon's Drlgade, north
ot Krugcrsdorp, wns attneked by Iley
er's commando yesterday. The Boern
wero driven off, leaving 11 dead on Iho
Meld. Our casualties wero four slightly
vjiiVfi'imVi'tiiVi'iV to carry
euro a hoaJ
ncho It iM,-. 'I dr"c-'
I MGSC I'
? WAFERS 3
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the faithful discharge of the duties of
Managers, Secretaries, Cashiers, Book- .'
Keepers, t-ierxs or uaiiKs, salesmen,
Agents, Office-men, Officers of Socl-"
dies and Lodges, Employees of the '
United States Government of the Cus
toms and Internal Revenue jpnd Post
of Delivery Wagons, Watchmen,'
Shipping Clerks, Travelling, Sales-
men, Contractors, Paymasters In the
Army and Navy, Importers and Ex
porters. Railroad and Street Railway
Assrgnees, Receivers, and all pelfons
holding positions of trust.
.. Casualty Department.
Tho iollclesof the Company Cover
Plate Glass, Including Lettering and
Embossing, and Plate Glass Mirrors.
Steam Bclleis, Indemnifying the In-,
sured against loss or damage to pro
perty, or for accidental bodily Injury
or death, and covering periodical
GEAR, LANSING & CO., Agents,
JUDO BUILDING. FORT ST.
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NEWS OF THE WEEK
in the Territory of.Hawaii,
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LEGISLATURE, complete re
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the EVENING BULLETIN.
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