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KVENIN'Q BULLETIN, HONOMJt.U, H. T., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23, 1001.
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WALLACE It. JAKIMNOTON ..Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
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WEDNESDAY JANUARY 23. 1901.
We nre told the Independent Legisla
ture will lake up most or Its time talk
ing. If It can come up with the p ice
sot by the Republican charter "onuult
tec last night, It will Indeed make n
record for talk.
" The stock market revival may snte
ly be predicted a solid quantity with
little of the speculative features of
former days. Honolulu lias had Its ex
perlenco with booms and from now on
sugar stocks may be depended on to
advance according to their dividend
paying value. The most serious period
of the assessable stock drain having
been passed, couplut with the returns
In dividends soon to be realized the
volume of money ought soon to In
crease to such an extent that the hard
times will pass Into history.
The plea for funds to pay off ihs In
debtedness of the Sailors' Home t.".ght
not to pass unheeded by any portion ui
the business comimmltv. Largely
through the Instrumentality of th'a
Institution Honolulu hat been kept
free ft or. the d"?rndlm; liitltienc' of the
sailors boarding liouv as known In
Mainland cities. The mer-hant, th.
commission boosts, every citizen of the
commun'ty derives a illnt-t nenoflt.
nsldo from the advantages gained .by
the hundreds of sailors .-mii'in;; to till.'
port. The safeguard which .x il"rn;
home throws around the -lot-ii waif.
sailor Is a good Invfsttr-nt for liny
city. Neither philanthropic citizens
nor business men can afford to allow
such an Institution to Income erlppleil
by want of funds or middled Ith he ivy
Indebtedness. The trustee!; active In
Its tnn'ingcnicnt and care ('"vote ,i great
deal of time and not a W'.i- of llnlr
private funds to this nm': They
shoul.l not fall In any ilela'l for want
of flnnnclal or moral siipnnrt.
Thanks to Bulletin
for Leaving Out Ad
A former liveryman of the city whoso
places of Illiniums were burned by or
der of the Hoard of Health during the
recent plaguo epidemic, approached a
llullctln ropoiter yisterday and ile
llevercd himself as follows:
"Say. I am going to thank you fori
something you did or rather, that you
did not do. I suppose you have nut the
slightest Idea of what I uni referring to.
Well, hero It Is.
"When 1 went to the States somo
months ago. you remember I shouted
something to you as the vessel was
hauling away from the wharf. The
wind was blowing and you did not hear
what I said. I am very glad things
turned out as they did.
"What I shouted to you was to In
sert In tho Bulletin a notice, giving
my power of attorney to John 11. .
I was surprised when I got copies of the
llullctln In San Francisco, to find no
advertisement. I concluded that you
could not have heard me.
"The long and short of It Is this. If
John 11 had had my power of at
torney, be would have rented n cer
tain piece of property on Hotel stieet
for me, at the rate of $150 per month
for twenty-llvo years, When I return
ed from the Coast. I found that values
had gono gone up ami I can now rent
the place for $200 per month for twen
ty years. Thus, you see. I am $30 per
month ahead for twenty years. That
means $18,000 straight cash and that
length of time Is all I expect to live.
Once more I want to thank you for
what yon did not do,"
Query -What proportion of tho addi
tional $50 pr Is the Bulletin represen
tative entitled to. Ed
Vancouver, II. C, Jan, 8. T. II. Da
vles & Co., owneiB of extensive Iron
works In Honolulu and Liverpool, have
purchased tho Iron works of Armstrong
& Morrison of Vancouver, B. C. for
$230,000. A large cush deposit has
already been paid anil one of tho mem
bers of ihe Liverpool firm will be hero
on Thursday to take over tho works,
which will bo Increased to doublo their
present capacity. There are now 100
The Davles company will employ 230,
They will erect n foundry. Instnll now
machinery and equip tho works so that
Ihey can (111 nil metal orders from the
mining camps and mako big steel cast
ings for smelters, bridges, etc., whllo
they will make a specialty of tho man
ufacture, of stamp mills, In fact, tho
Davles Company propose to expend
$100,000 at oncn In tho way of Improve
ment on tho plant nnd to eventually
expend $250,000 In addition to the pur
chase, prke. The new manager to bo
Imported from England Is at present
Inspector at ono of the Imperial Gov
ernment naval yards, hut has spent
most of his life In the manufacture of
Theo. A. Davles & Co. of Honolulu
state Hint they have nothing to do with
tho Vancouver foundry. It Is n Liver
pool concern called "Vancouver Agency.'
RUNNY MIS I
Of a m
James Hoare Cannot Get
Back His Real
POWER OF PROBATE JUDGE
TO AUTHORIZE MORTGAGE
Robert Catton Wins First Point in
Fowler Business-James Ashford's
Contempt Case-Executors Seek
'An Important decision of the Su
proem Court, affecting the properU
rights of minois. has been rendered in
the case of James Hoare vs. Samuel
C. Allen. It Is written by Justke Per
ry. In 1SS1 Justice Mc Cully of the
Supremo Court, when that trlhumi' bad
probate Jurisdiction, nuthorlzod t.ie
guardian of James Hoare. then a iiiIm jr.
to mortgage lots 2, .1 ami I In Rob rl'ii
row. King street, for the purpose of so
curing money to purchase lot 5 ad
joining. The mottgago was exec'ii-l
for $2500 and contained a power of
sale. Out of the proceeds $1UID '.V..S
used to pay for lot 5, Mary .1. Hi own
the mortgagee, assigned the niorlgniro
to Mr. Allen, who Hiilueiiiuntly for
bleach of (oiiditlon caused the mor,
gaged pie.nlscs to In sold at public auc
tion, and through a trustee piirihniiMl
nil of the proper!.
TI.e plaintiff on coming of ape su.'l
lo recover Hie property, claiming the!
the couit had no jurisdiction to author
lie the mortgsmlng of his property and
that, cun If It did hnto such Jurlsdi
Hon, the order made authorized noil1
or the mortgaging of lot 5 nor the In
sertion of a power of sale In Hie mort
gage. The Circuit Courl. Jury IicIim
wailed, decided against the plalntlT.
who brought except lung to the Supreme
This court overrules the exceptions.
It llnds that the Justices of the Su
preme Court had In 1881. and the Cl
cult Judges have now. the power to
authorize the nioitgaging of a minor'?
real estate In their dcscrctlon as to
the minor's best Interests. Tho other
points decided nre against the claims
of the plaintiff.
Kinney. Ballon & McClanahan ami
II. A. Blgelow for plaintiff; Hatch &
Sllllman. V. O. Smith and A. Lewis Jr.
The Into Autone Rosa was the gini
dlan of Hoare. Ills accounts arc now
under examination by Lylc A. Dick' :'
as master. t
Judge Humphreys has signed n le
rree sustaining the demurrer mid dis
missing the bill In equity for account
ing In the ense of John Fowler .4 ('..
Ltd. vs. Robert Catton and (!eo. W
Mnefarlane. The grounds of declsl .i
ure uncortalnty In the hill nnd want
of Jurisdiction. Hatch & Sllllman and
Robertson & Wilder for plaintiff have
given notice of appeal.
S. Ahml by his attorney. J. Mahl.il
Kaneakua. moves for a day for boa -ing
his motion to have James Ashford
adjudged guilty of contempt of court.
Edward A.. James I), and William II.
Mclnerny, cxerutors nnd trustees un
der the will of the late M. Mclnerny.
petition for discharge. I-'rlduy. Mar.-'i
1, Is appointed for hearing.
New Year fircctlnilH.
Rev. A. E. Cory received In today's
mall from n brother minister one of ihe
latest New Year greeting fads. It It a
beautifully engraved bank cheek on
the stub appearing "365 Ilnp'i.i Days"
and the body filled In to read "B.i.'.k
of Prosperity, January 1, 1901. At sight
pay to A. E. Cory and family ihrco
hundred nnd sixty-five happy days,
value received In our frlends'i'p. n'ul
kindly remember your well-w'sher, W.
A. .Moore. To the National !l..uk of
Friendship, State of Happiness"
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to cam a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HONliST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to K
St. opposite the Club Stables
Telephone, White 3571, where
I have In stock the following
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle p'ated trimmings;
nls wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet styles.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatotles, enameled Iron,
and mirble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Hollers andStands
Water Pipe. Faucets and Trim
m'ngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, I In
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed, Your TraJe Is Solicited.
Jas. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber.
Wmh'iH'ton, Jan. 12. Setintnr War-r-n
of Wy. nnlng today Introduced n bill
anion, I'ng the act establishing n gov.
ernment for Hawaii by providing for a
District Court In Hnwall, the District
Judge, th District Attorney and Hie
marshal to be appointed by the Prcjl
dent and to hold ofllco for six years.
In addition to the ordinary Jurisdiction
of a District Court, the amendment
privilege Is that It shall have Jurisdic
tion In nil rases cognlznble In n Circuit
Court of the United Stntes.
Quny Winn IIIh Flfiht.
HarrlBbutg. Pa.. Jan. 15. After a
memorable struggle, which has con
tinued for several years, M. S, Quay,
tegular Republican nominee for Unl'ed
Stntes Senator, was nominated todiy
by me Pennsylvania Legislature to 111
the vacancy created by the expiration
of his term on March I. 1899. His com
bine! vote In the Senntc and Housj
was 130. or three moic than the mimb-'r
necessary to elect. The senate and
Monro will meet Jointly at noon to
morrow to canvass the vote and de
clare an election. Quay's commission
has been already prepared and signed.
Ho goes to Washington tomorrow af
ternoon and lakes his scat In the Sen
ate on Thursday.
A I ford (iCtH HI Yearn.
New York, Jan. Ifi. Cotnellus J. Al
vord. Jr.. the defaulting note teller of
the First National Bank, was todiv
sentenced to thirteen years' Imprison
ment. The nmount of his defalcation
Knock Out IJulwer Trenty.
Washington, Jan. 1C Senator Moi
gan has Introduced a resolution decla
ratory of the non-effect of the Clayton
llulwer treaty upon the right of th
United Stntes to construct the Nlcaru
Ilorr In Re-elected.
Boston, Jan. 13. Oeorge Prlsble
Hoar was reelected today In both Sen
ate nnd Home of the Massachusetts
Legislature to succeed himself In thi"
United Stntes Senate for the term com
mencing March 1. liifll.
Lord Itlhliop of London.
London, Jan. II. Right Rev. Man
dell Cielghton, I). I).. Lord Bishop of
London died this afternoon. He was
bom In 1S13.
ROSENBERG In San Francisco. Jan.
11, Louis P. Rosenberg, relict of Di
late Fanny Rosenberg, nnd bclovc 1
father of Charles, Joseph, llertha.
Manfred. Emma and Arthur Rosen
borg, Mrs. IMn Newman. Mrs. T. 1).
Davis nnd Mrs. S. W. Ledcrer of
Honolulu, a nntlvc of Hanover, Ger
many, aged 72 years. 11 months aim
41T 'i't i jmrj
In the vorUwIIUnutut
ha J'.ne In lhiuivin.lt nf cav.
IT I I PIN HUCItMl rni fur
'IIOMhlLT NO 1- AJJreM
' najEnetlc lilaitk Tru Co.,
6io .Mjrkrt Strut. San Timnuv o
2 Cans for 25c.
Jut received a full line of new
TABLE PRUIT, JAMS ETC.
Relish, Catsup, Etc
$1150 per bbl. 8
i $9.00 per case,
4 dozen quarts W
S5.00 ner case.- W
j':- ' 2 doen quarts W
j DELIVERED. (
jt Coniptiny, Ltd. yk'
C. KISO AMI lltTHFl STBErTS. -j'
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For the Holidays
JilFRENCH CHINA at Cut Rales.
FIINE CUT GLASS
At a discount of 25 per cent from marked prices.
and METAL URIC A
Bethel Street, Household Department.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Call and see copies of the OLD MASTERS at the
FORT ST. ART
XI ir-i mi? m
You Mlioulcl liuvo
one of tlie UntuHt Stylo
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. We have just received a new shipment direct from the factory, painted
i In the Litest Styles with OH CUN, HUSSET ard DRAI3.
Wood or Wlro WhuclM, Solid Rubber Tlrew,
P'olcllnj; or Canopy Top.
G C H I I Vl A TJ JI-:iant Street.
OllUJiTlAl. pewten Fort and ALikea Streets.
a :: o a n :;. a. , ,v , ,i , a ;;. a a x . x.
2 Due to arrive Ex. "JOHN CURRIER."
l Ten Thousand 109000 Barrels Roche f
Harbor Lime, also S
One Million (1,000,000) Red Brick.
I THEO. II. DAVIES & CO., Ltd,
'J! If AUDWAKE DCPARTA1CNT.
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lubricating Oils, Clariphos, Arsen !'
Cement, Portland Cement, Giant Powder Co,, Angle Lamp Co.,
Dicks Batata Beeting, Roche Harbor Lime, New Home Sewing ':!
Mnchints, and Pan-American Hand Sewing Machines. !
DEALERS IN Agateware, Glassware, Crockery, Harness,
Saddles and Leatliers, Rugs, Brass Bedsteads, Trunks, Valises,
Matting Safes, Linoleum, Rilles and Shot-guns, Powder and Caps,
General Hardware and Plantation Supplies.
a a x- a- a ,y. '$
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Sa'oon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G.CORREA,
1702-tf is Kaahumanu St.
Huggy vtt. Uykc.
Tho corner of Hotel anil I 11I011
streets wns tho scene of a collision yes
terday afternoon bctweiii a liiiSKy and
1 lilcyrl. In which tho rlilur nf the
byke received a lirnleeil lea: and blatk
ened eye. It teems thnt tho party who
was nstrlilo the wheel w.is looklnK In
tho opposlto direction In ihal which h"
was traveling. In conspquencn of which
he received the above Injuries. The
wheel as likewise Its owner wan bad'y
The mall for San Francisco on the
I'. t, transport Wnncn closet t 2
0 clock Thursday, and the Btenme" e.ilb
nt 3 o'clock.
i iiir T 1
In Great Variety.
BRAC t unrein.
.ite&tfK. - . - ,
nr.'BV r .a j'jir.ir-
.. - w W '-!
.w - ' "a c-a i "
In Door -Arch
IOO to 500 Canillo Power.
A Safe and Brilliant Method of Lighting
that you can rely on. Suitable for
Parlors, Halls, Churches or
CALL AND 6EE 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, 4759; Columbia, No. 8204;
Columbia, No. 61 iS; Eldredge, No. 2.mo;
Imperial, No. 14506. I7i0-tf
Truant Blamed Father.
Homana, a small nutlvo boy who had
no Idea of I1I3 age, appeared In tho Po
lice Court this forenoon on tho charge
of truancy. Tho defendant pleaded
guilty but pleaded as an excuse, the
fact that his father had ordered him to
stay away from bcIiooI. On this show
ing, tho caso was continued until to
morrow to glvo the pollco time to find
the father. Judgo Wilcox remarked
that, In cases where, tho parents wero
to blamo for their children staying nt
home, tho former were tho ones to uo
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
Is the number of MAY & CO'S
telephone. Ring them up nnd
order some fresh
Wild Duck I PATES
H. MAY & CO.,
Boston Block. Fort Street
Washington, Jan. 0. The army can
teen Is to he abolished, as the Senat?
today, by n ileculve vole, concurred In
tho houso provision relating to tho
army canteen. Only 15 votes could bo
mustered In the Senate In favor of the
canteen; 34 were cast ngnlnst It. Most
of the time today was occupied by Sen
ators Teller, of Colorado nnd I'cttlgrcw
of South Dakota, and Cutler, of South
Carolina, who all opposed tho adoption
of the Senate committee's amendment.
which provided for n continuance of
tho canteen. Ileforc disposing finally of
the canteen, the Scnnto accomplished
little, nnd It seems doubtful whether ,1
final vote upon the measure will bo
reached Friday or Saturday. Tho rapl 1
growth of the saloons In Manila was
referred to by Bcvernl Senators, all
agreeing that something should be
done to restrict "10 traffic. Senator
Lodge Bald that while he did not be
lieve tho canteen had done any particu
lar harm In the Philippines, ho wa3
convinced thnt the saloon had dono In
calculable harm there. He gavo notlco
of an amendment, prohibiting the Im
portation of distilled liquors Into' the
Philippines, except for medicinal pur
poses. HiViiViViiiiiii'iV E"2L to carry
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