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HVHNINO nUtXCTlN, HONOLULU, H. T., THUnsUAV, JAN'. 21, 1901.
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Ihibllsheil Kvery Day except
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of II., by the
(BULL13T1N I'UULISHINO COMPANY.
WALLACE H. KAHHINaroN ..IMUor
DANIUL LOOAN City Editor
hJntcreil nt the Tost Olllce nt Hono
lulu as second class matter
Per month, anywhere In U. 3. . .? ."3
Per year 3.00
Ver year, postpaid, forclttn 13.00
fynulc Invariably In advance.
1 lerhone 25(1
PostOIIlce Uox 71S
.JANTAU 21, 1501.
An June ilouhtful iiliout the superior
condition of (tin stiects will do well to
tnl.o a lido about tlin principal suets
between IMlamn and W.illdM. Take the
other fellow's earrlape If the tour Is to
ho made In a short tunc.
The man who thinks that I'lanim
Murphy guaranties to lefcrm tho li
lice court record of drunks in eci nm, t, I10n ni,0. , c-riTitl utio on hlj
town ho Kocs to. Is stretihlnK a point trp to lu, colonics. He has Isittlol
nlmost to the eMi nt of Idiocy. On t!.e 1Kntll,t (M0 ,p of ,ironK drlnU and Its
same basis as the loncluslons of tho-w vnnp , ns ,onp KUOil work S v
associating the Murphy meetings wltlipr ,, ttPre cnrmed drunkaid'
police couit diunks thi picnchliiK I hnvo come forward and slcned tin
Suudav Is ic-apuitslblo for tho l.us- iie,ic, They menu to do their uttnori
nunilm c-f diunks that show tip -Moil- , vP ilin"i'N'nt lives. That Is natural-
du nidi l.liik'.
TIIU STKUKIS A DKSCiUACi;.
How nn publi. .Iipaitnunt In an
city inn allow main ihoiouijhf.ires to
degenerate to the piesent condition uf
Honolulu s sire-etK Is past finding out.
To tho most casual observer It Is ap-
parent tlini conmiion. lain cmsc ", tl.rp K.r nlnv, more eases of drmil--anj
of thomaln treitsian onl result CI)nps( ,,, ,,, .,ng tIlfl t)me mnlP,,i.
from a high elegise of sho.tslghtedmss1 ifnv ,,l(,n(! hlg niI,.pnt.
in rank Incompetent ol supervising Tbp M!wln(. ngures. taken at ran
olllclals. If 'he eouiiciK-iu foi proper Anm by w(1( u fl(jn, ,,, ojIenila of ,!,
street repair were counl to the incroa- ,,o)I(o Conr, arp ,!,, ,, t() thc rP.v.
cd demands uf tin sieadlly growms
stuel area ot the city, tho coucitislu.i
of Incompetence would be easily reac'i
oil. The illiect responilljllliy ot the
olllclals foi fallme to hae this niirp
ineiu at hnnd is a illfllnilt pioblem m
iletri mine. At this s'ae In tho gam
suih deterniluuilon is not partlcul.ub
The streets ale In such miserable
condition that the only excuse for fall
m u to make tempoinrj Iniprmeineni i
can onl bo the result of n shortslghtei
policy of leaving thc thoimtgllfaies to
shift for themselM'x until such time
as new stiect levels are established and
the complete riontruction can be
carried on according. There may r.u
ho enouph load i oilers and link el ush
ers. This i uppaiiut Hut a sang ot
pick and iitmcl lalioicis could lu
Mumetliliis towards making streets
nnunlde 11 stniidard ifltlch many of
them hardl) come up to at tho puscu
day". Cobble sione would Indent b.
profentd to th boles ana iiogcs inn
encounteiol on King. I.lllha. Hotel,
lleietanla. I'limlibowl. I.uiiiilll" an I
Klnnu stieets and Wilder avenue to bj
nothing of tho less fieqtienled nud
vvavs It Is at least possible to make a
common level on all streets thoui'ri
this level mav not be of Ry lollliu
macndain. Thcic are an numbu of
places In these streets thai aro a (ou
stant menace to caiilages and tlulr oc
cupants. No cMll7ert dtj dem.iivU
thnt lis citlwns shall not drive fasti r
than a walk Yet the dilver takes n s
life In his htiuds who gora at a mire
rapid pace in cert.iln public lilghwa.
particularly In the evening
I.lllha street fiom King to School his
morn the nppeaninci of a dried up bog
hole tha na public thoroughfaire. King
strict through IMlamn Is the same
thing except that tho holes are not
ipilte as large and there Is slightly lest
danger of a carriage being tipped ovi
while tin' erslng the mtild'o of the mid.
Punchbowl street Is on the same old r
and nil the sticts towaid Mnklkl have
sections as nail u noi unc
TnL.n hv n:ul l.irco tho stieets of
Honolulu are a disgrace to -my Ivillzid,
romp unity. The most corrupt m
clpnllt that evei existed eanni.t po'nt
to surh general chaos and pienlstoiic
examples of pathways as now cxU's
throughout the stieet system of Mono,
lulu. Tho people-1 pajtng a Por.il tn i
aie receiving nothing In leturn bu:
broken caiilages and conscnuent bills
Dp. AnichHC Colnfi.
Hr. Ameste of the I'nlted States Ma
rine Hospital Coips who has been do
ing such oxcelluit work for the gov
ernment at this port for neaily a year,
has been ordeied to Manila bay to takii
the same I osltlou that ho has occupied
heie. He will leave for his new post
In the Hongkong Main next Wednes
day. Dr. Ainessa's place will bo tahei.
by Dr. llihienberg who has been on
duty lu fcew Yorlt City. Hi. Hah cn
heig Is a vouug nnn hut ho hai seen
a gieat deal of servke under the gov
ernment. He has been on missions to
I.lvemool. Glasgow and London nnl
has done eeellont work. He was un
der Dr Carmlchael when tho latter ivus
stntloned nt Cleveland. Ohio.
On ii Viicntlon.
Harry M. Whitney, who for fifteen
yenrs has been Identified with the
house of W. a Ii win ft Co. left hero
for the Const on the last trip of ho
Zealandia for a much needed and de
As to when ho will resume hs duties nt
lili accustomed desk. Is n matter of
conjecture liy 'Ills numerous frlondi,
whom h has n happy faculty of help
ing gueshlng as to Just when he will io-tuin.
3 WI I lil'I
IF FRANCIS MURPHY'S WORK ,
HAS RESULTED IN GOOD
To The Community at Largc-A Few
Figures From Police Court Sub
mitted by Critics Who See
Whenever a tenipeiiinco lectmer en
ters a city for the purpose of Hunting
nRnlnst the curse of Honor, there Is ,i.
was a certain piopoitlon of the peopl-i
who stand aloof and ciuestlon the effl-:r
... t I... - l...
cinry or I lie worh. i ncj pmiu in uivun; wum k, . tumv "mi, w.
audiences and say. "Vim see nmniiK
thoie people, n eiy few of those who
need reformliiR. Those who aie listen
In to that lertuicr arc people who aie
not Inlluenced liy the temptation of
, ., has been the case In Honolulu.
i.nim.. Murnhv has come, has lectured
ly soniethlrK the publb rejoleei In.
"Hut what about the effect on the
general iiubllc"" This Is a qiie'tlnn that
many thinking men hne In their
minds today and many arc unkind
enough to snv tVr statistics show sum
verv p i mr tilings one of which Is
the fai- that when a temperance !i-
tuier coripli'tef his wo,-k
In a eli i
crs of the Bulletin without coninicni
XovcnbT H. th'ee eaes of dnink-enns-
13, none, lis. four: 17, none; 1
(Stindnvl; 1'J. sixteen and 20. two To
tal of 'J." cases.
December 1. two cases of iliuiilcn
r.css; 2. (Sundnv): 8 ten: 1. one, '.
tlnee: G, two. and 7. five Total of '1
December II two: 1.'. none; K. (S'tn-.-da;
17. tvventv-elght. IS. foui. I1
elglit, nnd ?0. eight Total of 50 eases
Contrail these flgutes with the fo'
lowiug. taken fiom the same source ns
the above- January is. seven: 19. fo.'i.
2d iS'im'av)- 21. twenty: 22. sevrp,
23. seven: 21. fourteen. Total of o'.t
Tio Inst week of t'lancis Murph'
crusade In the city Is taken because,
liv thl3 time, the effect of his vvoik
should bo showing in full force. 01
I course, the increase over tne weens
Ip'-endlng. may be simply a mutter of
inrelilont, and the v eek beginning wlt'i
m.i slinvv beiier lesults ns the
peonle of Honolulu slnreielv hop".
The only question In the minds of
some of the ciltles seems to In
good along the lino of stamping o'tt
good rlnng the lien of stamping ot
the too llbeinl use ot stiong dilrl: In
An onlei has licen Issued bv As
Adjt r.en. Ilabcock to the loriniend.i
otllieis of the tinnspmts n 1 1 1
I'nlted States tioops. lalllng .ittent'' u
to the fact that xeveial nils of trespass
have been tcported to the dep.iitmeiii
legal ding the actions of soldleis en
lonte to Manila fiom thl pint, and the
department has directed that the ior.1-
I mandlng offlieis take sttcli steps as aie
j nccessaiy to pievent the lominlttlng of
outiages such as looting of gardens
and Indcient nnd dlsonleilv coudu
I and to liiRtriiii the p.itiols In the CI.
of Honolulu as to their duties towarb
i the loial authoiltles.
tic c N 1 pnjj in0 ilir I
I im not out torob the public
but simply to earn a living In
a IfB'tlmpJe iv ay. My mo.to
Is "HONLST'WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing bulnes to Fe
bt. oppoilte tl.r Club Stables
lelerhon:, White wi.wh're
I base In to.lt the following
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle p'atiJ trlmtnlnKs;
aU wood, zinc lined
Water Closets, Wah Out.
and Svphon, jet t)le.
Sinks of Pres,seJ Steel, both
E tlvanicd an J enam led.
La-vatuile, enani'led Iron,
and limbic with nkkle t-lattd
Wash Tiays, entmeled Iron
with wooj cove".
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hut Water Rollers and Stands
Water Pire, paucets and Trim
rn'iiKJ, Galvan ?ej Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, I In
Jobbing Promptly 'ittencVJ to.
Work and Materials Guiran-
Your TraJe Is Solicited.
JaS. Nolt, Jr., Sanitary Plumber.
TRAFFIC IS LEGALIZED
BY NATIONAL LEGISLATION
Smith and Hamakua Mill Co. Kapio-
lani Estate and Mrs. Atcherly
Estate of the Late Mrs.
Tho stenographic lecord of JuiIk-i
Huinphrcji' decision on thtec opium
cases jcserilny says: "The couit flnda
that t!u low piohlliltlng tho possession
oltii.i In the llnwnllnn Islands nrte.
I ! I i r , i. In V. linonhln nffnntl a fi I
wit. the I ith of June. 1000. ceased to be
opratlw. such law being In conflict
with the Constitution of tho 1'nltiM
Stntcs and against the settled pollcj ot
tho I'nltcd States ns evinced by It In
placing a tariff duty upon opium nnd
permitting It to he brought within tho
confines of tho United States upon the
paj mgnt uf juch duty." .
Opposed to tho view- Just ccprcSftd
was a Washington Slate decision. bn
two months after the latter the I'nltcd
States Supremo Court rrndcifil n ile-
illon iontrai to that of thc Washing-1
ton mint. Wilder fc Itoherthon and
W A. Ilinshnll apiieared for defen
dants. Henry Smith's ejectment suit agalnn
the Ilamakua Mill Co. has been re
mitted to the Circuit Court In ptirsu
nncco of n recent Supreme Coutt de. 1-,
lly stipulation of counsel Kaplolnul ,
F-lato vs. Mnry II Atcherley will hr
-i aid by Judge Humphreys net Wil-
An Inventory of tho late Katie 1'.
Flmn show real estate valued at fH'O'i
1'id t iiHonallj at S1U0
tri vtorlJulIt Jnuhlt
I Icctrlc Trui
V I J s
yit Ik ten n ('
l IT . Iklv ii
.(' IICUlkllT Si
t'l iuinJ of ra.
nnitncllc I loitlc Trum Co.,
6o Mailel Slffct San I ksus o
2 Cans for 25c.
Ju t received a full line of new
TAHIX nlIT, JAMS ETC.
Relish, Catsup, Etc
)LW per bbh.
(jy $9.00 per case, ' m
4 dozen quarts w
'.( $5.00 per case, )
? 1 dozen uuarts W
J- DELIVERED. , t
jt Coinpnny, Ltd. U'
,j klVO ANO B6THEL STUUTS fj .
R. W. ATKINSON
rUKNIMILDOK UNrUUMSHI D
ROOM ii, MAGOON BLD.,
Closing Out "
For the Holidays
ilFRENCH CHINA' at Cut 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
TO HI2 3WE5Hr
Vou MhoulcJ littvu
unu cif tliu LntoHt Jtylu
v-rr it- - it
J . -fcni-
We have )ut received a new shlpmrnt direct from the factory, painted
In the Litest Styles with CiliEtN. RUSSET ai d DRAB.
Wood or Wlro Whccl, Solid Rubber Tires,
Poldlnn or Cnnopy Top.
'i ii -:s a a- a- .' it a i :: a-
Due to arrive Ex. "JOHN CURRIER.'
Ten Thousand (10,000) Barrels Roche
Harbor Lime, also
One Million (1,000,000) Red Brick.
T1IE0. II. DAVIES & CO., Lid,
AGENTS FOR Steillnp Lubricating Oils, Clariphos, Arsen
Cement, Paitl.iml Cement, Giant Povvder Co., Angle Lamp Co.,
J Diclfs Balata Beetiny, Roche Harbor Lime, New Home Sewine
Machintb, and Pan-American Hand Sewing .Machines.
DEALERS IN Agateware, Glassware, Crockery, Harness,
Saddles and Leathers, Kujjs, Brass Bedheads, Trunks, Valises,
Matting Safes, Linoleum, Rilles
General Hardware and Plantation
U ii ii
aSal 111 )S2'
WASHINGTON LIQMT CO.
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanii
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or iess, and known astheNuuanu
Pali S.i'oon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf is Kaahumanu St,
--or:7i2?PRr-w - S.. I
x.,ijiirrv -,r1.i:-n k.. bm
n Great Variety.
BRAC nt Bnrrtnln.
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a- -r. CtP-l
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H.. -V' XN
Pete ten Fort nnd Alakei Streets. ii
..'.'. t :i a a a :: :: a u a :: a A' a :
and Shot-guns, Powder and Caps,
'.' '.' W ''-' H H H ii ii ii
In Door .
IOO to 500 Candle 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
bv proving property and paying expenses
Tribune. No. J7o: Colnmhla. Nn. R-.ni-
euiuniuia, wo. ut ic;
i li M j'.-f: , 7. : ..
Eldredge, No. 24710:
Imperial, No. 1450G.
lOUtia TENDER CORN
Is the number of MAY & CO'S
telephone. King them up nnil
order some fresh
Wild Duck I
H. MAY & CO.,
Boston Block. Fort Street
MERICOURT IS INVINCIBLE
I The Supreme Court unanimously de
nies the motion of defendant for ie
hearing In Aithur CI Morlcourt vs N'or
walk I'lro Insurance Co. Justice Oat
bralth Is author ot tho opinion, con
cuned In by Chief Justice l'rear an 1
Attome W. I.. Stanley. It Is held that
I the Insured was. In the circumstances
' stated, under no obligation to volun
, teer Information about his past llfo
or losses by Are, and that It was not
error to disallow proof that tho Insured
, had suffered four different losses by
I (lie before coming to the Islands. A. S.
Humphreys and J. T. I)e Holt for plain
tiff; Kinney, Ilallou & SlcClanahan for
Boat Is) Rctupncil.
The large and unwieldy boat thit
I was iccelved heie for the use of tho
Qiiaitermnster's ilepnrtment nbout u
. year ago, will be returned to San I'ran
i cIsco on the tiansport Warren.
I The boat Is about twcnty-flvo feet
long nnd wns entirely unlit for tho pin
pose Intended requiring somo tvvcho
to fifteen men to put It around tho
harbor. It was sent hero during tint
time thnt Major Hulilen was nt tho
head of the department.
, !eyim'iiiitini'fiir E2 to Cflrfy
iGESSLEfi&IT F-7to take
, : WAFERS I ache" "aCi
ISSUE K0ND8 TO GUARANTEE
the faithful discharge of the dutle of
Managers, Secretaries, Cashiers, Book
keepers, Clerks of Batks, SaUrmen,
Agent, Offiie-men, Officers of Soci
eties and Lodges, Emplojees of the
United States Government of the Cus
toms and Internal Revenue and Post
of Delivery Wagons, Watchmen,
Shipping Clerks, Traveling. Sales
men, Contractors, Paymasters In the
Army and Navy, Importers and Ex
porters. Railroad and Street Railway
Assignees, Receivers, and all petsons
holding positions of trust.
The PoliclcHof the Company Cover
Plate Glass, Including Lettering and
Embossing, and Plate Glass Mirrors.
Steam Boilers, Indemnifying the In
sured against loss or damage to pro
perty, or for accidental bodily lujurv
or death, and covering periodical
GEAR, LANSING & CO., Agents,
JUDD UUILDING, FORT ST.
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