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EVENINd BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 1901,
rbllhed Every Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of 11., by the
ULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
WALLACE II. PAUIUNGTON ..Editor
Entered nt the Post Odlco at Hono
lulu as second class matter
Per month, anywhere In U. S. . .$ .75
rtr year 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Office Box 718
.JANl'AHY 2S. 1001.
Tho Tcimeiwe laborers are on n
strlko niul n number of them have re
turned to Honolulu. Comment Is un
necessary. Tho publication of probate advertise
ments In the Evening Bulletin was first
Instituted by Judge II. E. Cooper. Be
ing a man of same independence nnd
tipprcciatlug the marked superiority of
the Bulletin court reports ns well ns Its
general circulation nmong business
men, Judge Cooper objected to burying
probate notices out of sight In the Hn
wailau (lazctte, whlili may be read by
at lenst six people In Honolulu outside
tho Advertiser ofilic.. At no time In
the Inst seen years has tho publica
tion of the probate notlres met with
greater satisfaction among those In
terested In tho various estate, than It
hns slnco publication has been made
In tho Evening Bulletin. Tho only
prestige either tho Advertiser or (la
zclin has ever had has been Its superior
capacity to bold nil tho p.ip fed by the
political ring known ns tho family
compact.. Tho Advertiser under Its
present management has never liked
Cooper, nnd because Humphreys pos
sessed an equal degree of Independent
honesty, he lecclves the full force of the
organ's Jealous wrath.
PROVE YOU II STATEMENTS.
Ab for the dollar rnte It Is tho
Raino as that proffcied by tho
Bulletin, although this paper (Ad
vertiser) has more than double the
circulation of Its evening contem
Thn opportunity Is now offered the
Advertiser to provo this statement.
The "dollar rate" Is not the bid made
by the Bulletin. The Bulletin Publish
ing Company bid 90 cents per page for
promulgation of the decisions or J2.70
per column. Figures don't lie, though
prevarication Is n favorlto pastlmo of
The Advertiser claims a circulation
of more than doublo the Eenlng Hullo.
tin. This statement Is so thoroughly
Idiotic ns to make the morning organ
ns usual u (aligning stock, it Is merely
an untruth resulting from tho Adver
tiser's ponderous brngndoclo. The
Bulletin challenges tho Advertiser to
proio Its statements In u single, par
ticular. ADVERTISER JEALOUSY.
As was anticipated tho Advertiser
arises to make excuses for Chief Jus
tice Frear In making the award for the
publication of the Supremo Court re
port to the highest bidder. A notable
feature of this explanation Is the man
ner In which tho official organ evades
Chief Justice Frear's admission that
THE AWAHD WAS TO ALL IN
TENTS AND PURPOSES ALUEADY
MADE WHEN THE CLERK OF THE
COURTS WAS INSTRUCTED TO AD
VERTISE FOR TENDERS Tho Ga
zette Company had already done $300
WORTH OF THE WORK BY AND
WITH THE KNOWLEDGE AND CON
SENT OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE.
Tho morning organ seeks to bolstrr
up its unfortunate position by mlsrep-
rcprescntlng the bid made by tho Bul
letin, making a wild brag about Its
circulation nnd charging the Bulletin
with doing Inferior work for tho tax
Tho Bulletin's tender was $1.73 for
printing and binding the report, and
90 cents per page or $2.70 per rolumn
for promulgation. In other words
$2.05 a pngo. Tho Advertiser's tender
was $1.77 per page for printing and
binding; $1 per page or $3 a column
for promulgation, making a total of
$2.77 per page for tho work. We glvo
these figures that the Advertiser may
have amplo opportunity to state facts
which wcro at its disposal in tho offlco
of the clerk of courts but which It was
careful not to bo guided by..
As to tho character of the work done
by tho Bulletin Publishing Company
for the tax office, wo leave for tho tax
ascssor to state for himself. That any
department or business houso should
bo forced to accept any work not satis.
factory Is absolute nonsense. Work
that Is not satisfactory can bo turned
back to any otllco nnd payment refused.
The Advertiser adopts the favorlto
method of tho lawyer who having no
case, expends bis energy In damning
his opponent. The public is not, mis
led. The Bulletin fully agrees with the
Advertiser that every tender should bo
accompanied by a bond thnt tho work
shall be properly performed. And the
. Bulletin would also demand that ten
ders shall bo called for In such a man
ner that no offlco by vlrtuo of Us pre
vious knowledge through prlvato Infor
mation, shall practically bo assured of
tho awanl on account of having ordered
either special typo or material which
Is known by prearrangement will be
the only typo or material accepted by
those awarding the contract.
Tho Advertiser would Indeed be
pleased If the'Bulletln Publishing Com
pany wero not In n posltlon'to turn out
tho Supremo Court reportB or any other
Jlrst class and satisfactory work In
newspaper publication or Job printing.
Much to the Advertiser's disgust the
Bulletin has been steadily expanding
In all Us departments and mechanical
equipment. Having recently moved Its!
mechanical department Into new and
commodious nuarters. purchased In-
creased new material and tho bindery
formerly conducted by T. O. Thrum,
the Bulletin Is In a position to furnish
nnd supply anything nnd ever) thing
In tho Job printing or publishing line.
This work Is excelled by no publishing
house lu the Territory of Hawaii and It
Is far superior to anj thing that the
Advertiser ever has or can turn out.
Our contemporary's Jealousy hai been
so far nrouscd ns to cause It to launch
forth Into statements untruthful nnd
reflecting no Injury unon nny une but
tho childish minds that dictate the ut
terance. Important Capture
By Detective Kaapa
Detective David Knapa believes lh.it
ho has nt Inst trapped thi person, who
since November last, has been rebblnc
various servants' quarter. at WalUlUl.
He has him safely stowed ni.Tj nt the
police station and, with him. an ac
complice who has given thn t whole
Thn name of the former Is Kameln
meha. a hnlf wilted young 111..11 viiiw
remaining portion of wit nceitis to hive
been turned nil In ono direction. Tim
name of his accomplice is Kali.1 and
both aro residents of W.ilklkl.
Sliue the time mint'lnned nhevp. tin
following placr.s nt Wu'kiM have b'-tn
robbed: Servants quarters at 11. J.
oltu'o. T. Holllng-it's. C II. Collins.
J. II. Castle's. Capt. Boss". Mir. Camp
bell's, the Japanese iii'ber shop near
I.cmmoli's. Chinese quarters at Kaplo
lanl park. C. J. KalkV nnd Japanes"
quarteis of Japanese working for 11. It
The two rlncs stolen Iron Nnltcs
li,io been recovered by note-live Kan
pa. They were sold to a Japaneso wo
man on tho Walklkl rc.id. near the
Hopkins switch. Her dcilptlon of the
person who sold them to her and the
description of tha Japanese woman jl
Nolte's who saw t!-c thief escaping,
tally exactly wlta tho de'criptloti of
The young man himself jays he found
11 diamond ring nt tho rr.iar.cu to
Alnahau and thnt he sold this to one
of the women nt tho Iwllel corral.
Kapa will go out thero tonight to In
vestigate. The detective believes that
this was also a stolen article.
Ea-ha, tho accomplice of Knmeham"
ha, has confessed to having been the
one who watched outside of the Col
lins resldenco while tho latter went In
to do tho robbing.
Detective Kaapa believes that ho will
now he able to locate the wutches sto
len from the home of O. .1. Fnllt for he
Is morally certain that Knmchamcha Is
tho ono who did the Job.
WATCHMAN IS DEAD.
Tho old South Sea Island watchman
who was Btabbed fatally nt tho pol fac
tory of Judge Wilcox. Kallhl, last Sat
urday morning, died nt tho Queen's
hospital on the nfternoon of tho same
day. The police havo not yet caused
nny arrests of persons supposed to
have been Implicated In the assault but
they aro keeping their eyes open. No
Coroner's Jury has been summoned ns
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth wishes
to do a lltle more Investigating beforo
he takes this step.
Woman Died Suddenly.
Kenut, n native woman aged, about
CO, died Inst night at her home ln'NIo
lopa. Nuuanu valley, nfter an Illness of
only a few hours. Tho body has been
removed to tho morguo whero a post
moitein examination Is to bo held this
afternoon. Thero Is something rather
suspicious nbout the death of this wo
man. Tho Coroner may have another
caso of wood alcohol poisoning on his
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 "HONEST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to Fi
St. opposite the Club Stables,
Telephone, White 3571, where
1 have in stock the following
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle plated trimmings j
ali wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out.
and Syphon, jet style.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,,
and marble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron. ,
Hot Water Bol lers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
m'ngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber.
Kash Co., Limited,
Has Filed Papers
Articles of incorporation were incu
today with Trcasmrer Lansing for the
Kash Company, Limited." Tho pur
po3o for whlcli tho company Is orgnn-
ffced Is to carry on the business of mer
chants nnd dealers In general mcrchnn
Tho new firm acquires theuslnes",
property nnd liabilities of tho partner-
nli! 1, firm nf t.e.vlnsstont Boule. .mer
chants, knows as "Tho 'Kash," 'The
charter allows tho new corporation to
ex't&rtttohd Import merchandise to
dcnliii real estate, bonds, stocks nnd
The capital stock Is fixed nt $75,000,
divided Into 7C0 -shares of the par
value of $100 each. Option Is retained
to extend the capitalisation to $160.
000. The term of years Is fifty.
Tho Incorporators aro Isador Levlng
ston. Arthur Sonic, Mnnnle Phillips
l'rnnk Woodbrldgo nnd William II.
Smith. Isador Lcvlngston Is president
and holds .171 shares of the stock, Ar
thur L. Soulo Is treasurer with 373
shares, l'rnnk WooUbrldge Is treas
urer and with Phillips nnd Smith, hold
one share each.
Daniel I,ognn for many years con
nected with tho Bulletin In editorial
nnd rcportorlnl capacities has resigned
his position ns city editor nnd taken a
similar post with tho Honolulu Repub
lican, tho progressive paper of the
morning newspaper field. Mr. Logan
takes up his now work with the best
wishes of his former associates for
continued success. As a writer and
news gsthcrcr Mr. Logan has no super
iors In tho newspaper fraternity of Ho
nolulu. W. II. Coney has been advanc
ed to the position of city editor. He
will be nsslsted In tbp local work by
U W. Haworth, D. L. Conkllng and T.
You Shouli WMT
Dr.Plerce's Electric Bell
It cli New Life ant
Ditfrty to weak mm and
women, arm ior uuuk
IET SO.t." AJiresft
I'lUUCU SLUCTRIC CO.,
$IZ,3U Per ' it
4 dozen quarts
jj $5.60 per case,
jjj 2 dozen quarts
j Company! Ltd. ii
A KINO AKD BBTMEL &TREITS. ifif
7t W. ATKINSON
" OF-FIC& --vJ
' " OFFICE.
Furnished op Unfurnished.
ROOM 11. MAGOON BLD.,
6 JO "'U
BBTIlEL street. t
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
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Sterling Blue Flame Oil Stoves
Having closed out our old stock of the old
patterns, we are now offering the latest
Improved Patterns. Call and ex
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
Ihese nre NEW GUODS and the QUAL
ITY and PRJCE w.ll please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
Nhv iNVoiChS to Hand.
A lrge stock
and a large assortment cf useful HOUSE
HOLD UlbNSlLS now being opened up.
Bethel Street Household Denartment. IW
You hIiouIU linve
ono of tlic 1-ntont Style
We have just received a new shipment direct from the factory, painted
In the Litest Styles with GREEN, HUSSET and DIMIi.
Wood or Wire Wheels, Solid Rubber Tires,
Folding or Canopy Top.
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Due to arrive Bx. "JOHN CURRIER."
Ten Thousand (10,000) Barrels Roche
Harbor Lime, also
One Million 1,000,000) Red Brick.
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., Lid,
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lubricating Oils, Clariphos, Arsen
Cement, Portland Cement, Giant Powder Co,, Angle Lamp Co.,
Dicks Balata Beeting, Roche Harbor Lime, New Home Sewing
Machines, and Pan-American Hand Sewing Machines.
DBALERS IN Agateware, Glassware, Crockery, Harness,
Saddles and Leathers, Rugs, Brass Bedsteads, Trunks, Valises,
Matting Safes, Linoleum, Rifles and Shot-guns, Powder, and Caps,
General Hardware and Plantation Supplies.
IN OAKS, AT Til K
BEAtfER; LDpICH pi$.
n.J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Station and owners can have them
bv proving property and paying expenses
Tribune, No, 47591 Columbia, No. 8204;
Columbia, No. C118: Eldredge, No. 247)0;
Imperial, No. 14506, I7i6-tf
In Household nnd Kitchen Utensils ?'
will arrive on the "W. G.
etueen Fort and Atakea Streets.
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 SEE THEM.
C. W. Macfarlane,
JUST THINK !
Beats any proposition ever offered to
the public before In Honolulu. You
can buy an artistic modern six room
house, first-class plumbing with en
ameled fixtures "for 3000.00, right In
the heart of the city. Electric and
horse cars within one block.
$40,00 per month.
If this does'nt beat paying rent, what
See plans and learn particulars from
Chas. E. Moore,
Room 6, Magoon Block,
I7l6-im Merchant and Alakta Sts.
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. CORRHA,
1702-tf 15 Kaahumanu St.
S'tfW. "mf al ' A ft
Is the number of MAY & CD'S- '"
i telephone. Ring them up and '
order some fresh ,.
Wild Duck! PATES-
H. MAY & CO.,
Boston Block. Fort Street
W'nlhiku, Jan. 20. Miss Caroline
llnysehlcn was married to Ilev. WIN
Ham Ault nt tho church of the Ilot.v
Innocents, Lahalna. by Ills Lordship
Ulshop Willis last Thursday evening,
Tho little clmrch was tastefully dec
orated for tho occasion, Mrs It. P.
Hose having charge of tho decorations.
Promptly nt 7 o'clock the Ulshop read
the marriage services of the English
MIes Clara Northern of California, a
cousin of tho bride, wns bridesmaid,
whllo cQo. Hayselden, brother of the
bride, acted as best man. Messrs. F.
H. Hayschlcn Jr. and David Hnysclden
were the ushers.
When the service wns over, n re
ception was held at the residence of tho
bride, only the members of the, family
being present. Soon afterwards Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Ault left for Wnlluku
whero they aro enjoying their honey
moon. This Saturday evening between
8 nnd 9 o'clock nt tho homo of Mrs.
J. W. U Marshall, wlfo of the head
lima of the Wnlluku plantation, n re
ception will bo tendered Mr, and Mrs.
Ault by the members of the Wnlluku
Ladles' Guild, and a large gathering Is
Woman Hurt In Runaway.
Mrs. Rcld was thrown from hrr
buggy early this morning nt the cor
ner of Queen nnd Nuunnu street. Sho
wns badly bruised nnd frightened. The
horso ran off iip'Nimahti street turning
into King. Down Klhg street toward
the Capitol building, tho rig was going
at a mad pace, when overtaken by
Lieutenant Lesllo of the Mounted Pa
trol. Ho gripped the reins nnd Foon
brought the horso to a standstill. Mis.
neld was taken to a doctor's ofllcc for
Lnunch Party Yesterday. '
Commodoro Arehlo Young entertain
ed Dr. Uecmnn nnd a party of friends
on his launch Wnterwltch yesterday.
Tho party started for cParl harbor early
In tho morning nnd lunched at Clar
ence Macfnrlane's country place."
After luncheon, a trip around the
harbor was made and, after an enjny-
nblo run home,, tho guests wero landed
at tho boat landing a little after 4
SMITH In this city, on Saturday,
January 26. 1901, to the wlfo of A. T.
Smith, a daughter.
GUILD In this cjty, on Sunday morn
ing. Jo the wife of Andrew Oulld, a
KOBINSON In Walluku. Jan. 20,
1901. to tho wife of W. T. Robinson,
Miss Ackerman and Miss Murcutt tho
travelers and. lecturers will meet tho
la"dles of Honolulu tomorrow, Tuesday,
nt 2:30 p. mt In tho prayer meeting'
room of Central Union church and ad
dress them upon topics vital to the so
cial life of this city. All ladles aro
urged to attend.
f Guarantee Department
I8BUE. BONDS TO GUARANTBB
the falthful.jilschargc of,the duties of
Managers, Secretaries, Cashiers, Book
keepers, Clerks o( Banks, Salesmen,
Agents, Office-men, Officers of Soci
eties and Lodges, Employees of the
United States Government of the Cus
toms and Internal Revenue and, Post
Office Departments,Collectors,Drl vers
of Delivery Wagons, Watchmen,
Shipping Clerks, Travelling, Sales
men, Contractors, Paymasters In the
Army and Navy, Importers and Ex
porters, Railroad and Street Railway
Assignees, Receivers, and all persons
holding positions of trust.
The Pollclesof the Company Cover
Plate Glass, Including Lettering and
Embossing, and Plate Glass Mirrors.
Steam Bolters; 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,
JUDD BUILDING, FORT ST.
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