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nVHNlNO BULLETIN, HONo'lULU, H. T WEDNESDAY, JAN. 30. 1901.
Published Livery Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of II., by hc ""
PLLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
WALLACE K. FARIUNQTOX ..Editor
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Post Office Uox 718
JANTAUY 30. 1901.
The l'edernl department of Justice
Mill Ink, tuitn nf the fnrt that flip men
who seek to control the Judiciary of self to evade the law by making a pre
1 law all call for tenders on lontncts trnsc to obey the letter of It, It Is to
after the work has nlrcad) been par
tlally completed by one of the supposed
Again the Chief Justice seems to hue
tome to the conclusion that It does not
do to talk too much. The Chlif .lus
tlie of a Supreme Court who gles out
Interviews attacking a Clriult Court
Judge, writes communication to law
Journals In which his only argument Is
to refer to a newspaper as a circuit n number of bouldirs have been n
court Judge's organ, and then calls for countered.
tenders on a contract already partly T. well Is being teamed piepaintory
finished does not Increase the standi! e1 to the Instalment of n larger casing,
of illgnlt.v which the American public The contractors the McCandless Itios.
expects of the high position he holds
n one In search of sin nnd Inlqultv
of the lowest order enn find It In every
cltj or town of the ilvlllzed world The
fac t Is b no means an excuse for Its
existence. Such conditions can he Im
proved to n certain extent by law re
sulting from special agitation If per
manent reform Is desired, the work
must begin by reaching the hearts of
the people, the good ns well as the bad
The hearts of the bad ones cannot be
reached by telling them how thorough
ly evil the are Tho only true method
for the church nnd Its satellites to , ba(.gni? tnroe monsters They have
pursue Is to point to the advantages of I ,,,,. ,,x,itnK tales to tell of their ex
the higher life. Ipetlences.
The Advertiser repljlng li the chal-
lenge to give proof of Its assertion that
the Advertiser has more than double
ine circulation oi ine iiuiieiiu. uvhwii
Unit ns follows;
"Nothing has been heard from
the Ilulletln's representative who
went to Washington to trytond un
seat Delegate Wilcox, but It Is pre
sumed he will soon return to en
gage In the current enterprise of
trlng to Induce Wilcox's friends
to accept the little paper as their
Is this the kind of argument that
thake s presents off the Supreme Court
HXPLA NATION WANTED.
1 he Independent )
A gieat kick has been reglstcml be
cause the Chief Justice has given t'ie
contract foi the" printing and binding
of volume 13 of Hawaiian Uepurts lo
the Ilnwallan Gazette Conipanv al
though smaller bids were tendered b
the Evening llulletln and The Repuh'
can If the Chief Justice considered
that thei work would be done bettei liv I
the fiazettc Company tliun bv -'ic
other bidders he whs entitled to giant
tho e ontrac t to the fiazette Conipanv Ir
lespectlve of Its higher figures The
point, however which places the CI I'f
Justice. In a peculiar position and
which a published lettei fiom the f'lilf
Cleik clots not explain Is the fact that
pan of the work had been given to t'.1
Giti.etto Conipanv before tendeis for
the contract wete called fen, and tint
it undoubtedly was the Intention to
give the cuntrnct to that company with
out reference to the bids of others The
Chltf Justice vlrtunllj made fool cf
the piopiletors of other printing ofllces
when he asked them to lUuie em a co-i-tract
which he nuclei no tlrcumr.me s
would have granted them anv'ion 't
Is a transae tlcm which reflects no "c 'it
on the Chief Justice, and which de
in mils legislation for the prevention o'
.1 i c petition nf such uncalled fur fivoi'
Itlsm The Clerk In his letter to the
Ailieitlser Fas that the offltes of tne
(Jazette, Republican and llulletln ver
crowded with work to get out the ne
ecsinry Judiciary blanks, the 'et of
which had to be changed owlnif o tho
passage of tho Organic Act Owlug to
this pressure the decisions In the Love
Jo) & Co. and Peacock S. Co. caBes nnd
In tho case nf Edwards, were given lo
the Gazette Company for public atlon In
the Advertiser, because It wis Import
ant that theso decisions should bo pub
lished at once. Why was It Iroaorinnt
we should like to know The p.utls In
teiested In the decisions had i.mloubt
edly reteived copies of them frni their
attorneys, nnd the public cmiM lead
the findings of tho Court In the news
columns of the papers. Derides the
pi luting offices mentioned th"ro nro
about half n dozen other es'iHIslinieiita
In the city which would have benn per
fectly willing to print some of the,
hlnnks which were crowding the odeos
mentioned to such nn extent that It be
en mo advisable to let the Gazette Com
pany start filling a contrail and foi
which tenders had not been called l.t
us now htar an explanation ficm Judge
Tenclei'K unci After Thought.
Analyzed them was no Intention 10
comply with the law by the Chief Jus
tice of tho Supreme Court by uskini
for bids for the printing of the Thh
teenth Hawaiian Ileport. llu'slmply
Intended to let tho Advertise' go tight
along printing It at the same, old price.
as though It was nobody's Inslnecr un
til Auditor Austin, In the 'dlschnrge of
his duties dlscoered that tin- l.vv li.nl
not been compiled vv Ith nniT rcTmcd in
audit the bills of the work p-esente d by
the Morning Organ. Then I'npa Kn.ir
went through a fnKe rail for bids iii.il
(n fhn ffiUn unllc nn Vicif rorlcfi nf P.mil
Ha and had the Clerk of the Bitpre'iH
Court call for bids for the work, well
knowing that no matter who submit
ted, the award would be made to the
Advertiser because that paper hail al
ready dono n lot of work before lids
were called for. Was ever such a farce
enacted before under an honest govrn
ment? And what makes this vvnro Is
the fact that the head of the Judiciary
of the Territory, JtW ery head and
front of' the department of Justice
should so Ignore Justice and right af
Judge Krear has done In this cav.
When n Chief Justice will lower him-
bring Ignominy and shame and dis
grace upon the courts and upon the
Chief Justice himself People will very
naturally say that If a Chief Justice i
wll stoop to this sort of work whoi
can expect to secure Justice In a court
over which he presides'
Younfi Block Well.
The well for the Young block has
noxv )CCn sunk 200 feet at which point
expect to obtain a good How of water
I nt a depth of POO feet. The rig In ne
j on the Young well Is the same that was
, Instilled nt the Sailors' Home when n
fine flow of water was obtained at a
depth of 1300 fett.
Ilun'ctl Wild Cnttle.
Messrs CouUen Dlgby Slogiett and
Paul laenhrrcr. .Ir whn rerentlv nrrtv.
d fr()m amaai mtlrlml SimiInj. af.
ter a pleasant trip to Kauai. Most of
their time was spent In the mountains
back of Llhue where they went to hunt
w(, calo Tne hn,eril B1,ccoe,ied In
A npw o(nce ,,,,,,.
w, Bt WDDholc , All Alkllc
The California Senate has passed a
resolution asking foi the removal of
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
hut simply to cam a living In
a leg'tlm.ite way. My motto
Is "Ho.NLST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing buslneis to K
St. opposite the Club Stables
Telephone, White 5571, w hire
I hive In sto.k the following
enameled Iron and steel da J,
with nkltle p'ated trimmings;
nisi wncd, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out.
andSvphon, Jet !.tle.
Sinks of PresseJ Steel, both
galvanized and enameled
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
am' m-rble with nlckle plated
WaMi rias, enameled Iron
with vvooj cove .
Slop Sinks, cn.imeleJ Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Plre, Faucets and Trim
mhigs, Galvan'zeJ Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Prumptly attended to.
Worl. and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS.Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber,
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
TELLI'IIONl -AtAIN :I08.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-date Hacks and
AT ALL HOURS.
ALL ORDI RS BV Tl Lbl'IIONC
rROAM'TLY ATTI.NDLD TO.
Calabashes turnid from Koa and
other native woods.
448 N. KING ST.
COMMIiNT ON NBW KING.
London, Jan, 23. The-J)ally Tele
graph publishes two editorials, under
tho catplons "The Queen" add "The
King" In the latter It savs-
'Most happily for him ho las, with
Infinite credit to -hlmselfi passed
through n period of probation In some
vvas more dlfllcult and certainly more
prolonged thnn that to which any suc
cessor to a throne In modern times has
been subjected. Ho assumes tho bur
den of tils Imperial task equipped ivttli
all the Invaluable experience which, the
most painstaking discharge of great
duties could -e. Me him during th6 life
time of his august mother."
Tli Times sajst "If anything can
In some measure console the nation for
the Ircparahle lots It has sustained It
Is the welt founded conviction that the
Queen has left behind her a worthy
successor who mnv be trusted to walk
In her footsteps."
The Standard expresses regret that
the Queen was not spared to sec peace
restored In South Africa.
The Dally News sa Queen Victoria
was alnn;s a peacemaker It reftrs
to the Incident of her modifying In a
pac Iflc sense Lord Russell's dispatch In
the Tient cilse
NEW WORK A PIONEER.
The nnnual meeting of the Pioneer
Mill Co. was held this morning at 10
o'clock nt the offices of II llackfeld &
Olllerrs were elected to serve for the
ensuing eat as follows Paul Isenberg
piesldent. II. A Isenberg. lee presi
dent. T Klamp. secretary: II Schultze
treasurei. and Pfo tenhauer. The
"bove otllcers excepting the auditor to
gether with J A. McCandless. P. W
Macfarlane and II. l'ocke constitute
tbe board of directors.
The directors nic now preparing a re
pent upon the Installation of electric
power nnd pumps, nnd nisei the subject
of vvnfr supply The meeting adjourn
ed until March.
The new steamer Hannlel of the I I
S N Co. Is expected here about tho
lOtli of February. She will bring n
geetirnl cargo for this port and will
cpmo In command of Captain J. S
Oreen, former!) of tho Wnlaleale. Pur
ser .Morton M Tuft will nlso return on
the vessel and Captain Cirecn's bride
will be the only passenger.
Mr. E. 11. Paine Is not authorized to
collect any lillls whatsoever In behalf
of the Evening llulletln or the llulletln
Publishing Co. from this date
Ill'LI.ETIN Pl'IlLISHING CO.
Honolulu, Jnn. 30th 1901
You liuulJ cf r
Dr.Piercefs Electric Belt
It trUes NVw LlfeanJ
Lrercv to weak mm inj
omin. SnJ Ur uook-
j it. 1 "- njJim
ftjo 'i PILKC12 v.li:ct((ic co
,M--kct 51., ban Fra"Clcci
W mil iv 1 itirn i
i) UllLWAUIYCE 0
S "The Buffet"
I $1150 per bbl. I
(N $9.00 per case,
;J: 4 doen quarts W
1 $5.00 per case, i)
W 2 dozen quarts W
jl Cotnpnny, Ltd. yk-
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
f-f -f-f-f-f -f-t- -f
Sterling Blue Flame Oil Stoves
Hnving closed out our old stock of the old
patterns, we are now offcrlnj: the latest
Improved Patterns. C9II and ex
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In Household nnd Kitchen Utensils
Ihese are NEW GOODS and the QUAL
ITY and PRICE will please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NhVV INVOIChS TO HAND.
A Ihrge stock
i Lemon Squeezers
Bethel Street Household Department.
:i TO BI2
Vou MhoulU luivo
onu of the L.ntcit Stylo
Jt? aLlisC l J'.Sw ' i
We have just rectlveJ a new shipment direct from the factory, painted
In the Latest Styles with GRLLN, RUbSET and DRAU.
Wood or Wire Wheels, Solid Rubber Tirci.
1-oleJlnK or Canopy Top.
Vl OwtlUiVlAINi) Between Fort and Alake.i StreK
' U K A- W it .' O- C .' V
Due to arrive Ex.
Ten Thousand (10,000) Barrels Roche
Harbor Lime, also
One Million 0,000,000) Red Brick.
TIIE0. II. DAVIES & CO., Ltd,
AGBNTS FOR Steiling Lubricating Oils, Clariphos, Arsen
Cement, Portland Cement, Giant Powder Co,, Angle Lamp Co.,
Dicks Balata Beeting, Roche Harbor Lime, New Home Sewing
Machines, and Pan-American Hand Sewing Machines.
DEALERS IN Agateware, Glassware, Crockery, Harness,
Saddles anil Leathers, Rugs, Brass Bedstead'., Trunks, Valises,
Matting Safes, Linoleum, Rifles and Shot-guns, Powder and Caps,
General Hardware and Plantation Supplies.
it it it it it it it it it it it it it X-it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it
0 3NT XCE
FR, O Z E0ST
IN CANS, AT THE
BEAVER LDflCH 101$.
II. 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, 4759; Columbia, No. 8204;
Columbia. No. 61 if: Eldredge, No. 14710:
Imperial, No, 14506. 1710-tf
- --ff-' -t- .,
will arrive on the "V. G.
and a large assortment of useful HOUSE
HOLD UlbNSlLS now being opened up.
' H v" U H ?'.' .' v' H- it it it
HOLIDAY LIGHTS! I
Arch Lamps. .
IOO to SOO Candle Power.
f a it
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 Jjooo.oo, 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
Clias. E. Moore,
Room 6, Magoon Block,
1746-im Merchant and Alakea Sts.
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
inorr or less, and known as the Nuuanu
I'all Saloon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf 15 Kaahumanu St.
Henry May & (Jo.
Boston Block, Fort Street
24 Telephones 22. -
Juet In per
S. S. "Zealandla"
Fresh Eastern &. Coctail Oysters
Fresh Golden Gloss Uloaters,
Red and White Cabbage,
Fresh Finen Haddies,
Ru tab a goes,
Grenhagens Chocolate Creams,
and a lot of other delicies too num
erous to mention.
COME AND SEE US.
Deliveries leave daily to Waiklkl
And Pnl.-itnu, and the best of atten
tion gtmrtintecd.' t ',
CANAL AWAITS BRITAIN
Washington, Jnn. 18. Tho Ilcputill
cin Senators cloclilcil today not to set a
day. nt least for the present, fm- lulling
lip the Nlcarntxtin cannl Mil The elccl
Rlem vvns reached after nn hour nnd a
hnlf spent In mucus and w.vt mini
moiis.. Thu caucus was celled l.r. scly
hecniisc of Senator MorKan'j Inipoitu
nltles In behalf of tho hill in I an eTo't
vvns made to effect n satlsfac'eny m-!ii-tlon
of tho problem. There vvs n Ken
eral pxchnnge of views and u.iny
speeches were made, hut nftcr nil hnd
been said the Senntors concluded that
so long ns Great Ilrltaln's attitude to
ward tho amendments to the Hny
J'.aiincefote treaty Is undefined, It would
not be wise nor expedient to agitate tho
question of the construction of tho pro.
New York, Jan. IS Ilrlefs written
nt grcnt length nnd with no mincing ot
words hnvo been tiled In the Supreme
Court In tho nctlon of Ashcr Werthelm
er.tbo London brlc-n-hrnc dealer, to re
cover money nlleged to be due him, and
to reach the Income of Annn, Countess
do Cnstellnne, from the cstnto of her
father, th'e late Jay Ootiltl.
In his brief Samuel Untcrmever.
counsel for tho plaintiff, calls Count
Ilnnl nn "unconscionable ficamp."
PRESIDENT MAYS DINED.
San rrnnclsco. Jnn. 19. A brilliant
banquet loom assemblage of 230 of the
piomlneht repiesentntlves of San Fran
cisco's public nnd commercial life
nnd Producers' Association of Callfor
Hotel last night of the anniversary of
the organization of the Manufacturers'
and Producers' Asnclatleiu of Cnll'or
H a. Piesldent llnjs of the Southern
P.icltlc vvns the guest of honor. The
spccchmakerB were President Shnrboro
of the Manufacturers' nnd Producers'
Association, Mnor Phelnn, President
lln of tho Southern Pacific Company,
living M Scott of the I'nlon Iron
Works. William II. Mills of the land
department of the Central Pacific,
President Horace O. Piatt of the Pa
ildc Union Club. President Percy T.
Morgan of tho Cnllfornln Wine Asso
ciation and General W. II. I.. Uarnt-s.
KRITISII PROTEST EPFECTIVE
London. Jnn. 10. The cl'klng coi
rcspnndeut of the Dally Mall, wiring
Thursday sa "The Hrltlsh protest
has proved effectual nnd lliissln lias
expunged the obnoxious conditions
from the continct to restore the Shnn
llnl Kvvan Railroad to tho Iirltlsh
ticndholdcrs. Count von Waldersee vvlll
sign the levlsed convention toinon ow."
Washington, Jan. 19. A message
was iccelved today from Minister Con
ger nt Peking, elated last evening, stat
ing that tho Chinese plenipotentiaries
hnd signed nnd delivered tho protocol.
This removes the Inst doubt thnt had
nrlsei) ns to tho eenllng of the agree
ment, for It would not have been ac
cepted liy the Spanish Minister, who
is the dean of tho corps, unless It bore
all tho seals and signatures necessary
to glvo It full force.
I88UE BONDS TO GUARANTBE
the faithful discharge of the duties of
Managers, Secretaries, Cashiers, Book-
keepers, Clerks of 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
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 peisons
holding positions of trust. .
Casualty Department. I
The Pollcleso! the Company Covcp
Plata Glass, Including Lettering nnd
Embossing, and Plate Glass Mirrors.
Steam Belters, Indemnifying Ihe In
sured against loss op damage to pro
perty, or for accidental bodily Injury
or death, and covering terlodlcal
GEAR, LANSING & CO., Agents,
JUDI) UUILUING, FORT ST.
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