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ri:ilKUAKY 1, 1901
If all things are not sot right In Ha
waii, It will not be the fault of the Tn
loma Evening Nous In pointing out
Ilrjnn Is to visit Oom Paul. What
times the) will hae exploiting pessl
inlstlc theories and predicting the fall
of llrltlsh and American government
Tnko him up tenderly, handle lilm
vv Ith care Is the ndv Ice of Delegate Wil
cox to his part when dealing with the
Oovernnr of the Territory This Is
men nt their sessions nnd would In
deed cordially rtcclve suggestions pro
tided the outsider showed himself hon
estly Interested and not talking ag.ilnit
time to exploit a hobbj. There Is no
doubt that any and all committeemen
will Jio pleased to receive suggestions
from business men regarding the needs
of tho city and the bcu way to fu'flll
I lnvo the nihocates of delay made
rucIi suggestions, or do they prefer to
sit back In Indifferent case, that In
eent of the charter hating shortcom
ings they may point the finger of scorn
nnd say "I told ou so"?
Honolulu bulsness men seem blind to
tho fact that n municipal government
tnajorlt) has been elected to tho Legis
lature. They faco n fact not a theory
nnd as honest, practical, progressive
citizens should deal with the situation
A PLE,l:OR AMERICANS.
Honolulu Is fast becoming a haven
for temperance workeis. .ill of which I
Is highly gratlfjlng unless the ndvo-j
catcs get so thick the) will start In
fighting among themselves.
Senator Carter advocating tho use of
n machine at election This Is hard to
realize Tho public will take notice
however, that this Is a real maeh'ne.
not nn Imaginary bugaboo flaunted
with the Idea of Inlliicnclug voters
The saddest feature of Queen Vlc'or
las reign was that It should close In
tho midst of war and rumors of war
when the Queen's fondest hope wis
that national peace should mark her
last das. Neither nations nor their
rulers can stay tho hand of fate.
The public Is patiently waiting the
time when the new rock crusher will
he available and tho road supervisor
starts out on his much needed cam
paign of street Improvement Work
night and day on the erection of this
crusher would be Justified by tho condi
tion of the Btrects.
The Ynlo alumni of California have
established a free scholarship open to
California hojs. This ought to sug
gest u good example for the local
nltunnl of both Yale and Harvard. Our
older university men represent a goon
deal of money nnd certainly can afford
such a wise expenditure.
Mary Ellen I.easo again sues for n
divorce. It was only a few weeks ago
that sho announced her Intention of
going back homo and retiring from
politics Tho result speaks for ltslf
It will now be In order for Mary Ellen
to write articles for some home Journal
on tho wife nnd the home.
McKlnley Is testing tho capacity of
Judge Humphrc)8 to do nn Immense
amount of work on small pay, to Its
full limit. " And tho best of it Is the
Judge. Is equal to the additional dut
forced upon him. It doesn't follow,
however, that the courts can get along
forever without a second Judge In the
Ex-Mayor Gardner of Cleveland, O.
Is n man tho chartei framers of Hono
lulu ought to tlo to for timely sugges
tions. If Mr Gardner tould ho pre
vailed upon to nddrcss either or both
of tho commissions the pr.ittlcnl Ideas
he could Impart would be of great
value to tho community as well as the
"I do not caro who sltR on tho
thrones. I only want to know what he
markets are." This remark of a promi
nent Itusslan epitomizes tho spirit of
the times In every nation that boiets
of "civilization." ''The maiket" Is
king, nuecn. princo. potintato nnd
over) thing else beforo whom tho pro
plo and those whom the) uphold In
high places bow with unvarying regu
larity. If nny desire exists among tho pow
ers that bo to conduct Territorial af
futrs with proper regard for popular
desires, tho Governor's couui.ll will
go. slow on land deals, whether It bo
sales, leases or exchanges Our land
laws are far from being acceptable and
will unquestlonabl) bo radically re
vised In order to mako the homestad
er a fact rather than tho present the
ory. With tho Legislature about to
convene good Judgment will cause tho
government to abut down on tho land
Tacoma Evening News
The sugar planters and members of
the Dole oligarch) in the Hawaiian Isl
ands have pledged the sum of $10,000 n
)ear to Mr William Ha) wood of Hono
lulu, w ho goes to Washington, D C ,
to represent them ns a lobb)lst. Mr.
Ha) wood resigned his position ns In
ternal revenue collector to accept this
I'niloubtedl) be goes to Washlng'on
loaded down with olllclal recommenda
tions and tistlmonlals to further de
ceive the administration and to pull
through Congress Jobs which the plan
ters and memb' rs of thee Dole fam
ily compact Inve devised Chief In this
Jobbery Is n public hnd gtnbblng
scheme. The Hawaiian Star the Dide
and mlsslonar) organ of the oligarchy,
rccentl) ndvocated that fifteen acres
was enough for a homestead This
sounded ver) nlcel) and seemed to be
a fair expression of opinion, but nt
about the same time President Dole
and his appointed commissioner of
public lands leased 23 000 acres In one
body to one man, the same being a
whole district on the Island of Maul
A little later a stock company was
formed, mostly li members of tho fam
ily compact, taking In this Identical
25.000 acres along with other lands, for
a cattle ranch .
Section 51 of the Organic Act
among other things provides "That no
corporation, domestic or foreign, shall
acquire or hold real estate In Hawaii
In excess of 1.000 acres; and all real es
tate acquired or held by such corpora
tlon or association contrary hereto
shall be forfeited nnd escheat to the
This provision of the Organic Act
makes no difference to promoters If
they nrc enabled to show up acres on
paper nnd sell stock for hnrd cash. If
the land Is recovered by the United
States It will be the stockholders and
not the government protected pro
motors who will have paid for their ex.
It should be the duty of the Presi
dent and Congress to Investigate tho
mal-admlnlstratlon In the Hnwnlla'i
Islands and put n check at once upon
the land grabbing schemes. Attorneys
representing the Dole oligarchy nro
now engaged In testing the constitu
tionality of tho treasury department
ruling which disfranchised the Chlneso
residents of the Islands which It w.u
the Intention of President Dole and the
framers of the Organic Act to protect.
Tho land grnbbers and trade monopo
lists llnd Chinese cheap lalmr n great
protection to their Interests nnd won
derful promoters of excesslvo divi
dends. If the public domain can be
nhsorbed by members of tho Dole re
glmo and tho resident Chinese can be
constituted citizens of tho United
States tho Independent, progressive.,
lo)nl Americans who have sought for
homes and fortunes In tho "Paradise
of tho Pacific" will be placed at a tre
mentions disadvantage When the T r
rltory of Hawaii beiamo a part of the
Vnlted States there was great rejoic
ing nnd tho American settlers hoped to
enjoy tho constitutional!) given light
of life liberty and tho equal protection
of the laws This the) lnvo never had
nnd never will have until President Me-
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
Kluley nnd Congress give personal at
tention to the requirements of the lovil
nnd progressive people of the Islands
nnd cease to be hoodwinked by Piesl
ilcnt Dole and lobb)lsts like Mr. Hty
wood, who would perpetuate the un
natural conditions now existing .
Court's Hnd Example.
It will be advisable for the Hoard of
Education not to sign any book con
tract until the Legislature has met. The
laws relating to tho granting of con
tracts by the different departments will
bo revised nnd consequently amended,
especially since tho experience the
country has hod with Justice Frear nnd
Supremo Court contracts, nnd under
the new laws the rules for the granting
of contracts will be "cast Iron" nnd the
power to grant them not vested In the
different chiefs of departments and
FOR REV. KINCAID
Nearly One Thousand Guests Call
on the Pastor of the Central
Union Church Last Evening at
His New Home, Thurston Street.
The house wanning given Iter Wil
liam Morris Klncnld and wife In tin Ir
home on Thurston uvcnuo last night
wns a most pleasant and successful so
lal affair. The people calling, num
bered nlmost n thousand.
H. C Hump met the guests In the
reception hall and presented them tn
the host and hostess. Assisting In the
rtcelvlng were Itev E. S. Chapman
nnd wife of California. Mrs . S. N. Cas
tle. Mrs. E. U. Wnterhouse, Mrs. D, W
Wcstervelt. Mrs 1'. .1. Swnnz) nnd Mrs.
W. F. Allen.
After 8 o'clock, a program of musi
cal selections was rendered under the
direction of Miss Cnrrlo Castle.
Newton's h)mn, "Zlon, City of our
God." was the opening selection. Fol
lowing this was a violin solo by Miss
Maud Kinney. The "New Year's
H)mn" was sung by Mrs. Otis. Miss
H)de. Mrs. Guilford Whitney nnd Mlw
Grlswold. Miss Wlnno gave a mardl
grnl by Harris.. "Holy Redeemer" by
Marchcttl. wns sung by a sextette Mrs
McDonald, Miss Wlnne. Mrs. Ynndlcy,
Miss Necdham, Miss Grlswold. nnd
Miss Yarrow. A piano duet by Miss
H)dc nnd Mrs. Klchards closed the pro
gram. The )oung women of tho Christian
Endeavor Society served refreshments.
VISITED THE FORESTS
Wray Ta)lor, Prof, Koebclo and I)r
Russell, Senator-elect from Hawaii,
visited the government forest ) ester
day. They found the 110 000 different
trees growing finely. They also found
that the grass, panlcum spcctnblle,
from seed procured by Prof. Koebele
In tho FIJI Islands, was growing lux
uriantly. It has demonstrated that It
Is capable of driving out the obnoxious
Hllo grass. It will therefore be propa
gated ns an antidote ns well as for Its
own excellent forage qualtles .
Dr. Russell was greatly pleased with
tho forest reserve up Nutunu. He Is nn
agriculturist himself of n scientific
turn, and has a first class experiment
station on his 01 an fnrm He Is a
stnunch believer In diversified agricul
ture for liana!!.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
Sterling Blue Flame Oil Stoves
HnvltiK closed out our old stock of the old
patterns, we are now offering ttae latest
Improved Phi terns. Call and ex
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In llouieholil -nd Kitchen Utensils
Ihese nre NEW GOODS nnd the QUAL
ITY and PUICli vvll please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NtW INVOlCbS TO HAND.
A large stock will
IRWIN" now due.
arrive on the "W. G.
and a large assortment of useful HOUSE
HOLD UlhNSILS now being opened up.
Bethel Street Household Department.
During his travels on tho Malnlan
Senator-elect George It. Carter camo I
contact with tho Standard Voting mn
chine. Senator Carter has a natura1
nntlnathy for machines except such a
Tho controversy between the Hono
lulu Hapld Transit & Land Co. ald the
Hawaiian Tramways Co. has been sub
mitted to the Supreme Court upon an
agreed statement of facts. The Ilapld
Transit appears as plaintiff, the Tram- catch his fancy. This machlno caughi
ways as defendant nnd ns a result Mr. Carter Influenced
The facts agreed are: Said Tram- tho manufacturer to send one to Hn,Y
ways Company, Is under franchise, I lulu that Mr. Carter might place
operate a Btrcct railway In Honolulu, display,
On King street. It proposed to lay a I This pleco of mechanism does awa)
double track and operate tho line will with marked ballots, It registers votes
electricity. wlth absolute nccuracy, assures abso-
The Itnpld Transit is the lawful hold- lute secrecy and the result of'nn elec
cr of a franchise granted to Clinton tlon can he obtained Immediately hf
O. Ilallcnt)no nnd others. A majority polls arc closed. This particular ma
of the King street property owners chlno Is now used In many cities ami
have petitioned the Rapid Transit to towns of New York and similar ma
lay a railway along that street. The I chines nro used In many parts of tho
ttxccutlve Council has consented to j United States. In nil Instances the re
fills, for that portion of King, between suits have met with general approval.
Nuuanit street nnd Thomas Square. I Tho Standard machine Is about Irur
Tho questions submitted are: j feet square and ten Inches deep nnd Is
1st. Has the Hawaiian Trnmways supported by legs ,tho top being a lit
nomnnnv. Limited, the right to Iny the . tie over bIx feet from the floor. A cur-
double track along King street ns
2d. Hns the Hawaiian Tramways
Company, Limited, the right to oper
ate a tramway by electricity?
3d. Has the Honolulu Ilapld Tran
sit & I.and Company thn right to lav
n track on King street for more thin
W. Tl. Castle, and Kinney, Dallnu
McClannhan nro attorney for th
I Ilapld Transit Company; Holmes fr
Stanley for the Hnwallan Tramways.
The KellySpringfield Solid
outshines all other tires at every point of
comparison, and is the ONLY SOLID
RUBBER TIRE which gives universal
Don't be deceived by imitations. There is
no other tire as good, as lasting, or bs
satisfactory In any respect as the
Two Wired Tires.
Call and get prices from us.
Betwtcn Fort and Alakea Street.
tain Is hung so ns to form a secret ,
booth. Tho levers nre so arranged that I
the voter can cast a straight ticket or
a "best man' 'split ticket. No r's
takes can be made ond no ono can vote
A detailed description fills a pamp- j
phlct of which Mr. Carter has a limit
ed number. Hut the mnchlne Itself will
bo hero In a short tlmo when Senator
Carter will place It on exhibition tor 1
the edlficntlon of tho public as vvcVTai
the law makers. M
Tho "wait a while' Idea still prevails
nmong some of the business men re
gnrdlng tho municipality. They assert
that there Is not sufficient time to thor
oughly study tho situation. Thoy want
to think It over.
Tho Ilulletln would llko to nsk tho
ndvocntes of "a more convenient sea
Bon " how many of them have ever at
tended the meetings of cither of the
charter frnmlng committees? How
many have Improved what opportunity
they have for studying tho situation or
making suggestions? How many lnvo
given time and thought except such ns
Is necessary to reach the always easy
conclusion to put It off till somo other
With ono exception th escsslons of
both charter committees have In en
open to tho public. While no general
Invitation has been issued for tho gen
eral public to nttend these meetings, It
Is safe to say that cither of tho com
mittees would bo glad to see business
1 am not out to rob the public
but simply to eatn a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HOM ST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to Ft
St. opposite the Club Stables
Telephone, White 3571, where
I have In stock the following
enameled Iron and steel dad,
with nlckle plated trimmings;
als) wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out.
and Syphon, jet styles.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
and mirble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enimeled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
m'ngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, 1 In
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
Allele lllght t)iK Out.
The steamers Ivviilant nnd W. O
Hall both arrived this morning. Tho
Hall has HSOO bags of sugar from C
Itrewer S. Co. which Is going Into tho
IMItilnnl The lwalanl hi ought C0IS
b.igB of sugar for I A. Schaefer & Co.
which goes Into the Cnllfornlan.
While coming from Kaul jesterday,
tho Wnlnlealo sighted the schooner
I'annlo Allele on her wn) fiom the
samo Island She had been nut eight
di)s on her way to Honolulu. The
Wnlnlealo towed her to port.
JL -3r A
IOO to SOO Candle Power.
A Safe and Brilliant Method of Lighting
that you can rely on. Suitable for
Parlors, Halls, Churches or
CALL AND SEE THEM.
WASHIlNClTOIV LIQHT CO.
C. W. Macfarlanc,
Ki 7 ilrjDr.Heref'i
H-iWfiS-VMRaiVr ll rlvei :
You fchnuU weir
New Life and
Cnrrc) to weak men anj
women. StnJfcr' HOOK
' ICT NO 7. AJJresx
IM1IRCU !LIXTUIC CO.,
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber.
$12.50 per bbl.
4 dozen quarts
(j $5.00 per case,
2 dozen quarts
jl Company, Ltd. jj'
.CV UNO ANU HbTHEL STRUTS J .
JUST THINK !
Beats, any proposition ever offered to
the public before In Ilonilulu. You
can buy an artistic modern sl room
house, first-class plumbing with en
ameled fixtures for $3000.01, right In
the heart ol the city. Electric and
horse cars within one block.
$40 OO per month.
II this does'nt beat paying rent, what
See plans and learn particulars from
Clias. E. Moore,
Room 6, Mjgoon Block,
1 746-im Merchant and Alakea Sts.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION.
Subscribers are furnished with Iron
Qve to six lists per week, giving an no
curnte record ot deeds, mortgage
leases, releases, powers of attorn'
etc., etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PIP
A. V. GEAR,
TiiM nulldlnK. Hnnoltit
OOM NO. 10, HPRKCKELS BLOOR
PlMntationWork n Hpnololty.
Calabashes turned from K0.1 and
other native woods.
448 N. KING ST.
Larue tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pali S.ioon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf 11 Kaaliumanu St
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Station and owners can have them
bv proving prof erty and paying expensis
Tribune, No, 4759; Columbia, No. 8204
Columbia, No. oiip: bldredge, No. 247)0:
Imperial, No. 14506. 1716-tf
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING
THAT WE HAVE OPENED UP
A FULLY EQUIPPED
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TENTION TO THE FOLLOWING
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Spring or Patent Backs, so as to have both pages
perfectly flat when opened. . . . Pay Roll Books,
Time Books, Sales Books, Books for Tabulation,
Order Books, Shipping Books, Note Books,' Re
ceipt Books, Stock Books, Bank Books, Pass
Books, and any kind of Book you use, will be
promptly and carefully bound in any style de
sired, and by men who have had from fifteen to
twenty years experience in the best European
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Newspapers, Novels, Periodicals and all old and
valuable works, such as Histories, Bibles, Scien
tific Books, etc., Bound with greatest care and
taste. . . . Reports, Statements, By-Laws, Pros
pectuses, and all kinds of Pamphlets printed and
coveied with neatness and dispatch. ::::::
Speclil Ruling of every description, for ill kinds, of
blink books and stationery. No matter how com
plex the ruling you w Ish for vour books, we have
the machines and workmen to do y.nir vvoik as well
as It can te done In San Francisco.
Perforating, numbering, blocking and ge eral
jobbing work In paper jnJpiteboard. Fancy boxes,
paper decora Ions, fancy gilt bevel cards, mems, and
In fact, everything in thecird, paper and leather line
Pocketbmks, card cases, cigar cases, and every kind
of article de I red lettered and gilded.
r t work:
View albums of all sizes and styles Photo mounts,
Fancy card cases. Fancy curio covers, etc.
Old and new maps and clurts lined and canvas
mounted for durability and preservation. Paste
board boxes for pigeon holes in shelving made In all
the latest styles.
Of every description at prices as low as good
work can be done for. . . . Bill heads, letter
heads, envelopes, circulars, dodgers, posters,
books, pamphlets and all kinds of commercial and
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