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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU II. T.. SATURDAY, TKD. 2, 1001.
Published Every Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of 1!.. by the
BULLETIN PUUMSIIINO COMPANY.
WALLACE II. rAIHUNOTON ..Editor
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SATURDAY rEIllll'AHY 2. 1901.
Tor exemplification of the flohlen
Knlo. uhlcli will you tnKc Francis Mur
phy or Mrs. Helen Gougar?
Tho roc' crusher Is ready for 1mm
nest. The time hns arrived foi ito.nl
Sunpcrlsor Cimpbell to make his
Ho temperate In jour Btninlihlos, la
dles ami gentlemen. Elo tho commun
ity will pass a uujulmous resolution to
rUo us a rest.
President Atherton says ho will per
fect tlu telephone system or smash It.
Mr. Atherton must have one of the tele
phono Instruments In his house.
Assertions that tho cable hill will pisi
thin session from usually reliable
sources slcs a my of hope. Tho ces
sion Is so far advanced that the bill
will hive to go throiiRh at n lannon
Tho Attornej (ll-nernl vv Isely reachei
the dcUslon that merchandise bills rou
scqiicnt to the plague must be paid. Of
course they must be paid and alt other
lillli Iniurred unless tho government
lias decided to turn over Its affairs to
tho Insolvency court.
Ex-Prcslilcnt Cleveland vvrltlnt; on
tho-Young Man In Politics sajs that the
activity of the citizen Is most effec
tl wben exerted within a party or
ganization. Orovcr ought to know,
having made u big failure of trying to
run connter to his nnd evetj other par
Contemplating the discussions of tho
charter committees tho citizen Is led
to n full appreciation of tho Immense
amount of woik nnd talk theso bodies
are saving tho Legislature. What non
sense It would have been to havo de
laved all work on tho charter till the
Legislature was In session.
The, protest of the Independent party
ngalnat the method of granting liquor
license under the present law suggests
that In establishing city and county
government, the privilege of local op
tion nUoiild bo granted. Hawaii Is a
long wa from being n temperance
Territory, but there may be sections
where the pcoplo want to try the pro
Parson Sheiltl Pearson of Portl.mil.
Me.. In addition to his other duties has
Instituted n series of rovlval meetings
1 nthe, county Jail Besides keeping
the saloons pretty well closed accord
ing to. law and keeping up his religious
worls, Pearson during his short tlmo lu
otllca-has made a record In promptly
approliuiding n murderer Pennon be
gins ta give Indications th.it there are
mlnlBtcrK who are not out of plieo
when tlicy step from the pulpit am! as
siuno public odlre.
Takln? sand from the beaches either
by thotl or b tho pioperty owner 1 4.
u quehtion that may entail a decision
whether Honolulu will preset ve Its
beaches o. ociroy them Ti.cf nic
thosu who assert In nil conllilcnic that
tho progress of building operations ind
tho umueyiicnt draft upon the bench
sand will ruin tho be.ic.ies within n
few years. The truth of thlu state
ments difficult to determine oxeip: by
experience. It rnhnpjtbo disputed
hnwavnn, that the people of this Island
can lit- afford to pursue a pulley that
lead toward destruction
Promina that Kulttiin.i's murderer
will caupc chsis no credit upon the
pollcer dopartment If tho methods
used lr( following up u. thieving case
comlmi tci the Ilullctln'a knnvvledgo nro
characteristic of the department. It Is
sadly in need of a new lino of detectives-
Aided by tlm persons from,
ivhont money harl'lircn 'stolen tho
eletecttvd located u workman who was
supoKcii to he tho thief. Tho detective
wenc nt his work directly and naked
tho man to return tho purBo as It was
nn hcbrlonm, Tho money was not
wantueJ. If fill tho thieves- of Hawaii
uro am dense as this man would have
been hurt Ho admitted possession of tho
ptirsaang iter tectlves am all right.
KONATS IKnillHTlUI) SSIHIMD.
Thet uvouosnl of tho now Konn rail
waytrenrovlde for homewtenders, nloni'
IU rntito onnht to be, favorably receiv
ed Iiytfie; Legislature. Provided with
such. Kifa. guards as? tlm. Legislature.
carr establish, this enterprise can be
mnder niiifeif fho most potent factum for
prngrv.sfltth.0 Territory ha ovur known
In mailing the land grant tlm' Lcglsli
turo Blionlit bo particular tci protect the
Terrlrnijf against tho possibility of the
homenteaiW being bought tin by n cor
poration and tho reul object defeated
Hawaii ennnot affotil a repetition of
thaOlon) oiperfenco wfllrlf Bheiwed con.
cluslval? ivherii tMe present hind laws
will lamf lllo' country or.i.r, tha much
advertise! llopo of tho smalf farmer
la nawi'att Immense sugar field with n
superuhtiatranco of Asiatics, If may bo
tha'Whlfit farmer will eventually find
n place Hi Olaa cane fields but It Is
If tlfe scheme proposed by Mr. Cocr
per for Kona Is carried out to the let
ter, that dlBtrJct can be made a dis
trlct of homes where the Itidepcndrii
farmer can live In ronifol nnd olitnir
good return for Ills labor. The lands
like nil lands In the Territory can pio
ditce nn) thing. It may ,bo Uiatr the
hultdlng of tho railroad will linn
district with new cane ileTds.. Put It
matters not what tho product Is so
there Is strict adherence to the home
stead principle and n population of
worthy citizens Is established nnd
With nil due respect to the sugar
product upon which the prosperity of
every citizen depends, Hnwnll has had
enough of degraded labor. Let the
small farmer scheme he given a fair
trial, holding the corporation through
which the work la carried on to n strict
MRS. HELEN GOUGEIt.
Mrs. Helen Uougnr, who says she
was practical)' at the head of the prohi
bition movement In Kansas nnd Ne
braska, also says, If correctly quoted,
b a morning paper, that l'rancls Mur
phy tho temperance vvoiker Is a traitor
and n fraud.
Who Is Helen that bIic should thus
attack a man who has done splendid
work for this city nnd ns thousands
can attest has done equally good work
in other cities? Who Is she Hint s'ic
should nssiime ccnsotshlp over tool-pcinm-o
woik, usuiplng on earth the
prerogatives of St. l'etet and Informing
poor misguided mortals that temper
ance Is useless, It's prohibition we must
Mrs. Helen Gottgnr has evidently
been In politics long enough to know
bow to git free advertising, nnd It
is nt one apparent that the manner of
getting It Is of no particular account,
so she gets It.
I'lnne-lti Murphy has been here nnd
gone He has upheld the faith. The
people of Honolulu nrc satisfied, not
because he smoothed over their sins
but because he led them toward a
higher, more temperate life.
The nullCtln would suggest that Mrs,
Helen (ientgar hns struck tho wrong
burg for destroying Francis Murphy's
goeid name. If she doesn't like It. there
nro other less besotted and mlsgule'ed
communities where her criticisms
would bo appreciated. Next best to a
policeman. Mrs. Mary Ellen Lease is a
good icceptacle for the hard times
story of Mrs. Helen Cougar.
THE HAWAIIAN TRADE.
The Portland Orcgonlnn Is authoriz
ed by the Oregon Railway & Naviga
tion Companj to nnnouncc that If
Portland wilt establish nnd operate a
sugar refinery to take care of raw su
gar Implrts from tjie Hawaiian Islands.
tho O. It. c N. Co. will put on nnd
opcralo u lino of stcnmshlps direct be
tween Portland and Honolulu. It Is
well knownthnt any of the Puirt sound
cities enn do a lucrative business with
the Hawaiian Islands provided profi
table leturn cargoes can bo provided
for the vessel that go thl'her with our
farm products nnd Jobbers' merehnn-
disc Tho cost of establishing a susar
refinery would not bo less than $150,000
and theie ought to be $250,000 provided.
The city that first establishes this re
finery and sends an ngent to Honolulu
to make contracts with tho plantation
factors will sectirn the valuable trade
of the Hawaiian Islands, Even vvlthnu
a refinery, return cargoes of fruit could
be secnreil If any steamship lomninv
could afford to operate at u loss during
tho tlmo necessary to convince the hi-
nann and fruit growers that n regu
lar scrvlco would be maintained. At'
present bananas and merchantable
fruit are not ctilltlvntcd extensively
because, of tho lack of n market.
Coal, hay, grain, lumber, apples and
almost everything that tho Hawaiian
Islands Import nre products of the
State of Washington. Tho Hawaiian
Island trado Is ono that naturally be
longs to Puget sound nnd tho superior
entci prise of no other section of the
Pacific coast should ho allowed to cap
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a llvinc In
a legitimate way. My molto
Is "HONLiT WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to F
St. opposite the Club Stables
Telephone, White 3571, where
I have In stock the following:
enameleJ Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle p'ated trimmings;
als) wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out.
and Syphon, j:t stiles
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
and mirble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cove-.
Slop Sink, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
mlngs, Galyanlzcd 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.
How Europe Compares g
With United States 5
The Presidential election1 Just, ovrr
attracted mor'e nftentlon In Europe
than nnj of Its predecessors, nnd now
IIllustration, ono of the lending II-
liiRtinted papers of Paris, Is trying to
give Its readers nn Idea of tho Immense
extent of territorial possessions .of the
uiiilvu ouiild. ijy uivuiio u, nit; uiuy
It Is shuvvn that Nvv York Is as large
ns England, that Montana Is equal tori
Japan, that Spain Is 'no larger than
Utah and Nevada, and that Michigan.'
Wisconsin, Indiana and Illinois to
gether contain ns many square miles of
territory as Oermnny. When It comes
to Texas It will surprise many people
to know that Ilclgltim, Switzerland
Holland. Portugttnl, Turkey, Iloumanln,
Bulgaria, Servla, Greece and Palestine
could all bo put down comfortably In.
Texas without filling tho I.onc Star
Stato to overflowing. Pennsylvania
nnd Cuba are about tho same size, nnd
Itnly and the Philippines together nre
no larger th'an tho t6rrltory of Arlzom.
EgMit Is ns large ns Minnesota, Iowa
Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri nnd the
Territory of Oklahoma taken collec
tively. Other Interesting comparisons
may be made by n careful study of the
OLD GEYSUIt IS GONE.
Heno, Nov.. Jnn. 20. Steamboat
Springs, Nevada's famous phenomenon
which. In th epalmy days of the Corn-
stock was the scene of mining deals
with millions In them, fell Into evil
wnvs several weeks ngo. An earthquake
visited the springs nnd the prinlc11.1l
orlflce was closed. This geyser sup
plied steam nnd hot water for tho re
sort nnd Its sudden demise nearly put
n quietus on the old resort. The own
ers nttempted to blast out the orlflco
without surcess. and then began bor
ing n well nt another point. Yesterday
n blast of steam scattered the boring
apparatus and n column of water roe
fifty fectl 11 the air The gejser Is play
ing Willi undiminished force. A great
cloud of steam can be seen from Heno,
tvvclco miles away It Is posslblo the
geser will continue Its wonderful ac
tivity, nlthnttgh It Is possible that an
accumulation of steam since the orifice
was closed by tho earthquake Is re
sponsible for tho present grandeur of
The following program has been ar
ranged for tho concert In Emma Square
nt the usual hour this afternoon:
March Tho Kavorlto Regiment... Erl
Overture Tho Calif of Bagdad ....
...it....... rr.... ...... nolcldlcr!
Suite I'rench Hondelle
Ballad Good Night Kucken
Gavotte Bremen Stelnhauser
Waltz The Skaters Wnldteufel
Tor tho Makeo Island concert Sunday
afternoon, Captain Bcrger has arrang
ed the following program:
Tho Old Hundred.
Overture Znmpa Herold
Gloria Twelfth Mass Mozart
Gaveittc Dawn of Love Tolnnl
Grand Selection Marltanh .. Wallace
Selection Herald Angels Beyer
Ballad That Low Soft ltefraln....
Pantasla Awakening of the Lion
1. 11. -e, Kortzkl
Overture Murmuring Forest .Bouillon
Tho Star SnangJceL Banner.
A Regular Occurrence,
rourtcen criminals convicted of va
rious crimes. Including muielcr, rob
bery, kidnaping and poisoning, wero
taken nut on the 1st of January from
tho gaols of tho Nam Hpl nnd Pun-yu
magistrates, nnd executed, some by be
heading, snnio by strangulation In the
cages, whllo otheis were stnt to the
scene of their crlmo for execution.
PlliKCl! vJLliCTkIC CO.,
JB-i. ou ilwulj oar
'jDr.Pltrco'i Electric Bell
V?jfeK ll ElvM New life anl
fl-" Eiwrpy to we ik mm anJ
.Y- winitfn. SenJ ltr"HOOK.
UWi- LIT SO 1 ' AJJrrsk
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
BiAiil .LXiii.,. ...,...,, iiii...L.L.L J.'
:it T - - - T - x - r - r - r - r - rT - T - TT - T - rT - -
c..k- 'di.. el n.... 'I
oiciwig unit; ridiiit; uji jiuvcs
having closed out our old stock of the old
patterns, we are now offtrlnc the latest
Improved Patterns. Call and ex
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NbW INVOlChS TO HAND.
A large stock
and a large assortment of useful HOUSE
HOLD UlbNSILS now being opened up
19 Bethel Street Household Department.1 Dfl
Tl. I7.I1. C
1 ne ivenypnngiieiu ouu
Rubber Tires 2wires-2
outshines all other tires at every point of
comparison, and is the ONLY SOLID
RUBriEK TIRE which gives universal
Don't be deceived by imitations. There is
no other tire as good, as lasting, or as
satisfactory In any respect as the
Two Wired Tires.
Call and get prices from us.
Merchant Street, AGENT.
Between Fort an J Alakea Streets.
JIL -Sr JL
$12,50 per bbl.
m per case,
4 doxen quarts
Jg $5.00 per case,
jL , 2 dozen quarts
a Compnny, Ltd. it-
A KINO AND UtllltL STHUTS iff
Calabashes turned from Kea and
other native woods.
448 N. KING ST.
r"r - T"rT - TT - T - xxT' - r - r'r - r - rTT. h
In Household nnd Kitchen Utensils )
Ihese nre NEW GOODS and the QUAL- il,
1TV nn.l PIMPP t. nli-n vnn -
arrive on the "W. G.
fi'.IJ CI'J i
100 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. '
C. W. Macfarlane,
JUST THINK !
Beats any proposition ever off'red to
the public before In Honolulu. You
can buy an artistic modern six room
house, first-class plumbing with en
ameled fixtures for $3030.00, right In
the heart of the city. E.ectrlc and
horse cars within one block.
$40 OO 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 Alakta Sts.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACriON.1
Subscriber are furnished with troe,
aye to six lists per week, giving an a
curate record of doeds, mortgage
leases, releases, powers of attornr
etc., etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PHICE, 2.0 PR
A. V. GEAR,
tin"-! TJutldlna-, HnnoluN
WX)M NO. 10, SPREOKiafl BLOCK
Plantation Work a Spoolalty.
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Val lev. Hnnnliilii. nntilnl,,,. a n.
niore or less, and known as fhe Nuuanu
ran B.roon promises, wltu buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA, .
1703-tf is KaahumanuSt
The following bicycles are new at the
Police Station and owners caa have them
bv proving property and paying expenses
Tribune, No, 47591 Columbia, No, 8204;
Colombia, No. 6118; Eldrcge, No. 24710;
Imperial, Mo. 14506. I7i-tt
Ajtants, Brokers and Jobhjts.
S. S. "Santa Anna",,w
WILL TAKE PASSENGERS ,
TOR SAN FRANCISCp.!
Sailing date on or about
February 12tlt, 1001.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, Ltd.
AGENTS, JUDD UUILDING.
CASTLE & GOOKb
TS fewt PliDtat!, Co.
rt Willu Atikulm.l Co.,
Th. Wilimti but. 1 lllll Co.
rbi Fallon Iron Woiki. St. Loa't, If.,
Tb Gto. F. blak. iiitta PdV(c
Tht Ntw Enelin J Lilt Inturioct Ct, tl
Thttnt Fir Int. Co. ol Htnloil, SJom
Til Allltnc Atturtnct Co ol Loattt.
Western Sugar Rcnnery Co., of sju
Baldwin Locomotive Works, tt
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Natlomti
Cane Shredder), New York. U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical FertllK
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade, Ha-
tlllzcrs for Cano and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
Parafilne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Palitt
and Papers; Lucol and LIiumm
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water point), tv
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement,
LIBE and1 FIRE
AGENTS FOR ..
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Compart
ftm. G. Irwin ik w
Wm, Q. Irwin. .Fiesldcnt and Manage!
Claus Sprcckels Vlco Preside,
W. M. Olffard ..Second Vlco Preside
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and Ho.
Geo. J. Ross AatUtan
AaiBTS OF TBS
JOKANIO STEAMSHIP 0OMPJ)
OF BAM FRANOIBOO. at'
Outtn itrttl. Honolol U.I
MtwtlUn Aerlculturtl Co?tnv, Amtrlcts lift
Company, Ooktla Suetr Plint. Co , Onoatli llikt
Co., Ilonomu Sutctr Co , Wtlluku Sugar Co., Wktm
Sucar Co , Maltakala RarcK Co., MoTckal Btotai
Planltr't Lint San h lltco Paclrat bat. Be vr
ll Co.'a Lint of Boston Packtt.
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooke, President; Oeorr
Robortsoii, Manager 1 E. F. Elfchop
Troaeurer and Secretary j Col. W. J
Allen, Audit ir; Vj O. Jones, H. Wat'
litiiiwe. Quo. R. rr)r, T)trt'tnri '
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU v
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb ns. B
THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HlLO.
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The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,',
Wa only dally Japanest paptr poMUhed
In tilt rtrrltorjr ol Hawaii . . , .
Y. SOGA. Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
Editorial and Printing Office, ntar
Klng bridge, King street. P, O. Box r37.
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