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EVENMNd BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T WEDNESDAY. KHB. C, 1901
J II ? "A" ii M.g i ' '- i ' ii ' aatrM tag ti M
xbllshed Every Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T of 11., by tlio
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
WALLACE H. FAIUUNUTOX ..Editor
Entered at the Post Olllco at Houu
tulu as second class matter
Per month, nnywliero lu U. S. ..$ .75
Per year S.00
Per J ear, postpaid, forolpn 13 V0
rayable lnnrlably In advance.
Post OHlce llox 718
WEDNESDAY . rEIlltl'AUY fl, l'JOl
The Advertisers best element Is
smh a Hinall mimirlr.il n i a l i 1 1 1 y th it
It otmht to be able to publish in on
column n list of thoo citizens of Ho
nolulu cnp.iblo of condiictltiK a ell)
AmoiiK othci thing this Storir. will
lniM' to stand responsible for the worst
struts the clt Ins over known. Flu
stiKgcstlon Is m.ute tncrcl to sac the
l'nblle Works ilcp.uiment the necessl!
of tepcitliiR mi old stor).
Airs. Helen Cougar Is 1,'olnc lo Illlo
Xiih tlures j town that knows a
klil.ei win n It sres one If Mrs Gnu
Bar will turn hit guns on the necsilt
for a beter b.irboi with a stout fenivs
mound It llllo will Itet her mn.'oi of
the Quei n Clt
lllshoi Willis iloesn t seem to np
precl.ito the popiil.u Idea that Unit)
ami pl.iu are of am.ill moment In pi
Iiik tribute to a tulu tint h.is passed
nwn. Every man has to answer 'o
his own conscience and It will make Ill
tie dlffitcnce whether there ntc two
memorial servlus or one. The peopl"
nml the clersj nro of one mind on the
Kcncinl objicts to bo gained
According to the charter blockades
eer iminlclpillt) of the United Srat"s
Is centralized lnthc hands of the worm
element. Still the ciluntr lives pro
gresses grows wealthy Improves mor
nll) and the Jails are not all flll-d o
Local opponents of Ameilcan prlodplo
and uuthod seem to find dlffliult In
accounting for these evidences of pi og
ress AMEIHCAN UtPUTATION.
The good mime of Amcilcin manu
facture is has become so will estab
lished that forilgn competitor lln.l
their sales niucli more piompt It the
pindiiit be stled the "latist Ameilcun
Inltul States Consul Fleming at
Edinburgh makes the American refu
tation lu Unite thu topic of n upon
to the St.iti Dep.iilmeut which Is i.l
once hlglil s.itUf.ictor to be Mm li
en n mnnufacttiici and gois far toauid
showing thu inmo for the lurouls mil
trnileisnit making In foielgn maik"ls
(Imcr.ilh spenklng, he sas It It
couriered In Siottish communities
that to sa an artiile Is American com
meiuls It ' This obit nation he finds
rontlimed bj the piisnue in Ed'n
buigh of a llrm that stjlcs Itsilf "Am
crlian stove manufai Hirers," their
found D the ' Columbl in" stov works
and their piodiut Is aihertlred exilu
tdvelv as "Ainirlcnn."
Consul Pinning savs he inn state nu
thoiltatiel that their sIoms nre filth
fill lopbs of Americun designs Upon
npplvlng to thiin for stjlcs and prii
of their Anxrlcnn patterns the Consul
lecrlved the repl tint thej loulil nut
i xpect to do any business In the l'nlt
ed Statis owing to the tariff and 'ml
as nimh ns thij lould do In attendlni;
to lhofe innrkets where tin re Is u fa.i
Held for their enterprise. Another evl
ilenco of the American leputntlon in
Ilrlttsh markets was the dlsplaj of i
plncird advertising 'Heal American
plajlng cards" with the "leal" promt
Such comments on the superiorly of
American goods speaks for Itself When
our iirlnrlpil nation ii competitors find
it neiesrnr oi advantageous to copy
Amerlinn designs it requires no dem
onstration of figures to show that Yan
kee genius and lellablllty Is Heading th"
world of trade
ISOAI'.D OP MANA0P.R8.
Theie Is no branch of the public ser
vice In more pressing need of brnclng
up than tho Heform School, This Is
due not so much to shortcomings of
olTlrlals In Immedlnto chargo of the In
stitution ns tho Indifference of Lee's
latures and tho public generally It Is
Indeed truo that tho Heform School
runs Itself Tho boys 8tny out tho
tern of their sentences and nro let jo
foi better or worse If no serious dllll-
rulty arises in tho minagenicr.t of tho
Institution and tho nppropilatlon Is not
overdraw n, thepeople, tho officials, the
Legislatures let It go nt that.
There nro fewr If any States or Tcrrl.
torles of tho United States whero Inillf-
ferenco toward Juvenllo offenders Is
more completo than hero In enllghtoned
Hawaii Absolutely no provision Is
jnndo for clrls nlillo tho hoys coma
pretty closo to colng their own gait so
fnr as tho community tit larso ovlncei
any particular Interest In their wolf.ire,
Such a thlni; ai criminal statistics Is
practically unknown In any of the
penal Institutions uxr-ept that ft reeon!
Is kept of tho In nates and tholr of
fenses. Tho people seem to think they
hava clone their duty when they pro
vide puhlla offenders young nnel old
with enough to cat and drink and r
llgioui Instruction of n Sunday, It Is
Had eommontaiy on tho progressiva
ITelopmuct erf Hawaii when U Qraict
Jurj Ins to he called upon to Investi
gate our public Institutions, for no
other reason than n lack of any body or
board of trustees nuthorlzed to do thl
work bj the Lcglshtuic
'er public Institution of these Isl
nnds ought to be conducted under the
direction of n board of tmstces pro
vided for by the Legislature. This
would not Incrcnso the cxpenso to tho
people and as gauged by experience In
the States tho advantages gained arc
Inestimable. Now hero Is tho centrali
zation of powci nml Its consequent In
competence more apparent In Haw ill
hun In this failure to place each pun
He Institution undir nn Independent
bo-iru of managers or trustees who -r
responsible to the Legislature for tlm
proper conduct of the Institution and
timely suggestions for Improvement as
well.. Theo trustees serving without
pa would not be n source of nddltloinl
expense Their monthly visit to the
Institutions under their care would ii
sure an Intimate know ledge of Its con
ditions and Its progrtsslvo necessities
If this feature of dealing with public
Institutions Is too progressive, too
much like tho American method, the
powers tint bo might at least advocito
the appointment of a special visiting
committee for the Heform School This
committee should consist of nt least
thren reputable citizens whose duty h
to v Islt the school once each month !"
como acquainted with Its management
nml make such suggestions to tho
Leglshture ns inn be demanded for
better care of the vouthful offenders,
the upbuilding of ihnracter and Mm
nnklng of this school a Heform Schocl
rather than n phre to serve out sen
tences of the police court
MARDI fiRAB MTI18.
The Mardl !ras carnival tlikets arn
selling with gieut rapldlt and therj
now seims no doubt whatever that
eviione will be tidd. The ladles Imv
lng In charge this moat Important mnt
tcr, nio vcr much elated over thel,
There will be a general meeting of
the committees In the drill shed this
jflernoon for the arrangement of vari
ous nrtnoi details Every member of
the executive finance, prize, decoratlou
music refnshment, lloor and ticket
committees together with the appoint
ed Judges. Jesters, princes, princess's
and other Mardl (Iras charactcrm air
urged to bo present, notwithstanding
.Vountcel Pntpol Alnttcrn.
High Sheriff Drown Is very glad that
he has found out something n'm I the
man .Mullet who was mentioned In
c8trn'a'F Ilulletln as having pleaded
guilt to the charge of disturbing re
ligious winslilp In the Salvation Army
hall It appears that Mullcr wi- one of
tho nppllrints for n position on the
.Mounted I'ntrol. Now that he has
shown up his hand, tho Sheriff will no
longer comlder his application
The reci nt Increase in jny of f-e
members of the Mounted I'atrol luu
caused a run fur the vacant poaltlonr
nml many applications me now lining
considered by High Sheriff Ilrcwn
llnnl on Uuhlicp TlrcK.
Of late many owners of enrrhget
with rubber tires on the wheels hav l
been complaining about the loos
stones on the ttreets These the si
nro dcstruitlve to rubber tlics for tho
rut like knives.
The patrol wagon had new tires put
on not low? ago and today It was
found necessnr to put on new ones
as the stones had cut the old ones to
Printing at th HullHlr
In the world wllljotttul
lm J ne In tltnuvnnj itt r4ne.
IT cents nunuw StnJ (or
IIOOMIT Ml i Minn
Dacnctlc I laitlc Truif Co.,
6o .Muket Street Sa TkAM ISCO
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living In
a legitimate wa, My motto
ls"HOMST WOHK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to Ft
St. opposite the Club Stables
Telephone, White 3571, vvh re
I have In sto.k the following
Koo J s :
ename'ed Iron and steel clad,
with nkltle p'ateJ trimming!, t
als) wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, j tle.
Sinks of Piessed Steel, both
RalvinlzeJ and einniMcd.
I.tvatorles, cmmrlfd Iron,
and inrbla svltli nkkle plated
Wah Tiajs, enameled Iron
with wood cove-.
Slop Sink), enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
rn'og". Clalvanlrcd Iron, Gut
ters Cornices, Stone Pipe, I In
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumbtr.
1 PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
t -f -f -
Sterling Blue Flame Oil' Stoves
having closed outpur old stock of the old
patterns, ,wei are now off ring the latest
Improved Patterns. Call and ex-
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In Household hnd Kitchen Utensils
Ihese nre NEW GOODS and the QUAL
ITY and PRICE wll please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NbW INVOICbS TO HAND.
A Inriie stock
and a large assortment cf useful HOUSE
HOLD UfhNSILS now being opened up.
K Refhel Street Hniisehnld Denartment.
The Kelly-Springfield Solid
outshines all other tires at every point of
, comparison, and is the ONLY SOLID
RUBBER TIRE which gives universal
Don't he deceived by Imitations. There is
no other tire as good, as lasting, or ns
satisfactory in any respect as the
Two Wired Tires.
Call and get prices from us.
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
$12 JO per bbl.
i $9.00 per case,
;JJ 4 doen quarts
( $5.00 per case,
2 dozen quarts
fi HOFFSCHLAEGER $
jj Coinptiny, Ltd. i'
,CV KINO AM) HtTHEL STUtETS tjT
" j Jar
Calabashes turned from Koa and
other native woods.
448 N. KING ST.
All kinds of Carrltgu rrimmin",
done cheaper than at any other
VINrrYAKD ST NEAR RIVfR ST.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fresh Invoices of HUYLKRS
CHOCOLATES per the
-f 4-' - -f .
arrive on the
JUST THINK !
Beats any proposition ever offered to
the public before In Honolulu. You
can buy an artltL moJern six room
house, firt-class plumbing with en
ameled fiture for f jooo.oo, right In
the heirt of the city. Electric and
horse cari w llhln one block.
$40 OO per month.
If this doe-,'nt teat pavlns rent, what
See plans and learn paitlculjtfrom
Clias. E. Moore,
Room fi, Mjgoon lllock.
AUrclnnt and Ahkta Sts
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
TLLl I'HONL-.WAIN !I08.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-tc-diite Hacks and
AT ALL HOURS.
ALtOKDI Kb IiVlhl LI'HONU
rKOVM'TLV ATTLNDLD TO.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION
Subscribers are furnished with trot
Ave to six lists per week, giving an
curate record of deeds, mortgage
lenses, releases, powerB of nttorue
etc., etc., which are placed on record.
SUUSCKIPTION PniCE, 2.00 PF
A. V. GEAR,
tuiH nnlldlng llnnnlulv
10M NO. 10, 8FRi;CICKL8 BLOC
PlwAtHtlou Work it Hpwelalty.
Large tract of hnd sltuttrd In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pill Sioon premiss, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc
Annlirtn A R mDPBA
15 Kaaliumanu V
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Station and owners can have them
bv proving proferty and paying expensss
Tribune, No, 4750; Columbia, No. 8204;
Columbli. No. 61 IN Eldr4g, No. 24710;
Imperial, No. 14506. 1716 tl
Work of Merchant's
Association Going On
Consldcrahle progress la beltiK mndo
In tho permanent organlzAtln 1 of the
Merchants' Association and tho Board
of Directors nre now waiting lor tJio
report of tho commtttee on charter at
which time, the by-laws nntl constitu
tion will he adopted, and tlrj names of J
members nml houses represntiil In
the association will be published.
Up to tho present time, no arilve
work has been done. At the wieMns
held on February 1, the follov lng were
elected ns n Board of Directors: P. V.
Macfarlane. president: V. V. Dliuond,
vice president; E. 0. Wh'l 0 trcasuttr;
W V. Harris, secretary.
The following commltVni hive also
been appointed: Public Affnlis, II. V.
Lewis. 13. C. Mncfarlanc nnd Geo. W.
Smith; Publicity and Promo'lnn II. F.
Wlchmnn (chairman), 1. 0. itothvvell,
.Ins. 0. Spencer: Trade tmd l'lnnnca
P. h. Wnldron, F. J. Luvvrey and II.
In tho face of thi ivlopt'cu of a
charter for the city of Honolulu, the
scope tnd usefulness of hucIi n holy nf
reprcs.ntntlvo buslnefs men can be
better understood nnd appreciated.
lllshop Willis lins declined the Invi
tation to conduct the memorial ser
vices to Queen Victoria In Kuwalnhas
church on Friday afternoon at 2
o'clock He states that not to hold n
memorial service In St. Andrew '3
cathedral would be an everlasting d's
gracc to the Anglican Church In Ha
waii whatever other commemoration
might have been decided on. lllshop
Willis Ins therefore caused it to be in
nounced that n memorial service will
be held fn St. Andrew's on Sunday next
and Hint there will be accommodations
for COO people If some will not mind
The Hcv. John I'sborne has consent-
oil to nrrange for nnd to conduct the
Victoria united memorial service In
Knwalahao church Friday afternoon.
Mr. Ushorne will be assisted by thi
Ilevs Hamilton I,ce, W. M. Klncnll
nnd H. II. Parked. The basis of the
service will be tho collects of the
Episcopal church prnjir book. The
government band will be in attend
ance to furnish some of the music and
nil government offices will be closed
during the afternoon. Governor Dole
nml other Territorial officers will bs
A meeting of the promoters of tho
Gospel Temperance League was held
In tho Y M. C A. Inst night. Perhaps
the most important mnttcr thnt enmo
up wns the consideration of n charte
n draft of which as read h sections
nml nftemmds adopted ns a whole to
he rntlded nt n mass meeting. The
charter expressly states that nnv sign
er of n Murphy temperance pledge will
he ellgllilc to membership.
The manngement of the league will
he In the hands of n council consist
ing of twcnt-one members This body
will lino full power to conduct busi
ness nml conduct the membership A
committee consisting of rrnnklln II.
Austin H If .Slianl.H and Miss Ynrro.v
was appointed to submit suitable
names for officers nyd directors
Another meeting will be held nt "
o'clock Tlimsdm rcnlng In the Y SI.
C A At that time, officers will be
The use of the Singer In millions of
homes bIiows the unprecedented suc
cess of these Ideal sewing machines.
It Is convincing pi oof that the Singer
excels In nil kinds of family sen In
nnd ntt needle work. All our sewing
machines nre of the best constitution,
beautifully decorated, and nte mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
riblncts of artistic design. I). Ilcr
gersen. 4igent, 1CH Iiethel street, P. O.
Tho icseno forco of nntUcs Is be
lng kept up b Captain Parker. Thcto
nie but tw cut -four men now but thes
hno been drilled regularly so thai
the nro now In excellent shape. Cnp
tn 1 11 Parker considers It n ety good
scheme to keep these men In hnnd right
nlong for, In case of necessity, they can
be drawn upon to fill vn ancles.
vt iTiiiTifcis ii rf MaiiifljHlBBsBilhiilK
I Country Club Lunchecn Spwlalllis. I
I Vfil Cum rrk Uflt. Vil Ut Gbttto I
M fM(v.Tio4trWa ( Sect MmMm St I
I ?lrM?- ' WtllW RliVM, (takltai I
Wtf. U. lHWU
Son rrancitco AgentiTn Nrvd
National Bank or San Francisco.
San Franoiboo The Nevada Natlona
Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank of London
New York American Exchange N
Ciiioaoo Merchants National Bank
Paris Credit Lyonuatm
IIrrun Dresdner Bank.
IIONKONQ AND YOKOHAMA Honk.DK
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Nkw Zkaund anii Auhtiuxia Bank
o( New Zealand.
Victoria and Vanoouvkr Bank 1
British North Amorlo.
Trusact 1 General Banting mil Eicime Buuu
Dtpolsti Received. Lon mJe on Ap
proved Becnrity. riommercUl and Traveltrl
Credits IiiDed. Bills of Eichsnge bough
VlI.LlOTIOBi PBOMI-n.T ACCOtTKTBD TOl.
Transact a General' Banking
nnd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all tho principal cities
Interest allowed after July
1, 1898, on fixed deposits 7
day notice 2 per cent., (this
form will not bear interest
unless it remains undis
turbed for ono month), 3
nioiitliB 3 por cent., 6 months
3& por cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEC. tl, 18, lU.ITr.fc.
Mone loaned on approved security.
A Savings Bank fcr monthly deposit,
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twentieth Serl of Stock la arr
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Praa
dent; S. D. Rose, Vice President; C. B.
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretar?
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, B. B.
Rose, A V. Gear. A. W. Keech. Hcnrr
Smith, J. L. McLean, X. D. Holt, O. J
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
chamber of Commerce rooms
Orllce Hours' 12:301:80 p n
StSKQP SQ Q.
Savings Deposits will b.
rccoUod and luterost allowed by thl
Itank at four and ono-balf per cent,
Printed coplos of the Rules and Reg
illations may be obtained on application.
ODlco at bank building on Morchan1
BISHOP it OO,
Tije Yokohama Specie 2m
PiljUpCieltnl . .
Rctirvei 1 uni
.......,,t Yen t4 ooc.000
Tho Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of exchange. Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts
a general banking business.
On Flaea Depoilt foi ia noctlia, 4 ser teat .
On Fliea Depoilt lor 6 nontfta, IH "
Oo Fliti De;oilt lor li. 1
Brinch of tht Yokohama Specli Dank,
Hew Rspanlic Building. Ill Kin si, Uotcltn
FRED 'J. CROSS,
Consulting and Raperlntendlrig
Electrical & Hydraulic
FJoctro-iIydraulic Power Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FintNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Office noxt to Poccmce. 12S1
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ISTIVATtS FURMSIICU ON ALL KIVOS OF
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, lllltids, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work, Finish Turning
KAWAIAIlAO ST., KEWALO,
Tel. White 1221. P. O. Box 552.
S06 Judd Block, Tele. 63S,
Honolulu Ironworks Oo
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CIIINERY ot evpry capacity and de
scription mada to order. Boiler work
and niVETED PIPES for lrrlgatloa
purposes a specialty. Particular attea
tlon paid to JOB WOHK, and repairs
leeuted at akortast nstlcaj.