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' RVKXIKO BULLETIN. HONOLULU H. T., THURSDAY, FnD. 14, 1901.
Evening Bulletin I
tbllhed Rry Day except Sundny,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of II . by tbc
ULLK11N I'UHLISIIINO COMPANY.
WALLACl! It KAUUlNiVTON . Kdltor
Entered nt the l'on Office at Houu
lulu nt second class matter
Per month, anywhere In U. S. ..$ .75
Per car 8.00
Per year, postpaid, forclpn 13 00
Payable Invnrlably In ndvance.
Post Omce Box 718
TiinisuAY. . ruimrAHY n. limi
. ... v. , .. ... ...n I nnd It was wlniimB for their Is no
AruIii the A.l.ertlsers ercitesttlin' , )(( 1)(1U Tu, JIn(t(,r ,,, ,
of Its InteKrltj causes the cnmniunltv ' ,,,,, nmn P1(1(r() nn, friendless little
to smile As a llrst class preinrlcntorl nation which Is wllllni! to tlRht to be
tho Adurtlser has no supeilois Jfi" We ro partners and put up the
, fsttuiBth of soitntv mlllon sminthlz
lletween the smashing and Kiiash- vri and the resources of the I'nltcd
Ins of Mrs Nation and the war be- States play '
...i ... i t..i. -ii 4thltiR but Europe rnmhln-d
IMi-ru inpuiiiiit i.,.,.,. ,. ......... ....
re paling Into I
It Is Indeed iinAmerlt.in that .1 man
unlimited for contempt of court should j
be confined In a cc:nlct prison. T lint
Hawaii has no other deient place to
mid a man held to uiinunt bv n court ,
demonstrate how tliuriiiiRhli linAiiicr-
lean Is Hawaii s prism (intern from top
to bottom It ahem, him little tespeU
Hawaii undei lis Inst Roiernmtnt ever
known lias respi leu ine rigniit in mi-
HOAO MAKi'.KS VtX.LUCT.
Writing of the conditions on Wat
lnku side streets the llulletln'a Maul
"Now. those law ahlillUK eltlztn
wlah that aome experlen. ed roid mak-
ii wcro tent mi from Honolulu to put if
these roada In condition foi It seems
the policy or the Uoail Hoard and Its
roid supervisor to onlj look after the
main thoroughfares and to Ignore ut
terl the other streets. Some of the
latter have been badly In need of ic
pairs for the last ttr or more cars.
nnd the load aupiMlsor himself ac
knowledges thai nothing has ever been
done to tin m during tint enilre period
Surel no coniinmilti outside of Hono
lulu could have In en patknt so long
but the fact Is there are no wealttn
sugar planters that lle on those loads
else those thoroughfares would have
bee inttcndcd to ten c.irs ago."
Our correspondent ranges a mistake
in nsKIng for n rciul maker to bo sent
up from Honolulu The icnsnns ,ue
obvious to nnv citizen who will m.il.e a
tour ot the streets of this cltv. even In
the precincts of the homes of wealthy
sugar planters Judging from condi
tions hero and In Wnliuku the road
makers of the Tcrrltoi) will stand
vigorous prodding h the Legislature.
The l.nlles ir th m Iriiin lommltln
hiving in iii.ugi tin .ui.iugi meiii oi
the di 111 shed fm the c timing Mm ill
(ir.is carnival got down tn.!itunl work
this moinliig .mil with the sound of
the hnmmei and saw things have be
come quite livelj at the di 111 shed.
Prom now on until the night of the
19th Inst nil will be evltenutit and
eveij bodv will be .it work ti.insform
Ing tho Interior of the nillitnrv head
quarters Into n peifitt bower of beau
ty. SAILORS IN TIKIUItLli
Threo tailors liter, Schaltr. and
Ilcppei of the steamer American, whn
were arrcstnl aboml that vessel jts
terday on the chirge of drunkenness
nnd who were this morning Until f
nnd costs In the Police Cour,t, ha
been itanibtiU on couiplalnt of l'lrxt
Dalton states that during the "rourh
house'1 nboird jesttrdav aftcinoon. the
tluee sailors ass lulled him with
l.nlvcs and that, had It not been foi
his friends aboard, bo might hnve f.inil
The captain of the American nnd her
prlmlp.il ofllceis were all nt the police
station this morning 'I he tnptaln savs
the sailors In question am a bad lot ant
he Is verj anxious to have them "sent
up" on tho i hnrge of assault and bat
tery with a weipnn obviously and Im
minently dangerous to life.
lni.L INTO A CHSSPOOL.
A native towboj and his horse fell
Into a nowl) mado cesspool on the
(liimlsis of James (llbbon at 1'awan at
nbout S o'clock last night. It hcems
that ho and somn of his fi lends weie
riding niniig on hoi si luck In n state of
Intoxication When thej reached the
place mentioned the horse suddenly
turned Into the plaie The icsspool
being close li and unccucied, the
horse nnd rider went into it
Trunk Poster an dothci nelplibois get
to wink and soon had both man and
lioiso out of the illlemm.i I'oitunately.
neither vvns huit
nXIMcP-KS CAR ItOKItKI).
1'hiladelpliln Pcdi t A car of tho
Adams i:pretia Cfinipnii) attached to
.. ... ..,.!... ,. .1.1 .1... n. .l.l
11 ". V""' .?.' ." ,.',."" 'v.'.. "W,
,a- .obi.... ... .onto of .nl.lln.n!,,'
frolKbt t'Htlmutnl to bo vvoith about
$1,1)110 Tlio itibbPij vhih not illscov
ortd until biihii time nftti tho tialn
had nnlit'il nt .It imi Cltv
UxpioHH MrsMioRer Thiimaa Harbor
nf Tionton wns In tluiiKt of tin tins
liolniiKliiK to tho AdaniH llvpiida Com
pany, but his oiiIcih umiiIiiiI him to
lemnlii In n tar which muled din
inoi.da nnd Jovvolry nnd cimhtiinntlv
ho vmih iinuvvnin of tho pirHtnrn of
tho inbbcrs In tho otlur tnr It Is
thoiiRht tho robbera entered with n
N ir h
Mmk Tuniii wilttf with tii'rtlleis
nnrcaim 'To the ptrsou ruuing In
who rnnnnt neom
fiinii) to tliofc ho nt'm Its alms
sttnmht at President McKlnlc-i and
the Imperialistic pollc Ho blttcrli
reproaches tbc dmlnl8tr.itlnn for
denlliiK In countufelt promises lln
"And In anil "by comes America
and our MaMei of the Game jilayn It
badlj plnm It as Mr Chamberlain
was plniing It In Smith Urlcn It was
a mistake to do that also It was one
Willi li was quite unlookeit for In n
Master who was plnvliiR It so well In
Cuba In Cuba he was pln.vliiK the
usual and lt'Riiinr meiliaii Kami-
ill flint liniwl ninl Pnifitii, mil
nnX com,0 ,, all) thing Then n
Cuba no was following our Rrp.it tri
dltlons In a wn which made us vt rv
proud of him and prouii of the deep
I dissatisfaction whlib his pla wasi
i pinwiklnK In contlnent.ii Europe1 1
' 1I..I . .1 I.. lilnli InnlilxAtli.n 1m K wr H I
m tl)(w MrrnK W(inlij wholi pro j
,almeil tint ruirllili anm-xntlnn i
would be iilmlnal nKKHssInn and In,
that uttcr.inci llic-d nnotlii i shot I
',"" '""",1 t- w.trl.l Tin "' "ton of
IlitM MIU' nil TIIK will III 'UiiilMH '
the million of no nit of hi sin
nt of his saw oni'
It wl.hln tw.lw
irible eii'.pi'l along
tliat lie forgot
miinths nnd its honori
Tor presentlv came tin Phlllpplii"
'temptation It was ntnmg It was too
Minns nnd be made that bad mis
tike li i.. ' the Km op. an isniiu
thi t'limr H inli ?ame Itwnsaiiltv.
,t as a r-.at -'1n that erroi I'm It
, .,,. ,,,,. ,, ,,m, t Aa
tin' mt mn Biime npaln nd nt mi
ml 'lldi w'nnl'iR- to be i:ath ndi
lli Ii ii nil pel min 'lit Itld
f II M 1
i i Pine tiaPHinhslbli
lililien of tin llag
Tin, Inn ut Till . Allhough the
Minor of Clin liinntl has liucd a (ier
mli foi tcn-'Mtui'l him: between ( htlds
and M.utlii and a tweniv-iouud bout
bet w tii leffiles and ltublln In this
cltv on 1'elini.nv 15th Ills evident now
that the events lanuot In pulled olT
wit, mtit coming In conflict with the
linn iionei of the State, as well as
will I lie opposing elements In this
M.ivnr riclschmanu has puslstentlj
nfi'aetl penults foi local fights oi box
ing iiintists of an kind but In sm
Rtn with the old "atugcrfest Assu
clarlon. liefpromKetl n pemilt for their
bt nt fit on rubrn.tr lJth nnd Kept his
word, notwithstanding the storm oi
local opposition, It Is not believed
tint Mavoi I'b Isehmaiin will go nnv
fiirlbei than he has gone In issuing the
pi null He will not ue the police of
the cltv to protect the contests In the
event of the opposition of (loverniii
Nash and there Is no longer nnv doubt
about the opposition of the Ooveinoi
rmilblit the following was lectivcd:
Columbus. O. l'lh 2 To the .S.icn
geifest Association. Cincinnati You
are iiiifoi lunate In jour preparations If
the aff.ili Is to be slmpl a boxing con
ttst The signs all point uncirltiglv to
a nrlre fight I will be governed l
this tvldenie nnd the affair will not be
permitted If vnu peislst win will find
v ourselves In ( fulfill t with all the pow
ers of the State
"C.r.OItfli: K NSI1 C.overnor"
HANDSOME LK IS " DEAD
Sioux Palls S 1) Peb 1 The kill
ing on the Lower Unite Indian IUei
vatlon u ft w das ago of Handsome
111k bj a p.ut of lmllan polliimen Is
the t losing .ii t 111 the . inel of an In
dian dtspcr.ulo who stood seiond onlv
to the f.initiua Apnihe Kid ' Iledlid
with his indcc.islns on. The hlstorj of
the Sioux nation does not contain the
i -me of a more noted dmpundo than
Handsome Llk. or one who for so long
a period hid defied tho Pedtrnl and
State nutboiltlis and Kept the fiou
tler In a turmoil of exiltuncnt.
Pol in u ilian .1 dei ule llauilsnme
Clk held undisputed sw.i as the most
famous despeiado of his tilbe, and dill
liirf tint period caused the I'ulted
States aullioiitlis endlcbtiouble and
npnovanie Ho was thelicst HhofNvith
Winchester or six-shooter of his tribe,
and being absolutely without feal was
a foeuinn win Hi) of nn) mans sttel.
Ilarllett Tilpp, for )cars United
States Mlnlktu to Austila-llungaiy,
and later the Aineilcan leprchentntlvo
on tho Saiuonn Ciimmlsslon had been
niougnt in coniaci wun mis iiesiJui.iiui
and noted Sioux despeiado Judge
Tripp, pievlous to the admission of
South Dakota Into tho Inloii was a
'leiiltoilal Judge, whose Juiisdlcllou
iMeuiliil owr the wboU of what ale
now the State ot North nnd South Da
kota, and conducted the trial of Ilaud
bomo i:ik on tho chaigo of minder.
I'tiiir StfirlcB CollupKC.
PlttflbuiK, Ptb I The larse fom
xtoiv Iiidi flout ilouble bulldlnii on
Wood Ktitit oc,cuiltd lis the SU'V'U
I Ki.n A- Poster I'.lntl.iK fomimny, .ol
- - " AT
II. m was niiiiit Tin bullillnti had
Il I II f lObCMl foi icpiln
i stimuli d at $1C0 uuO
Tlio loss la
?J.'."'f?.,,,.,."",$. 10 cl oil drwiriMi
N'oiv York Kt l 2 In the
American Kivliu foi thl
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
' - -
Sterling Blue Flame Oil Stoves
hiiinn closed out our old stock of the old
patterns, we are now offering the l.ttest
Improved Patterns. Call and ex
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In Household nnd Kitchen Utensils
These nrc NEW GOODS and the QUAL
ITY .tin! PRICE will please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NhW INOICES TO HAND.
A large stock will arrive on the "W. G.
IRWIN" now due.
and t large
Bethel Street Household Department.
WB UAVb ON LMIIBITION AT OUR
f.MurcliiitiL St., but. I-ort unci Alukeu.
We invite you to inspect our Up-to-date Vehicles and get our
price if you contemplate buying.
MOItGAN, C. DROWN, F. IIUbTACL, C. II. ATHCRTON,
PretUtnt VUe PrcsUvnt Secrttjry AuJltor
Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith Coal,
Also White and Black Sand.
WHOLESALE AND RCTAIL.
TLLLI'IIONL. .MAIN :o5- SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO DRAYING
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch,
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living In
a legitimate vvav. y motto
Is "HOM sT WOltK AT HON-
! Hae Moved
my plumbing buslneis to Fc
St. opposite the Club Stables
rcleplione, White J57L wh-re
I have In sto.k the following
enameled Iron and sttel clad,
with nkkle pteJ trlmmlnus;
als) wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out.
anj Syphon, jet st) le.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
and mubl: with nickle plated
Wah Tiajs, enameled Iron
with wood cove-.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Bollersan J Stands
Water Plre, Faucets and Trim
mings, Cialvan'ed Iron, Gut
ters,Cornlces, Stone Pipe, I In
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
Your Trade Is Solicited.
j .. w
J3S. NOll, Jl., Sanitary Plumber.
" -" ' '"
R. W. ATKINSON
IuirnlHiied or Unfiirnlhlicil.
KOOM ii. MAGOON BI.D.,
The, Evening BulUtln, 7t wiu v
assortment cf useful HOUSE
HOLD UlbNSILS now being opened up.
V. II. HOOGS,
Trcas ani Manager
CO., Ltd., Q"g
IS THE UUST
It ContnlnH only It 117-100
per cent Alcohol.
Per Barrel, 6 dozen quarts
Per Case, 4 doen quarts
t. Company, Ltd.
KINQ AMI IIE1IIEL MkLLTS
JUST THINK !
Heat any proposition ever offered to
the public before In Honolulu. You
can buy .in artistic moJern six room
liouve, lirst-ckm plumbing with en
ameled fixtures for Jjooo.oo, rlRht In
the heart of the city. F.lectrlc and
horse earn v Ithln one block.
g 10.00 per month.
If this does'nt teat pa Ine rent, vv hat
Sec plans and learn pattlculats from
Clias. E. Moore & Co.,
Room 8, Mirooii Block.
1 740-1 m Merch uit and Alakea Sts,
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanti
Valley, Honolulu, contalulni; 20 acres,
more or less, and know n as the Nuuanu
I'lll Saloon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated vv Ith fruit trees, etc,
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf 15 Kaahumanu St.
Conoliy Club Luncheon S(ielal(Iit
FrkMttf.aMlM U htarnt. Se4 Cfckkta n4
Twcm.TtrW U gtt UmMt Ur
ftWMU t4 m mm Utimtmt ttttM, fMlM
Snn rYancfieo Agenti 'Inn Nr.7
National I!am of Sav 1'k.noisi
Man 1'iuni'isto -Tho tlovndu N'atio
Hank of Shii l'mnclico
Ixiniion Tim Union Hunk of LoMb
Snvv YoiiK American Kxelmnge
CmcAoo Morchants National lUn
Paiiih Crodlt Lyonunln.
ItKiiMV Dresdnnr Hunk
IIonuo.mi anii Yokoiiaua Ilimk.ll),
Hhnnghnl Ilnuklng Corporation.
Newt .i:aiami anii Avrthaija In
of Now i'.OHland.
ViirroniA anii Vancouvkk llsnli
Ilrltlsb North AmerlcH.
TraDSJd i General Bmiiaz aMEictuueBir.st
Depolstt Received. Loans rasde on A(-
B roved decarlty. nommerclsl nd Tr.velci
redlts Iseaed. Bllli of Exchange bong
UOLLIOTIOHB PbOUFTLT AOrOUKTBD Tov
sisk:op c& oc
Transact a General Banku j
and Exchange Business.
Coimuorcial and Travoler 1
Lottors of Credit issued, ava.
iiblo in all tlie principal citii
of tho world.
Interest allowod aftor Jul;
1, 1898, on iixod doposttii '
day notice 2 per cent., (thi?
form will not bear hitoros'
unless it remains uiitlis
turbod for ono month), 3
mouths T per cent., G montlu
3J per cent., 12 nionths 4
Pioneer Building an
ASSETS. DEC. II, 1S, 11I,C7T.
Mone loaned on approved iccurltj
ASavlnBBank for monthly depoilti
HouHes built on the monthly lniUc
men pis .
Twentieth Sorl of Stock li if
OFFlCBnS T. F. IjinBlnn, Pre-
dontj 8. 11. ncoo. Vice Precldent; a. r
Orny. Treasurer; A. V. dear, SccrtUn
DirtECTORS T. F. LaiiflnB. H I
llooo. A. V. Ocar, A. W. Keech, Uecr
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. t
Uray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. QKAn,
Lhnmber ot Commerce, roomt.
Office Hour- M'Sn Tin p n
Ravings Deposit will 1.
received and Interout allowod by th
Bank at tour and ono-balf per cent
Printed coplou of tho Ruloa and To
ulatlonx may bo obtaluod on upplicatlcn
OKUo at bank building on Morclift'
BISHOP A an
TIje oahama Specie Bet
V en ic m,cjcjo
Yrn 1 5 (c
Kvk.ivci 1 una
Itll 3 l)U,COO
lleil Office, Yokohmni,
Tho Hank buys and receives for col
lection mils ot Excliango, Issues Draft
and Letters ot Credit, and transact!
a general banking business.
Oo Flitd Dtpoilt for 11 noQtlii, 4 pr cm! 1. 1
On Hit D.poilt lor 1 aontbi, ih "
Oo rin4 Dtpoilt for 1 icioF t
Unnch of Ihl Yokoliimi Sped! Dink.
Hew Republic Billim, 111 Klu SL, lloiglu,
1200 Lots 1200
The Kapiolani Tract ex
tends from King street to the
Beach. A road 60 feet wide
will be opened on the east
side of the propeity adjoin
ing the Kamehameha Gills'.
School; said road will ex
tend to the sea.
Cross-ioads will be opened5.
between blocks. Every loU
will have a frontage on a
rpad. The elevation varies
fiom forty feet high to ten
feet high above sea level.
No swamps around the
premises." 'No freshet' will
enter the propeity.
There is an offer to buy a
pait of the property by a
great manufacturing com
pany. The chances are the
offer may be accepted. There
is every reason to believe
that the prices of lots will in7
crease in a short time. The
owner of the property will
give all chances to purchase
ers to make money on theft
The ground is superior to
a y tiact in the market.
The premises aie situated
within one mile and a half of
The Government water
pipes are laid along the upper
poi tion of the property.
The prices are the cheap
est of any tract within two
miles -from the center of the
The terms which will be
given to purchasers will be
the best ever given by any
rea estate dealer or broker
during the last twenty years
For terms or more particu
lars, apply to
S. M. Kanakanui
Survejor and Manager of
Kapiolani Tract Co. '
W. C. Aclii & Co.
Real Estate Dealers and