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CVI3NIN0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU It. T.. SATUnDAY, PEn. . 10, 1001.
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3ATl,Ul)AY.i....Fi:ilKPAltY Hi. 1001.
Complete details of Mrs. C.mle Na
tion s movements slum that within live
dajs she has smashed numeiotis sa
loons. Kt smashed In the head hciself,
bien ai etised bv her own followers with
bcliiis a coward and has set out for Chi
cago to "shako tip the dry bones." As
nn exponent of the strenuous life,
Carrie Is running a closo seionil to the
As forecast by the Ilullctlli. the Agill
naldo letters constitute the most seri
ous (hnrge biought against Delegate
Wilcox by those seeking to unseat lilm. '
The icfusal to discuss the Delegate's
marriage and the pointed questions re
garding the pttttinlf of other parties
dm Ing the clutiou show that on these
points the committee would hne dis
posed of the contestants In short order
These letters though relleetlug tittle
irodlt on the Delegate's former friend
Moicno servo to pl.ne the HepublleniiB
of Congress on trlnl, mole particular!! i
the large number on re.on. du.lug the
election and In Congicss as condemn' '
Ing the treasonable utterances of Am
erican Plllplno supporters, l'ullure to
take cognizant c mid serious action on
this point will foice cery Uepubll
enn leader from the President down to
offer an explanation to his constitu
ents. This Is nn ever distasteful and
damaging task let alone the degree of
lojnlty to principle whbh Is exempli
fied. If party assertions ntnoutn to
anything there can be but one result.
Loudon Pebrunry ' A Bpeclal ells-,
patch from Cape Town says thnt Gen
eral Di- Wet aciordlng to Cape Town
reports. Intends to annex various dis
tricts of Catie Colony and then to
commandeer men ami supplies, nltho"
he Is not urging tho colonlstB to Join
The wnr olllce loeelved n very heavy
South African casualty list yesterday,
showing In addition to thirteen killed
and seventj -seven wounded In action,
eighty two deaths irom disease during
the pr sent mouth l.at-t mouth thlitv
(Killers and Sou mm commissioned offi
cers nnil men wire killed in nctlon or
died from dlsi nse The total death
list from the neglnnlng of the
i-liows 12.AS9 lc tlms
WORDS THAT DID IT
Follow lug Is tho htcnogiaplur's ic
port of tho coincrkatlon In Judge
Humphreys Couit that led to ten d.is
for contempt for C. C. Hitting:
Mr. Hitting May 1 ask our Honor
whether tho steni'Kliphcr mailu a rec
ord of jour Honor's thaigo to the
The CourtT-I nm sure 1 don't know.
Mp lllttlhir I bIiiuiIi' wUIi in tnkf?
" 1 ...
some exceptions in order trf rclinllengp-
tho array of the .lurv.Jhnt will possitiiy.i
tiy this each In the matter, that Is tho
reason I nhked the question. It is ery
peculiar niul unusual.
Tho.Court Step to tho liar Mr. Hit
ting. Now you will cxplalu what yon
minii, sir. '
Mr. WttlnB--l simply mean that 1
wish to protect the rights of Mr. lieu I
Zablan who will piobahly be Indicted
hy the (Jrand Jury under tho Instruc
tions nnd the ihnrgo given by your
Tho Court What do you mean by
tho expres8lon,"pccullar ana unusual"
ns applied to this Court?
Mr. Hitting I simply mean-that I
want to protect the rights of my client.
Tho Court Well, I nm Inclined to
think thnt ou meant n great deal moro
than that, sir. I regard our langungo
ns an Insult to this Court.
Mr. Hitting 1 beg your Honor's par
don, neither personally nor oillclnlly
would I utter nny languago that could
bo so construed.
The Court I do not think thnt any
other construction conl'Vio placed upon
tho language you used, sir.
Mr. Hitting Your Honor mny bo llko
myself then, peculiarly sensitive, but 1
certainly had no Intention
The Court Tho Judgment of this
Court Is that you bo committed to Jail
for tho period of ten days for nn open
and flagrant contempt of Court.
Mr. lialllff will take charge of Mr.
Mr. Hitting May I nsk tho Court If
1 may havo tho prlvllego of going to
my olTIco befoio tho sentence
The Court The sentence Is effectlvo
from now. You arc In tho custody of
tho bailiff nnd you will bo accorded
such privileges as tho sheriff In exe
cuting tho piocess of this Court may
allow you and no more
ARE YOU DEA??
KTcrr kind of tleiifiir and dinirult litnr
fluff (mi Im rtirrtt iijruur now InTuntloni on It
itiuiut liuvln tiflmi liorn fitaf nre Incurnblu oU
liiiliiM'Ui (ofmoiii niif. heiid (larttcutars nbout
your tuio Cnnuttiln and udvkt) frrc. KMry
line rtin rum lilmaelt ut h own tiomo at very
DIR. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC,
IM Lusalli) Avenue. CHIOAOO, I LI. U.S.A.
Bf II (I!
PeKlng. l'oliruary 8 The foreign
i-nvos met this morning to consider
the edict presented by the Chinese
plenipotentiaries tcgardlns the sus
pension of enmluniions for the enrs.
and also the punishment of offlclals
guilty of not presenting outrages, on
foreigner. Thy olijcrfd.tn the vvijld
Ing of th'i edict, vvhlclf ItMtlc jrjlmjn
that the troubles were iMliety gnV
to the action of the nntleCbrlstlatis.
Sntisfnetor In otner nftfJerTOt vvnn
altered to suit the views of the en
voi, and then returned ,tp flic pleni
potentiaries. It Is reliably reported thnt more
than 20.000 Mr)linmmednns hnvc reap
peared In Peking uttrltig ao 1ftt foiffl
weeKs. Willi the ojneei oi creating ois
turlinnccs during the Chlnosc celebra
tions at the New Year. Tho Hermans
have accordingly Issued nn order to
their troops thnt no one shall walk
alone, and no one shall go unarmed,
The order directs the (lermnn troops
to search nil Chinese, nno never, under
any consideration, to enter Chlneso
private houses on Invitation, unless In
The more widely Known the de
mands of the foreign envovs are
among the Chinese the more the be-,
lief snrends that the court will not i
I . . I..,!.. 1...-n.f I
1 nccepi infill i-nM'rmii im- ii.-iimiiit
I for the punishment of Tung I'll llsl
' eng. who pnellcallv controls the en
tire Chinese nrmv nnart from the
troopi with the comt anil who Is now
In the province of Kiinsu,
I Tunn he would be able to hold out for
I an Indefinite period. The opinion Is
gaining ground among the gcnernls
that possibly a spring campaign
against the province o, Sheu-sl
Xo ntiswcr to the latest comma
I Hon from the foielgn cinoyi Is expect
I ed from the court Defore Tuesday next
'at the earliest, but tb" en.ojs hope
, I he replv w'll be satisfactory.
DIAMOND HEAD MISTAKES
The btrmnvr Doric arrived this morn
ing from San 1'ianclsco, after a voyage
of fix da s and seventeen hours. She
v.as off Diamond Head at A. 21 o'clock
this morning and wns reported as tin?
Last night at about 11 o'clock, the.
Maul uns sighted coming bade from
Maul ami Hawaii and the man at the
lookout reported the Doric. The pilot
went out to meet her and found It was
The announcement of the Doric and
Aorangl. both of which wero wrong,
has caused a great deal of kicking
among those Interested In the two ves
sels and It looks ns If a determined
effoit wns at last to be made by tlio
merchants to have Petersen put hack
In the lookout station so that people
will not be led astray bytho false re
ports sent In from Diamond Head as to
the arrival of vessels.
The lookout ut Diamond Head Is
pnld by the public purso for the accom
modation of the public. The public Is
not getting what they nre pajlng for
and hencotho kick.
Steamer JMmil Touched
The steamer Majl got aground In the
channel lat night on her way In from
Maul and Hawaii ports sli I uulJ In
thand and got herelf off wlth.iut much
difficulty. The new iurrcnt formed bv the
late hetvv w rather f rmlng a tar at the
entrance lo th- channe1, Is partly respon
slsle for the accident.
No damac vv as done the veel and te-
cort or the sm.ililni! of irmkerv and
fearing of paeiicers. published In til s
moraine Advenher. a e bram'td ns mill
clous lalsehooJs bv the superintendent of
the Wilder btetmship Company,
I'resld-nt Wh'te. sn this tnornliiK.
said: "The Advertiser's storv about
bumping and pounding Is a)l jYrfect nop
ense and mut have nrlglnited In the"
hriln of a reporter Instead ol having been
ob'alned frum authentic purees.
"The cause of theacclJent wis this an 1
eu will fee, it absIve tbe captain rrom
blame s hatever. Whenever, tln,fUiQ
jf jtcVit for Incoming foreign sle.uucrs a e
put In the channel hs was done last iiiRht,
a 'red light Is plaird on the mld-ihanncl
"Instead of that, a white light was
placed In this buoy and. the red light un
the buoy nt the wpsterlvintranie'tn the
hart or. The captain took the red light
fcr a "null choon:r zilnz out
i cinti .i h ll.i.t till Mil.' Ht'llR In
position, he saw that the red light trust
in.uk a tuny. He nat'.rally suprosed this
" te the m-d-chann I buoy. As soon as
I IIC UI-lUVC CU III 'I U (lll-MU.,1 II.JU iltl
ma. tnr lielm ws tlirimn over out it
was too late, the captain saw he could not
back his engines without throw hip; his
vessel squarely on the sand bar. ''
Col. Coniwrll, one of the pissengers
aboard the Maul, stales that he did not
know the ves-cl lnd struck until she was
off acaln. there was not the least bit of
Seventeen negro lnboiers ariived In
tho steamer Santa Ana e3terdy, They
wero transferred to tho steamer Heleno
nnd left for Muhuhonn last evening.
Henry Iay & (jo.
Boston Block, Fort Street
24 Telepliones 22.
Jii8t. In pep
S. S. "Zealandla'f
Fresh Eastern & Coctail Oysters
Fresh Golden Gloss bloaters,
Ked and White Giibbage,
Fresh Finen H.uldieb,
hating Chocolates, x f
Grenhagens' ciiocdlafe Creams,
and n lot of other delicies too num
erous to mention, r
COME AND SbE US. S
Deliveries leave daily vto Waijvllvi
and PHlamu. and the best of atten
tion guaranteed. ',,'.
.1- -' ' ' "
BETHEL. STREET. Sf
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
. f -f-futt"f -t- -
Stirling Blue Flame Oil Stoves
. ) V v Having closed out our old stock of the old
, patterns, we are now off ring the latest
Improved Patterns. Call and ex
V amine them.
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In Household and Kitchen Utensils
Ihese tire NEW GOODS and the QUAL
ITY and PRICE will please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests '
NbW INVOICES TO HAND,
Of Glassware. .;..
A Urge stock
and a large assortment cf useful HOUSE
HOLD UTENSILS now being opened up.
Retliel Street Household Denartment.
WE HAVE ON EXHIBITION AT OUK
tMorcliunt St., l-mt. Port nnd Alukcii.
We invite you to inspect our Up-to-date Vehicles and get our
price if you contemplate buying.
J. F. .MORGAN, C. liHOWS', F. lIUSTACHr C. ll. ATHLRTON,
PrrslJrnt Vice I'roUint Secretary AuJltor
Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith Coal,
Also White and Black Sand.
TLLLI'IIONL, .MAIN 195.
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HONLST WORK AT HON
r.ST PUICI S." ' ' "
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to Ft
St. opposite the Club Stables
Telephone, ,WhIl 3571, ) litre
I have In tto:R (he following
Roods : .
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nkkle p'ated trimmings;
als wood, lnc lined.
Watsr Closets, Wash Out.
and Syphon, jet stv, let.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
mid m ,rble u lib nlckle plated
Wash Tiajs, enameled Iron
with wood cove-.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water ilol lers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
m'ngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Ornlces.Stone Pipe, fin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber.
R. W. ATKINSON
PntntMlieil nr IJnfutnlHlieil.
room'ii, ivTagoon ni!6., '',
MERCHANT ST. i l
Tbe Evening Bulletin, 7t ntnU v
uiooOv. ! . .
wN... . 1 nniMiiiwMiwi 11 ffjVjltiiiijiiummm
arrive on the "V. G.
V. II. HOOGS,
Trea. ni Manaeer
CO., Ltd., Q"St-
WIIOLESALU AND RUTAIL.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO DRAY1NG
IS THE IJI58T
It Contnlnn only :i U7-I00
per cent Alcohol.
Per Uarrel, G doon quarts
Per C.ise, 4 doen quarts
-j Company, Ltd.
Kfd AND BtTMEL STUtTS.
JUST THINK !
Beats any proposition ever offered to
the public belore In Honolulu. You
can buy an artistic modern six room
house, first-class plumbing with en
ameled fixtures for J3000.00, right In
the heart of the city. Electric and
horse cars within one block.
$10. OU per month.
If this does'nt beat paying rent, what
See plans and learn particulars from
Clias. E. Moore & Co.,
Room 8, Magoon Block,
I7a6-im Merchant and AlakeaSts,
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
m,ore or less, and known as the Nuuanu
fall Sa'oon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
A bargain, '
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf 15 Kaajiumanu St,
TRIBUTE FROM ASSOCIATES
Couzens Grinds Out a Few Lines Under
the Inspiration of the Hos
pitality of Former
Tho associates of V. V. C. Hasson
In the Internal Hccntio olllce were en
tertained by him at a dinner Inst even
Ins nt the Pacific Club. The party was
a small one but the occasion was norffc
the less pleasant. Messrs. ' Couzens,
Dinkc, Whclan and Revenue Acent
Klcther wero tho guests.
When tho refreshments had bceri
properly honored, Mr. Couzensjnado a
neat speech and presented Mr. Ilnsson
with a beautiful engrossed mcmorla).
II wns designed by Mr. Couzens nnd sa
vored of revenue. A vignette showing
tho various Insignia of the olllce ap
pears at the top and a graceful, poem
follows. The body of tho scroll reads:
To W. V. C. Ilasson
"We w ho have for so long been with
you. n part of that ast machine kuuwu
ns the Department of Internal Heicnus
of the I'nl'.ed S'ates, tender you this
certificate cm the ce of separation. Wo
appreciate a feeling of Keen regret
that you nre no longer with us and
hope Blncerely that the qualities of un
failing geniality, falthfulncrs and ab
solute Integrity which wc know you to
possess, will win ou success hereaf
ter." Tho signatures nre made over a doz
en revenue stamps. Tho poem dedi
cated to Mr. Ilasson runs:
No more thy ragged slgnnture will dec
orate tho page,
i No more the weird Assessment I.lst
provoke thy soul to rage.
May thoso ghostly forms that hover, at
midnight oier thee,
lie other than Form G8. Form 1 and 2.1.
Oh I may thy dreams be peaceful, and
visions meet thy view.
More gentle than that awesome thing.
Form number 22.
No more, we trust, shnll you lie forced
each monthly reckoning day.
To sign your name four hundred times,
ero you can draw your pay.
No more you'll Jar the obsequious Jap,
beneath his smiling mask,
Nor wake the sleeping Chung to life,
and set his at his task.
Wo shall miss they olce, ns It came to
us, when all tho world wns still,
Adding nloud In thine agony, wielding
n restless quill. '
This Is but Jesting versa for thee, as
we go our different way:
et wc. who learned thine Inmost
heart, hae naught for thee but
Since we must part (tho din Is cast.
our paths diverging llel
Wo press your hand, with Jest nnd
smile, yet turn to hide n sigh.
QUBEN'S BODY AT RUST.
Windsor. Febrmrv 4. The last honors
have been paid to Queen Victoria Her
wdy now rests pea.efully near that of her
husband In the mausoleum at Frocmore.
The final ceiemonles were of a more pathe
ttc character than any of the obsequies
which preceded them. Shortly refnre j
0 clock. In the presence of the roval mourn -
ers the Grenadlir c ard of Inner lifted the
wffin frcm Its temporaiy reitlng place In,
the Albert Memorial Chapel and placed It
011 a gun carriage. In the meanwhile the
Queen's company of Grenadiers, drawn
up In the qusdringle, presented arms and
wheeled Into line, their Mies at the re
verse,, and with slovvt measured steps
marched toward the castle gate. At the
head or the precession was a bjnd playing
Chopin's funeral march. Slowly tre
cortege' pas'e J under the tiiaslve -a-chwav
on to the Long Walk, which a mas of
black, brilliantly edged with scarlet. Life
Guardsmen Kept the cr vd ba.k.
OOM PAUL, DUTCH HIIRO
New Yprk, Feb. o. In a clspatch from
the Hague the London correspondent of
the Tribune say:
While Air. Krueer has cone to Utrecht
for treatment hy an eminent specialist for
me eyes, ins general nealtn Is not good.
and he is showing Increasing signs of
feebleness. Mis heart action, as phvsl
clans attending him here have admitted,
Is weak and eivei wnrnlnir that he cannot
live lone, (lis popularity It. Holland can
not be doubted. He Is ranked with tne-
famous heroes of Dutch history, ,
Smow Flake Salmon
Van Camp's Pork and Beans
- " Relishes
1200 Lots 1200
Th.e Kapiolani Tract ex
tends from King street to the
Reach. Alrbud 60 feet'wide
will be opened on -the east
side of the property adjoin
ing the Kamehameha Girls'
School; said road will ex
tend to the sea. ) ,
Cross-roads will be opened!,
between blocks. Every lot
will have a frontage on a
road. The elevation varies
from forty feet high to ten
feet high above sea level.
No swamps around the,
premises. A No;
enter the property.
There is an offer to buy a
part of the property by a
great manufacturing com
pany. The chances are the
offer may be accepted. There
is every reason tobelieve
that the prices of lots will in-
. . j ,
Cl'ease in a ShorttlIT)e. ,,The,vP
owner of the property will
give all chances to purchas-
i ; ' jAjh
to make money on their
The ground is superior to
a y tract in the market.
The premises are situated
within one mile and a half of
The Government water
pipes are laid along the upper
portion qf the property. '"b
The prices are the cheap-n-m.
of any tract within, fwo "
mile's from the tender of th'e
The terms which will be '
given to pnrchasers will be
the best ever given by any .
real estate dealer or broker
during the last twenty years n
in Honolulu. ' .
For terms or more particu-
lars, apply to
)i' . "
Surveyor'and Manager oft,''
Kapiolani Tract Co.
W.'C. Achi & Co.