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BVKNINO HULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T..THURSDAY, FKD. 21, 1901.
Published Kfery Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of H.. by the
BULLETIN I'UHLtSlItNa COMPANY.
WALLACE K. KARIUNQTUN ..lMHor
Entered nt tbo Post Odlce at Hono
lulu ns second class matter
Per month, anywhere In U. S. ..$ .75
Per year 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Fyablo Invariably In advance.
Post Ofllco Hot "IS
TIU'USDAV rHIIUl'AKV 21. 1901.
The nnnii.il report of Chief Justlee
"roar Just received contains much val
uable .tatstlcal Information and scv- .
oral rccommcndntlons A carnal i eru-'
sal of the document produces no ret-J
rrence to the Chief luatlco's methods
in lettuiK contracts
While President Athertou Is putting
the tcltpliono sjstem In ship'" or
"smashing It" niw companies are drop-1
plug In at a most llvelv rate All the
people want Is a decent telephom ss-
tern nnd the combination that moves,
most rnpldlj to tint end will get tho'
lt Is not surprising that the ra of
,.!. nntnlilh-l l,ia l.nn ,vli lit .1 tlln 1 1 ri '
"' ',.-., " ....a .........
w.iltnn sugar plantations It Is highly
probable that locally controlled tfctntea
will follow the lead and the time maj
not be far distant when nil the planta-
tlons ou tills Island will be centralized
In one big corporation.
The Pulletln has received the tcport
of the Superintendent of Public In
struction It Is an Interesting i'ocu
ment both from its frequent repetition
of what Alat.iu T Atkinson has done
nnd casual rcfcrcnco to the general
progress of tho department. If Super
intendent Atkinson has ns high an
opinion of the department us hi? re
port gives of himself, Hawaii nels tit
tle moro In educating the )0iing The
report furnishes fruitful source for
comment that will bo dealt with
Secretary Cooper's reasons for tak
ing stenographic notes of the House
pro codings arc difficult to divine, ho
having made no explanation It Is
equally difficult why such a powwow
should bo raised over his presence In1 enrter nnd John Prow n were appointed
tho House. As an American citizen I tellers. Senator Hussell was elected
Mr. Cooper Is ccttnlnly freo to attend president by u vote of 8 to C. Senator
tbo sessions of cither House attended j Carter moved that bo nto bo mado
bj a BtinitiKMphcr and take wlntcvcr Unanimous This carried,
notes he pleases. Tho whole difficulty jn thanktiiK the Senators for their
seems to havo arlBen from an assumed i kindness President Uussell nsked for
pomposltv lu taklnt; a seat on tho lloor the help of each and every member of
of thn House without saying 'by our the Senate. He stated further that he
leave.' Tho whole thine could bi set-1 was not nn expert on pirllamentary
tied In Ave minutes by requesting Sec- nvv nor jet n lawjer lie hoped that
rctoij Cooper to take a seat near the those In the Senate who were his super
reporters' table or In that section re- ors in this lepird, would not take nd
scrved for speetatois Tho secrclaty vantage of him
has no more rlRht In the House than The nominations for vlie president
newspaper reporteis or any spcctatori, bnvluB been iinnoupied to be In order,
but he his equal rights The House of. Senator Kalue was nominated Sena
Ilciircsentntlves will gain nothing by I jnr Carter moved that the nominations
throwing him nut of the House r.j and
bapaRe The Ilouso can bestow a criti
cism on functionary pomposity. If It
so desires b removing Secretary
Cooper's desk from the lloor of the
House to the reporters' alley To force
tho Sccretnr) to retire from the House
would be absolute nonsense
1 lMpor Cayplcss the picsent c.indldnle
for Clicult Court Judge In place of It
San Francisco. Pch. 10.-rii Cliron-,, smlmim. resigned Senator Achl
Iclo todn publishes the following A nomnat0li nnoch Johnson llotli noml
lonsolldatlon of acveu of the big sugar nntlong w(ro seconded Mr Achl spoke
plantation coiup.miei, of the Ilav.nlt.in , fluir of X1, jhnson. sa:lng tint
Islands, aggrcuatlng H,OOU,000 lu he ,,,,,,, ,)0 rlcc,,d 0I1 nc,OHnt of his
capital stock and onci-fourth of the en- fnmllarU ttllh i)(lth languages Mr
tlio sugai souices of the Islauds, is (.lM,1(,8S vnR foreigner. unnrniialnUd
supiued to lmvc been vgrj recentl) wlju l)lc aive language A man nc
rnui.unini.iled or Is contemplated In I ,,,.,, ttllh lK,tu iRm,gis was a
evv orh llieeatecaii) in tiiu vvcck
nf JUO.uuu worth of 5 per cent Morula ot
Hawaiian Commerelnl lu New York at
101)4 and the sale there estcidny of
an additional $i-o 000 at the name ptlen
together with the pre-nciHn thHl ll
of several sugar bioknrs from San
rianclsco, wheio most of tho stock Is
controlled, are tho Indications that
suggest that fcumcthlng Is being done
tow aid the long desired combination of
companies under 0110 head for tho re
duction of opeintlng and managerial
expenses all round.
These uro tho companies supposed to
tin In tho consolidation, to bo known
as the American and Hawaiian Com
mercial Compaii) and their production
In sugai last ear The Onomea Sugar
Cnmpanj, which has no.OOO shares at
ft par value of $20 each, 7131 tons; the
Pnauhau Plantation Company, 100,000
shares of a nar value of "0 each, 7G20
tons; tho Honokaa Sugar Company,
100,000 sliaies nt n par vnluo of $20
each, Sll" tons, tho Hutchison Sugar
Plantation 100,000 shaies nt a pnr val
ue of ?2.r, each X3.18 tons; the Kllnuea
Sugar Cinnpaii), 10,000 shares at a par
value of $50 each T,'rii tons, the Ha
waiian Commercial and Sugnr Com
. . -- - -
pany, lou.uuu sliaies at n par vaiuo "
$100 each, 17.85S tons, and tho Maka-
well Sugar Company, win U.soo
shares nt a pat value of $50 each, 13.
Tho total sugar crop of tho Hawa
iian Islands last ear was 2S9.55I tons,
and the aggregate crop of theso seven
plantation companies was 07,807 tons,
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
(Continued from pige 1.)
At tblt point. V C Achl nrose and
stated that the Senate was pmtuliiK nu
Irngulnr course llierc bad bun no
uiKanlzatlou of tin Senate nml there
fore communications (Oiild not be
consldeied '1 lie President pio tern ans
wered "that the tliltitf had been don,
nlreadi ' , ........
Senator Achl moved tint, the ScnnU'
tlon of Its oltlceiB. ,
Senator Knnuha nndc another TnOllBiP tint he vv.is against the nppnlntmrn of
to the Clint that, before proceeding to an assistant secretary nt this time
the election of otnoors, n committee be Ihcre v.ns more discussion and thin
appointed to csiort one of 'the Judges Mr Coney was elected assistant se-ie-to
the Senate for the pmposo of svvtar-1 taij. two dissenting,
lug In the mctnbcis. This motion was Senator White nominated I). K Ki
reronded , haulello for the position of sergeant
At this point. Senator Kalauokalanl nt-nrms Senator Achl nominated Kan
nioe and btgan to tnlk on the Invlta-1 lln. David K. Knhaulello wns success-
tion from the Adjutant Oencial to at-
. .. ,rM1 .,, ,llil(ic n motion that
jj s0IlilturB K0
.,.,, ,lr)ttnu was entertained by the
i,rc,rtcnt ,,ro tern nml then Senator
Carter arose to a point of order, asking
the President by what rules of pirlln-,
inentnrv procedure, tho President Wn.fi
Kin)., motion hid already been
nn(1(, j,j senator Knnuln and this hid
)(,on Rl.0,, ,j n(, lould another mo-i
...... ,. CT1iPrtalned The President nns-
n(,r0l ,iat n() ,rs Ind et been adopt-
0nrn mm0 Somtor Knlauokalnnl
arose and began to talk about the p.n-
nie nl ,j,p ,trlll shed. The Setntors
.. ... . . ,-..., . . tlml. li.)V tfl ilfl '
gllOUKI aciCMlll II "n niv.. .,.., ." "
Senator Achl Jumped up and hi I1 : "I
arpp t ,,,t of onlcr" President
pr(1 ,on, his11 temarked that Senator
irii,nit il.ml Jiid the lloor One Sen-
n(or t time should speak Ths made (
jsemtot Achl very vvruthv and he iou-
tinned to speak rinall. the I'rcsl-
dent pro tern whispered to Interpreter , c(mrt (()i)nv ou m(,mmt of gcfttlCss and
Push nnd then said. "I will listen to I a)) wiW mcr (() SatllriIny nlorn.
inur point of order" The point o' i ,(. r!lc jllr) ttn9 cXcuscd Until next
order wns listened to nnd the President MunJaj m()rn,1g
pro tern ended bv .ruling Senator Knlnu- n Jhp rntcd sti,,eg nlstrtot. Court
okalanl out of order. Mr. Kalauokalanl ,mtnR caBC wa8 rcoI,cneil for ar-withdrew-
his motion j gununt nl ,nc rCqucst of Attorney Geo
Senator Knnuha's motion then ,''-lA vig Mr Dlg ncnt 0,cr the
rled nnd Senators Kanuhn. Carter and j0,p Kroimi, f ,lc applicant's con-
Cecil Urow-n were appoinieu o lm-
chair to wait on Chief Justice Frear A
recess of ten minutes wns taken nnd.
upon the arrival of Judcc Frenr. th
members were sworn In,
The President pro tern announced
nominations for permanent President .
In older. Serntoi Cecil llrovvn noinl
n . n t-mt ti u nin lai
nnte.1 nr Hussell Senators CeorRfl
be dosed nnd tint the rules be sus
ponded, allowing the secretnrj to cast
tho ballot. Thp vote not being ununl
mous. the motion was lost " Senator
Kalue nominated Senator Knnuha Tho j
latter refuted nud nominated ben itov
Cecil Iirown Mr. Iirown also refusH. ,
tiii ttn. kii b to Inn I
which In ought tho mattci hick to the
Kimc point Senator Cirtcr renewed
his motion and this time It carried 7 .
II P Baldwin moved that the Senato !
proceed to the election ot secretary
Carried. Nominations weic declared lll:
order. Senator Kunuhn nominated
' t, more 4nlu,ie oulcer
Tho balloting resulted In Beven otcs
for IMgni Capless and six for Hooch
Johnson. One vote wns thrown nut on
account of nn unknown nnmo having
been wiltten thereon. Senator Ceilt
Iirown moved to reballot This carried.
Thn second ballot resulted In a tie
vote. President Uussell caBt the decid
ing voto for Hdgar Cayplcss. Ho was
then sworn In.
Senator White then nominated Wm.
II. Coney for assistant sect clary. This
was seconded by Senntor Kalauokalanl
Senator Cnrtcr asked ns to tho number
of olllccrs the Senate intended to have.
Cecil Iirown said that It would bo tlmo
enough to think about an assistant sec
retary when tho work should warrant
It Senator Ilaldvvln said ho Judged
from what had been said around him
that It was the Intention of the mem
bers to elect nn nsslstant secretnry.
T)int ,Nua t,p only icasnn why he had
moved to closo tho nominations. Sena
tor Carter moved tho previous ques-
Thete wns n great deal of discussion
on tho matter of the previous question
nnd It wns finally settled that It snoiiin
be sustained, President Uussell casting
,,K ni 111111, , .
the deciding vote Henaior vtiiiiu wuu
tjlnt no wnR n()t picsent In the Senato
to spend unnecessary money, lliero
should bo more than ono secretaiy Mr
While then enumerated the nfticers In
all the Legislatures on the Mnlnlnnd
Senator Iirown moved n lay the
nomlnillon for nsslstant lucrefuv on
the table That would leavn !? mat
ter before tho Senate. It could then
bo brought up nt any tlm S'nntor
Whlto said there was another motlcn
before tho House. There vv.ic morj nr
Ituincnt and tho President inall) an
nounced tl'tt h would put U motl t
to la on the tnblo. This win but by
n vote of 8 to 0. -
lust tit about this time, the 12 iiVJih k
wjilstle blmv and the motlo i to adjoin n
was put and carried,
Prompth at 1:?0 o'clock," tit? l'reiil
dent called the Senate to order. There
was niotvtllscusslnn nml Henator-Achl
niijvcd that tho voting on nu assistant
sccretnr) bo postponed until tho ndcp
I tlnii of the rules of the Senate. 1 he
motion was lost.
ftit by eight votes.
It wns decided by tho Scnnte to hao
all the officers sworn In nt once.
S K Mntol. E II Meekapu nnd Cleo
Maxwell wctc nominated for tho posl-
tlon of messenger Meekapu and Molol
tied with C votes each so a reballot wbb
suggcilod . rdllowing this was n great
deal of dlkcussloni, vVnother vote was
tnken on the highest two names nnd
Mnknpu was elected messenger by a
vote of S to 0
When the (lection of Interpreter
came up Senator Iirown held that un
der the Organic Act all proceedings
must be In the English language At
2 30 he was still speaking on this point
Circuit Court Is
.liiilpo Ittimnliri'VH was unable to he
,,tnn for n writ of habeas corpus. At
times the colloquy between tho court
nnrt counsel was lively
Cecil Iirown, attorney for plnlntttr
nl, suit In ejectment, (lied consent to
day to the substitution of MaRoon it
. , hs ,ncc
The seventh nnnunl account of 11 v a
tcrhousc nnd A. Perry, trustees under
the will of J. II. Wood, deceased, was
(lied jesterdny. Tlnal distribution un
der tho teims of tho will were re
ported ns follows' Horn Jones. $3.
S0S r,2; Horn Jones. $75 SO; John A W.
Dixon. J0, John A. W..I)lxou, $j07.
53; Stella May Dixon, $3,080.12.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
llernhnrdt Is In San Francisco.
A bright boy Is wanted. Seo Want
Judgo Kulua arrived In tho Mauna
V ;-room cottngo for rent. Sec To
Thtro wns no meeting of tho flovcr
nor s council todaj.
Col Albert Shaw, former command
ed of the C. A It , died suddenly In
Wellington. Feb 10.
V lnttnllon of Potto Illcnns will ap-
inaugural parade March I.
I'M of voting oincblnes at elections Is
proposed by tho California legislature.
Tho strnnici Maul leaving for nn
( m 8ntlri,nJ ,,, ,nlte ,Mrty of
.... .0rl(,tg ,,hIIo
It nequlrcs Nenc to stand th strain
of nervous neuralgia, plans In tho face,
head or any portion of the body. These
pains are quickly stopped by tho use
nf PnilllY DAVIS' PAlN-KH.U:il.
The relief Is Immediate and lasting. Do
not suffer n moment longer but use the
Pnln-Klllcr ns directed. Avoid subotl
tutci, there Is but one Pnln-Klllct, Per
il Davis'. Price 2Ze and SOc.
I fate SmJ for "Donk
let ( ' AJJre
620 M'-kct St., s r.
Smow Flake Salmon
Van Camp's Pork and Be.ms
,&: iVb'VSwiilJr IMcrct'S Elcc
K2 'V Sltrlc Hoily Bnttcry
WW&T.iJfflrW Av ulltiDrui.' Invel-
rC W&2JUXP&- .
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
Sterling Blue Flame Oil
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In Household and Kitchen Utensils
Ihese are NEW GOODS and the QUAL
ITY and PRICE will please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NhW INVOICES TO HAND.
A Urge stock will arrive on the "W. G.
IRWIN" now due.
and a large assortment cf useful HOUSE
HOLD UlhlSSlLS now heinR opened up.
W Bethel Street Household Department. W
- gjlUUUlH HlBSMdUiUUiUll IllllilUlllIt) I
WE HAVE ON EM1IBITION AT OUR
.'Mcrchnnt St.. bet. Port unci Alcikcn.
We invite you to inspect our Up-to-date Vehicles and get our
price if you contemplate buying.
J. F. MORGAN, C UHOWN, f. HUSTACt
PmlJcnt Vice I'feslJrnt Secrrtar AuJltyr Trea. ani Manager
Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith Coal,
Also White and Black Sand.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
TELLPHON! , .MAIN 205. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO DRAYIING
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 "HOM ST WOUk AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to tlie
CORNLK Or DLRLTAMA AND
L.M MASTS. Telephone, White
3571. where I have In stock the
following goods :
enameled iron and steel clad,
with nickle p'ated trimmings;
als) wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet styles
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
gilvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
and mirble with nickle plated
Wash Tiajs, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Bol lers and Stands
Water Pipe, faucets and Trim
m'ngs, Galvanized Iron! Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber.
R. W. ATKINSON
PupiiIhIiciI op Uniurnlttlicil,
KOOM 11, MAGOON BLD
The Evening Bulletin, 71 uaU pc
out our old stock of the old
are now offt ring the latest
Patterns. Call and ex
, C. H. ATlltRTON, V. I!. HOOGS.
CO., Ltd., Q"St.
IS THE BD8T
It Contains only It 37-100
per cent Alcohol,
Per Barrel, 6 dozen quarts
Per Case, 4 dozen quarts
M0 AM) BETHEL STREETS
JUST THINK !
Beats any proposition ever ofte red to
the public before In Honolulu. You
can buy an artistic modern sl room
house, first-class plumbing with en
ameled fixtures for $3000.00, right In
the heart of the city. Electric and
horse cars within one block.
$40.00 per month.
If this doesWbeat piylng rent, what
See plans and learii particulars from
Chas, E. Moore & Co,,
Room 8, Mjgoon Block,
Merchant and Alakea Sts.
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Saloon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf 15 Kaahumanu St.
1200 Lots 1200, J
The Knpiolani Tract ex
tends from Kingstieet to the
Beach. A road 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
pi;emisies. v No, freshet- wl
There is an offer to buy a
pait of the property by a
great manufactuiing com
pany. The chances are the
offer may be accepted. There
is every reason to believe
that the prices of lots will in
crease in a short time. The
owner of the propeity will
give all chances to purchas
ers 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 of the property.
'' The prices are the cheap
est of any tract within two
miles from the center of the.
city. ' j
The terms which will be
given to purchasers will be
the best ever given by any
real estate dealer or broker
during the last twenty years
For teims or more particu
lars, apply to
S. M. Kanakanui
Surveyor and Manager of
Kapiolani Tract Co.
W. C. Achi & Co.
Real Estate Dealers and
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