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nvnNiNo bulletin, Honolulu, h t., Saturday, feu. 23, 1901.
Pabllshod Every Day except Sumln,
at 210 Kins Street, Honolulu,
T. of II., by the
KTTT.T.trrtM pniit.istttvn rmni.wv
WALLACE 11 AimiNOTON.. Editor
t:ntc7cdat the l'ost Ofllco at llono -
Inlu as second class matter
Per month, nn where In U. S.
Ttr year 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13 00
Psyablo Imarlnlily In advance.
j slepliono 25G
Post Omco Ilox 71S
rttllM'AHY 5.1 1001
Trust our Goxernor not to forgit toi
make mention of tin "transition pe-
rloil ltitt thrro Is a lematknbte iloiirth I
of explanation nbout the neresilt) for
th.it special agmt.
, , uirni jsrowiii mini prunrrns nun uvi-n
'lbe (Jcnernor-s Missagc ns the first1""''" '" tl,l ' lotion during the past
i. i i i . ... f -i. '""r J1'1"" A hlghwn) for wheeled
Its Mini In the Tci ritor) nf llnwnll ; ,.it.Io has been nearly completed
Is an Important document In fciree ot
nusltUfncM of ihnrnetpr It Is l.u Ulnc
cm I. as Its author Is la. king In these I " """ '" ",l m""''" of homestead
... i settleimntr requires man) new roads.
l"nltl,,s- Mho growth of Honolulu nnd Illlo de
I innnils new stieets of the best iiinlltv
When a whole morning session Is' The Inc re ne of our commerce calls
riiiulreil to read and tr.imdnti minutes foi more v lumen unit some linrlior en
of th epr.Mo.is eln It Hhooves the hirgeiient The terrllon must carry
, , , ' , ., on thli work until such time ns It may
LcslsMture to m.ike some postUc-moto ,, ,,,,, ,, ,)V ,,, fc(lpTni Rmirn
towards gaining time At the pres- ment
dit rale nliict) iHh will not more than The Territorial ct rerjulres the Leg-
hair rill the bill islntl.io nt Its first regular session nf
tertho eenu enuinerntlon shnll lie
I ascrtalned. to reapportion Mm mem-
C tI TAI DC lieyslilp of the Senate nnd House of
III I V IIIH.h T !npresenlntles among tho senatorial
UV7 1 VVHU U ,RflA rpprcmntho dlslricts on the
,,rr,p i rr,n basis of the population of clMrens of
ftlHSS All rS Hi"" tuirllon In ench of said districts.
LlljiJiJtlljiJ) t10 cxoci llM' Is In correspondence
f ' ' mIMi lbe dbector of the census In the
(Continued from jgc I ) I matter of -ueh Information and Is ns-
I sured th-.t It will be furnished ns soon
' "-? I ns It Is nrertalimd Upon tho leeelpt
The bo)s llTfiiHlfformntory School, of such Information by the eecu
are taught, lutslde of book learning, ' tue It will be promptly sent to the
rnrpmtry Imrness making, tin work Leghlnture
nnd sewing i)nl There Is little oppor- l,relous to the going Into effect
tunlty for teuchlng them agriculture j of the Territorial Act the postoflico In-
If this pliin Is carried out It Is pro- spe-tor In chnrge at Honolulu directed
posed to use the ucformntory School the country postmnsters of these Is-
premlsts for an Industrial school for lands to forward tho Hawaiian postnge
girls, which Is much needed, stamps In their possession on tho 11th
Such changes In the laws as are ne- day of .Inno' to the Postoflico Depart-
ccssary to effectuate these projects nmnt In Washington, which direction
should bo enacted. was generally followed. Theso stum"'
There Is a small number of children In den case were owned by such
scnttered over tho Territory who are postmnsters, It hnlng been the prnc-
Ineligible for admission Into the public tlce In the postal bureau under the
schools on account of their Inability to i nepublle of Hawaii to require the
pass the required medical examina
'.ions Some proMslon should bo made
for the education of theso children
As their number Is small In any lo
cnllty. It may be liiipractlcablo to pro
lde Instruction "for them nt their,
homes Thero does not seem to bo an) I Wellington department to return
Insurmountable objection to legislation eltlmr the stamps or their Aalue In
that would gather them at some plncc money or Amerlcnn stamps Such re
or places according to their niimln rs questi were leftist d nnd the applicant,
nnd proldo them with lustriu Mon were referred to the territorial govern
nnd careful medical attendance, ns'imnt As but two or three of these
well us food, clothing nnd lodging claims hno been sent to me, I would
Such a plnn would be In their own and , recommend the Legislature to notify
public Interests. The mntter Is mot such . postmasters to send In sworn
Important, the goiiriiun nt cannot i iitatements of the nmount of their
leave these cblldien to grow up In Ig losses In this matter, and Mieieupon
nornnce and neglert wltlibnt dcsenlng to place nil Item In the nppioprlntlon
the i-oerost censure I foi their pnwm nt
n'l... c.i.tft tt il... u......pt.tt..til..n nf I .!.... ,1... nnnrntirlntlfm (if the
.... .Ij'W., ... .,!.- .... ).-.. .,,....,1.1, ...
Public Instruction e.inlnliis iiiti-iestlng ,
Inrnrmntloti In wt-ni.l 10 tin. ,ir..lin
mont of ninminl training telicmN This
feature of public Instruction Is worth)
of henrt) support.
Your attention Is Imltcd to the prop
osltlon of the Superintendent nf I'ublli
In'trtictinn that the deportment be re
IIcmiI of the work of furnishing school
books to school children hne grine
doubts of the advnntngn of such n
change The iuestlon to be considered
Is how pupils pnrtlcubiily those In nut
of the wn) districts would be affected
In It. rather than the4 convenience nf
the clerical force of the department
'I ne suggestion of this report favor
ing the establishment of school lllua
vl.tu lu n.l,lrnl.l,. ni,,l ah.itil l.ni.i In,'
IslntlXHisslstnnce With n modeiate!
nppiopilatlon for Mils purpose nt each
session, such libraries would grow
stendlly nnd soon become In each ills
tilct a most favorable Indue nco toward
tnste In reeling n knowledge of the
Kngllsb language and growth In per
Cougiei.8 hns conferred on tho Leg
Islnturo nuthorit) to neateccjunUes
and ton 11 and city in lulcipjlides with
Pi Hie territory nnel I) prov'do for Mm I win was tendered the dcnrntlnn of a
government Mieii-or IChcvnllei of the i.eglon of Honor, In
Tills Is an entcrpilse iieiulilng for reeognlMoii of the participation of tho
Its success n high degree of patriotism Tcrrltor) of Ilnwnll In tho Imposition,
nnd civic intelligence Cm uf ill study i have recommended nn Increase In
of local conditions and the experiences ti,,, appropilatlon foi Knploliml Park,
of other communities In the cuatlein , tIiIh plensuio giounil has becomo os
nnd administration of municipal tor- Bl.mhl t(, ,h(l Honolulu community,
pointlons uiu neccssau to safeguard j,,,,.,, ,, 1)t,u, ,, nHh nml
tho count!) against ccistl) in stakes I dioi., lntU fen earning it on In past
Many problems vvl II nrlsoln he eon-, , t t, , , , , ,
sldeiatlon of such legls ntlon Mint nro ,.... , ho ,, Th , ,
elilllciilt of solution calling for sincere
Thero nio important questions to ho
weighed by )ou In tho consideration of
this subject Should such local gov
ernments bo established III communi
ties that do not ask for them? Should
the wholo nron of tho territory be oc
cupied by such governments, or should
experiments be nindo In one or two lo
calities lie foi o going further? Whnt
will bo the a 'proxlmnto burden ot Uiu
nggrcgnte ta atlon of tho city or conn
t) and the to rltory on tho tax pnyor?
How will the small proprietor bo af
fected by such c omblned tnxntlon, nnd
by tho probable greater stringency of
municipal regulations? Theso ques
tions nro better answered beforo than
nfter tho cbarnetor of such corpora
(Ions Is llnnlly settled
Probably thu most satisfactory meth
od of conferring such privileges Is by
means of a ge nernl statute, stating tho
conditions precedent to tho establish
ment of such governments, and tho
principles nnd limitations to bo rcc.
ognlzed In their organization, under
which nny community within tho con
ditions may proceed to acquire corpo
rate existence whenever It shall so
Should tho l.i glslaturo nnd Itself un
nblo nt this session to agree upon
sntlsfactoiy legislation 111 this mntter.
It would doubtless fnellltnto tho pro
gress of the woik 111 tho future If It
should mnko provision for the nppolnt
ment and adequate pay 01 a commis
sion of several persons to prepare a
gi'nernl scheme for both county nnd
city government and repoit to tho
next regulai session of the Legisla
ture The executive Is In correspondence
IVdeinl (Internment In regard to tho
temporaiy services of an export for
ester to oxamliio tho forests of tho
tenltory, and ndvlso tho (lovernment
on questions pel taming to their preser
vation, Mm need of reforesting, and tho
extent to which deforesting may bo
wifely permitted The Ilitrenu fnveirn
pcnilliiK one of Its own skilled forest
er ns noon n one ran liajsparccl The
terrlloo will, lummer be iceiulreil tei
pm hU expenses nnd n reanonnblp sal '
I no An Item linn been pinreci in mc
estimates for this 1111111010
1 The plan of the Department of Ak
rle.ilturo at Wr.shlnstnn to establish
an nKrJriiltural experiment station
,heie Is o ne of great importance!
to tile leriiieirj sucii a siniion, ion
diirted by (rained men will bo of In
estimable nluo to our aKrlculturnl
popiiiauon in lesinis uie riiiiiiimiin.- i
nrlous plants producing food, fibre
and other tnluitilc proline ts In our
illmnte ami soils nnd In Introducing
sclentlflt im Minds of ciilllntlon The
imnll farmer will be especially bene
fited li) such experiments, nnd It Is to
the pmsperlt) of the small farmer
llll- imiiiiii miiiiri i
that much of our social and political
n-hnmement will depend Our own"'" "'"I"" '- ""
neiinrtment of AcrUulluio and Purest-
ry will work wllli such a station In
promoting the dcelopmcnt of our ng
4 ((iiimi.'iiunr iijijn vj'i iui iv'ii in i.v.
nmmt'ncUil for rnmU nml linrlior Im
pnnements Uoads nre n necessnr)
condition of commercial nnd agricul
tural growth Allien progress hns Deen
around the Island of Hawaii It should
be finished In the coming period The
postmnsters ouisiue oi iinnuiuui i
mrihnsp the stamns renulred by them
for the business of their respectlo
poitofllces, nnd to sell them to custom
ra on their own nceount A number
of Mil postmnsteis requested the
I ,ll,r 111. ..'.--r, ..-.. --
Council of Stnto fn the expenses of i
,. il,... .li..,. ..vhlhlt ni the Paris X".
position .Mr William (1 Irwin of Ho U ntlctli century, .heir erdlct .f
nolulu wns appolnlid n (ominlsslolierl w"" ""( will ne such ns )ou now lay
o take chnige of tlu enterprise. ,m
liter Mi- Alfred Motile formerl) Ha
wnllan Consul (lenernl at 1'nrls was
appointed Assistant Commissioner
The pieMilence of the bubonic plague
In Honolulu last winter seriously In
terfeied with the pieparntlon of uitl
lies for exhibition and through th"
:;"i" nigh ,ief;. tho az
I'lnni tlii'se causes the Installation ol ,
the exhibit was barel) In time to re-i
cele the Inspection of tho Jur) on
awards In spite of these draw backs
"" articles illspla)ed espcelallv thoco
Illustrative of ediiiatlonnl work In the
public nnd Knmihnmelin school, at
Matted Interest The Department of
Public Instruction received n grand
prize for prlmnr) Instruction: the Kn
mehnmehn schools received n gold
mednl for tnnnunl tinlnlng work nnd
the Hnwnllan Plnnteis' Assoc iatlnn
was awarded n gold mednl for exhibit
of llawnjlan sugars. Commissioner Ir-
ennuot be permitted to absorb a laigo
part of tho par., men Indullnltelv. Tho
rclcnso of such area will mnko an Im
portant nilditloii to tho park proper,
which will requlro skill and money
for Its nirnugement In confoimlty with
tho suiiouiidlug grounds A greater
attention to landscape effects than
heretofore Is desirable. TIiIb means
more skill at a gi cuter cost.
The report of tho Commissioners
shows forcibly tho need of an (nereis
id ontlny for watering facilities
among other things.
Tho Leglslnturo of 1SUS mado prov
ision for the appointment of a Com
mission of three peisons to Invcstl
gate tho subject of tnxntlon and 10-
port at tho succeeding session. Mr
William H. Castlo of Honolulu. Mr.
Henry P. Ilaldwln of Mnul and Mr.
Alexander (1 M. Robcitson of Hono
lulu weio appointed on this Commis
sion Considerable preliminary woik
was done, but tho failure, of a regular
session In 1900 together with tho long
continued uncertainty ns to tho tlmo
when a leglslnturo would sit, led to a
cessation of tho work of tho Commls
slon .lust beforo the election of Inst
November, Mr. Ilaldwln nnd Mr. Ilnli
ettson who had decided to becomo
cnndldntes for election to tho Leglsla
tuin, resigned from the Commission
I rocommend legislation providing
for the appointment of Commissioners
of Deeds for tho Tenltory In other
parts of tho world, amending Mm laws
relating to tho Iioaid of Health to ni
low tho President of the Hoard to i0-
celvo n salary, amending tho statute
of vngranc) to Ineludo as Migrants all
persons conducting nn Illicit business,
creating flro limits In tho town of. Illlo
and extending tho fire limits of Hypo,
lulu piovldlng for morchnndlso llcen
ses, repealing Btntute reserving bolts
of trees along now forest roads,
amending tno military law and creat
Ing the ofllco of Adjutant Uoneral, on
InrKltiK the list of nrtlcles exempt '
from attnrhtiicnt. requlrlnc; building
permits wltlilrt certain limits In Hono I
lulu nnd lllld nnil perhnps other town'
to ho passed upon by an oincer of tho
Hcarel of il aith as to snnunry roiidl
tlnn of the Kiound nnd snnltary rliar
aiter of Hie plans, proUdln? for thoi
election of Delegato to Congress,
amending the lien law to requlro
plaintiff to prou deluery and good
faith, rcatilctlng the talc and nso of
opium icgttlatlng the sain of splrltu
it,a tlMit.ird lir.il fir till, lltn Tftrrllnev
from , mmgrntlun of persons uf
HUted with contnglous diseases, and
earning out the recommendations of
the Attornej (lenernl In regard to tho
rtatus and punishment of offenses,
nnd the Juilsdlctlon of District Magls
trates In criminal proceedings, tho
, . .,.,
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the protection and Increase of Ha
waiian fond fish
I shnll suomlt in n few days a brief
list of supplementary estimates.
Ilnpotts making recommendations
for appropriations from the different
departments nnd burenus togcthr
with tho annual reports of depart
mints hap been prepaied nnd will no
euinulMcd for jour nsslstnnco I com
mend them to onr careful study ns
gUIng n comprehcnsUo statement of
the (omluu ot nil exeeuthc and Judl
i Inl mntti rs
During tho past )ear the Hnwallnn
ccimmuiilty hns twice been called up
o.i to mourn the dcith of members if
tho Inst ro)al line of mo monarchy,
lit r late Majesty (Jueen Dowager Kn
plntanl, wldnw of ills Into Majestv
King Knlnkaua, and Her iito Ho)il
Highness 1'rlniess Knlulanl, dnughter
of Her late l(oal Highness Princess
l.lkelike nnd tho Honorable Archibald
Stnte obsequies wero tendered to
the remains of both of these esteemed
Allls nnd tho mourning for them by
nil tlnsses and nationalities was gen
era! and sincere.
Public feeling was deeply aroused
bv the death of Princess Knlulnnl
Her beauty and charm, tho romnntle
Incidents of in r short life In fonnee
Hon with her brilliant political pros
pects ns heiress presumptUo to tho
Hnwallnn throne nnd their frustration
by no fnnit of hers, her brnvo accept
ance of the new nnd dlincult sltiintbn,
nnd the tnrt and sincerity sho ills
pl.iU'd In her changed relations with
the Oo eminent and tho people, had
won for her n widespread Interest nnd
the respect and regard of tho commu
nity. Her sudden death coming when
shn had Indicated her superiority to
circumstances nnd had with sweetness
nnd gentleness turned her fn"t to the
humbler life, feeling Mint tho best
things wero still hers to live for, nnd
people wero past recognizing her no
bility of character, was most pathetic
and nt tho same tlmo most fawirnblo
to the pormnnenco of tender nnd nf
fectlonate memories of her llfo nnd
In Inaugurating locnl legislation
for Hawaii net In Its new polltlcnl departure-,
you hold a most conspicuous
position beforo present nnd future
generations, nnd one probably of un
Tho past wltn Its record of success
nnd failure cannot bo changed. You
mny go to It for lessons but jour
work Is for tho future. You enn hard
ly" fall In )our legislative procedure to
make Important precedents. It Is In
)our power lo crente useful or tnjurl
cms ones. When tho pontile, of tho fu
tore cirn Minll tnlk about the first
,, I, it II
legislature of the icrrl ory of Hawaii.
the flrpt Hawaiian leglslnturo of tho
(Signed) SANIOHD 1 . DOI.H.
Theie were seven cases of rnnimnn
mils nice nnd live of nssnult nnd bit-
ten In tho Police Court today Nc.irl)
." ""- -- jin
Silva & VivaS
and Financial Agents
500 Lots in the Kopiolnni, Kaiu
iani, Magoon, Kainuiki, Mc-
Cnlly, Kapahulu, Kapidlani
Pnrk Addition and Putinui
Lands in This City, Suhurbs, and
ihl.inil, in .V.aui nnd Hawaii,
improved and unimproved
INVEST OUS AND HOME ShEK
ers will do well to see us be
fore buying elsewhere.
Post Office Lane,
Honolulu, T. II.
Smow Flake Salmon
Van Camp's Pork and Beans
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO..
nfl LIMITED. Vi f
Sterling Blue Flame Oil
Improved Patterns. Call and ex
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
1TY and PRICE will plesbe you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NbW INVOICES TO HAND.
A large stock"
and a large assortment cf useful HOUSE
HOLD UlhNSILS now being opened up
Bethel Street Household Department, jjjj
WE HAVE ON EXHIBITION AT OUR
'Morchiint St., but. l3ort unci Aliikcu.
VVc invite you to inspect our Up-to-date Vehicles and get our
price if you contemplate buying.
J. F. MORGAN, C. UKOWN, F. HUSTACU C. H. ATHLRTOV, W II. HOGGS,
President Vice I'reiUtnt SrclJr AuJIiur Trrn. anj Manigtr
HUSTACE & CO., Ltd., Queen St.
Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith Coal,
Also White and Black Sand.
WIIOLUSAI.U AND RETAIL.
TEL! I'llONL, MAIS 295. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO DRAYING
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to ram a living In
a IccUlmate wav. My motto
Is "HONI -ST WOHK AT HON
I.S.T I'KICI 5."
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to the
COKNLK Ol DERLTAMA ASD
LMMASTb. Telephone, White
357'. where 1 have In stoJe the
following; goods :
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle p.'ated trimmings;
als wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out.
and Syphon, Jet styles.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and emmtled. --
Lavatorle, enameled Iron,
and mirble Ith nlcUIe plated
Wash Tiajs, enameled Iron
with wood cove-.
Slop Sink., enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Taucets and Trlnv
m'nes, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, rin
Jobbing Promptly, attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber.
R. W. ATKINSON
Furnished op UnJurnlKlicel.
ROOM 11, MAGOONBLD.,
The BTenlog BuiUUa, 71 toU pi
out our old stock of the old
are now offtring the latest
In Household and Kitchen Utensils
NEW GOODS and the QUAL- 'j
will arrive on the "W. G.
18 THE KB8T
It Contnlns only U U7-I0O
Per barrel, 6 iloen quarts
Per Case, 4 dozen quarts
KINQANII BETHEL STUtlTS.
JUST THINK I
Beats any proposition ever offered to
the public before In Honolulu. You
can buy an artistic modern six 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 does'nt beat paying rent, what
See plans and learn particulars from
Chas. E. Moore & Co., :
Room 8, Magoon Block,
l740-im Merchant andiAlakea Sts.
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Sa'oon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf 15 KaahumanuSt,
1200 Lots 1200
. . . IN . . .
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 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. No freshet will
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 to believe
that the prices of lots will in
crease in a short time. The
owner of the property will
give all chances to purchas
ers to make money on their
-The ground is superior to
any 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 propeity.
The prices are the cheap
est of any tract within two
miles from trie center of the
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 terms or more particu
lars, apply to
S. M. Kanakanui
Surveyor and Manager of
Kapiolani Tract Co.
W. C. Achi & Co.
Real Estate Dealers and