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EVENING nUM,ETIN, HONOLULU It. T., MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1901.
ftbllahed Every Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T of II., by the
BULLETIN rUULISHINO COMVANY.
WALLACE U FAHR1NOTON ..Editor
Entered nt tho Post Office at Mono
Imlu as second class matter
Per month, an) where in U. S. .. .75
Ttt year 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13 00
Payable Invnrlabl) In advance.
Post Office Box 718
MAltni 4. 1901.
i..i. .,......h .. ..ul """";
nbout that one sheet poster marked
"Extra put on the street fortv-flvu
With the irlreless telegraph pioe.l a
sucrcss and the Pacific cable on the
high road to sure completion the dns
of Haw ills Isolation from the outside
world are fortutintelv numbered
The Haw nil coinage bill stems lo
have been a sort of a Waterloo for
Delegate Wlliov His friends however,
have the satisfaction tint be his two
more sessions In whlih to make good
I thoughtful sjmpitlilzlng religious oi
It Is to b- loped that the tabling of philanthropic people begin nt tho
Hcpresentatlv Einnielutli s Chin itown wrong end forgetting the chnrltj that
resolution de not mem the sldetr.uk- begins at home In the plantation quar
Ing of firr ' init extension Progress I ters
should be 'e watchword of our "Vgiii-j Eer dollar of this $3000, every del-
lator lar "f tlle ,:oo,) ' l," I""01'1"'! of labor.
the most degraded labor that, with few
National I'onimlttceinin bewail exceptions trods the face of the globe,
docm . sppor to have lost nn.v of hts This laboi was brought here and It Is
Influence or 'rieml In Washington controlled bv the same hand that now
notw thfUn' -ic the besmirching to1
wh!r tke V -nini Orgvn often Ins
Witt t matter with the laud
cQce Sssfiias" Mthough Commission
er Eroira -.n ihe spot In Washing
ton. Ffif .. Commlsslonei Hermat.il
saj tie - . ft proper information io
mtf is " ligent report
Tie Aii. ".iscr thinks it pns lel
ter to eppe the Dole administration
fthaz. upr ..! i Experience will dem
onstrate ' our esteemed contemp ir
ary that 1' -is to be honest Using
dcelent in ibis qualification the whole
secret of U-e Organ's unpopulurltv and
wanlns influence is at once apparent
There was no protest lodged
agilnit Humphrejs dvtrtlser
No one outside the Morning Orgnn
faction has appreciated 0u necessity
for lodging a protest against Humph
rev s. One of the best recommendations
Judge Humphreys has bad Is the fall-
tiro of the minority faction leaders to
pjercc the armor of his integrity with
anything but hard names and Iniicndu
The Governor's opinion on the term
"proceedings" In the Organic Act is i
beautiful combination of contradl -
tlons He believes the acts nf the i
Legislature legal and Illegal at the I
same time, and won t take nil) stand on
either side If at this carlv stage in
the game the Oovernor has i cached the
point where he doesn't know- what to
think, his opinions must needs be de
cidedly chaotic before the end of the
session. Reference to the American In
terpretation of the term proceedings
ought to be sufficient to settle the mat
ter in the mind of an American
One of the most serious problems of
the county and municipal government
plan will be the disposition of the pub
lic schools The present administra
tion' of the Department of Public In
struction Is capable of considerable Im
provement cspeclnllv in the matter of
salaries. The general decentralization
of authority, however, presents a mii"h
more serious problem which will for
tho time being overshadow otliei short
comings. General uniformity through
out nil the schools must be maintained
nnd standards must be upheld and ad
vanced. Tho countrj districts spiiisclv
.populated must be provided for with
TUB GEAR APPOINTMENT.
Of course tho Morning Organ weeps
salt tears over tho appointment of Al
tornoy fiear to bo second Judge of tho
First Circuit. Naturally an organ
would weep when tho clique control
ling it find themselves absolutel) pow
erless to further successfully mlsrepic
sent tho political and odlclal conditions
of this Territory. The power of the
Morning Organ aggregation Is gone,
Naturally tho organ does not admit
tho truth of the situation, nnturnlly It
belabors Its followers for what thoy
As n mater of fart every Intluenco
the Organ's dictators nnd follow cm
could bring to bear to defeat Clear wns
. mustered into nctlvo service. Their
opposition first expressed In nn en
dorsement of De Holt resolved Itself
Into anything to defeat Oc.ir How
many 'letters woro written by them,
how many men sent on to Washington
for a purpose, how much money was
pent can only bo estimated. The Or
aan won't tell.
When nil this Compact cllquo weie
gathered together It found Itself poj
sessed of a strength of a baker's dozen
more or less as usual. Then tame
tho usual wild defamatory tacttcs, let
Jooso through tho Orgnn s squirt gun.
Ho stone was left, unturned; no hunch
of mud was left unthrown. Tho only
g effect of all this exercise, of "power nnd
Influence." was to "bom up" the ap-
polntment nnd delay the business of
Another matter of fact of public rec
ord Is that Mr. Gear receded nnd held
the endorsement of the majorlt) of the
liar Association nnd the strongest He
publican partj endorsement t nny
Taking Into consideration that the
Morning Orgnn espouses mlnorlt) rule
In pnrt management us well as the af
fairs of government It Is mrc deserv
Ing of Bvmpnthv than condemnation.
It evidently has ft Tiard road before It
In coming to full realization that this is
an American Tcrrltor) and will lie
governed on the American plan.
I:wa plantation stockholders lime.
nnnrntirt.iteil t'.ftntl tnr . Iint-lfi fr.m.
their munificent earnings Wnlal in
stockholders lune appropriated $2000
for the ranie purpose
This sounds well It demonstntes
to a certain extent the thoughtful, lib
eral character of these stockholdets
It Is unusual for corporations to eon-
slder any other proposition than the
cold dollars nnd cents to be hnnded out
In dividends The spirit tint prompts
such an action Is highly credltnble
Criticism of such acts would seem like
Hut when one contemplates the
sourco of the monej.lt Is not surprising
the querj nrles Wh Is this tlil'i
done Whv Is It that the lirge heartid
turns with liberal hand to provide
funds foi charltj It has none, never
had no one ever supposed It would
possess nnj of those qualities of Intel
ligence found in the modern Iden of
Christian manhood and womanhood It
la a commoditj clad In the frame nnd
flesh of human kind but none the less
a midline doing n master's bidding for
a pittance and the master hand Is that
which now gives to charity from the
surplus product of the nimlght) dollar
Looking upon the true condition the
real source nnd Its Influence upon
the bodj politic In the home. Is there
n ma nof Rod who will otter an un
conditional blessing on this contribu
tion and lok Ood as taught fiom civiliz
ed pulpits. In th cf ice We sav uncno
ditlonnl because It Is udmlttedly bet
ter that charltv funds should be in
creased rather than decreased through
failure to receive. The gift exemplifies
much that Is wot thy of highest praU".
Whj is It that a people will give thus
Ilbcrallv to a general chnrlt, nhd be
grudge or evade that specific charity
of far more Import, the creation of ,i
higher standnid pf labor, an Intelli
gent laborer n man n human being
who cnij think as ui II as woik an Indi
vidual with Indlv Idu illtj who knows
the meaning and Intent of the home
the chinch the school who studies his
nets c-iuelni: his thmichi nmi nrilnn i.t
civilized st.indnrds and thereliv he-
comes and Is accepted .is a worthy citi
zen' The Ilulletln will not attempt lo
answer the question Let the wealthy.
the icllglous nnd Industrial power seek
an answer from Its inner heart and
convince Itself that desire for mor
wcaltn elocs not overwhelm tho regaid
for social anil moral advancement In
tho plantation quarters as well as the
Gentlemen of the plintntlnn and the
church Is It useless to expect that Ha
waii labor can ever be oi will ever be
lalscd above the level of African bean
tlilltj of Porto Itlcan starvation? Must
our soil be tilled b human machines
and our gold bo wrung from the sweat
ing well spring of Ignorance nnd vice?
Is It Impossible to hope that there will
rise up In jour midst men who, know
ing thnt the white farmer can work In
Hawaii's plnutatlon fields, will put
join shoulders to the wheel nnd see
to It that conditions undergo such u
reformation ns will make It possible
for tho white man to llvo at the planta
tion The nctlon Is possible Tho ful
fillment of the hope rests with the same
men who control the surplus for chat
ity wars pis io
Washington, Pebruarj IS. Tho Sec
retary of tho Treasurj nus transmit
teil to Congress two recommendations
of Immigration Commissioner Pow
ilerly, intended to straighten tho Chi
nese exclusion law Tho first permits
Chinese and Immigrant InBnectnrs to
make arrests of Chinese suspected of
innuing unlaw rimy in tbo country, nnd
tho second lequires steamship com
pnnles bringing L'Filneso to this eoun
try to leturn them to Chlnn In cases
whero they mo not permitted to land
This Is tho hnmo as Is elono In tho
easo of other Immigrants Ineligible to
land At present only tho customs of
ficials Internal revenue collectors or
Pnltrd Stntes marshals may arrest
Chinese Under tho proposed Inw tho
( nine so Inspectors may mnko nrrests
On this point Commissioner Powderlj
discovering tho nreseuco In
this country of Chinese illegally hero
t..o delay In reporting tho fnets to
nnd seeming the nsslstancn of nlllclnls
autuorlzcil bj Tnw to mnko nrrests In
such enbcs would In many Instances
result In tho escnpo of such Chinese,
JvJiiYiVi miV iVfVi tr'ir. Druggists
:GSSLER'$i will refund
, MAGIC . the money
: HEADACHE: If they fail
:H WAFERS . to cure.
WMW.W.W.'.V itu. io cou.
Inasmuch ns the Chinese nnd Immi
grant Inspectors nlone nro under tho
supervision of this bureau, nnd Inas
much, furthermore, as their business,
particularly that of the Cnlnest In
spectors, Is to ascertain the legality
of tho presence of Chinese n the
United Stntes, it nppenrs obvious that
authority to make such summary ar
rests should he extended to tile snld
The second recommendation of Mr.
Powderly Is explained by nn nmend
ment he offers to the present act,
making It rend as follows.
"Section 12 Thnt before nny Chi
nese are landed from nny such vesfel
the Collector or his deputy shall pro
ceed to examine such passengers,
compnrlng tho certificates wuh the
list nnd with tho passengers, and no
passenger shall be allowed to land in
tho United Stntes from such vessel In
violation of taw. out shall be returned
ns sonn ns practicable to China, 'or to
the lountry of which he Is n citizen or
subject, nt the expense of the mnster
of the vessel bringing him here, or of
Its owner or consignee, and tho Col
lector shall In person decide nil ques
tions In dispute with regard to the
right of nny Chinese passenger to en
ter the United Stntes, nnd his decision
shnll be subject to review by the Sec
ietnr of the Treasury nnd not other
On this mntter Commissioner I'ow
"Under tho Immigration laws steam
ship companies which tiring nllcns to
ports of the United States who arc
not admissible under the laws are re
quired, offer tho rejection of such
nllcns by the appropriate otTleinls, to
return snld alien to the country from I
whenc they rami Following this pre
edent It seems Important that n
similar provision should be made In
relation to Chinese who have been re
fused a InmiriiK nt flic ports of the
United Slates Such legislation nlnno
wfll prove effective In preventing tTie
diversion of Chinese from seaports of
tfm United States to points on our
boundary lines nt which entrance enn
be effected by them with comparative
Silva & VivaS
and Financial Agents
500 Lots in the Kapiolani, kaiu
Ian!, Mjjioon, Kaimuki, Mc
Cully, Kjp.ihulu, kapiolani
Park Addition and Piiunui
Lands in This City, Suburbs, and
Island, in Maui and Hawaii,
improved and unimproved
INVESTORS AND HOME ShKK
ers will do well to see us be
fore buying elsew here.
Post Office Lane,
Honolulu, T. H.
SI 'I CI ALLY FOR CATTLL. MJvR TOWN.
SILVA i. VIVAS,
1775-tf TOST OI I ICL I AM.
at Waikiki Beach.
Raft For Diving
In good canoes with
A CUISINE WELL
AN IDEAL RESTING
rti rA rii rsti rfo "4" "4" tin
?V 7W vJW a tfC s JQm
Smow Flake Salmon
Van Camp's Pork and Beans
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
Sterling Blue Flame Oil Stoves
Hming closed out our old stock of the old
patterns, we are now offering the latest
Improved Patterns. Call and ex
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In llouflchnld nnd Kitchen Utensils
Ihese are NbVV GOODS and the QUAL
ITY and PRICE will please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NbVV INVOICES TO HAND.
A Inrge stock will arrive on the "W. G.
IRWIN" now due.
and a large assortment of useful HOUSE
HOLD UTENSILS now being opened up.
Bethel Street Household Department.
WE HAVE ON INHIBITION AT OUR
(Murctiitnt St.. bet. Port nnd Alnkcn.
We invite you to inspect our Up-to-dute Vehicles and get our
price if you contemplate buying.
fit o h
This Is No Lead Pine Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HONLS.T WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing buslnew to the
COHM.N OI BLRETASIA ASD
I WMASTb. Telephone. White
3571. v here I Imelnsto.kthe
follow Ing gooJs :
enameled Iron anJ steel clad,
with nlckle p'ated trimmings;
Mil wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Sphon, jet styles.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatotle, enameled Iron,
and mirble ulth nlckle plated
Wash Tiays, enameled Iron
with wood coe-.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
m'ngi, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ter, Cornices, Stone Pipe, fin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber.
R. W. ATKINSON
l-'urnlKlicil or UnfnrnlHlieel.
ROOM it, MAGOON BLD.,
All kinds of Carriage Trimming
done cheaper than at any other
VINFURD ST. NEAR RIVER ST.
- - - - - ;
tt 3va: A-ixr.
18 THE BB8T
It Contnlnn only !t UT-IOO
pep cent Alcohol.
Per Barrel, 6 doen quarts
Per Case, 4 dozen quarts
Company, Ltd. .
Ka AND UCTI1EI SlkElTS.
JUST THINK !
Beats any proposition ever offered to
the public before In Honolulu. You
can buy an artistic moJern six room
house, first-class plumbing with en
ameled fixtures for ?)ooo,oo, right In
the heart of the city. Bleed Ic and
horse cars within one block.
SHOO. OO down.
$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.
1746-im Merch int and Alakea Sts.
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
Lirge 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,
I702-K 15 KaaliumanuSt.
Free Hearing at
(Continued from pago 1.)
Chairman liocklcy, he declared that he
voted tho Democratic ticket, except
that he mnlled himself of the honor ot
rcplnclng tho name of otic of the Demo
cratic nominees by that of Mr. Deckle.
In consequence of his political atti
tude he nnd some other ire not nun
on the pay rolls of the Hoard ot Health.
Kannnol lodged a strong complaint
of faorltlsm agilnst assistant super
intendent Fcary; haoles, he said, are
allowed to draw thetr meat allowance
In semt-neckly Installments, while the
same privilege, though earnestly
sought, Is dented tbe natives.
Peter Kclllkoaptint addressed the
committee, saying: "I am stilt here In
misery. Have lled here for flftion
years, but medical treatment has not
been siimclcnt. In reference to Dr. Co
to. I can say that ho did good to us.
The doctors generally who havo been
sent here treat nny other disease but
leprosy. Therp arc lepers hero weak
nnd sick who are reccUIng no medical
treatment." He complained about the
unequal dealing out of meat rations,
some being glcn good ment cuts nnd
others principally bone
Adam I'unloa wanted working lepers
to be raid one dollar a day Instead of I
fifty cents, and kokuas to be allowed
food and rental nnd fifty cents a day.
I. Klha lodged a new complaint not
embraced In any of the petitions filed
heretofore with Ihe law makers. He
addressed the committee as follows'
"Fathers and Honorable Gentlemen 1
built a house of my own nnd lived
there. I had plllkla; shingles all blew
off. nnel I hail no money to pay for re
pairs. I asked Iloinl of Health for help
but they did hot help me If they put
on Just one shingle they claim tho
whole house nnd I lose It. To pay my
money for wntcr pipes l-ilil to mj
house, the Hoard of Health furnishing
the toots; but when I die the Hoard
takes It all. I hue no right to give It
to anybody. I came here as a kokua
to my wife; hut wns declared a lepor
In 18SS. Somo people say we stay heie
because we love the place, but It is
not so. We have sold all we havo on
the outside and brought everything
here, and It would bo no good to leave
hero and go out again My wife died
in 1890. I married again and now- have
n fine boy."
One of the most Intelligent witnesses
examined was Ambrose J. Hutchinson.
Mr. Hutchinson manages! to differ with
his fellow RiifTorprn nn thn tinlnts em
braced in their petition, which he
claimed not to have before seen. Mr.
Hutchinson stated that he was ti years
old, and had been In tho settlement
twenty-two years. Was married there,
but has no children. Was possessed of
real property beforo entering the set
tlement, and has means of his own
He chlms to be the father of the Idea
of local self-government for the settle
ment and when asked whether theie
wns n man nmnug the lepers competent
tnko In hand the management of tho
settlement nnd conduct It to the satis
faction of those most directly concern
ed, he modestly replied, "I decline to
answer that question" He disapprov
ed of the petition fur a largei water
In regard to the claiming by the
Ilojul of Health of one-fourth of the
taro produced by the lepors. Mr. Huch
lnson thought an enforcement of Rule
15 of tho Hoard of Health of 1S93 would
be tho best thing to bo done He
thought It would not be at all propei to
permit tho cloth allow nnco to be con
verted Into cash, for the reason that
the money would In most cases bo fool
ishly squandered. Ho considered the
question of wood a very Impoitant one,
nnd called attention to the denude I
foot hills which wero onco coveted with
trees. He appioved the request ask
ing that tho impnttatlon of awa be al
lowed. Hn eutered Into the discussion
of tho taro nnel pala mnttni of the peti
tion by citing rules that hail foimerl)
been In operation, and took occasion
to complain that his taro patches had
recently been pulled by order of thei
agents or tbe Hoard ot Health, and for
which ho had so fur been offeied 1111
compensation. The question of a local
court ho doclarcil too serious tor an ov
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THE WERNER COMPANV,
IblUban MaauLctsnn AltTOXl. OUlO
TU Wfian Csap.ny lllhMwithly MlliLUJ-EdliM.
prcsslon of opinion trom him. The
present practice is, not to arrest of
fender In tho Interim of court ses
sions held by visiting Judges, but to
await the convening of court nnd then
bring all offenders before It. As n rule
the community was law abiding, the
principal Infractions of law belns
drunkenness, larceny and petty person
al disputes. There was also el In tho
indiscriminate mixing of the sexes.
Mr. Hutchinson was asked If he knew
of any rases of lolatlon of the rules'
of the Hoard of Health on the part of
Superintendent Itenolds,or whether
the manager bad eer been guilty or
Imposing on nny leper, nnd to Doth
these questions he gae a negative ans
wer. A number of the members of the com
mittee spent Saturday night at Super
intendent Reynolds' houao In Kalau
papa. I A heivy swell was running on slio-o
Sunday morning, so that only a few of
those, aboard ship ventured to Join
their comrades to pursue the second
day's Investigations. It was a busy
day for those ashore, however; tlio
Bourco of water supply was examined
and found to be nmple for all needs
with some additions to the piping facil
ities. The homes nnd hospitals weic
slatted, and secral lepers were ex
amined who wished to be pronounce
rlenn. but none were passed.
When the time for departure nrrluel
In the nftemoon the surf was so heavy
that It was Impoislble foi n small boat
to make the landing nt Kalaupapa. Tho
I purser nnd a boat's crew ventured as.
near shore as was deemed safe, in an
effort to communicate with thnsa on
board, but the roar of the waters was
j so great that nothing could be heat J.
1 At this point, nt Imminent danger to
hlmBelf, a kokua by the name of Ianl
' Maklna Jumped Into the turbulent w 1-
tcr and swam boldly out to the boat,
and was taken aboard the ship. whe.o
ho dellevered a written order freim
Chairman Ilcckley directing the cap
tain to proceed nt onre to Walkolti,
where the bieakers were not so bad.
When the kokua wns put ashore again
ho was clad In coat shoes and hat con
tributed by Mr Hours nnd trousers do
nated by Senator Ualdwln. and had six
dollars in cold cash In his pocket. Ily
G o'clock every body was aboard ship
again and at midnight a tired out and
sea sick company of leglstiitois were
glad again to put foot on Honolulu
IN EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Magoon Submits a Big Bill for Ser
vices of the Members of the
Plague Fire Com
mission. In the Governor's council this mom
Int;, Oovcrnoi Dole read n lettei f 10111
Sccrctnr) Hitchcock enclosing a lettei
from one of tho Olna squatters Sccie
tiir Hitchcock asked for the facts con
ccrnliiK the siiuntter's complaint.
Governor, Dole reported that It 113d
been called to his attention that plan
tations nre worklni; theli laborers 011
Suntln). The matter was leferred to
the Attornc) (ieuernl with the reepicst
that the laws lie enforced.
Governor Dole a I bo lepoited that he
had been visited by n committee f 10111
tbe Senate, which had requested hln
to fuinlsh better quarters for the Sal
ute, The IlunRalow has been accepte...
Accaidlngl, the partition between tl.u
two billiard looms on the Upper flooi
Is belni; removed.
Governor Dole submitted a lettei
fiom .1. A .MnKoem enelosliiK a bill of
charges foi services of the membeis of
the Klre- Claims Commission. The bill
Is for five membeiH. thirty da's slttlnic.
at $10 per day each. The bill was 11
fcrred. Governor Dole then spoke of the ne
cessity of amending the law regulating
tho payment of taxes. He favoied
semi-annual puvments Instead of an
nual, as at present.
Tho application of N. C. Aklnn of
Ilookenn, Hawaii, for a llpht wine nnd
beer license wns lefused.
Superintendent .McCandless read in
application of Collectoi of Revenue It.
11. Chamberlain for uu arch between
tho two looms of his offlce. Mr. Mc
CandlesH said that the government was
too pool to make repairs more urgent
I) needed than those requested. Mi.
MrUanilless again spoke of the falluio
of the IramwnvH Company to lovvei i's
Hacks according to law.
Do You Suffer fiom lumbigo, ihtu
matlsni or swollen muscles' If 30,
pieicuro nt onco n bottle of PAIN
KII.l.i;U am) follow the printed ellrer
Uiiiih. The lellef Is Instantaneous us
well ns lasting No necessitv to suffer
when n remi'dy such ns I'aln-Klllei U
to bo had Slxtv eais of sucess speaks
foi Itself Avoid substitutes, thero Is
bin one Paln-Klller, Peri) Dav'o
Price 25c nnd 50c.
A THI-WLI.M.V. JAI'ANhSUMWs.
I'AI'LR. HI 1'RlsrMi. Till HIST
LLfcMLNT AMOVi Till. JAI'ANLM:
Proprietor, . Dr. T. Mltamura,
Editor Y. Klmura.
P.O. Box 842. Tel., White 152