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EVRNINa BULLETIN, HONOLULU II. T., THUnSDAY, MAItCH 14, 1901,
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THURSDAY MARCH 14, 1901.
Hnwall's house Is open to the Shrlners
and llio latch string Is ulwajs out for
their friends or themselves should they
Rant to repent the pilgrimage.
Senator Cecil Urown knows when to
rrlen. Whnl n ahnrk tills must liavo
been to the official family where reslg. M
n.tin. nr hM nf thin.
Even the Official Organ has to ndralt !
that Oovcmor Dole Is the only oUlclal
of the American Government who at
lows himself to be addressed as "Your
Land Commissioner Ilrown hns been
dlscoercd. He rnn now report to the
I.eglslaturo on what he dldn t do In .
Washington nnd how tho draft on the i
3u00 for Incidentals was expended.
The report of the committee on gov
ernment estimates will convince Gov
ernor Dole that he had best keep hi
appointments pigeon holed for nn In
definite period. In fact It will sug
gest to the Governor that
Just a- well take a vacation so far as,
.,,,,. , .
tho Legislature Is concerned. ,
Commander Wlnslow of the Solace
appears to have met with a reverse
more touching than n battle with a
common enemy or the elements. He is
now forced to allow customs officers to
senren his ship, Judging from his many
experiences with customs officer hero
and elsewhere, Wlnsbw ought to be a
good governor for Guam where he can
run things to suit his own sweet will.
Friends of Hawaii In Washington
can't understand why the people of Ha-
nil n KAMnluttnnnvii In A ilnt trt
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congress, ine souuum is easy, oeingi
found In the action of the President In ;
appolrtlng n revolutionary lender ns
first Governor. The same rensons that I
Influenced McKlnlcy In dealing with I
Hawaii would lead him to .appoint ,
General Qtls first governor of the Phil-1
Ipplnes nnd ho might ns surely expect)
ns a reward tho election of Agulnnldo
or ono of his followers ns first Terri
torial delegate from the Philippines.
FIRE LIMIT EXTENSION.
Legislation for extension of the flrolOrnnd Quarry Co.; J. M. Galge, Crq
limit oucht not tn he nlldwef! to fall I well, Mich., banker; S. S. Getchell.
by tho wnslde "or lag till the latter
part of the session. Nothing Is morn
Important for tho protection of the city
from a devastating fire ns swept Chi
natown in '80 nnd again last year.
Rights of the poor people seems to
be the principal topic In the discussion
of this measure thus far held. Noth
ing will better secure protection of
tho poor, both tenants nnd land hold
ers than this proposed extension with
in which fire proof buildings must be
erected. The tenant gntnb an advan
tage through .the superior quarters at
his disposal; tho land owner, through
the advanced value to his property nnd
ability to secure a larger Insurance at
n lower rate. Every taxpayer gains bj
virtue, of the guarantee against n
destructive fire that will force upon him
such n bill of expense as Is now charged
up to the Territory- and the poor tax
payer must assist In paying.
Legislation bearing on firs limit ex
tension should bo pnBstd with n view
to future growth of the city. The pres
ent extension nf tho business section is
such as to warrant tho enforcement of
fire proof construction of all new bulll
Ings erected within the area bounded
by Alnpal, Vlneynrd nnd l.lllhn streets
nnd iho waterfront. This legislation
should also demand tho reico-al of
lumber yards from the heart of thf city
within a reasonable period
EXIT THE HANGMAN.
Senator John Brown's bill to nbolli.h,
tho death penalty brings up a serious
topic tn administration of Justice that
has bothered many leglslntUe minds
and been variously dwelt upon by stu
dents of humanity.
Tho principle has been handed down
to us from our barbaric ancestors, that
ho who takes u life should forfeit hU
own as summarily. With these ances
tors, tho relatives of the murdered ton'c
rare of tho murderer. Under advancing
civilization the Stato haB stepped in
to do the killing under the title ad
ministration of Justice. As the peoplu
hnve come to place n higher value on
human life nnd consider tho responsi-
billty they are taking upon themselwa
In putting nut the lamp of life n nnv
human being, tho principal argument
In favor of capital punishment Is ll
"moral effect" and the necessity ther
It Is held thnt without the death
pennlty murder would Increaso; that
the fear of death or the Ignominy nt
tnched to tho linngman'B nooso wlth
holds tho hand of the degraded lndll
dual who would do murder to sntlsfoy
revenge U Is on tho basis of "moral
effect" that tho civilized powers nr
now demanding tlio lives of Chlneso In
surrectionary lenders, although such
a demnnd Is in contrnventlon of every
tenet of modern so-called civilized warfare.
The principal risk tnken by the
State Is the possibility of killing an
Innocent man. This ti.s been done In
more than one Instance. It has
tnken tho life nf one entirely Innocent
nt crime, by virtue of the strong clr
Ttimstanttal evidence Its nttorneyj
were nhlo to secure and the superloi
power of those attorneys to Influence
the minds of Jurors.
It has not been,proven, however, that
tho death penalty decreases murder of
that to abolish It will Increase mur
der. The degraded Individual fm
whoe benefit the "moral effect" U
maintained stands as much In feariol
Imprisonment for life ns he docs speedy
death nt the end of n rope. Tho Stati i
In which the death penalty Is prohlb't
ed by law nrc Colorado, Rhode Island,
Maine. Michigan nnd Wisconsin, Iowa
Is tho only State In which the penalty
onco abolished hns again been plareiT
on the statutes.
Mnlne hns Just furnished nn Instant
where the State would have been In
tho position of having committed u:t
official murder had the death penalty
'" " Some ten years ago two
" e convicted of murder In tin-
first degree. The abolition of t'is
death penalty Just previous to tht
crime saved their necks. They wero
not men of wealth or station, but then
attorney convinced of their Innocenci
kept up his fight to secure Justice. 04
January 1, 1901. they wero pardoned
liv the Goernor The evidence pro
duced showed It to be lulte Impos-
) trmt tney WOri guilty of th4
crime. The attorney general was so
thoroughly convinced of their Inno
cence that his opposition to the pnlo-i
Senator Brown's bill brings Hawiill
to n serious study of tho problem, Th
large Oriental population will bo tho
h.lH.lnnl Paa iicaJ nrrnlnpf t fl n mftfltt
..u ,n , In ih
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near future when Hawaii can place it
,' ,', . . ' mi..i
self with those who opposo official
murder In the namo of tho State.
(Continued from page 1.)
and wife. Detroit, Mich., hotel proprie
tor; J, C. Campbell and wife, San Fran
cisco, Cal.; Miss Campbell, San Fran
cisco. Cnl.; A. K. Iletwllrr, Toledo. 0.,
manufacturer; G. C. Die-
fenderfer nnd wife, Orwlgsburg, P.,
1 shoo manufacturer; C. V. Dykemnn and
I wife. Brooklyn, N. Y.. Prudential In
I furancc Co.; C. U. Dean. Dowaglac.
Mich., general ngent Great Northira
1 R. R. Co.; II. L. Dewey. Downglac.
j Mich,, dry goods merchant; F. O
' Evans and wife, Des Moines, Iowu,
' wholesale piano dealer; S. Felt anJ
iwlfe, Wntertown, N. Y., druggist; C.
j E. Fink. Grand Rapids, Mich., with
Pero Marquette Railroad Co.; O. A
' Gregg, Quarry. la., vice president T.o-
Woonsocket. It. .. furniture mnnufac-
turer; I). I). Hanover Alpena, Mich .
carrlase dealer; A. llnlllilny. St. lo
scph, Mich., fruit grower and sheriff:
II. V. Ileus. St. I.011I. Mo., real estate,
C. A. MunKcrford nnd wife. Wntertown,
N. Y., hotel proprietor; .1. I). Holsrain,
Citithrlc Centre, la., fnrnier and II14
dock; Dr. T. S. Hacker, InrtlnnapolU,
Ind., dentist; J. C. Herkner. (Irnnl
Rapids. Mich., Jeweler; L. C. Mill unl
wife, Honey Grove, Tex., exprejf
agent; Miss I.. HnnK, Kansas City, Mo.,
S. O. Mcntly nnd wife, Snji Frnneisco,
Cal,; A. lllsomada and wife, San Fran
cisco, Cnl,; W, G, P. Jacob?. Aberdeen,
S. Dakota, commercial traveler; Mri
M. n.Jones. Tolodo.'o.; Mrs. G. P.
Jones, rindlay, O.; C. I). Judd, Orand
Ilnplds, Mich., retired manufacturer;
N. J. Johnson. Ames. Nen., live stock;
Dr. S. Johnson, Asbury Park, N. J..
physician; P. KettenrlnK. Portsmouth,
0., manufacturer; W. Knrch, Chicago,
111., locomotive etiRlneer; O. F. Kuhlcs,
St. Paul, Minn., tobacco and cigars;
Miss O. I,. Kuhlcs. St. Paul, Minn.; K,
A. I.ott, Flint. Mich., hotel proprietor;
Mrs. P. S. I.ott. Flint. Mich.; D. W.
Lawrence. Medford, Mass.i banker;
F. W. I.yle. Downglac, Mich., banker;
F. W. Lewis nnd wife. Indianapolis,
Ind., mnnufncturfr; J. II. Iambic nnd
wife. Washington. D. C. hardware; A.
W. Miller. Clinton, In., steam foundry;
W. C. Monroe, riint. Mich., traveling
snlesmnn; J. C. Moore. Corning, N. Yi,
retired business mnn; Mrs. J. F. Moore,
Corning. N. Y ; J. Mnwnt, Grand Ra
pids, Mich., furniture manufacturer; A,
n, Morey nnd wife, Detroit. Mich., hotel
proprietor; A. Morrlon, Cincinnati,
O.. pinning mill; W. II. McGregor, De
troit, Mich., county clerk; J, Nelson,
Lendvlllo, Colo., coroner nnd funeral
director; A. W. Noyes. Chicago, 111,,
T. P. A. Chicago Great Wf stern n. n.;
F. T. Prltchnrd nnd wife. .Woodhull.
III., real estate loans; C. O. l'hIKrick,
Grand Rapids, Mich., hardware mer
chant; G. F. Peterson. East Orand
Forks. Mich., druggist; J. II Palln.
wife nnd son Mllburn, Grand Rapids,
dentist; Mrs. Wm. I'nlln, Orand
G. II. Perry, Sioux Falls,
S. Dakota, real pstnto
St. Clair Parry,
1 Indlnnnpolls. Ind., carriage mnnufac-
turer; T, I. Phelps and wife. 'Greenville.,
Mich., hotel proprietor; Mrs. C. V. Pur
eell, Knnsas City, Mo.; S. 11. Phelps and
wife, Norwood, N. Y., conl; H. S. Pat
ten, August'n, Me., express ngent; W. F.
Peterson nnd wife, San Franrlsco, Cal.;
C, n. Qulgley nnd. wife, Grand Rnplds,
Mich., general ngent Stamford Varnish
Co.; S. G. Reynolds. Hillings, Mont.,
banker; D. W. Howell, Lyn, Mass., Im
perial Recorder; J. II. Ross, James
town, N, Y., oil producer; J. M. Ray
mond, Salem, Mnss.. nttorney-nt-fow;
L. Rosenthal. West Point, Neb., bank
erf C. L, Sherwood, Downglac, Mich.,
druggist; O. F. Slnclnlr nnd wife,
Grand Rapids, Mich., manufacturer;
N. A. Stoddard, Reed City, Mich., mln-1
ernl waters; R, II. Stafford, Iluffalo, N,
Y real estate; J. M., Stoever nnd wife.
Philadelphia, Pa., druggist; Wl A.
Schrleber and wife, Orand Rapids,
Mich., merchant tnllnr and clothier;
Miss N Strnhan, Grant! Rapids, Mich.;
O. N. Schoefleld, Philadelphia, Pa car
pet manufacturer; J. L. M. Shetterly
nnd wife. San Francisco, Cnl.; Dr. I. A.
Thompson, Traverse Clty' Ilch phy
slclnn nnd surgeon; It. O.'Vnn Court,
Philadelphia, Pa., Treag.AmJ Shoe &
Leather Ass'n.; J. A. Wolcolt, Jtowa
glac. Mich., regalia. manufacturer L.
E. Wood, Nllcs, Mich., real cstnto and
Insurance; H. K, VJood andA'Ifc, In
dianapolis, Ind carriage ami transfer;
J. Gi Wood, Indianapolis, Ind., student;
Lou ill. WlnsorfrJjeed City. Mlch,,nt-torney-at-lnw;,
.Win, Wcnte and wife,
Manistee. Mich.,. lumber manufacturer;
Miss M. A. Wyle, Rnnsas City, Mo.;
J, Waddell nnd wife. Orand R.iplds,
Mich., manufacturer; T. n. Warren nnd
wife, Bridgeport, Conn.; T. J. Wlnck
Icr, Asbury Park, N. J wholesale qon-
fectloner; 3. II. Wntson, Woonsocket,
11. I., blacksmith; W, A. Whitman and
lfe. South Arm, Mich., lumber manu
facturing; Dr. T. A. Wagner, Indian
apolls, Ind., physician.
f, tor TH DOLLtmm.
i i rir u- ti huiiim lor mi
ftiiutil idler, UrrmtrM lit-
vrnimiioi nw .. ,ur'
vtrlnff fnlt Irtfnr mutton in..11ftl.linUMiU
rlTnriftPtw. mmpuMiliimwlTi. i 1)iril lrM
Silva & YivaS
and Financial Agents
500 Lots in the Kapiolanl, Kalu-
lani, Magoon, Kaimuki, Mc-
Cully, Kapnlutlu, Knpiolani
Park - Addition nnd Pitunui
Lands in This City, Suburbs, nnd
Island, in .V.aui and Hawaii,
improved and unimproved
INVESTORS AND HOME SEEK
ers will do well to see us be
fore buying elsewhere.
Post Office Lane,
Honolulu, T. H.
SPECIALLY rOH CATTLE. NEAR TOWN,
SILVA & VIVAS,
I ny I'OST OFFICE LANE
. . . THE ... I
at Waikiki Beach.
Raft For Diving
In good canoes' with
A CUISINE WELL
AN IDEAL RESTING
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PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
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Sterling Blue Flame Oil Stoves
Having 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
1TY and PRICE will please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NEW INVOICES TO HAND.
A large 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.
30 STUDEBAKER DUMP CARTS 30
Extra strong, with 4 inch tires.
Also a variety of CUT UNDER
''Delivery and Express Wagons
8 both light and heavy. It will
if you Intend buying.
MERCHANT STREET. . BET. FORT AND ALAKEa
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 "HONUST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing buslnen to the
COKNCK OF DERIiTAMA ASD
U.MMA STS. Telechone, White
3571, whtre I ha'e In stock the
following goods :
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle p'ated trimmings;
ati wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet style.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories enameled Iron,
and m.rble with nlckle plated
Wash Tiajs, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Bol lers and Stands
Water PlFe, Faucets and Trim
m'ngi, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, fin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
idS. NOtt, Jr., Sanitary Plumber.
The Life of Queen
John Coulter and J. A. Cooper
ot London and Canada,
ROOM 11, MAGOON BLD.,
For a term of years, a piece of land front
ing on South sfeet, and running through
to Chamberlain street, the frontage on
each of sild stteets being 140 feet, and
having a depth of 140 feet.
This property Is suitable for the erection
of warehouses and stores. For terms, ap
ply to the
KAPIOLAM BSTATB, Ltd.
f - f t-f-f - -f-j
In Household and Kitchen Utensils i
NEW GOODS and the QUAL- Ji
pay you to inspect these goods
DID YOU EVER GET A BETTER
KlVa ANU BETHEL STKEITS.
JUST THINK !
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. Electtlc and
horse cars within one block.
$40 OO per unonth.
If this does'nt beat paying tent, what
See plans and learn particulars from
Chas. E. Moore & Co.,
Room 8, Magoon Block,
1 74-'m Merchant and Alakea Sts,
AI'I'LYTO ' '
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu containing so acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Sa'oon premlws, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
AppIv to A. G. CORREA.
1200 Lots 1200
The Knpiolani Tract ex
tends from King street to the
Beach. A road 60 feet wide
will be opened on the east
side of (he 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 arid 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
The terms which will be
giyen to purchasers, will., be,
the best ever given by any
real estate dealer or broker
during the last twenty years
in Honolulu. '
For terms or more particu
lars, apply to
S. M. Kanakanui
Surveyor and Manager of
'Kaplolanl Tract Co.
W. C. Achi S Co.
Real Estutr Dealers and
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