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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., FIUDAY, MARCH 29, 1901.
flblished Ererjr Day except Sunday,
t 210 King Ptreet, Honolulu,
T. of H., by the
BULLETIN I'UDLISHINO COMPANY.
WALLACE R. FAHUINOTON ,! Editor
Entered at the Post Office at Hono
lulu ' as second class matter
Per month, anywhere In U, S. . .$ .75
to year 1.00
IVr year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Office Dot 718
Fit I DAY MARCH 29, 1901
As an agent to divert capital ana)
from Hawaii, the Advertiser Is a large
success. Still the Advertiser alvvos
has Its price when approached on any
nefarious scheme nnd perhaps ought
not to be taken too seriously.
Now that an experiment station Is to
be established under the ndmlnlstro
tlon of the federal Government, the
small farmer will be given some atten
tion. This phase of work was of ah
solutely no account to the Republic
of Hawaii. It's the Individuals and- the
struggling poorer people that Uncle
Sam alws looks after first.
Court officers In San Kranclsco arc
now engaged In the peculiar task uf
determining who died first, Consul
Wlldman or his wife. This arises
through the terms of the wills of the
late Mr. Wlldman nnd his wife. The
relatives of both have applied for let
ters of administration and their status
depends on whether Mr. Wlldman still
lived when her husband expired. It
mould Indeed be remarkable If this
point could be determined. Under the
circumstances the wise decision wuull
lc that their lamp of life went out at
the Same time in a struggle to stvu
each other and the children they loved
THAT "RUSH" TO HAWAII.
The Advertiser still maintains that
Its discovery of a "rush to Honolulu
following annexation" Is the leal thing
and thus defines Its And:
"When steamers came crowded
and high-priced hotels and board
ing houses were congested and
Honolulu was building up In all
directions, that meant a 'rush.' "
That did mean a rush did It? From
the previous statement of the Morn
ing Organ It would appear that this
rush was of the same order of that ex
perienced In San Diego and other west
ern cities where people poured Into the
towns by tralnloads, all looking for
something they didn't hne. a' home, or
else hoping to better their conditions
although they had nothing positive In
sight previous to their migration.
So far as crowded steamers are con
ccrned the only ones known to bo ap
preclably crowded were those bringing
laborers, tho icrmy transports and the
liner having the Shrlncrs on board,
This was not a "rush" population so
far as It relates to the real estate mar
ket. Boarding houses w ero full to over
flowing and are at the piesent time and
our contemporarj might nlso reassert
with absolute truth what was published
by the Bulletin, that real estate men
uud those not In the business are re
ceiving repeated and urgent requests
for rentals which they cannot supply,
This population that fills the homes
nnd tho boarding houses is a lcglblmato
population drawn hero by Increased
legitimate business In this city and
throughout the Islands. It Is not a
floating or a speculatlvo population. It
costs money to float to Honolulu and
the floaters take other1 lines of travel
where walking lsvgood or freight trains
furnish a possible though precarious
free ride. It Is not n rreculatlve popu
lation since the business community
having had one experience with the in
flation of stock values Is holding down
the market. Money cannot be obtained
from banks or estntes for speculative
purposes. These sources of money sup'
ply demand a knowledge of the exact
purpose for which loans are to be used.
Since these keen eyed watchmen of
public money ns well ns their own have
failed to find the "rus'h" dug up by the
Advertiser, and since there 1b nothing
more to Indicate an Inflation of real
estate values other than the desire of a
few Individuals to buy at lower figures
In order to make a larger profit
through the assured growth of the city.
It Is at once apparent that the Adver
tiser's contention Is not only supreme
ly foolish but utterly without a slnglo
foundation of fact.
Until such time as the forces of na
ture cast up additional land 'space on
the Island of Oahu or smooth off a
good number of Its mountain ridges to
make them available as home sites;
until such time as the business Inter
ests of Hawaii pass over to the demnl
tlon bowwows and labor finds no re
munerative employment In the Held or
office; until thattlme arrives there
will be no honest occasion for the re
duction of real estate values. When It
does arrive the Advertiser will be priv
ileged to howl with ghoulish glee, "th
. rush was not a bilious dream."
THE BISHOP'S ATTITUDD.
Kdltor evening Bulletin, Sir: For
the silencing of the scribe who fires In
this morning's Advertiser from behind
the rock of anonymity, plense find be
low copy of official notice Issued last
July, when the Islands became n Ter
rltorj of the United States of America,
Honolulu, March 29, 1001.
The admission of the Hawaiian Isl
ends as a Territory of the United States
calls for one or two changes In the
Book of Common Prayer. The order
Issued on August 9, 1S9S, Is accordingly
rescinded, and authority Is given; by
the Bishop for the following altera
tions: 1 In the order for the Holy Com.
(a) Omit the Collect for the Queen.
(b) In the prayer "for the whole stato
of Christ's Church," the clause begin
ning, "Wc beseech Thee," to be read os
follows: "We beseech Thee also to
sive and defend all Christian Kings,
Princes, and floernors; and specially
Thy servant the President of the Unit
ed States; that under him we may be
godly and quietly governed! nnd grant
to nil that are put In authority under
2 In the order for Mornjng and
(a) For the erslcle, "O Lord, save
the Queen," to read, "O Lord, fcave tho
(b) At Morning Prayer, when tho
Litany Is not said, and at Evening
Prayer to use the following:
A Praer for the President of tho
United States and all In Civil Author-
O Lord, our heavenly Father, tho
high and mighty Ruler of the unherio,
who dost from Thy thione behold nil
the dwellers upon earth: Most heartily
m a (misAnh Thn IHi Thi. fiiiniir in fc-
hold and bless Thy servant The Presl-
dent of the United States, the Governor
of this Territory, nnd all others In au
thority; and so replenish them with
the grace of Thy Holy Spirit, that they
may always Incline to Thy will, and
walk In Thy way. Endue them plen
teousty with heavenly gifts: grant
them in health and prosperity long to
live; and finally nfter this Bfe. to at
tain everlasting Joy and' felicity;
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Almighty God, whose kingdom Is
everlasting nnd power Infinite; Have
mercy upon this whole land;aml so
rolo the henrtB of Thy servants'. Th
President of the United States, the
Governor of this Territory, and all
others In authority, that they, knowing
whose ministers they are, may above
all things seek Thy honour nnd glory;
nnd that we and nil the People, duly
considering whose authority they bear,
mny faithfully nnd obediently honour
them. In Thee, and for Thee, according
to Thy blessed Word and ordinance;
through Jesus Christ our Lord, who"
with Thee and the Holy Ghost llveth
and relgneth ever, one God, world
without end. Amen.
3 In the Litany:
(n) Between the intercession for the
"Holy Church Unlversil" and that for
"Bishops, Priests, and Beacons" to use
"That It may please Theo to bless
and preserve the President of the Unit
ed States, tho Governor of this Ter
ritory, and nil Christian Kings,
Princes, nnd Governors."
(b) Omit Intercession for "the Lords
of the Council."
tlnpancxe Benevolent Society.
The semi-annual meeting of the Ja
panese Benevolent Society was held
last evening at the Japanese Primary
I school on Nuuanu street.
The report of the management of the
Japanese Charity Hospital for the six
months past showed that 174 patients
had been treated. During this time 31
deaths occurred. Cash receipts from
nil sources amounted to 474,2 3G; ex
penditures. JIC10..C3. Only 25 cases
were charity patients.
The Benevolent Society reported re
ceipts of J328.73. and disbursements of
The condition of the detention camp
under the management of the society
was reported to be first class.
The Peking's Plllklo.
According to San Francisco papers
the City of Peking will be late In ar
riving here. It Is Bald that on account
of a crack In her tall shaft tho steamer
will be late. When she was last hero
her captain was of the opinion that
her propeller was loose and It Is prob
able that for that reason she has been
docked. She made a slow trip to San
FranclBto aB her officers were nfrald
they would lose the use of the propeller
The steamer. Noeau from Kauai ar
rived late last night. She brought as
passengers Dr. Sandow nnd Mr.
Olmstead. Castle & fooko 16S0 bags
sugar and for II. Waternuuso 1500 bags
ol sugar and 500 bags rice.
A GOOD THING.
The people of Honolulu may be
depended upon to appreciate a good
thing when they see it.
1 his is evidenced by the Interest
manifestea in the superb " bfrd'S
,t ye View of Honolulu " lately made
and published by KING BROS.
With a view to making larger and
better photos of Hawaiian subjects,
this enterprising firm has been ex
perimenting 1 long new lines for the
past year with most gratifying re
sul s. t
A feature of these productions is
the beautiful cloud effects, which, it
will be noticed, do not roh the land
scape of any of its values ThN
was one of the hardest problems of
all to solve, as anyone versed In
photography will appreciate
Owing to the unusual size of these
pictures (7MC0 no paper on which
to print It can be procured short of
the factory, which fact causes the
delay In lilling ortlers. It is nopeu,
however, that the steamer of the
30th Inst, will bripg a fresh supply.
I'm a modest cigarette,
Just a little thing, and yet
Hold me up
To the Indignation ,
01 the world, "' 't
At a crime ''
Unwhlpt of Justice!
Apd they punch me In the slats
'Cause the nice young man In spats
The primrose path t X j
Of dalliance I Jf "
, K I
!v lotus loving fragrant
Through his immature '
Lungs and J m'.
Lights and , $ i ,
Liver, - f f
And congesting J
ll's delicate mucuous membrane
And his sensitive bronchial tissues
With my inhalations;
Whli h Is not my fault of course,
Whn he coughs and shows up hoarse.
If he smokes me
It Is my bound en duty
To retum'the compliment , .
By smoking him. &
Then thej slifg1 rie'Sv 'thout rut,
Salng I corrupt the youth
Of the lovely and tho highly kind
And they say I ham smell -
Which Is something worse than well,
I'm not bad enough to mention
such a name.
1 nm charged with
High crimes and misdemeanors,
To locomotor ataxia,
To paresis, .,
Apd they Jump on me like sin' 1
And they call the lawyers' In?
BuUdurn It all,
I ain't to blame,
They don't hare to
Unless they want to,
They be-In it,
Don't the ?
I'm a little cigarette.
Very little, and I'll let
If the) '11
I ct me alone;
If they fire me up, you bet '
They will find a cigarette.
In th course of time will get
The best of them nnd yet
It Is not the cigarette
All the row.
Is it? William J. Lampton.
Silva & VivaS
and Financial Agents
500 Lots in the Kapiolani, Kaiu
lani, Magoon, Kaimuki, Mc
Cully, Kapahulu, Kapiolani
Park Addition and Puunui
Lands in This City, Suburbs, and
Island, in Maul and Hawaii,
improved and unimproved
INVESTORS AND HOME 8EEK
ers will do well to see Us be
fore buying elsewhere.
Post Office Lane,
Honolnln, T. H.
SPECIALLY FOR.CATTLE. NEAR TOWN.
SILVA & VIVAS,
1775-tf POST OFFICE LANE
RING UP THE. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, :': :
(18 FOBT STRKJn
SUbla 'Phone, 477
Hack Stand 'Phones, 81B and 71..
O. H. BELLTHA,
ILjVtnnui Meat C-JK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
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
In Household and Kitchen Utensils
Ihese are NEW GOODS and the'QUAL
ITY and PRICE will please you. t
' Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NbW INVOICES TO HAND.
A large stock
and a large
Bethel Street Household Department.
I 30 STUDEBAKER
Extra strong, with
Also a variety of
a both light and heavy. It' will
if you intend
II MERCHANT STREET.
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 "HONEST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to the
CORNER OF BERETAMA AND
EMMA STS. Telephone, White
3571. where I have In stock the
following goods i
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle plated trimmings;
alio wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet styles.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories enameled Iron,
and mtrble with nlckle plated
Wash Tiays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
nvngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. .Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Ji, Sanitary Plumber,
The Life of Queen
John CoHlter and J. A. Cooper
of London and Canada.
ROQM 11, MAGOON BLD.,
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
arrive on the
assortment of useful HOUSE
HOLD UTbNSILS now being opened upf
DUMP CARTS 30
4 Inch tires.
and Express Wagons
pay you to inspect these goods
BET. FORT AND ALAKEA
DID YOU EVER GET A BETTER
KINO AND BITHIL STREETS,
. . .TELEGRAPH
On and After the 2nd of March
messages In plain language will be accept
ed for transmission between tlie
places mentioned below :
Honolulu, Oahu '
, Maunalei, tanal; and
The charge for such messages will be at
the rate of 20 cents per word of 15 letters,
minimum charge 1 1, until further notice.
When telephone connections are avail
able mesiges may be handed to the tele
phone comoanv to be forwarded to desti
nations other than those mentioned above.
In othtr cases special messengers may
The cost of special delivery- Is not In
cluded In the charge at 20 cents per word.
If the cost Is known It must be paid by
the sender when the message Is handed In.
If unknown, It must be paid by the ad-
urcsscc wnen ine message is delivered
Honolulu Office Magoon BlockJ
Drays for Freight
Our representative meet? all Incoming
steamers from the Coast and we check
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wblle and Black Sand For Salt
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 Klnr
street. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEN, M'l'r.
1200 Lote 1200
The Kapiolani Tract ex
tends from King street 'to the
A road 60. feet wide
be opened on the east
side pf the property adjoin
ing the Kamehameha Girls'
School; said road will ex
tend to the sea. , ?
Cross-roads will beopened
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, i
No swamps around ,the
premises. Nc freshet ' WW'-''
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 rrioneyonw their
The ground is superior to
any tract in the market. .
The premises are situated "
within one mile and a lialf 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 f
The terms which VWirbe
given to purchasers will be
the best ever given by 'any
real estate dealer or broke'r
during the last twenty years
in Honolulu. ' ' AAl
For terms or more particu-
lars appy t0 .
S. M. Kanakanui
Surveyor and Manager of
Kapiolani Tract Co.
W. C. Achi & Co.
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