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PVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. IT., SATURDAY, AI'
nbllthcd Eref-Day except Sunday,
t 210 King Ptreot, Honolulu,
T. of II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMVANY.
WALLACE II. FAHIUNOTON ..Editor
Entered at the l'osl Office at Hono
talu as second class matter
Per month, anywhere In U. S. .. .75
ew year .00
frtr year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Taxable Invariably In advanse.
Post Office Box T1S
SATURDAY APRIL B. 1001.
The Morning Organ rectus to line a
crazy Idea that the public will take Its
word is against that or a reputable
If AgulnaUlu knows his bimlneim lio
will unconditional) siirii'tnler ami be
gin his campaign foi election as tlio
first Territorial delegate to Coiigret
INVIitlTMUIS I' l. UOY8.
The work of Thi-o. Rlibards and his
liSKOcl.ites In looking al'toi the bojs of
the city ought to rcicltc the hearty
support and cooperation ol ejwrj fami
ly in Honolulu. The Honolulu boy is
u problem that Is aUulll bex-uinlng
"more nunieioiis' with the steady
growth of the illy. A few years ago
be was not imuh In j!ieiui Now he
swnims the stieet and all too fiequcnt
ly llnds bis wnj Into the pollie court
Tor pett mlsdcmeaunr.
Our Honolulu boy Is not really bad
(iiid has the making of a first class
citizen If promptly and properly taken
in hand. Hawaii's perpetual summer
Is a constant temptation to the boy's
demand for fun. The water front and
the street appeal more forclblj to bis
joung mind than the sihool room and
if not dealt with this mmg fill I
2cn will travel the oasj toad "f amitfo I
mem that lends to association with an.
irresponsible nm! nil wiling but hisll
.Mr. RlchardV idea Is to furnlifli
healthful amusement combined with a
Inning Instruction tint will slip the'
young man a start towards Industry!
and frugality. Oiue fie boy Is sup
plied with first class organized amuse
ment It Is comparatll eusv to lead
ldm toward an intere-u In Industrial
pursuits, the value of which he will ap
preciate more fullj as he devilopcs to
ward the pcilod when he must make
his own way In the wot Id.
The philanthropic d.lzen can depend
upon It that he will find no better In
vestment with assured promise, of
fiplcndld future retiirm than the pro
ject now put before him In the exten
sion of the. work done hy the boys
club. The legislators fin authorize no
bonded Indebtedness that will be bet
ter appreciated by future generations,
than provision for public play grounds
where these citizens of tomorrow will
Ani a field tor organized amusement
through outdoor sports.
Every assistance thrown In the way
of this work will be found nn Invalua
ble power In the upbuilding of an hon
est, Industrial, thoughtful and patriotic
citizenship such as Hawaii must have
If It Is to keep Its place as upholding
lilgh American standard!.
PROTECT HAWAII CATTLE
Washington, March 33. On account
of the repotted cxlstance of rinderpest In
the Phllliplne Wands, !ectet.iry Wilson
some time ago recomioenJed to the Secre
tary of War that such action be taken as
might be necessary to prevent the Intro
duction of the contagion Into the Hawai
ian Island-, and the United Sates by
animals brought on government transports
He aljo requested the Secretary of the
Treasury to direct that special precautions
be taken on the Pacific coast to prevent
the landing of susceptible animals without
their being turned over to the Department
of Agriculture for qutrantlne under the
supervision of the Bureau of Animal In
dustry. Secretary Wilson has received
replies from Secretary Root and Secretary
Gage Informing him that the desired In
structions have been Issued. '
' Rinderpest Is the great cattle plague of
unemai countries, wnicn nas irequenm
ent over Europe, destroying nearly all
' bovine animals and has attracted special
attention during the past two or three
years by its ravages in Atrica wnere in
manv sections It destroyed from go tog;
percent of all the cattle.
Although Inoculation at last has been so
far efficacious as somewhat to reduce the
losses from this disease, it still remains
one of the most fatal diseases to cattle.
Til 0812 SIX MACHINISTS.
EDITOR EVENING BULLETIN: Ac
cording to your paper asserting that six
machinists had arrived to work In the Ho
nolulu Iron Works a correction should
be made, stating that only three have put
In an anrearaiue. and that thev-are not
desirous of working tor the said lirm since
they have been made acquainted with the
true state ot atlairs. uelore leaving san
l:ranclco thev were Infotmed by K. "icott
that there was no strike nor walk-out on
at the Honolulu Iron Works, and that
they would not be expected to go to work
11 mere were, ne nimseit stating mat, 11
lie were similarly pi iced, he would refrain
After becoming thoroughly acquainted
with the causes of the trouble here, the
new arrivals hive decided to cast In their
lot wltn the Ida lodge 0' machinists and
refrain from woiklng, thereby winning
for themselves the ie-pect and esteem ot
all honorable citizens.
'resident I. A. of M. '
Honolulu, April 6 iom.
Inventor Cots $5,000,000.
Salt Uke (Utah), March 2;.-The
Standard Oil Company has agreed to pay
1 5,ooo,exo far a patent controlled by alt
Lake men. The Invention is a device to
convert petroleuum Into a gas that pro
duces Inters; heat and light at a cost In
finitely smaller than by any other known
f fill US
The Hot.e convened n little Into this
morning and. after a few objections to
the minutes of tho last two days, set
tled down to business.
Mnknln.il reported for tho Commit
tee on I'ubllc Lands on Ilouso bill 30.
rehtlxe to tho sower oystem, recom
mending that the hill V nmeniled n lit
tle. The rates, per annum, were also
Tho report was ordered printed.
The Public Lands Committee report
ed courornlng the alleged fraud In the
Moknlnu-Klpa'hulu roid work, stot
Ing that the only Illegal work done by
the Road Hoaul was the employment
of daj laborers Instead tontrnct work
ers required by law Approved.
The Public Ijinds Committee report
ed (oncoming the Pock noad Improve
ment In Olaa, advising that the neces
sary sum lie grunted. Tabled.
House bill II, relative to the naming
of streets In Honolulu, enme up 'orjglveg
tntrcl reading, i ne vote wns iiiuuii
Robertson Introduced n bill entitled
"An Act to provide for the promulga
tion of laws." Passed first reading.
House bill 12, relating to the num
bering of buildings In Honolulu, camo
up for third reading. The result was:
aes 20, noes 0.
Houo bill 01, relative to the amend
ing of the Penal Laws of 1897, concern
ing leprosy, wns read for the third
Robertson objected to tbo loose
phrnscnloR) of the bill and moved that
It be referred to the Committee on
Public Health. Ills motion was defeated.
When the bill was voted upon, sev-, U(, InolllltC(1. for n, i10c fuW8 the
eial membcis. both Republican and1)a Wf nn(, h(, , ql;lck. ac.
Independent, refused to vote upon Rtvo , nnmn j,ui.i ht, well and
In Its present form. Tbo result was: ig ,,, hpai ,n R()0(, fty)e pia.lnK a
a.v.s IS. noes C. 8,raiy, .lashing gam.
Houe bill .VJ, relative to tho employ-, Rcrrt ,,,,, .,, mor(, brllnant
ment of American cltlz.-ns In tho pub-'tnan , 1(rotheri bm , handicapped
Hi works, came up for third reading. ,)y ,,, ,10rep whcn ,,,,, nof kffp nf.
Robertson moved that the bill l I ,or thp ,a without some guiding He
parsed In Its original form Instead of ( ,g ,,,,,. e,en to m.klejnes and at
amended as It was nt present. Make- tlmes g particularly i,riiant.
kuu snpporteij Robertson, objeillng u Henrj, Damon , annther man who
tht oiuplovmciit of Chinese, etc.. In the ,)nH 1(, ROO(, Iuck t() b ?x.e(jlli:5.
public woiks. 1 ttcl, mniuited. He :s more brilliant
lhnmoluth moved to refer tho bill,,,,,,, charc jm,t. but is erratic and,
hack 10 tho .luillciury M.mmtttee to o",
nn,.Bl.lnn,.l Mitl. ffpnntA lilll Til. ilp.illn;?
wlih the same matter.
nmnioluth's motion was carried.
Tbo third loading of Senate bill 26.
relative to the attachment of personal
piopcity. was deferred until tho Judl-,
clary Committee could report on tho
protests made by the merchants.
Senate bill C. relating to the protec
tion of forests, tamo up for third read
ing. After some discussion the bill
was Indefinitely postponed..
House bill US. fixing the penalties of
pimps, etc. was referred to the Com
mitted on Public Health.
House bill fi!. entitled "An Act to
provide for action nnd damages for
wrongful death," came up for second
Robertson objected to tho title and
moved the bill be referred to the Judl
Clinlhin stated that It was nbout time
that party differences should cease to
exist, and thought that tho Indepen
dents did not know that tho Republi
cans weic trying to help them out.
Knnlho stated that h" was not In tho
Ilouso to lie loci around by the nose by
Robertson but would lely on his own
ability In law.
The bill was filially passed on Its
The Ilouso then went Into recess un
til 2 o'clock.
Catholic Hunter Service.
The Easter piogram at the Catholic
church Is ns follows:
Nino o'lloek Mass.
"Great Is tho Lord" Ilcflly
St. Louis College Choir. '
"Jubllato Deo" Ilaumbach
"Christ the Lord Is Risen" Anon
10: HO Mass St. Louis College Hand.
Processional "l-'estlval" ... IlrepBunt
Interlude "Rnster" Rennet
Andnnto Rcllgloso von Weber
Dro. Francis, leader.
WEST THE PAINTER. DO King St.
Prices reasonable, work guaianteed.
Proposals for Beef Cattle.
OrriCE OP TIIL DOAHD OP HEALTH.
Honolulu, T.H., April 2, 1901
Proposals will be received at the ornce of
the Board of Health up to 12 o'clock noon,
Wednesday, April 10th, 1901, fur supplying
the I.eper Settlement, Molckai, with beef
cattle for the period of six months ending
September 30th, 1901, under the following
conditions, namely :
1. The contractor to supply fat beef
cattle to weigh nut less than 300 lbs., net,
when dressed, In lots averaging about 9'
heads per month, more or less, as may be
specified by the Supeilntendent.
2. The Contractor must specify whet
her he shall deliver the cattle (t) at the
Leper Settlement or (2 f.o.b steamer or (3)
nt the landing specified by the contractor.
Hides, tallow and offal to be the pro
perty of the Board.
The bid must be for the price per pound
dressed weight or per head.
The Board does not bind Itself to accept
the lowest or any proposjl.
J. H. RAYMOND,
President Board of Health.
1804 4Ap 2,3.3,o
; The Whole-Story
in one letter about
(iinnr tii vi)
From Cupt, I. l-oyr, IVIce fitntlon Jio. i
5, Montreal i "We frequently ne IV tun 5
lUvtV I'At'uKtLLKKfor;''tf?i In the$tn- (
nth, rhtumatirtrt. ttfm$t frot lifts tkU
blaiht, t'rritfij, anil fill afntctlni wHch ,
befrt!) mrn In our ptwltl'm. I hats nolicil
Uttnti In my In C that iViivKlLMEn the i
t-ctt rtmtitp ti liAve tiar nt hind.1 J'
Vi Internal! nml Internally I
Two 81ze, SV. nml 30c, bottle.
(i I NMIB
One of the prettiest nnd most ex
citing outdoor games -vhlch has ever
been Introduced Into local Sportdom, Is
polo. When well played, the game
about as Una an exhibition of
I dash, pluck, daring and skill as could
I be desired.
: About two months ago, a polo club
I wns formed among tie locnl young
1 men nnd games were played every
Sunday nfternoon. The greatest trou
ble found was tbo laek of grounds.
The boys ate forced to go to Moann
lua In order to find n suitable place.
Polo Is a game which would become
Immensely popular as It Is full of life
nnd dash, but tho public will not go
four or five miles to see any game
when the transportation faclltles are
so poor and It Is to he hoped grounds
nearer town will bo procured.
I Among the local player. Charley
Judd Is nrobably one of the best. Ho Is
,l0 playing a dashlnc. reckless game,
. . ...... .. .
Is not nlvvns sure of his stroke,
Oeorgc Puller Is a good player but Is
not very well mounted Ho plays ft
13X S. S. SONOMA
We have recieved by the
Sonoma (in the refrinef.Uinc
rooms) from San Francisco,
the follewinj: tid-bits. Give
us your order early as the
supply is very limited.
Fresh Green I'eas
Smoked and Pickled Eels
(Eastern and Ctcktall)
Camembert, Brie, Neufcha
tel, Limburgcr and other
Free deliveries to all parts of the
Itemton HuRdlng, Port 8t.
P. O. Box 386 I'hoi es S2, 24, 92
" Name on Every Piece."
FOK SALB HI'
LEWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
sure, steady game, however, and Is ft
very heavy hitter.
Albert Wntcrhouso Is another lower
of strength In tho local aggregation
and strokes llko ft veteran. He Is not
always sure of his ball, however.
Kred Damon Is n man who plays
with tho dash nnd daring of a vcteran.
lie rides well nnd Is perhaps one of
the most reckless plaets nmong the
This afternoon, tho Oahit Polo Club
will play for the purpose of picking the
team which -111 meet the Mnulltfs on
the 20th. Charley and Oerrltt Tudd
and Henry Damon arc reasonably sure
of positions on tho nil-Island team.
Tho other men are jet to lie picked.
The Maul team Is n collection of
stars and should put up n hot fight
with the locnl aggregation. They are
all heavy hitters and nro well mounted,
but do not piny with the dash nnd reck
lessness of the locnl aggregation.
The Supreme Court this morning re
muiided the Miner divorce suit to the
Circuit Court for further pro, eedlngi
This restores the conjugnl relntlnim of
the Mlncis which have been strained
by long drawn out litigation. Tli'i
matter of the fee of VtunO allowed by
the Circuit Court to Hatch fc Sllllmar
attorneys for the defendant, was tho
leal bono it contention In the Su; icmp
Court. This was cut by a decision of
the Justices to the mn of $1000. Whrn
that point was decided, th eattorneys
for Mrs. Miner filed a confession of
error upon which tho Court sustained
the libelee's exceptions, reversing the
decree of tbo lower couit.
.1. K. Nlssloy nnd wife. U Q. Cnrle
ton nnd 0. K. Fry nro passengers In
the Gaelic touring tho world.
FANCY AND STAPLE
PLEASE GIVE US A CALL
.MILLER STRL'LT. ABOVE
Bilya & YivaS
and Financial Agents
500 Lots in the Kapiolani, Kaiu
lani, Magoon, Kaimulti, Mc-
Cully, Kapahulu, Kapiolani
Park Addition and Piiunul
Lands in This City, Suburbs, and
Island, in Maui and Hawaii,
improved and unimproved.
INVESTORS AND HOME 8EEK
ers will do well to see us be
fore buying elsewhere,
Post Office Lane,
Honolulu, T. H.
SI'LCIALLY FOK CATTLE. NEAR TOWN,
SILVA & VIVAS,
1775-tf POST OFFICE LANE
111! IK 111
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
' LIMITED. i,
;t-f --'f -----f-t-t---f-
Sterling Blue Flame Oil
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In Household and Kitchen Utensils
Ihese ore NEW GOODS and the QUAL
ITY and PRICE will please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NhW 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.
M Bethel Street Household Department.
The most beautiful display
of Easter Millinery SST srfioMS
with lace effects. Bonnets
Tam o'Shanter styles in
Flat Hats and Turbans
L. n el I c h I- r c n c h KlelGlovctt
In white, Mick anJ tinted
shades. Children's sizes
M. E. KILLLEAN
I FOR SALE I
A NEW PONY CART
At a Bargain 1
MERCHANT ST.. BET.
" - -
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 "HONLST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to the
CORNER OF DERETANIA AND
EMMA STS. Telephone, White
3571, where I have In stock the
following goods :
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle plated trimmings;
also wood, zinc lined. .
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet style.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories enameled Iron,
and mirble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Slnki, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers 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
teed. Your Trade is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitar Plumber.
DONE IN CRAYON
Pictures framed In any style.
Framed Pictures for sale.
New Mo .Idlngs for frames
have arrived. (
KING AND ALAPAI STREETS
NEAK IIOSOIUIU STOCK VARDS.
TELfcl'IIONE 869. c
out our old stock of the old
are now offering the latest
Patterns. Call and ex-
Elegant Lace mid
Crepe Gowns I ne
CO., Ltd., Motel St.
SEE IT AT
Sch ii man's Repository!
TORT ANDAUKEA t
sl - l"i" - l' i
DID YOU EVER GET A BETTER
KINO AND tirUltt. STREETS.
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
1200 Lots 1200
The Kapiolani Tract ex-
tends.frorii King street to the
Beach. A rood 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 beopened
between blocks. Every lot
will have a frontage on a
road. The elevation varies
from forty feet high to ten
feet hjgh above sea level.
No swamps around the
premises. JMo freshet will
enter the property. v '
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 . fyi
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 markets
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
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
in Honolulu. (
For teims ormore particu
lars, apply to
S. M. Kanakanui
Surveyor and Manager of
Kapiolani Tract Co.
W. C. Achi & Co.
Real Estate Dealers ani
: . t -nl ,
L.i..i v i'.Xi
j- . $M .