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nVENlNtTBULLETlN1, HONOLULU, II. T., 8ATUIIDAY. APRIL fh 1901.
PtrauoN J. A. Mattmewman
Peterson & Matthcwman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
T.O. Box ))
JmirHour, Main i6
IS KAAIIUMANU SI
GEO. A. DAVIS
GEO. D. GEAR
DAVIS & GEAR
ttterneyt and Counsellors at Law
Boom sol, 20), W2, JuJJ Building.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts., Honolulu
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney and Oounsollor at
OAos: In tho Occidental Hotel,
(Wtnvc of King and Alakoa StrectB,
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
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Srtlltects, Contractors and Builders
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OF ALL KINDS,
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Qonan atrnnt. TTnnnlnro
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it John NottV '3ro, King street, will r
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on all sorts of building.
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75 and 79KlngStre
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By competent workmwiV
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Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Work.
Riclafd Street, fcat, Quarn and Merchant. Honolulu.
Jobbing rronptly atland4 la
Tel. White 11. P. O. Rox 270.
Notice to Property Owners.
Tliave In my employ POUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMUERb from the Coast. I am
now ready to figure on your work at the
lowest prices. My men are Union Men.
Give ine a trial.
C. II. BROWN,
Territory Stables. King St.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin cItcb a complete summary of
Ik netra of the day.
, iurjeons.PtysIclansind Dentists.
H. W. Howard, H. D.
l3 ALAKEA STREET.
o to 12 a. m.;
) to 4 P. m. and
7 to 8 p. m.
Dr. Archibald' N. Sinclair.
TEtE 'HOSES i
OrfiLE, Main, )Sj,
HOURS it A, . TO t. p.i
TO I P. M . TO 8 P. .
SUMMV la-a I. M
P. O. rtox 8oi
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Ileretnnln Street,
to to J
SUNDAY -9 ton
DR. J. T. WAYSON,
445 BERET ANIA ST.
OFFICE HOURS &op;m:0
i6n rLL. Main 146 ,
DR. C. A. PUTURSON
lis rt-octred his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
2- 4 P.M.
1 7- o P.M. 1
"H WALTER HOFFirlANri
JKUETANIA STItEBT (opposite thf
Hawaiian Hotel.) '
Telephone CIO. P. O. Ilox, SOI.
fiairo hours: S to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
n.;T to S p. :n.;Suudays, I to 11 a. m
Dr. F. J. Royner,
Crown and Bridge
HOURS g TO a.
204 UoHton Block.
DIJ, J. M. WHITNBY
has removed his office from the corner
of Hotel and Foit Streets to the
BOSTON BLOCK, FORT STREET.
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HOL'RS S:jo to 5. TEL. MAIN 277
DR. ALKBRT E. NICHOLS
1 12) Alskei Street, next to Masonic
Office Hours g to 4
, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
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Love Building, Fort Street.
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 434.
Dr. W. G. Rogers
UYli, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
New Special Treatment for Deafness
No charge for consultations.
OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.C.A.
HOURS Q to 12-2 to 4:10-7 to 8.
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talk to you about them. If you ought
ti wear glasses, we will tell you so,
and why. It you do not need glasses,
we will tell you that. You can have
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ceive full Information.
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CSTI HATES rVRMSMEIl ON All KINDS OF
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Alouldlngs, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
KAWAIAHAO ST., KEWALO,
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JAMES T. TAYLOR,
M.Am.Soc. C. B.
306 Judd Block. Tola. 681.
Honolulu Iron Works Ci
Improved and modern SUQAU MA
CHINERY ot every capacity and d
scriptlon made to order. Boiler worl
and RIVETED PIPES tor lrrlgatloi
purposes a specialty. Particular attes
Hon paid to JOB WORK, and rcpaln
executed at shortest notlf.
l. PHILLIPS to GO
Wholesale Importers and Jobbeil
'oroptin ind Anuricsn D'y aoeti
go t and Qnten Httt-jti.
IL HAOKFELD 00., Lt
iERERAL COMMISSION A0EB
'or. Fork an J Qaeen Street! Houolw
FAILS TO APPEAR AGAINST
Board of Health Discusses
Camp No. 2 Again
and Amends a
Thn'mrMlnr- nf thn 1tnftl-,1 nf ITnnllli
jctay nfteruoon, lor the ptirposo
i or hearing evidence In the charges
lodKed by Mnnncl Souaa ngnlnst Saul
tary Inspector Vlvlschaxes, was not at
tended by cither Soma, his attorney A.
O. Correft, or any of his wltnosspa
Vlvlschavcs was therctore acquitted by
default and will pursue the even tenor
of his way In the nbntcnicnt of nui
sances In the llKht of the favor nnd thn
full confidence of nil members of ths
President Ilnymond called the atten
tion of the members of the Hoard to
the fact that the Rrant of permission to
open Relief Camp No. 2. at the meetlm? nrp nlso Important subjects which
Wednesday, would violate regulation j will soon bo taken up. Action on
10, which prohibits the running of t"o nmtters hns been greatly fetter
...... ... .i- 1.,... v.,.. ........ ti. ed by tho amendment which Scnntor
waste water Into Ntu.imi stream. Tho ,.,'. ,, ,,. ,n nrmv i.mi ....tiif,..
waste water from the i.dlef earnp flows
la.. -. I II. .1. .!. - it. tl '
iniu it Biiiiiii iiiicu win tu tMiijiiiL's liiuiiinu aiiuiurji) k-ii uj si. mi. mviu
the stream. The qiiostlon wn nettled where the Intercuts of tho IhIaiuU will
so far as the Relief Camp Is concerned I ''Lfi" VAZl
by an Instruction given to Inspector trntlon nnd by tho now civil govern
Hemenwny. to hac 1 plpo comcy tho'ment to p'lt tho Philippines upon tho
sewnge from tho camp Into the stream I
., ,. ., ., ,.
I would enter the stre.ua at a point
I whero the tide ebbs and flows, no dan
ger to health would eii'iie.
Regulation 19 wai then amended on
motion of Attorney Oencral Dole, to
prohibit the discharge of sewage Into
Nuuanii stream "except whero It ap-
pears, that tho public health will not
bo endangered thereby. "
Inspector llemenwuy was Instructed
to arrest and mnko a test case of a
certain Chinaman who ,ierslsts In vio
lating the "light nnd nlr" regulation
In tho construction of his buildings.
Wnbhlngton, March 29. The.cr band. Ho tnkes his capturo pby-
enpturo of Aguinaldo Is generally re- losophlcnlly. Ho Is generally cheer
gaided nt tho War Depaitment ami '! '" sometimes moody. His
by Administration leaders as putting j health during tho past year has been
an end to organized rebellion against . very good It Is uncertain what nU.
the United States In tho Philippines, tudo ho will now nssume. Certain
The question Is soon likely to )0
taken up whether the control of bust
ness In the dependencies shall not bo
bl ought under tho head of n single
depnitmcnt, equipped with experts
capable of giving Intelligent study1
nnd their entire tlmo to reforms In
the administration, tho finances, tho
monetary system and tho Judiciary
of all tho Islands acquired from
Spain. This work Is now scattered
among several Independent heads,
without being tho exclusive work of
Secretnry Hoot Is giving n great
amount of attention to the progress
of the military campaign In the Phil
ippines , under tho War Depaitment
ami at the samo time Is studying
measures to Improve tho civil condi
tion of tho Islnnds. He also has prac
tical charge of Cuba, whllo tho Ameri
can occupation continues
Thorn ni-n eni-nrnl vnrv Imnnrlnnt
subjects lii relation to tho Philippines
which have been held In alicynnen
pending to tho restoration of orderly
Somo of them almost 'Ii'n f General and Mrs. Ft nston on
legislation by Con-H'' Cnllereal, In tho Biiburb of I.r
to bo settled In n pcr-lnlltn' Tm' Kencrnl modestly declined
gross In order to lio settled In n pe
mnncnt nnd satisfactory manner, but
It Is tho Intention of tho Administra
tion to tnko tho best action posslblo
under tho blanket nuthortty conferred
by tho Spooner amendment to tho
army appropriation bill. One of theso
mntters Is tho reform of tho coinage,
wlilrh is causing no end of disturb
ances In Manila. Tho supply of silver
In tho country began to disappear
when largo amounts of money wcro
required for tho operation of tho Unit
ed States forces of tho powers In
China. The result wns to ralso tho
Mexican sliver dollars, forming tho
bulk of tho currency, to n higher vnluo
than that assigned them In American
, RE YOU DEAF??
' -ry kind of dm fun. and iltnif till Iifiir-
mi if 4'tirril i x our rn'w nr nttuin nnlr
(i ivh'tr bowii iMirn mar nro Incurable NuUf
' rarrt'itMftvi oiir. htrl t.r(lrulnriititHiU
p V iimi t 'i.in unit fttlrlou fi. llTirr
in oin1 Itniifu if u III- own liuruo at vury
"R.'fikTnrj's aural clinic,
'" ii i. it .1 r s a.
Henry H. Williams,
The Progressive Undertaker
of Honolulu with the
The very Litest methods em
ployed In caring for the dead.
A lull stock of the best and
iip-to-d.ite undertaking goods
Office, 1146 1148 Fort St., Love Building.
Phone Main 04. Phone nnd Nlht Call, White 3811
Risldence 1375 Fort3t, bslow Vineyard.
For catlnfr.drlnklnc;, and cooking.
rrsc, tt uciors, stmuitor
MVIV BtUR & CO UO.
finikfut Cocoa, 1 S lb. I1b.
!Ukr'a CliMol.l. fnn.wo.tn,adt, t 9 lb. cIim.
0.ra.a SwMt CbocoUt., 14 lb. cakM.
oa aLi tr liAmi.a aacona.
Walton Bakof & Oo. Ltd.
Sorthcitcr, Miu U. S. A.
gold nnd to cnuso their free exporta
tion, ncnlnKt tho protests of tho- army
unlearn nnd sonny of the members of
tho Tnft Commission.
Tho Brant of franchises for tho do
volopment of tho resources of tho Isl-
nnitu nnil tin. rnnatrnrtlnti nf rnllwnVR
nR BUP, franchisee, after n year, but
al la.. .-!..- .. -..-. 1.a
basis of other civilized countries.
Tho Administration will endeavor
to collect data before tho opening of
nnother session of Congress which
will explain all tho legislation requir
ed. Expert ndvlco Is likely to bo
sought, which will cnnblo Congress to
act promptly nnd cfTlclontly when
such matters nro finally taken up.
Aguinaldo or Funston
Not Talking of Deeds
Manila. March 29. Aguinaldo Is
now detained In a comfortnblo room
In n wing of tho Mnlncanan palaces.
Ho is In chorgo of Captain Benjamin
II. ltnndolph nnd Lieutenant Gilbert
A. Youngbeig of Ilnttery O, Third
When Agulnnldo was captured ho
wore n plain dark blilo suit, with tho
coat closely buttoned nt tho throat,
and n wldo whlto helmet with n lontli-
jvlsltoiH aro permuted to sec Aguinai
lo. but newspaper Interviews with the
prisoner nro not allowed.
Sinco Aguinaldo hns been domiciled
at tho Malacannn palace persons not
provided with special permits tiavo
denied admission to tho grounds. Oen
cral Trias, tho commander ot the In
surgent forces In Southern Luzon,
recently sunendered to tho American
authorities, visited Agulnnldo and told
tho latter why ho surrendered. Trias
said thnt a (ontlnunncc or armed op.
poult km to tho United States was un'
Justlllnblo nnd ruinous; that tho Inde
pendence of tho Philippines wns Im
possible nnd thnt tho Philippines
would better accept liberty, prosper
ity nnd progress under American rule.
Tho capture of Agulnnldo. following
tho surrender or Gcncrnl Trias, will
probably occasion tho surrender of
the insurgent leader Malnvar. in Ha
tallgns province, I.UZOn! llcllarmlno.
' ninny iiiuviiii-u, uuoin, i
t' '"lnl"1 o! Snmar. wl hln n
.month. Mnny peoplo visited tho real-
lo iniK, .Airs, runsiou wns i'yihciiiijt
tho happiest woman In tho Philippine
General Funston has been recom
mended for tho highest prnctlcablo
reward. It Is believed hero that ho
will recelvo an appointment ns Drl
mdler General In tho regular army.
TO CURE A UOLU IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Iiromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money It It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
la on each box. 23 cents.
The Ministerial Union of Honolulu
has at n meeting yesterday approved
a memorial to tho Senate In behalf of
tho DlBpensary lilll. Tlie paper was
drawn up by a committee consisting of
W. I). Westervclt, W. M. Klncnld, G.
L. Pearson, Theo. Richards nnd A. H.
Cory. An extended argument In favor
of the bill Is presented.
taw - &m
OF THE MANCHURIAN ROW
Germany Seems to Have a Bismarck
ian Secret-Japan Makes Them
Thoughtful-Scope of Anglo
Now York. March 29. - A dispatch
to tho Tribune from London says:
There Is the usual Chinese medley In
the dispatches fiom Peking, St. Pe'
tersburg, Berlin and Washington. A
positive assertion from Russian
souices that the Manchuria conven
Hon has been signed Is met with equal
ly explicit statements that England
hns piotcsted ngalnst It and that tho
Chlneso Government has deferred ac
tion, owing to nppeals from tho Vlco
toys of Wu Chang nnd Nnnklng and
protests from Japan nnd other powers.
Lord Crnnborno' nilmltted In the
House of Commons that he did not
know whether the agreement had
been nccepted or rejected, lt Is a
tangled skein of diplomacy and tho
tlrst knot thnt needs to bo unravelled
Is tho real scopo of tho Anglo German
agreement. This compact has not
been repudiated, but the two partners
ImVo clearly been playing nt cross
purposes nnd with demoralizing effect
As fnr ns tho Yang Tse Viceroys aro
concerned, theso Viceroys who hnd
pifvented n revolution In Central
China wcro protesting against the sur
render of Mnnchuila to Russia by tho
Manchu party of reaction. Count von
lluelow paralyzed their action when
he declared tuat Mnnchuila wns put'
side tho scopo of tho Anglo German
agreement, for ho vlttuntly licensed
Russia to enforce nnd proclaim the
provisions of tho Manchuria conven
tion. Lord Crnnborne hns been
lircnklng tho forco of this re
velation by contradiction and evasions
which leave n final Impression that
the two partners are not In nccord
respedlng tho policy which should
bo ndopted toward Russia.
The action of Japan in Interpreting
In n natural wny tho scopo of tho con
vention and tho dangers to which tho
Yang Tso Viceroys may bo" exposed
from icsentment of the Manchu dy
nasty may warn tho western powers
that strenuous opposition must bo
offered to the Russian plan of cam
paign. Diplomatists explain tho sit
ttiallon ns n lesult of the German re
version to Illsmnrck traditions. Bis
marck always contrived to hnvo n
secret understanding with Russia,
whatever might bo his relations or ul-
llnnces with other powers. The Gor
man Empeinr has made an agreement
with England, whom Bismarck never
regarded as a natural ally. Ho has
suddenly honored the traditions f
lllrmaick dlplomaev by disclaiming
nnv Interference with Russian de
signs In Mnnchuila. The diplomatic
lew Is that this result Is duo either
to tho necessity of conciliating tho
nntl-Kngll3h prejudice In Germany or
to the expediency of winning Russian
support to tho Indemnity proposals or
other points concerning widen tno con
cert Is now divided.
Members of Parliament aro en'
rournged by tho outspoken leaders In
tho Times and nre hoping that the
Government will pull Itself together
nnd condemn strongly Russian In
trlgues ngalnst tho Integrity of China.
This would Involve cmplintlc repu II
ntlon of Count von lluelow s nnnounce
ment that tho Ancln-Gcriir.i agree
ment excludes Mniuhtirin nn tho
ndoptlon of tho literal Interpretation
of that convention placed I'pon It liy
Encllsh complaints aro heard that
the American (lot eminent Is Inactlvo
and feeble In the China question,
These strictures will tome with better
grnro when It Is apparent that tho
AngloGermnn agreement Is not a
c ov. r for tho Russlau conquest of
Northern China and that tho
British Government Is bent upon sup
porting tho best of tho Ynng-Tso
Viceroy.., Instend of condoning tho
plots of tho worst and most reaction
ary Mnnchurlnn Intrigues.
Toklo, March 29. The newspapers
hero say It Is proposed to relievo tho
Japanese troops In tho Chlneso pro
vince of Po Chill liv n force fifty per
cent stronger. Although May Is the
usual month In which tho relief of tho
forco nt Seoul takes place, tho relief
of tho troops there will take place Im
mediately. Threo ofilcers of the
headquarters staff will also proceed
to Korea. These movements with
tho Inactivity nt the nisennls Is taken
to point to tho adoption of a strong
policy by Japan.
.Dr. I'lorceS lllec
Awa witltD'uss' Insi
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