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EVENING HULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., FRIDAY, APIUL 19, 1801.
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WALLACE 11. FAIUUNOTON ..Editor
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Pott Omce llox 718
APRIL 19, 1901.
If the Legislature 8eks to ha'T Ho
nolulu streets In n slnte of W' rnal
chaos. It will pass tho Hooss electric
Had tho Houso done nothing mora
than pass the County nlll. the victory
for decentrnllratlon Aould be well
worth the price paid for the whole ses
sion. vmiiw Willi rnrreti hn nnrtfH In '
vonng to stir up hit rctUc hamlet ' Hon when, where and what to build In
hinged by the prominence he has thus no given time. He Jumps In his frail'!
far gained, he ought to he President chlsc bill from Knu to Kohnla and Ko
btfore reaching a ripe o'd age. na. For all we know, he might Jump
;rrr on top of Mauna Kea to build bis ten
With the .las of the legislative s.-s- '" I" the Rlven Ave ears time.
Inn growing beautiful!) less, there up-j '" W " ,1,c m',!'c" ,,r"""1 me'l
pears to be little piospect for.onslder-' I rtoiil.1 think It satisfactory to any,
.i . f .!, ,... imnnrmnt one. that work on our part has actu-
measures-to provide levenue. " '-"Run and I. being pushed as fast
" ns possible by our sun c) or, Mr. Wall.
The vote onthe DUpnr bill 1.1,11-1 Oser $10,000 hns already been expended
cot,, that the people will support and a new ,ont. act has been made with
straght temperance hut will not ..kor Wall for a larger amount or the
...,, n.i.hif. n,n.,.,.re. that nr permanent survey, which will be
Mr '" - - -
nothing more than dangerous experi
The wild effort made b) the Gover
nor's organ to keep voters on of Repub
llt.ui ranks will lie edifying literature
for tho President and the Natlonnl
Commlttte It's the old story. If the
nilnorlt) can't rule. It seeks to ruin.
Governor Dole has b'n very tirifor-1
tunate In his stienuoin (Torts :n lm-,
pioe the breed of Hawaii in doss. HUJ
veto having been upet the Gnu mot j
ought no he read) to f.ivir the esiah (
llshment of a Territorial cinlne I enncl.
Mluistei Conger ought to get n sup
pi) of the newspaper li.e.l Jim niter
in. newt .aim- inni m- b.ih s i,uui
had Ijf nn ilrawn quart r"i ni-1 lio'l' l
Jn oil .iv the In .ithen lloe I- isn't
evt-r) man -n In piih'l. life who ?ets
a eh'iiiie to read the obitn.ii cf his
who-' family ns well as Ids own.
'ailing to iare out,
n new destiny foi hlH nation be turns
iiixin his oivn pi son with little more
s.itlsfartor) results Akl)ama ought
to he nlil enough b) this time to know
th.it no man gains s)inpathy or pits
tluf li itbiislng hlinu'lf III order to i
venge the mistakes of others.
The nppeainiKt' of another refill m
lcadei with high iikpl.'atlons herves to
raise the reputation or Hawaii ns a
untir foi upsetting giiwrmiients As
the Chlniff reformers siek to establish
onlei nut of ilintit anil tllrphitt mm del
and rapine with mfei) unci ilneni).
Hawaii will be in nn lftt ashamed of
the reputation H miiv gain li) harbor-
lug the civilizing ugcnii of thu Chinese
When public iillieis devote time to
attempts at levoklng fi.iurhies already i
granted the) waste effi.rt that should I
be exp'-iiiled to more -trnslblo purpose.
After a government has grunted rights
It an only wuik ruin upon all vested
Interests h) snuggling to revoke the
pilvlleges under which bona flde In
vestments have been made. Iloth our
street lallway companies are here to
stay and neither the executive nor legls
latlve brunt lies tan unset their rights
nt the diop of a hat o,' heuiutn some
one with an axe to grind thinks It
ought to be done.
In a fako Interview tho Advertiser
repeats the old lie which the organ ori
ginally manufactured, that National
Committeeman Sewall tollectcd money
for the national tnmpaigu fund, Thn
poison who sa)s Mr Sewall collected a
cent In Hawaii for the Nntlonal Com
mute or took a cent aw i wlthhlm foi !
that purpoMi Is a coiiinum ordlnnry liar. '
Tho statement that Ml. Kewull pulled
down A. V Gear or sought to secure
lilrt wilhdiawal from thn senntorlul
ticket Is such absolute nonsense ns to
make Its sponsor n laughing stuck.
The mtn behind the organ aie In hard
straits whin foil oil to manufnctuiu a
lie and publish It In tho foim of nn In
terview written bv a man on salary
Thcie Is ever) reason why tho Govei.
nor should extend the legislative "ses
sion, mid u very poitlve leusou why lie
won't do It. 'Iho Leglslntino Is now In
good working shape and In tho next
thlity days would undoubtedly do
double the woik attompllslied In
the pret tiling slx.lv On the cither hand
with this additional ilnut the icpicscn
tntlves of the people would so thor
oughly ileieiitiallrt' the i yslem of gov
ernment that public administration
would be taken from th Govirunr and
put In the hands of the people Ry re
fusal tu extend the session the Gov
ernor will he able to spetlfy mensuies
to lie iiiiisldeiiiil In the exlia session
limit tonlluulng Ihe tixetullvn inntrnl,
It Is sufti to say Hint the extui Mission
will not have Its attention tailed In
Ihe Honolulu illy and county hill and
PROMOTER COERPER WRITE8.
Editor Evening Ilullclln: I sco Mr.
Achl .vnnts moro explanation and I be
lieve I can, satisfy his i-nrloslty. It Is a
well Known fact that 1 applied some
tlmo ngo to our Governor, Mr. Dole,
for a franchise and wrs turned down
by the decision of tho Attorney General
E. P. Dote, And It Is nlso well known
that the llllo Railroad Company has a
franchise, for tho wholo of Hawaii.
Now, we should not bo delaied In
our work of surveying which wo began
four months ngo which we do not wish
to have stopped and ivhlch hns not
been stopped so far.
After the decision of (ho Attorney
General 1 concluded to try to make
some nirnngemcnt with tho llllo rail
way com pan to securo the right to
begin construction without delay or
wait for a franchise to bo approved by
.... . . s-.l at... I.a
, I nail also iukpu air. uisuu inn. iil-i
would not Interfere In my affairs. It
was ngreed too. that I would not Inter
fere with his. Thereto-, I had no need
of running to the Legislature for a
"I have nothing whatever against
Mr. Achl's securing a franchise ns long ,
as he deflnes himself to n spccined dls- j
tancc. not leaving It to his own mscre-
Does Mr Achl think we have money
to throw aw a) If wc don't see where It
comes from' Or does he think we do
not intend to build the road at om.e.
There Is no one more anxious to see
the roid run from Kallua and Kelnke
kua bay through Konn and Kan to Hllo
than ! am. And to that cad I nm
working. I nm not working for n
franchise for self promotion or to lay
In n safe, for some mischief sake.
Honolulu. April 19. 1901.
'STRI:i;T8 am the transit.
I Editor Evening nulletin Section 1
I of tho Ranld Transit A t reads, that the
ri)m,nnjr llalI .,j- f()r n the repairs
( (IP Btroets m !,.;, ,nc tamo may
be Itieated. made nttes'ary or advisa
ble by tho conftructlon and operation
of sild railway.
Will tho Supeilntendent Inform us
who Is paying for the work now being
done on l.lllha strett and Hotel street
,;,, nec,.ESflrj. i,. the Introduction of
Transit lines on these
streets. It Is stated that thousands of
dollars will have to be spent to put
these stieets In un)th!i? like tho same
repair the) weie In Lefore the Rapid
AsFessment Company started In to
lay their lines thereon. When nrc thn
repairs going to ho done on Lunalllo
urtet and South street. Neither of
these inadwnys are at present safe to
life or llmli by reason of the lines stlek-
iK nl the air fiom one to two feet,
Can" It be tint the piibl'- life and llmh
5 being endnngeied because McCand-
,w H n chirge of the Public Works
otnee and MtCnndless Illos nro largely
ntt rested In the company? And who
6 i0 pa) for all of iho repairs made
neussaiy Is the company or the gnv-
erniuent going to do these extensive
works' And Echo ansiveis who
Silva & YivaS
and Financial Agents
500 Lots in the Kapiolani, Kaiu
lani, Majjoon, Kaimulii, Mc
Cully, Kapahulu, Kapiolani
Park Addition and Pimnui
Lands in This City, Suburbs, and
Island, in Maui and Hawaii,
improved and unimproved.
INVESTORS AND HOME BfcEK
ers will do well to see us be
fore buying elsewhere.
Post Office Lane,
Honolulu, T. 11.
bl'l CIALLY FOK CATTLI . NLAH TOWN.
SILVA & VIVAS,
1775'tf I'OST OmCL LAM:
Telephone to All Parts of the Island,
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
I. G. HENRIQUKS, PHOP.
iloi'Kes mill Ctirrlue8
For Bxcursi ns
to the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent cIi.iikc Is offered for
snn the countijy.
Carrlagci meet the S, S, Miun i I.04 at
Kallua and take I he in ovetl.uid to lloolteiui
w here the lramer Is met again,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
Sterling Blue Flame Oil
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In Household nnd Kitchen Utensils
Ihese nrc NEW GOODS and the QUAL
ITY and PRICE will please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NbW INVOICES TO HAND.
A large stock
and a largemssortment of useful HOUSE
HOLD UlhNSILS now being opened up.
' Bethel Street Household Department.
:: FOR SALE
A NEW PONY CART
At n Bargain
CALL AND SEE IT AT
MERCHANT ST.. MET
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MACKIE & CDlsnilerS Lim.red ISLAY GuENLIVET & GLASGOW
OLDEST - BEST - PUREST
3EKof,fsolxla,grox' Oo., Ltd.,
HOLE IMPORTERS. KING NT.. NCAR BGTIIEl
C. BREWER JV CO.. Ltd.
(WlMttTERfi Meat CMf :&
out our old stock of the old
are now offering the latest
Patterns. Call and ex
will arrive on the "W. G.
IORT ANDALAKLA I
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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 "HONI.ST VVOHK AT HON-t-ST
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to' the
COKNLK OP RUtbTANIA AND
LMAtA STh. Telephone, White
3571, where I have In stock the
follow Ing goods :
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle plated trimmings;
ala wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet styles
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanised and enameled.
Lavatories enameled Iron,
and limbic with nlckle elated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
ni'iigs, 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.
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
(Continued from page 1.)
to him. That ho hns kept track of
home affairs whllo Involved In tho la-
hors of peace negotiations nt Peking IsJ
evltlencetl liy ins rcmarn inni -uiiin-mlngs
and Sid Foster are scrapping
hnrd for the support of Polk county In
tAo giihcrnatnrlal light and that which
ever gets It will prohahly head the next
rtepuhllcan ticket In Iowa." He was
an acceptable and able member of Con
gress from tho Seventh Iowa District,
preceding J. A. T. Hull, the present
chairman of the Military Committee,
and Is known In the H'wkeye Stnto ns
a plain, level headed, brainy man of the
people. Setting machine politics aside,
Major Conger would never bo per
mitted to rctuin to the Orient to patch
up peace with rival Powers. He would
be chosen by acclamation as Governor,
and no one can foresee the effect of his
appearance, at homo upon the slates
that have been fixed by the bo)s..
Last night Minister Conger mado no
evasive answer to questions concerning
those two months last summer nt Pe
king, when with his wlfrf nnd daughter,
he was cooped up with a guard of ltss
than BOO. surrounded by nn enemy
numbering CO.OOO. Dally expecting
death from mnssnt re. he went forth to
council with tho besieged representa
tives of other Powers, calm and deli
berate, level headed and wise. Amer
icans acquainted with tho events of
those trying clnvs. nre fond to tell, that,
Major Conger Is the only man who
kept his head. Others were moro ready
with opinions, more quick in Judgment,
hut nt the end. none had n finer retold
of decisions unreversed, of conclusions
The siege of Peking !ins left rugged
lines on Hi" face of Minister Conger.
Ills strong features of heroic mold ori
ginally, have the added marks nt trl-
umphnnt power, put to the fullest test
mnl when at the mention of the old
Seventh Dlstrltt. lown. frli lids, his
countcnace was wieathed In smiles,
and he said "I'm nearing home," ho
Indicated nothing but the emotions
of n frank and generous heart. "Well,
well, did you know Tom Anderson?
Is he still postmaster nt Indlnnoln?
What hns heroine of nlll Ilerry; he wnt
rising In the world when I last heard
of him. I guess the governorship In)S
between Cummins and Sid Poster. I'd
take It if thev couldn't find any one
who wants it hut I would not mnke a
contest ngnlnst nny of my old friends.
I will go batk to Peking nfter sixty
days mil help settle the many vexing
"Ily the way. )oung fellow, who Is
Hvun Dow ell that I Lear-has such a
clnth on things down in Warren coun
ty? Dot's he stand In with Jim and
Tom Anderson? What has become of
Judge Henderson, slnte he retlied from
the uemli'' I'm glad of this ehante to
gtt lia-k home and see how things aie
going in inv old b.tlllwlik
"HiiKsln will win thn big money In
this tle.il, but If the Indemnity does not
bieak the buck of China Ameilia will
come In for the biggest lake off In the
end She will make it In Increased
tf wwi nu Waqi a fyp
..TUNG UP THE.
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Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
(18 FOKT 8TKEK1
SUhlo 'Phone, 477
Hck Stand 'Phone, 319 and 71 .
O. H BELLDJA
FOR BALLAST !!
f Whfle anil Black Sand
1 In Quantities to Suit....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
- Dump Carts furnished by the da)
jn Hour's Notice.
H. K HITCHCOCK.
Queen St.. opp. Union Fetd Co. TEL iu)
Drays tor Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast nd we checP
baggagt on all outgoing steamers.
While and Black Sand For Salr
Office with Evening Bulletin, 210 Klnr
vtreet. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEN, M'g'r.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting nd 8nprlntandln
KkKtro-iIj'ilrniillp Power Trauuuilj.il 1
KKPOHTO ANU KflTIMATKH
FOKNIHUUD. . . .
With Lttou-Koll Co., Qusen ttrnet.
OtDco'najt to Vol-, aloe. lfr:
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ISTIUAUl rVKMSHIII ON All MhOi OF
Brick and Stone Work
Manufudiirtrs of Doors, Sadies mid
I'rauirs, IIIImIs, Mouldings. Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Imnlng
(Tel. White 1331. V, 6, llox 5jj.
1200 Lots 1200
The Kapiolani Tract ex
tends from King street to the
Beach. A road 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 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 manufactuiing 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 and a half of
The Government water
pipes are laid along the upper
portion of the property.
The prjees 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
For teims or more particu
lars, apply to
S. M. Kaiicikanui
Surveyor and Manager of
Kapiolani Tract Co.
W. C. Achi & Co.
Keal lintaU Dealers wt