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BULLETIN PUUL1SHINO COMVANV.
WALLACE It. FAIlIHNrJTON ..Editor
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Post Office Doi 713
PI11I. 20. 1901.
History has shown 'hat J. A. XkCan
dless In the legislature Is the leader of
oil attarks on the prove! incompetence
of V. K. RoweU.
Larry Thurston's hog bladder wietder
continues In hnng on the fag end llku
the clown of the circus. Its last effort
at apologizing for endeavoring to keep
Hawaiian-Americans out of the ItepuU
llcan part) Is feeble Indeed.
Now it is said that John 1
slated foi Superintendent
Works. As between McA'anilless and
Ilush, It Is six of one and half a dozen
the other ' Jim lioyl does all the
work mm the head of the department
Honolulu Clks have made a splendid
start lu upholding the national reputa
tion of their order as one of the lead
ing soclul and benevolent organiza
tions This latest addition to the fra
ternal orders of the city enters the Held
with brightest prospects.
The AdcrtlT always did have a
particular Interest In the free lunch
counter. The pap fed to It by Chief
Justice Krear before h called for bids
on the Supreme Court printing con
tract. Is merelj one ol a host of In
stances where government funds have
been devoured with bestial alacrity.
Reposing pe.li cfully in some Sena
torial pigeon hole Is ii bill Introduced
by Senator t'tcll Drown providing for a
Territorial bund Italic not to exceed
J1.9IG.000. If this Legislature Intends
to do anything to carr on the public
work of the Terrllor), It will have to
exert more cncig to '"ring this incus
tire to the from than has thus far Uen
Tom Johnson's anplMtlonb for Dem
ocratic leadership lu 19u on his sluglo
lax and thiee-cent fare platform shows
which way the tide is turning. It was
not so very long "B 'hat even tho
aspiration jvould scne as nuthlng moro
than a laughing stock Now Johnson
Is able to stuush a itepiihlliun majority
of Cleveland. 0. Into smlthcieens, and
when he sets his mark for Presidential
honors the people take him seilously.
Legislators of the old Puritanical
State jf .Massachusetts are endeavor
ing to pass a Jaw piovldlug that citi
zens may heieafter on the Sabbath
day Indulge in "Such quiet and harm-
less games and recreation not othe,
wise forbidden by law, us do not lu
fringe on the public rights or disturb
tho public peace or worship." This
new proposal Is unquestionably lu
keeping with the actuil observance of
the present law. but the appearance
of the words "games" and "recieatlon"
In the statutes '. sufllcient tn cause the
old fathers of tho hamlet to turn Id
The side play on the continuation of
thu (lovernor's appointments Is be
coming one of thu most Intel estlug fea
tures In the closing il'tvi of the legis
lative session. What the inujoi Ity
parly expects to gain by'kontlutied de
lay will be known only when final nc
tlou Is taken and the balunio sheet
gone over Ii seems impossible that
the Independent leaders seriously null
clpiitn that tiny sweeping slute iniiiln by
them will he nciepted bv the (lovernor,
Tho appointments should be dealt with
cm the blond mound of the proved
competence or luioiupeieuie of Ihe olll
cers whom the Governor bus culled tn
positions of tiust. Incompetence
should mil bv uphUil even nl the piIch
of an extension of Ihe leglslutlvo ses
sion, Competent nun ought not to be
turned down lo satisfy the ilemiiud for
daughter nlwuys existing between np
posing political pai'tlis,
Minister Conner's turning, iialdo fiiitii
a discussion of the muiou diplomatic;
affairs In the ill lent to tulk iibnul sumu
of lib uld Mends In Mm iruts loads
towns nf Iowh is hlKhly iluiriii iciimii'
Cf ,lil rc mi political mill nlllt'llil life
i Oil" tin) himll) ImuKliici a ili!uiiiiiilo
rppt'ii'iilul(ii of tt un))iMii imiiiiiy
Iiijiiirriiif his uinversHtlim ulili ln
qiiliN fui Hill rinilih or Tuiu Juntt.
(Jiinui'i' llii oil IcuiIIiih Aincrlrnni. is n
jiuril IiwhimI ibiid wortliiH liunskt iiiiiii
R( llii' iupo, Willi lllt' ieiird for
ill" lluiiiinerli uf nllUbil stutliin ur ()
5a I If" llu Is til liuinu iiiuiMiii Ihu
ili pcuplu mill Hull iiiiviiwu art' his
f Hilt lii'ih lm lnli Hip IhuIImk fun
(ur In ltd' i'tif'iil t'Hi'mrm of ('lit'
I4' HlfHli ItHlbllnii nil Mil I'l'ialll
pml ill limit IimI'I iiiiil slimihlfit Hlmix
W llfUDUll l)lUIHlll' WIlKIHI'l Ml llHt
iiM' It Ihiiivsi i-ummuii mm Hmi
rillN Hi1 lit)' mill litis l iiMuvl
wjilxli llu fuuillif' Imwmi'mI Him I'iiIM
mm ait1 luruiuH uui in huciuim, hih
flBl leiMll HUW HUWll'li'
Whether Kepresentatlvc Hoogs' great
cud good friend .MiOanilfcss oppofs
bis underground electric Ire Olll or
Dot, this measure ought ntior be ul
lowcj to become a Iav.
Honolulu has had sufllclent experi
ence In taxing Its streets ripped up to
arrant legislation that will rail a halt
rather than add to the miserable udl
tlons now existing. Ilctneen th- sett
er c-oniiec-tlons and th Hapld Transit
operations th" cleceni streets of the
City hae lyen reduced to a minimum.
Carriage repairers may view the situa
tion complacently. No one else (an.
The fewer contract demanded that
where excavations ere made. "the road
bed should be returned in its original
condition When this Is not d nc.
the citizens nre told by the experts of
i the Public Works department that It is
Impossible to overcomo the damage
done uy the lateral trenches without
complete reconstruction of the hol
street. And the street remains a cause
way noted for Its lateral gulches
The Hapld Transit franchise requires
flint the rnmnnnv shall keen the street
I for a speclfleil distance on either side of
Its tracks In proper repair. New street
er.i,t.. h.nn 1n i.tnl.llhel nn.l Half!,!
" - .
Transit tracks laid, in many places ,
tnese trncKs loom up move tne aciuai
street lecl. lik-a ...omuai,,
i.i i - ..i.. ii i,.i. ,!.,. ,i,
V lln.l, 1. 1 Transit people have followed or,icrs. '
if nblelThe esults, for hlch the Publle,
OI I liDlIC I '
Works department must stand sponsor ' "" "" - "" -
are streets all but Impassible. """'1 """ ' lth flht tor '"'
Now .onus tl nd-rground electric i Koernorshlp of the State with the seat
wire 1,111 authorizing any company,!0' Sonator KoraIcr a ,hc ncxt, fhlnfc
with ,. ....rin..,i H..,trl,nl ,.nlliI.m,,n. ; He Is also rredltp.1 with an ambition to
to drl- their plows through th. ,
streets, rip up the payment or what-1
ever apology for a pavement may exist
In order to construct underground wire
conduits The bill Is an Infamous one
In that It favors large corporations and
shuts out any small concerns. lS.it
from the strei t standpoint alone II
ought to be killed.
There are now two companies that
could ink advantage of the privileges
Intended to giant the Automobile
company and the Hawaiian Klectrle
company. It Is not IlkeljMhese com
panies will take the same time for
laying their underground inndultr. Re
tweoi these two concerns the stieet
railway companies and the proved in-
competence of the Piihlie Works de
partment, our streets will be nothing
more than rock plica during the life of
th present generation
The construction of m underground I
conduit for all wires is a most com
mi ndable public work, hut it should bo
can led on and controlled by the gov
ernment, giving all electilcal or tele
phone companies a fat" Held and no
favor end allowing the streets a fair
(hance for decent existence.'
This business of turning the streets
over to contending (oiporntlnns lias
gone altogether too far. To make tho
Hoogs bill a law meietv adds Insult to
present Injury that wl'l cojt the city
j thourand of dollars to repair.
The value of life Inaurjuic nan
bi ought out In marked piumlncnic
when the estate of the late Klijjli Kel
logg came before the niurts. Kellogg
was known throughout the United
StntcH as author of a scries of must
popular boys' books and the prrsump-
Hon was that he had sccuied an am
pl financial return. Yet th- balance
hbcet of his estate hIiov.s that his life
,,,.,, ,,,., ,,.,,,, ,,,, b,ltcr tllan
his whole life work us un author. Thu
Mutual Company wns organized lu
IS IH. In 1M1 Mr Kellogg took out a
$.100 policy, i'or years ihe earnings of
the policy more than paid the pie
milium anil on Mr. Kellogg's death his
heirs received $1800 on this Invest
ment. It Uu't often that the most en-
thusluHtlr agents can point tosui.li
evidences of life Insurance values. It
lb also stated that Kellogg's policy Is
nun of the oldest on lecord.
8IIAUCII PUli A HI'ONHOR.
(Joveriior Nueh of Ohio is expel leuc
ine some dillleulty In getting a god
mother for the battleship Ohio. Some
time ago he piolteied the honor .of
bieuklug the bottle of champagne over
the bow of thu ship to Miss Ruth
I In unit, but .Senator Hiinnii positively
declined lo allow her tn accept. Miss
Mury llarher and Miss (Iiucu McKlnley
hcici both cnnsldeied, but It vvub Inti
mated to the Governor that the Piesl
dent, fur obvious i canons, did nut wish
any member of his family to ho select
ed. The dutmlileis of Heniiiur I'oi alter
weie then suggested, hut the 1'oraUeis
lefused to scccpt un honor vvhlih lunl
been declined by so many piuvlously.
Up lu the pieseilt 110 one of Slllllcl'llt
political ur soilul piiimltiiiKo bun been
found willing in siund rpDiisoi for Hid
Ohio, mid the qucmlon Is becoming
alumni us cmii.ii'iiiixluit to (lovei nor
Ninth tin tyiiKli link of maieilnl, us II
wus to Uuvci'iioi llrudley of IvUHiiiliy
IhioiiKh a iiuMt,
MopcIiiiiiIh' AmhiicIiiIIuii AIiiMcchi
At Hie meeting of I lie Men hauls'
Atsoiliillnn yesteiiluy iifleiiniiin', the
i0itillliiil of I'rei) Ten 111 tu iiilvni tlso
llliwull on Hie Mnlliliilid was lulil on tin
t.ililp 'lliein wns ii fsiilng miioiiK III"
IiivhImius iIihi iiHim iduiu linpiiilaiil
nintins ili'iiminloil Hielr hik'UHuii.
Tim lliilH ir hill pi'iiilliiK III Hiii
Hi'iiiiin was dli iissi'il S I'oiiiinlili'u vvllh
piiiHu to I'lnpluy leii'il iiiiiii will
M'i'i HHi.k ol lliv llii'Mi pivuiiii fii'V.
riMl n Hiii liitutH liinn siula In iiiii)'
slllwil lu Dim MIWI ul Hilslliv H'VP-
Mmil. .H"iImhIi, 'lii ini'l HHmmihI
wMti Hiuulllld li lUWIHlltM' lf thru" 10
IVtlw lliv HIHHn Hbl iuW'IMi' II h
HihlliiK ic Ifpl rpqHrmtnfi
TI Nffil AND
Cleveland, O.. April 5. The most re
markable mayotalty fight eier waged
In Cleveland has resulted In the elec
tion of Kormer Congressman Tom L.
Jnhnsnn nn a platform of 3-cent faro
and single tax The campaign was ojicm
of the greattst blttern. during which
Johnson showed himself to be an ideal
campaigner, and at the climax of which
he raused the arrest of the president,
edltor-ln-chlcf and city editor of the
('let eland leader on a rharge of crimi
nal libel, based on the publication of an
ntndatlt of a man who said Johnson
had given him $500.
Johnson overcame a normal Repub
lican majority of 8,000 and 1C0 ptc
clncts out of the is: In the city Indicate
at midnight a majority of 5,200, the
greatest ever given a Democratic may
oralty candidate. Asld? from this tha
Republican ticket If elected.
Three-cent fare won for Johnson,
nni ' """fates that future elections
n 'pr "cs " " 'ougni on .a
street railway qnestlir.i. in the clos-
. . .t -. n- .- ,. .1. I
p - - -.- --
and took the stump, and his speeches
added to Johnson's strength. He said
that 3 rents was enough for a strt car
'"re. Johnson's victory Is of national
..,, f I, I. (.-nun tl.nl ho
" 'r 'rcillent of the United States
on B slnK,c ,ax Platform.
ins prcsc.ni, greai wrjiin, ut iwj, is
all that he wants from the world In the
way of money, and ho has avowed In
his spec he that he Intended to devote
the remainder of his life to the uplift
ing and bettering of humanity with 3
cent fares and single tax.
"Does you want to sec de president of
de road?" queried the colored man
who sat In a chulr at the head of the
"Yes; he's the man lwnnt to sec."
leplled the raller.
" 'limit a pass or sumthln?"
"About buying out the rond for JjO.
oon.o'iu. Can you attend to the business
"I 'spects I could sah. but ills beln'
my tetond day yere an' beln" I alrO
feelln" powerful well, perhaps you'd
better see de piesldent hlsself right
down de hall an' second doah to do
left, sail." Chicago News.
She Don't let people know we aiu
on our honeymoon, dealest.
He Very well. You carry t!: port
Silva & YivaS
and Financial Agents
500 Lots in the Kapiolani, Kaiu
lani, Magoon, Knimuki, .c
Cully, Kapahulu, Kapiolani
Park Addition ami Puunul
Lands in This City Suburbs, and
Island, in .V.aui and Hawaii,
improved and unimproved.
INVESTORS AND HOMIi Hbl:K
ers will do well to see us be
fore buying elsewhere.
Post Office Lane,
Honolulu, T. II.
SPLCIALLY rOH CATTLI:. Nl Alt TOWN,
SILVA A: VIVAS,
1775-tf l-OSTOPIICI I.ANU
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J.fi. HENHIQUES, I'l'OP. .
llorKce Jind CoppIujIch
For Hxcural -iik
to Hie Volcano or Ihe Mountains,
An excellent ili.uice Isoffeted for
8I3H TIIIJ COUNTIJV.
Cirrl.iKes meet the S, S, Mautu l.m nl
K.illii.i and l.ilic them nyerl.ind In llookeii.i
yjl?fe 'i,c !aj2er I'.tncl again.
I'ANCY AND VlAt'l li '
1'I.KABB OIVH UH A CAM.
MMIIUIIIM - I.IIIHH.II.
PACIFIC HABWARE CO.,
Sterling Blue Flame Oil
Unval nnrl Paf. fjpn SippI
VJ l MIIU A UVIII HNIV
In Household and Kitchen Utensils
llR-se ure NEW GOODS and the QUAL
ITY and PRICE will please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NfcW INVOICES TO HAND.
A Urge stock will arrive on the "W. G.
IRWIN" now due.
and a large assortment of useful HOUSE
HOLD UlbNSILS now being opened up.
fm Bethel Street Household Department. IflJ
i -L.W .w r ii r "ifi "i r. i r r- -'i
I yl J V5 W. Jf
If you are looking for something stlish and stnaly
up-to-date in the Vehicle line, call at our Repository, we can
jive you just what you want. To our already large variety we
have added a new shipment of
BASKET SEAT BUGGIES
They are certainly ery Nobby. Come and see them on display.
MERCHANT Sl BET.
9 S no f.l .Mlkit llCIrl tl 11.-. V
klTIIMt.r.ll vial MIICMUill .
a,...., .H..I..H.,,. t nft'JiX A
9 Sole Proprietors-
I " k f l-f K
1 II Mmtsj '"SMIl
m siisimsiii iimibift "t Xrt'Tit a n 1 l- I r A I C 7V
AUckie & C DisrillerlLimifed Islay Glenuvet i Glasgow.
OLDEST - BEST - PUREST
I3Coffs.oli.ltes,r Oo., Ltd.,
SOLE IMPORTCKB. KING HT.. NfiAB UnTIIIX
. IIRHWUI? TrCOnLMIi
. JIMJMMSUlil ' II ll'lJpil "f
AWLVl:um Meat CMl'Z
out our old slock of the old
are now offtring the latest'
Patterns. Call and ex
FORT AND ALAKEA.
i'fjj.: , r-
.. r 1 i I r A I
IIV"I'5 I V V
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 WONK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing buslneo to the
COKNLK Or HLHLTAMA AM)
liMMA STS. Telephone, White
357L where I have In stock the
following goods ;
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle plated trimmings
also wood, 7lnc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
mid Syphon, jet styles, '
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanlrcd and enameled.
I.avatoiles, enameled Iron,
and mirble with nlcltle plated
Wali Trayi, cnaineleo Iron
with wood rover,
Slop Slnl, enameled Iron,
Hot Water llolkrs;niJ Stands
Water I'lre. I'aucels and Trim,
niingi, OalvnnlreJ Iron, Out'
er, Cornices, Stone I'lpe, I In
dubbing I'romi'lly otlnided to,
W'l mid MlrUli fjiuran'
Yoiir radeli Solicited,
JJllS, Noll, Jr., pnlUr" I'lwnUr.
I'Hiillimin luivlim Mwrlor
' 6 WJiUe nuttinz new fixtures in v
your bath-room, at least "f
X AND WAINSCOTING. J
V Design and prices on appU- J
cation to 2
t Lewers & Cooke,
Cj-'rful Attcstloa civra to
AND MERCHANT STS
. . Agescv . .
AH Collections Promptly At
IXJN'T ISUV YOUJ rt'KMTUKLON
Till; INSTAIXMLNT PLAN,
HUT CALL AT THE
AMJSAVL- W' IT VILI. J'AV TOO TO
Nw Goods Reived bj Erery Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
UEKE1ANIAST. NEAR FORT.
I'. ' 10 JJ$. :,w UJJIKLV,
M STOCK ul BOID BBOKEBS
M ARE 1ISDB4KE ACE1TS
kU COIIISSIOE MEECHilTS.
lUfhenYoiI Waijt a Iijjpart of the property by a
HISO UP THK. .
- r. - it -
Livery, Bo2rding and
- JSlft FOItT HTBUJ".
HU'ilo 'Plwne, 77
UcV "Wild 'Mjom. S1U miuJ 7
A-. II HKT.MKA.
FOR BALLAST !I
(White and UlackSand
In Quantities to Suit,,..
EXCAYATIKG - CONTRACTED
CORAL AMD SOIL FOR SALE.
tW Dump Carts furnished by the di
n Hour's Notice,
II. R IIITCHCUCK
Queen St., opp. Unlcn Fed Co, TI.I. ;j
Drays for. Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
iteamers from the Coast t'td we checv
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
WMte, and Bltck EtncJ For Stir
Office with Evening Bulletin, no Kin?
itreet, Tel. W.
W. LARSEN. Vi't,
FRED J. CROSS,
'cmsuHliiK d HupcirlnUiidliiii
I'Jpctrn-iIyilraiillo I'ower Trsusmlsnlcb
HKl'OH'IW ANI WriMATiW
I'lllttliaill!!), , , ,
With (.'mUm-Null (lo ftuesi) street,
Oltluu unit tn 1'ol.v.IIivu, I'iVi
A HfirrlHon Mill Co,
I iisim h-hmhiui pn ,i i Mfs or
Mamifiicliircri of Uoori, tjalit and
'rallies, illllids. MouldlllKSi llrjflttl., and
ill Kln'lsnf Wiwd Word, I'lnlili lnmliiK
TrJ, WliH' i"J J'iiiJliUii
,, a mm 'i'v Ay um,
lasiiiddjussiii imasb .
Tr HyflllllK IIUlNUlli U fuM H
The KapJolani Tract ex
tends iwm King street totbe
Beach. A wt&o feet wide
will be opened on the east
side of the property adjoin
ing the Kamehameha Gf
! School: said road -iJJ 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. Xo freshet -will
enter the property.
There is an otter to buv a
I great manuiaciunng com-
The chances are the
i offer mW bc accepted. There
s 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 thejnarket.
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 tran within two
miles from the center of the
The terms which will he
given to purchasers will he
the host ever given hy any
real estate dealer or broker
during the last twenty yem
In Honolulu, . A '
For lenns or more pauicu-
iirs, apply to
KJpMl I f ($9t
W, C, Aclil & Co,
I'rvl IJi)i lMim M