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EVENING nULLETlN, HONOLCLU, H. T, TUESDAY, APIUI. 30, 1901.
Pafcllshcd Every Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Ptreet, Honolulu,
T.'of II., by the
ITJLLETIN rUHLlSlilNQ COMt'ANV.
WALLACE n, PAItltlNOTON ..Editor
Kntered at the Post Office at Hono
lulu as eecond class matter
Per month, nn where In U S. . .! .75
T.r j ear S.CO
tn year, postpaid, foreign 13 00
Payable Invariably In advan-e.
Post Ofllcc llox
iPllIL I" 1101
PROVE THE CIIAHOII.
Governor Dole Is plajlng the t'tnny
man Hi publishes In his olPcla) or
gat, tnt Advertiser nn ev.ctidid donliil
lit an lnfivievv publishol b) this paper
In the course o( which was detailed the
Ouvernor's charRe that niunot'ri vt th
Legislature hae i.."i pa. 1 hrllies.
.Mi. Dole now sajs thai he said this
1 r nted that I had iiv. Ivod lliformn
tlon which I lould ri'-t 'cnor? tint biib
er was extant In the Ufalflutiirr, ti'd
that this leiihon w i autre lnt In trelf
fur m refueil to i in: t'a lUmsInn
In other wmds the Q j einor cfiaigol
and now chnrgis that mmb i,f the
Legislature have accept 1 rib-i I hii
was the fail publish"!! hj the nullum
As to the truth of ihe .. I bs hn ilov
ernor is fiee tu flKbt It oil with mem
bers of the. coinmiitie who lalleU up. n
him and vvhoe i.ilcmnt the Bulletin
'Ihe dutv still rest v lib the CiOver
nor to prove his iharf;ei
Ho owts It firm to the people whose
reprcsintntles he poltlvel asserts
have bien untrue to their trtif.tn. line
und thill public positions to feather
theli own nests have l en wuri than
tblevts. who havu been bribed, who I nlcl)J ,, n gu.Pan0l) m i ibllc
havu nttepltil bilb s and thtitb
laced themsehih on the lowest plane
of oHIclal and pirsonal degradation
He owes It to himself since no pei
lon occupving the honorable position
of Governor of an Amerlian TWrltoiy
EhuiiM allow himself In his official
rnpailtj to state or allow his aitlcu
lo be mild Iiv heamav, the luesponsl
ble koviIii of thu strut tornir or tho
Implications lit loose to cast dlsieputo I sonnll V O Smith Is woithy nf a
uettrr i aiise roimcaiiv vv. u, annul
SMITH TO Tlltf RESCUE.
William O. Smith, h member of Ktho
minority political syndlcato that speaks
through tho Advertiser and control!
tho action of the Go ernor, appeals for
fi.cts In connection with tho statement
by tho lJullcttn that
"The Gov ernor must assume tho,
responsibility for tho present legis
late blockade beciuo, tho major
ity and minority parties having
flnalll) reached a bails of undcr
ttnndliiK on which they can work
and nccompllh something, he
plants his foot In the midst of thli
short era of accomplishment and
refuses to allow li to continue "
To one who has honestly followed
Ihe course nf the Legislature with n
view to treating the action of ronti till
ing factions with a reasonable degreo
of fairness, the fact Is co aprirent that
he who runs may read.
The early dn or during moro than
half the Icglslatle period of sixty dajs
the legislators wasted time and con
senuenth money In political wrnngllng
rnd petty bliKerlng The mijoilty
party must of neccssit bear the re
tponslblllty for thnt condition since
It had the otes to shut off discussion
Rnd endless debate.
The fact ncerthcle remains that
during the Inst few weel.s of the sis-j
slon, the legislative memueis "got
down to buslniss" Their sessions
were as free from blockading tactic ,
except such as were forced upon tl em
bv the antagonisms of the Governor j
nr an American legislature oci is.
The membeis took up and pissed Im
portant legislation They weio ready
to act upon the revenue nrts and tho
appinprlallnn bill until the Governor,
acting on the mix Ice nf such men as
W O Smith 1. A Thurston nnd A 3
Hartwell, who seek to seuuro nn
intendment to that section of the Or
ganic Act granting manhood sltffrnge.
refused to extend the session and
thereby sought to force the responsi
bility for dilays upon the legislature.
Fiirthermiito, the Gov ernor by and
rlth the advice of his dictators charged
the Legislature with aiccptlng bribe
A chnrge that ho Is thus far unable In
prove, and until It Is proved will re
main n blot and u stain only upon the
good name of the man or men glv Ing It
W. O Smith Ins Indeed bad con
sidnnble legislative and ndnilnlstrntlvn
expel lnre In llnwall under n moil-
nnd ever Instance In these inpulllel
lias he shown himself domineering nnd
tllctitoihl and an earnest nnd ardent
ndvotatc of the centralization of ex
ouittve power whlih Is opposed to
cver temt of Ameilcin faith As nil
apologist for and an advocate of the
rontlmiiince of such un-Ameilcan poli
ties he again conn l before the people
He lomt s to the asxlstnnro of tho Gov
einor In attacking the lntegrllj of the
representatives of the people. Per-
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
-f 4 - -v -f -f -f ;
Sterling Blue Flame Oil Stoves
Hnxing 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 nnd Kitchen Utensils
lliese nre NKVV GOODS and the QUAL
ITY and PRICK will please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NbW INVOICES TO HAND.
A Inrge stock will arrive on the "W. G.
IRWIN" now due.
and a large assortment of useful HOUSE
HOLD UfhNSILS now being opened up.
Silva & YiyaS
and Financial Agents
500 Lots in the Kapiolani, Kaiu
lanl, Magoon, Kaimuki, Mc
Cully, Kapahuju, Kapiolani
I'nrk Addition and Piuinul
Lands in This City, Suburbs, and
Island, in Maul and Hawaii,
improved and unimproved.
INVESTORS AND HOME SEEK
ers will do well to see us be
fore buying elsewhere.
Post Office Lane,
Honolulu, T. )!.
bPLCIALLY ("OR CATTLfc. NEAR TOWN,
SILVA & VIVAS,
1 77tf POST OFriLP LANE
J2 Bethel Street Household Department.
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
upon the names of nun against whom a
personal grudge may hi hild I
Sanford li. Dole as Governoi uf tho
lirrltorj ot Hawaii must pi ore this
ihaige or tlsc should.-t upon Ills own
iharacUi ull thoso dispUablc trails
that (luster about the eison and
luithods of the lirlliu and the biibid.
The iltarse of brlbeij, the Unerkan
people do not acieit as uie of the iib.ial
unlmporinnt fiatuies ot political war
fare. .Meinbus of the Legislature dol
Bhows that he has et to learu that In
av Anurlcnn Territory In nn American
Stale, In the American nation the peo
The suitlinent of the great ma-
Jot Ity of thu Intelligent people of
thise Islands has been nnd Is In
favot of hum st and cfllclent nd
inlnlstiutlon of public aHalm W.
O Smith .
'I rue, tin Ice tine and jet again true
That Is the n ason vvh tho sentiment
o. the gnat majority londemned thai
If you are looking for something stylish and strictly
up-to-chite in the Vehicle line, call at our Repository, we cm
give you just what ou want. To our already large variety we
have added .1 new shipment of
BASKET SEAT BUGGIES
Thej are certainly very Nobby. Come and see them on dixplay.
MERCHANT ST., BET. FORT AND ALAKEA.
not so auept It. Ihe ptople do nut action oi i-usiciini unia in uiaiuK
ku auept It Once made such a slur !'L l"'b1 t'CVn V A "T
' i no law to prevent It to send A S
must be tarried to the ind tlthir irov- , ., , . washlimton nomlnalls to
ed or dlsptolcd Thu Governor hm
l.iKm the Initiative He must go foi
vard lie lannot sneak out of It with
out bilnglng upon himself and Presi
dent .McKlnle) who iippolutid him,
Ignonilnv and sliame.
li oof or, falling proof, an apologj
One or the other, the Gov ei nor must
ptodtue If he has anv legiitd for
cleieni), self-respeit, hontst manhood
Or the welfare of the cople.
'Ihe Advcitlscr Informs the public
that Its coterie ot follovveis, time mm
und one hoy, have corralled all thu in
telligence, honeBty, petsoiial Integilty
and kindred attributes to which thu
city of Honolulu and tl.e 'Itirltorj ol
Hnvvall can lay ilaltn When a man
ot men teach that state of mind where
thej arc convinced nnrt endeavor to
inaka the peoplo think that thej ate
the onl) ones on earth possisblug
lioiubtj of ilmactcr and highest degieu
of Intelligence, thej jhould be listened
to with duo atlt ntlon but never
tt listed 'Ihe) aiu dishonest. If the
nie not brilliant enough to Know It,
so much tho woise fot them.
"Ihe list of theso disappointed
logins Is long, the ll.t of thow yet
to be disappointed Is longet for
besides the mere soIiIUib of fottuno
vvn shall while llnvvull is a lenl
loi, hove to deal with piofisslon
al ollke-holdi'is whom the 1'ideral
Government will shunt this way to
get rid of them Advertiser.
'Ibis sweet moisel comes fiom tha
Governors olllelul oigiiti Noto what
,i high digrco of honor nnd leapt it It
voices fot the rcdci.il Government,
fiom the hind of wlii'li, Win. MiKln
le). (loviinor Dole teiclvoj his appointment.
act us ' unolHiliil delegate nut actu-
nil) to further Mr Dole's personal
theories and ambitions Tint
is tlm leason vvh) the peoplo condemn,
the action of Gov ei nor Dole In sending
J r liiown to Washington, at the,
public expense, to net as n lobb)ist and '
Inlliiinco If possible legislation in ton ,
neetlon with the Territorial act passed'
b) Congress. Such nets are not faiton
of either honest or efficient adnilnlstr.T
"During tho tioubled times that
folluwcd until annexation, the posi
tion of those who were willing to
bo In office was rn) thing but
enviable. They had to lu) aside
all icgard for personal enso and
comfort, and not Infreeiuentl) of
personal safety" A R. Hartwell.
A, S. Hartwell alwavs thinks of per
sonal safety In times of strife. Was
this tho reason for his ardently advo
cating that Hawaii declare for neu
trality during tho Spanlsh-Amerlian
war As to public olT.ee, wo have
no doubt that A. S. Hartwell wept rial
genuinely sad tears when he drew on
the public funds to tho extent of about
$S.000 or $9,000 for his trip to Wash
ington us the special npent, unofficial
e'e legate, etc., etc , etc , foi "President"
i , . VI
ALL thl f AJrM pM turn IDlIfBUKQH
M LUKDvVt of Mtitf placa tb(r mJ
ll Urn rrpalr I tb 'WHITE HUMS
CELLAR' la KDINaDROH. wfakb iUm Uif majr
U rwll ! 01AOK COAtU tvj llOBDtr kd
rtlBlT wk ptrttmnt tha wbola Mri.f lu mUght
tUjra fit 04 rMiulaa4 atw fartfc l tit a Um
Altewlaf wk faMMfw II Bttda arlU, u
A abova, pgawa par ujuad.
MACK IE A COr DISTILLERS LTD.,
ULXXU OF UUir a-4 OLEJILIVftT.
To be had Everywhere.
Your phvsklan va 111
readily Indorse It,
bcause it Is the
OLDEST, BEST, PUREST
In the market.
The Pioneer Wine and Llqunr
House of Honolulu,
KING ST., NEAR BETHEL.
Sand Soap equal to Sapolio, 6 for 25c
Washing Soaps-good and dry, 7 for 25
Borax- - - - 6 cakes for 25c
Take notice and buy now.
Come and see cur window.
Salter & Waity
One 75 horse-power BabcocU &
Wilcox water tube boiler, com
plete, with staclc, smoke connec
tions, damper, etc., etc. New.)
One Self Sustained Steel Stack,
133 Inilies In diameter at bae, yj
lnche in diameter at top, 125 lect
Also on hand a large stoik of
Small Pumps for all services.
Talking of corruption. Unconfirmed
Sipetliit'ndcnt ot Public Works Mc
t'andlcss secured support for his tin
uidoisul iidmlnlstintlon by ordering
that all Job pilntlng bo sent to tho offi
cial organ and Its echo. Such support
U expensive tit any urlu. It Is clearly
uppateut. howovtr, that tho olllelul or
gans 1110 bought up
Amerlian sallois nie today obtain
ing In Hawaii what tin) vverv never
able tu obtain till the advent of Ju.lb
'Ihe Ibpaitnient of Piiblli
WoikH In toirupt li'iiul. mlKlit bo
inailo a povvetful eiiKine of polltluil
gain and ludlvlduil plundti It
was so used iindir iio niiiimich).
riipilloi Ihuistoil ouiht to know.
I'lidoi the iniuiiiiihy II" h' Id ill" l'"l
l,un ol MlnUmu of thu liiluilni hli h
was lliu kuiiix ulllio us Um pi eii nt Hie
l 1 Inli mil in at Piibllit Winks I'ur
I Iibi Millie Ml 'I Illusion us kiiknl
nut uf ulllit by 11 volii of vv tint or mil'
UttVlliK liuiliHil I'lfsldMlt MiKlllIu)
li jiiiltlliHl dcffUl ua Hi" lint PIII'IlM
uf liU uppoiiiimtiii ms iluviruoi nf Uw
Twill oi of HiiaiiII IIuuiiii;i llolu
llW lUMMIII till' I'lVUlllllll with tt
ItKlslallvo lilinkude I owl) 1111 IIT
VJlUI liliiie elm . ii I' f)iilll IWUN
III tmivlllMV him iUm III" ili "I
iiiVll 'uoi mi Aiumi gii Uovtuiiwi
Pound MnRter's Notice
Notice Is hereby Riven, that the animals
described below luvesbien Impounded In
Ihe Government Pound at Malilki, Kona,
Island of Oalu, and unless the pound fees
and dainagei are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date liereuiiJeriuined, accord
InutuUwi AI'KII. 4. 1'pl- I S irrl Mire and vnunK
mule, nitire brjnjej ''A I" en left hind
je I!, vvlille itrvali on (onhrad,
AI'KII 4, nl 1 Ihv Mare, branl lii.
demerit) ihle, while iput u;i (iirchejd. both
font and lllnd lrK ttlmr iJ vlack ret
pedlvrly, AI'KII 4i I'ji -1 Ill4ik Done, hMiiJrd
"II" on light hind be, vUille lio oi'
lunlifij, Mil I1I11J li! While
Allovvnrri nfllie above drsctlM nub
mill are lierrhy indllird lu I will ll
llitniiil imiillc aiidlnii on Silunhy, Mav
II, ml, at u in , If iibl iMlldJ for bcfuit
1 1 87 t I'uunJ AUvIrr,
Don't you know tli.it impure water Is one of the treated foes
to good health ? How important, then, that your drinking water
should be absolutely pure. All the ills due to impure water can
be avoided and good health insured by the use of a
Every house, hotel, restaurant and store should have one
ssihout delay. The Pasteur filter is aeknovv ledged the best by the
leading scientists and physicians of the world.
See it in the window
And-note the dilfireiKv bet.veen pure and impure water.
Henry R. Worthington
and Fort Streets.
P. O. llox 101
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
A. R. HANCOCK &
8 1 fi Port Street
Stunning Trimmed Hats
rhr 1. h CII I BAN'S CO's lists have beuime
fainuiK through their nuirt stvlrs, the elegant niv
tirl.ili Hut ,1 eak n uirj on them, through Iheh
ikcmliiiciie and ihrirrvlraardliutlly low price,
A Kittle Glove Tulle
The lilting oMItr InnJ iian in -an auomi lUhinrni our lalffpecple
have niHtiud, KeKirilHik' lh dluvi llwinn-lyr (li betl qii ririli
iiitnoi I'ritrr, auJ in prKti rriitriilliiKnnim,li Klovr value are rwr
iiuule) rcwlifr in llonululu,
III li M, , KlU.liAN CO,, Ltd,, Motel Ht.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HONLbT WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing buslneis to the
CORNLR Ol- BhRLTAMA AD
hMMA STb. Telephone, White
j 571, where I have In Mck the
follow Ing 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
galvanUed and enameled.
Lavatories enameled Iron,
and mirble with nlckle plated
Wash Trajs, enameled Iron
with wood cover,
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water I'lre, Faucets and Trim
nrno, GalvanlzeJ Iran, Gut
ttr!, Cornices, Stone Pipe, fin
Jobbing Promptly ntlcnJed to,
Work anJ AUltrUlt (iii.irmi-
Your I rade l bollrlled,
1200 Lots 1200
. . fjii . . .
The Kapiolani Tract ex
tends fiom King street to the
Beach. A road 60 feet wide
will be opened on the east
side of the property adjoin
ing the Kamehameha Gills'
School; said road will ex
tend to the sea.
Cross-roads will beopened
between blocks. Eveivlot
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 fieshet will
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
er 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
poition 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 yeais
For terms or moie particu
lais, apply to
S. M. Kanakanui
JaS, Noll, Jr., Saullar- 1'lumber.
Taliu 11 ildu on Um I'mlllo Htliihti
KIiiIHp llullMur und ciiloy ihu un
llvfctd vlutv of un mi llllHIIUulll uinj
VUllry Honolulu luuM Hi hul from
iPiitlllo IMiili Huuiid i v dim '
Kaploltul Iran Co,
W, C. Achi S Co.
I'tJl l;ul Uultri an J