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EVENING niN.LETlN. HONOLULU, !!. T., FIUDAY, MAY 3, 1901.
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JTablltlied Every Day except Sunday,
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T. of It., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMVANY.
IAN 61 FAILURES
K J. Imanlshl, manager of the Ho
nolulu branch of tho Yokohama Specie'
WALLACE It. KAjmiNQTON ..Editor L1,u",' """' w "'", ""'"'" , u's
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Kntcrcd at thB'Post Ofllce at Hono
(atn as second cjnss matter
Fer month, anywhere In'U. S. ..$ .75
rr year 8.00
fer year, postpaid, foreign...... 13.00
ryablu invariably in advance.
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P6at Offlco Box ."..., 718
KMDAY MAY'S, 1901.
What Is Chief Justice l'rear doing
when In close correlate with Governor
Dole and his followers? Trying to
keep out of politics?
for readiness to he'd tho dictates of
scandal mongers, and dissertations on
documentary "shape," the Governor's
administration during tho llrst lcgls
latho session Is without an equal.
The hog bladder politicians finding
they have brought discomfort and
Ignominy only upon themselves are
satisfying the splto of their childish
fcol play by making faces at Judge
j g-3Kjrj ES3SBC3(PCSSS 0EZmBEZ3HCZB CSTSIcrfHSi
The antics of the Governor' organ
Ir Its endcaor tO' squirm out of Its
t (gonitis demand for a Grand Jury In
estlgation of the Legislature, furnish
more amusement to the public thnu
anything members of tho Legislature! failure of Osaka b.inka will In any way
failures In Japan ana, asked for an
opinion as to the seriousness of the
situation. Mr. Imanlshl said: "I ex
ported a cablegram by tho Doric con
cerning the matter, but It did not come.
My Information, therefore, is not very
complcto. As I understand tho dis
patcher in the Bulletin, the bank'fall.
ures nre confined to the city of Osaka
and tho southern provinces. Osaka It
n largo manufijrturlng towif and deal
largely with China. Her IndustVles arc
chiefly cotton mills and Ithnvo no,
doubt the dlstuibanres In China th4
rat year, have greatly crippled h"r
trade. Tho snmo Influence has doubt
less operated against other commerce
with China, thus bringing nbou a dinar
clal disaster. The city of Osaka eon
tains over 300,000 people nnd Is looked
upon as a port which will eventuall
tnko nil the shipping from Kobe.
"As to tho general financial position
being strained In Japan. 1 have ap
prehended that the liuugnratlon of tut
tariff against sugar nnd other tmpoit
ed nrtlcles would prodiice a noticeable
strlngenty at least. The tariffs no In
to effect next fall and merchants havi
doubtlessly overreached themselves In
the matter of laying In big strike b i
fore the duty goes on, This has m.i
money tight. Then the proIncs and
cities depending upon Chinese' trade
hn e been henvy losers the past year.
"Our bank hns no branch nt Osaka
nnd I see no reason to believe that the
in the most garraluus met
Unless tho Grand Jury Is drawn
from the Governor's friends certain, to
bring In n biased report. It Is certain
that whoever Is drawn by Judge
Humphreys' bailiff will bo charged by
the Mornlns Organ as corrupt and. In
capable of honestly performing the
duty Imposed upon honest citizenship.
affect the nffnlrs of the Japanese people
In Hawaii. They all ue the facilities
of our bank and It will not be affected
by the troubles nt Osaka.
"The banking system In Japan wns
modeled nfter the National banking
system of the United States. The Hank
of Jrpan Is tho bank of bankers ove:
theic and Is tho only bank of Issue.
"The Student," issued by tho young
men of the Mills Institute Is the latest
addition to the Interesting nnd Instruc
tive publications from the schools of
the city. Tho Initial number gives a
Rlinrt Kkctrh nf the .Mills Institute) es
tablished In 1192 for the education of . blood or niaklm
Excitement nt Evvn.
The police 'vero notified last night
by Manager Benton of Em plnntntlon
that a riot was pending among the Ja
panese on the place. letter In the open
ing leports arrived that peace had
been lestored without shedding of
Chinese jouth. It also deals with sub
jects of particular Interest to members
'of the school after the Idea of the mod
em school Journal. Hev. Frank Damon
who is the head and progressive power
behind the Institute, Is doing a magni
ficent ork nmong tho young Chinese
cf Hawaii. "The Stndint" Is a worthy
product of tho splo.ulld Institution
which It represents.
BUSINESS ANO TltAN'SPORTS.
Honolulu buslneHs men do not seem
to care two cents worth whether the
transpoits to and from tho l'llllppines
Stop at this port or not. Thcro Is not
a city or town on any coast of thu Unit
ed States that has made less effort In
obtain transport traffic or has done less
to retain It.
Easy come, nnd easy go scetrs to have
been the watchword of our business
men large nnd small. Transports to
tho Philippines slcvpml nt Honolulu
without our business men turning their
hands. The ships returning to San
Francisco took the northern Japan
route with miry a whimper from Hono
lulu to Influence tho War Department
that an all-American routo should b
followed both ways. Now tho out
bound transports are taking the north
ern route. The number stopping at
Honolulu Is stcadllv decreasing nnd
our business men still temaln Inactive
Are tho business houses of Hnwall
ranking so much money that they don'l
want nny of tho filthy lucre that the
transports Icavo? No troop ship pass
ing through this port leaves less than
$2,000 In the town, and ships bearing
men who have been paid off previous to
reaching port leave more. Every tradn
any profession derives a flnnnclnl art
It Is not surprising that tho Cham
ber of Commerce has taken no action,
liut more activity on the part of fh
Merchants' Association Is to bo ex
fhe trouble arose from a cane fire
which made It necessary to call on the
laborers to work overtime. The fire
was mil out but bad blood was devel
oped In some of tho more stubbivn
Officer Held nnd Mnnnror Henton final
ly pacified the outbreak.
Mrs. M. J. I'orbcs. who has been
mnnager of the Lunolllo Homo for In
digent Hawaiian's since 1SS9. hns re
tired from tho position and has been
succeeded by Mrs. Ellen Weaver. The
trustees met yesterday and visited the
Home. Introducing tho matron to the
Inmates. Tho Inspecting committee
conMited of W. O. Smith, Miss Mary
Parker and tho Chief Justice.
Silva & YiyaS
and Financial Agents
500 Lots in the Kapiolani', Kaiu
Iani, Magoon, Kaimuki, ,k-
Cully, Kap.ihulu, Knpiolani
Park Addition and Pnunul
Lands in This City, "Suburbs, and
Island, in .V.aui and Hawaii,
improved and unimproved.
INVESTORS AND HOME SfcEK-
ers will do well to see us be
fore buying elsewhere,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., I
f -r . f 1 1
Sterling Blue Flame Oil Stoves v
Having closed out our old stock of the old
patterns, we are now off ring the Jat,est
Improved Patterns. Call and ex
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In Household end Kitchen Utensils
Ihese arc NEW GOODS and the QUAL
ITY and PRICE will please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NfcW INVOICES TO HAND.
arrive on the
1 now due.
and a large assortment cf useful HOUSE
HOLD UlhNSILS now being opened up.
Bethel Street Household Department.
If you are looking Tor something etjlish and strictly
tip-to-date in the Vehicle line, call at our Repository, we can
sive you just what you want. To our already large variety we
have ad led a new shipment of
BASKET SEAT BUGGIES
i hty are certainly very Nobbv. Come and see them on display.
MERCHANT ST., BET. FORT AD ALAKEA.
The Old Blend
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MACXIE COV.DUTtLLCIIt LTD.,
UUD Or UUT U4 OLUUVtT.
To be hid Everywhere.
Your physician will
readily Indorse It,
because It Is the
OLDEST, BEST, PUREST
In the market.
The Plom er Wine and Liquor
House of Honolulu,
KING ST., NEAR BETHEL.
Dr. Bnrth Wrlten.
Dr. llailh. tho foremost surRcon of
Grand IlapldR, Mich., vho was here
with the last party f Shrlners, has
written back to tho friends made dur
liic his stay In the city. He states that
tho Shrlners had a mo.it delightful voy
age homo nnd that, when tho Qrand
Rapids people reached thejr homes.
they were surprised to find snow
throughout the city, such a thing In
April being almost unheard of,
Dr. llarth states In hl letters that ho
has written articles on tho Islands for
tho leading papers of ClrancMlaplds
nrtlcles favorable to Hawaii and cal
culated to dlvort In this direction some
of tho tnurUt travel that Is going In
More WnlluUu Allegations.
Tho Walluku Sugar Company has
tiled an answer to tho bill for Injunc
tion of tho Hawnllan Commercial & Sit
ar Company. Tho defendant nllegts
that It lias had open nnd notorious and
continuous possession of tho Walluku
stream water rights In question for
jnnro than thirty years. Tho defendant
alleges ns further an3wur thnt tho
plaintiff Is estopped from pressing Ihn
Issues In this enso ns the, sanio were
adjudicated In n former suit adversely
to the predecessor In title of tho Ilnws
llan Commercial & Sugar Company.
Post Office Lane,
Honolulu, T. H.
SI'LCIALLY POR CATTLE. NEAR TOWN
1775'tf POST OFFICE LANE
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Commodore Archie Young and a par
ty of friends accompanied tho steamer
Doric to uea yesterdi) In tho launch
! WiVtViViVi m I'mVif. Druggists
jEGESSLERSf; will refund
ijj MAGIC : the money
j HEADACHE; If they fall
; WAFERS i; to cure.
I'rlu 10 ceuU.
Horses and Carriages
to the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages nleet the S. S. Mauna Loa at
Kallua and take them overland to Hookena
where the steamer Is met acaln.
FANCY AND STAPLE
PLEASE GIVE US A CALL
AMLLER STRLUT, ABOVE
Don't" you know that impure water is one of the greatest foes
to gooJ health 1 How important, then, that your drinking water
shoukl he 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
wlhout delay. The Pasteur-filter is acknowledged the best by the
leading scientists and physicians of the world.
See it in the window
And note the difference between pure and impure water.
A. R. HA N'C OCK &
8 1 5 Fort Street
TRIAL JURORS POR MAY.
Following nro the trial Jurors for
the regular May, A( D. 1901, term. May h
6: David Frailer Thrum, Albert Kr
nest -Lloyd. JVllllam Henry Mclnerny,
Hugh Hobron Walkers Alfred Moses
Mollis, George Augustus Howard, Jr.,
William Martin Cunningham Henry
Lose, Thomas It. Lucas, James Erstlno
FullcrtOn, Chayts Sumner Hall, Otto
Alexander Hermit. Walter Andrews
Hardy, William Herbert .Lyle, Ward
Stephen tlartlett, Edward Brown Frlel,
William Knllcld Sharp, Solomon l'eclc,
Manuel Augustus Consalves, Ernest Al
beit tloss, Thomas Joseph Qulnn, Al
fred Tascott Ilroek, Horatio Gates
CraBhe, Walter Melville I'omroy, John
Markham, William Bennington Jones,
Edward Ernest Mossman, Vincent Fer
nandez, James Llhauamtcnuo Aholo,
Louts Hnnllllo Miranda, Samuel Louls
ICekumano, Robert Kolomoku I'ahau,
Hermann Meek, William Doardman
nice, Edward Charles Holstcln nnd
Solomon 1). Kokl. .
COMPETITIVn DRILL TONIGHT.
The competitive drill between Co.H,
Captain Murray, and Co. A, Capt.
Ktemmo. for $50 a side takes place at
7:30 this evening on the drill shed pa
rade grounds. This drill Is the result
of n chnllcnRe Issued by Capt. Murray.
The Judg-f will bo Lieut. Col. McCar
thy. Major Zclcler, Major Comara.
Iloth companies have been puttlni;
In all the extra work possible the past
few weeks nuil-a splendid exhibition Is
Circuit Court Today.
In the estate of Mnrata A. llruns let
ters testamentary hao been ordered to
Issuo to Mcta A. Sutherland who wob
named ns executrix In the will.
Judgment by default wns entered for
plaintiff today In tnc ease of J. A. Ma
goon-, guardian of Susan Ilrnsh vs. Ell
Answer has been filed by Chas.
Cielghton for defendants In the suit of
Paul Lempko vs. Caroline nnd C. II.
All probate matters s"t for today
were continued one week by order of
The ejectment cas- of 11. M. Mist vs.
the Kaplulanl Kstnlo was beforo Judge
Humphreys all forenoon nt chambers.
1200 Lots 1200
Among the nrrlvals from Maul ports
In the Clahdinc this morning were the
following: Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. M. Dow
sett.. Hew O. T. Emerson. P. H. Helm,
M. D, Monsarrnt, O. J. Moore, A. New.
house, Mr. and Mrs, Geo, Barker, Itov
I). Knal. Iter. L. M. Knkanl. C. llolte
Mis. F. Fernandez, E. J Cotton. F.'E
nichardson and John Richardson.
Harry Mist, the popular young so
ciety leader, will le.ivo for tho Coast
next week for an extended trip on tho
Mainland and Europe.
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
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
Stunning Trimmed Hats
The M. E. IL1.EAN'S CO'S hats have become
famom through their smart styles, the elegant ma
terials lh.it a e always used on them, through their
becommgness and their extraordinarily low prices.
A Little Glove Talk
The fitting of the hand Is an art an accomplishment our salespeople
liyve m isterrd. Recording the Gloves themselves the best on earth
aie not better, and m prices representing so much glove value are ever
quoted elsewhere In Honolulu.
THQ M. B. KILLEAN CO., Ltd., Hotel St.
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 "HONEST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to the
CORNER OF DERtTANIA AND
EMMA STS. Telephone, White
3571, where I have In stock the
following goods :
enameled Iron and steel clad,
wlthnlckle plated trimmings;
alsj wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet styles.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories enameled Iron,
'and mirble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Bollersand Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
mings, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
-The Kapiolani Tract ex
tends from King street to' the
Beach. A road 6o 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 be opened
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
en-ui imuiiuiuciui my com
pany. The chances are the
offer may be accepted. There
is everv reason to believe
that thV 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 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 bestf ever given by any
real estate dealer or broker
during the last twenty, years
in Honolulu. .
For terms or more particu
lars, apply to
S. HI. Kanakanui
Jas, Nott, Jr., Sanitar" Plumber.
W. C. Achi & Co.
Real Esiatt Dealers and
Surveyor and Manager of
Kapiolani I ract (Jo.