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WALLACE II. FAKIUNOTON ..Editor
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Post OOlce Box
..MAY 8, 1901,
Now that the details of the famous
District Court closing nre being thresh.
c out. It will be n valuable addition to
the literature of the case If Foreman
Adams publishes n transcript of his
speech In the Jury room.
If the Governor finds that he can
sign bills- within ten days after the
Legislature adjourned, he certainly has
time to go through the County bill and
either sign It or give his reasons for
refusal to sign It.
Great Scott! Here comes the Chief
Justice with a bill that he was especial
ly Interested In having become law.
His part In the progr.im was to "see
the Governor provldi'd tho measure ran
the gauntlet of the Independents, The
Chief Justice seems to be having all
fired hard work In keeping out of poli
tics. Due credit should be given Governor
Dole for having Anally to nil appear
ances, come to a realization that tho
patty organization Is a factor In Amer
lean administration that must be
recognized; that It has n right to bo
heard and Its suggestions receive seri
ous consideration. When tho Gover
nor reaches the point where he realizes
that Thurston and Harlwell arc not
the only people on earth, and refuses
to become party to foolish schemes to
secure a restriction of tho franchise,
he stands a good chance of making n
record that will approach popular ac
ceptance. I'nlted States District Attorney Ilalrd
lias no occasion to worry over the at
tacks made upon him from ofllclal or
gan sources. Nor Is he worrying. He
stands on the firm ground of personal
Integrity: he stands by what ho said
before th" Court nfid, though the strug
gle Is made to do It, sentiments cannot
be put In his mouth which he did not
utter; finally he has the unhesitating
endorsement of the Court, which of
itself Is stifllclent. District Attorney
Dalnl has had more cxperlcuco In
United States courts than nny man who
now tells him what ho ought not to
have done and can rest easy allowing
the enemy howl as It will.
Hardly less Important to Americans
than tho great International yacht race
will be tho contest to determine which
boat, tho Constitution or tho Indepen
dence. shall defend the cup ngalnst
Llpton's Shamrock II. New Workers
have been moro than half Inclined to
shut out the Hoston boat becauso own
er I-nwson does not happen to bo a
member of tho New York Yacht Club,
The affair has now been settled by ar
ranging a race of the defenders oft
Newport next July. Upton Is making
very favorable comments on his latest
production, but It stands to reason that
the Americans arc not puttfng n second
class article In tho contest although
they are not saying much about tho
speed of their yachts.
Ily selecting oung men to fill the
efflces made vacant liv refusal of the
Senate to confirm appointments the
Governor has made a diversion from
tho beaten paths of the past which may
lie honed to prove fruitful In results,
This Implies no reflection upon the
fathers of the hamlet but It shows a
readiness to go outside the old time
ranks of continuous omco bolders wno,
if they didn't show up In one placo
weio always provided for at the public
crib. E. S. lloyd Is one of tho young
Havvalians of the Territory who by
faithful service has proved himself ca-
pable and worthy of trust. Among the
Health Board members is. a. Mini'
Smith has shown that youth Is no Im
pediment to capable and successful ad-
mlnirtrntlon of an important mure
His associates have established good
reputations In business circles and Win,
Auld furnishes the conservative bal
ance wheel of long experience. What
Governor Dole's admlulbtratlon netdJ
wore than anything else Is fair minded
common senso backed by octlvo, foice
fill energy. The Governor In l.U offi
cial capacity docs not have active forte
or energy. In Superintendent Boyd,
Treasurer Wright and the moro icccnt
appointees, tho Governor hns nround
him men who have to some extent their
reputations In the highest public olflces
to make.. Their ambitions aro pro
gressive and whllo they may maltt mis
takes, tho errors aro not likely to be
along the lines of retrogression.
FLBD PROM HUSBAND.
A Japaneso woman, Klku by name,
was kept over night at tho pollca sta
tion last night, ,nhe having expressed
tho fear that her husband wo aid do
Jier bodily Injury. The wonnn strtcd
that her husband had forced her to .1
life In the Iwllcl corral for ore- flvo
months. During that time, overy cent
of the money sho received was turned
over to her husband. Sho lieenma 111
nnd finally running away, hid In the
bushes out In Kallhl. She was helred
by another Japanese woman. A day or
bo ago. she went to Relief Camp No,
2 nnd was tracked thero by her hus
band and beaten. Tho police will ten
that sho Is piotected fiom her worse
than brute of a husband,
V. H. Pnulsen, PAINTING AND PA
rnmiANGINO, King, epp, Kawaiabao
Church. Tel. White 3112.
Editor Evening Bulletin: In regard
to the nrtlclc concerning the testimony
and proceedings In tho case of the
United Stntes vs. William Walsh, ap
pearing In your Issue nf May 7th, 1901,
I desire to say that the transcript of
the proceedings furnished to you by
John C- Ilalrd, U. S. Attorney, over
my certificate and signature Is not' an
nuthcntlc copy of the proceedings. A
correct copy of the proceedings was
contained in the Advertiser of yester
day, save only that the same did not
contain all that was sold by W. A. Kin
ney In objecting to tho motion for con
tinuance made by the U, S. Attorney.
The only revision that was ever made
by me of tho copy of the proceedings
furnished by me to Mr. Kinney nnd the
U. S. Attorney was a correction which
consisted In Inserting the words "It
seems to me It may be the roar against
the power of the General Government,"
the typewriter hnvlng omitted theo
words In transcribing the mntter at my
dictation, and which omission was dis
covered upon comparison of the type
written copy with my stenographic
I never at any time authorized the U.
S. Attorney to alter or revise over my
signature or otherwise tho copy of tho
proceedings which I had given him and
he altered and revised the copy of the
proceedings which he furnished to you
without my consent or knowledge.
The only garbled account of the pro
ceedings that exists In the matter Is the
one that was furnished to you by the
U. S. Attorney.
C. F. nEYNOLDS.
Honolulu. .May 8, 1901.
The following correspondence ex
Geo. W. I)e Long Post, O. A. It:
Mrs. J. N. Wright wishes to ex-press to
you her appreciation of the loving sym
pathy nnd kindness extended to lief
nt the death of her dear husband.
Mrs. A. S. Wright. Honolulu.
Dear Madam: Your kind words ad
dressed to George W. De I.ong Post,
O. A. It., were gratefully, received nnd
ordeied spread upon our records.
In acknowledging the same, we take
this opportunity of assuring you of our
earnest sympathy In this your great
sonow.. Our long nnd close acquain
tance with your honored husband has
enabled us to mom fully realize th
loss you havo sustained by his death.
His was n patriotism which found ex
pression, not from his lips alone, but
In the tenor of his whole life. The
three great principles of our Order.
"Friendship, Charity nnd Loyalty"
were the three grnces which dominated
his everyday life. To him our great
Republic meant. "Ono Country nnd one
Flag, nnd tho comrades who stood
shoulder to shoulder with him In that
great strugglo for tho preservation of
the Union, wero to him "brothers,"
nnd tho latch string of his hospitable
home was to them ever on tho outside.
We, his surviving comrndes. have
again been reminded that In rapid suc
cession wo are dropping out of thr line.
nnd we may be proud, If, when we nre
mustered out, our dlschnrgo shall be
ns honorable and our record of service
as bright ns Is that of our late com'
R. J. GREENE
.1. T. COPELAND,
Among the through passengers In
tho Moana nre: Capt. Peyton Hoskyns.
It. N C. M. G., lately In command of
H. n. M. S. Turangn; Maj. Gen. Hogge,
retired Ilritlsh tirmy olTlcer, nnd Rev.
A. nrown, n well known divine of Glas
gow. J. M. VIVAS
Attorney at Law
& Notary Public.
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses.
Financial amUReal Estate Agent.
POST OFFICE LANE
HONOLULU, T. H.
TEL. MAIN 115. P.O. BOX 443.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
For Bxcursl ins
to the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna Loa at
Kallua and take them overland to Hookena
where the steamer Is met aealn. .
FANCY AND STAPLE
PLEASE GIVE US A CALL
MILLLR STREET, ABOVE
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,
BHTHEL STREET. SJ
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
Sterling Blue Flame Oil Stoves 4 :
Having closed out our old stock of the old
patterns, we are now .offe ring the latest
Improved Patterns. Call and ex
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In Household and Kitchen Utensils
Ihese are NEW GOODS nnd the QUAL
ITY and PRICE will please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NhW INVOICES TO HAND.
A Urge stock
and a large assortment of useful HOUSE
HOLD UltNSILS now being opened up.
Bethel Street Household Department. Dj
If you are looking Tor something stjtllsh and strictly
up-to-date in the Vehicle line, call at our Repository, we can
give you just what you want. To our already large variety we
have added a new shipment of
BASKET SEAT BUGGIES
They are certainly very Nobby.
MERCHANT ST., BET.
Don't you know that impure water is one of the greatest 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
wihout 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. HANCOCK & CO.
8 I 5 Fort Street
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that
Also Poultry, Snlmon and
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
FOR SALE AT The Uooth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
Fop Stylish Women
Alw.ys the newest and most elegant creations of the Millin
ery Art. Our milliners are noted for their Rood taste.
This season's novelties
In plain and fancy styles
THB M. B. KILLEAN
H. T., WEDNESDAY, MAY .. 1101
will arrive on the "W. G.
Come and see themjon display.
FORT AMD ALAKEA.
has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
The finest that are made.
All colors and shades.
CO., Ltd., Hotel St.
FOR A FBW 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 our window.
Salter & Waity
10 Years Old
Intrinsic merit alone has brought
WHITE HORSE CELLAR
to the front.
For sale in all first-class
saloons. If your dealer
does not keep it, call on
The Pioneer Wine and Liquor Dealers
KING ST.. NEAR BETHEL.
Bv order of the Hon. A. S. Humphreys,
First Judge of the Circuit Court ol the ist
Judicial Circuit of the Territory of Ha
wall, I shall expose for sale at public auc
SATURDAY, MAY 11th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
at the salesroom of James F. Morcn. 65
Queen St., Honolulu, to the hlchest bidder
lor casn, lie toiiowing uescrmej icasenoia
et valuable real estate.
That large lot, originally three lots, and
two storv frame dwelling home, formerly
the residence of the late Mr. James Dodd,
fronting on the 1 ew beach road and the
sea shore, a little on the town side of Mr.
John Ena's place, the lease of which has
46 ears to run from September 1st., 1901.
The annual rental Is $287. so. payable
seml-annua ly In advance and Is paid to
September 1st. loot. The building Is
Insured to the Stn of August, 1902, the
water rates paia 10 juiy tst. loot.
Terms of the sale cash. U. S. cold coin,
All expenses of deeds, stamps, expenses of
transfer, and taxes of 540.00 for 1901, at
the expense of the purchaser. Sale subject
to confirmation by the Ourt.
For further Information annlv tn the
undersigned, or to JAS. F. MORGA,
R. W. CATHCART,
Executor of the will of James Dodd,
Honolulu. April n. tool. 1814td
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
GT W w"l Bo 01 hlt Bk SiteUli
III UKXI. Ul III. KIUU
or We will B.11 FioperilM on Bmod
jFFICE. 10 West Kmo Street
Real Estate Broker
223. MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title . . ,
1200 Lots 1200 f.
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; sajd 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 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
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 best ever given by any
real estate dealer or broker
during the last twenty years
For terms or more particu
lars', apply to
S. IN. Kanakanui
Surveyor and Manager of
Kapiolani Tract Co. '
W. C. Achi & Co.
Real Esiatt Dealers anJ
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