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EVENING UULLKTIN. HONOLULU, It. T., TUESDAY. MAY 14. 1901.
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TU ESIUY MAY 14, 1901.
If the llonrd of Health v. Ill open Its
business career by requiring tenders
for nil supplies, Including drills. It will
therebj shuw Its determination to save
snont for tho taxpayers.
Expunmt of high salaries hae ct
to explain w lint oWdence of sood Judg
ment there Is In voting salaries that
would leave tho treasury balance a
minus cyunntlty before the biennial pe
riod was half finished.
D.nld 11. Hill Is Kept busy these dajs
den) lug that he Is a candidate for the
Democratic nomination in 1'JtH. His
denials, lioccr, serve only to Incrense
the popular opinion that he will be the
man In spite of Br) an nnd Tom John
ton. Conditions In the Tenltor) today
mil to mind tho Nntlonnl situation din
ing Cleveland's second term. Our Gov
ernor has not handled a warring kgls
lathe bodv with onj more success than
did hit, gnat nnd good friend Cleve
land. Gentlemen of the Senate, the people
have now reached the point wheif they
do not care who did It oi how It was
done The) want results and those as
quickly as possible. The appropriation
bill Is before jou for action. This po
litical battle should be fought at the
polls two j ears hence.
of a shortage of labor to clear the crop
within the proper tlm.
What are we going to do about It? Is
the problem before every citizen, sines
there In not a man, woman or child In
this Territory who Is not directly or In
directly Interested In the sugar product
the backbone -of our prosperity.
The Planters' Association states that
It Is endeavoring to obtain the b,l3i"Mt
grade of labor possible.
Certainly this association has spc.i!
thousands of dollars In labor expci
ments nnd It Is reasonable to bcllevn
their rsccrtlons are true slnco a better
class of labor Is certain to secure better
returns to the association, the stock
holders and the cltlzenii.
Kronv the sttndpolnt of the lntclll
gnt citizen, we don't want Ignorant or
debased, labor from.elther the Orient or
the Mainland, but ve want the pirn
tatlons to continue to jrlnd out Terri
torial prosperity, which brings the citi
zen back to the fict that It Is a con
dition not a theory tint tho people hive
to deal with. To keep tho plantations
going we must have labor. If wo can't
get what Is wanted we must take what
wo can get or else shut up shop and it
h therefore ncccssiry to place some j
confidence In tho men representing the
plantations who arc dallv and hourl
struggling with tho problem.
The only practical waj to nppronh
the situation with a view to accom
plishing better results without pro
duclng financial or Industrial distress
is with the spirit of honest coopera
tion. This Infers cooperation on the
pnrt of the planters nnd full recog
nition by them that the people
nie posseted of nh Integrity of pur
pose No law the Legislature can pass
ran clarify tho situation. Heorganlza
tlon cannot be seemed in n day or n
e.r. but only by n positive, honest
public sentiment moving steadily to
raise labor condtltlons to higher plane
Ml GASOLINE 1 I
SOLE AGENTS FOR'
DIAMOND BEAD GASOLINE
In specially coited tins and heavv
cases to rrevent leakage : : :
WIL.KE POKCELAIN KEHRIGERATOR8
Satrplrs now ot exhibition
An Invoice to arrive on th ' nuuanu" now dut.
A Full L'ne of Dixon's Graphite Products.
The reorganization tcheme contem
plated b) Superintendent llod beats
the mark of good business administra
tion. With small offlce details in the
hands of competent clerks the high sjr
urled men will have tho opportunity
to devote their undivided attentlnu to
the more important dutlis which tho
position calls for.
Tho irqiiPht of Maul claimants that
the Comt ot Claims hold a session at
somet ntral point of that Island Is en
tliclj luifeonahlc and ought not to ic
ciilic much argumant to convlnco the
(ouit favor Is merited. On .Maul as
vwll as O.tlm the poor"l people should
be fawned as fat as possllde. The tilp
to Maul will not be i sourco of heavy
expuisc to the comt and would iinqiiLs
tiouahlv expedite Its business.
I Ife Innurnnce
When vou take n life Insurance policy
nn want absolute protection, asld"
and distinct from jour Investments
You do not v ant the life Insurance
company to put your mone) In a susar
plantation In which jou have already
Invested. If the sugai plantation falls.
our life insurnnco policy falls of Us
purpose. If jou want to loan nil jour
money In tho Islands. Invest It jour
self If jou want life Insurance put
It In a goo 1 compinj-. Incorporited un
der the liws of a Stnto which does not
permit n life Insurance uimp-inv to
spuuhlor In stocks oi to loan tho
policy holders' monrj on wheat and
corn llelds. Tho flcrranntr Life In-
nuMirce Co of New York has mora
nicts for each $1000 of Insurance 'n
foice than any other coinpinj In the
a oi Id
"PZJA - -m i, ci-, cr iLfv i ' l
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 cur window.
Salter & Waity
There Is no question about the Qov
crnoi being reached It the Urand Jury
requires his prtcuice. 1 he Bulletin
lannot conceive of the Governor being
so foolish as to uttimpt to escape ap
pearance before tho juij and tho fact
tl.jt lie has not It ft this Island bears
out (be conclusion that his vacation
trip Is for no othei purpose than n
complete rest Certulntj Jury can go to
the Governor If the Governor can't go
to tho Juiy .
Senator Carter must plead K llllj to
talking through his but or tho .lew
wig when ho anuses his broti cr Stu
ators of tace prejudiio in dealing wlin
salaries In the Judlt larj Having t irt
cd In with cutting donn llenrj Si.it!i's
salary as chief clerk It Is use'esa to
nay tint the salaries of the missrgH.fi
am allouid to lemuln lietuiibo tho In
cumbents are Hawallans. Henry
Smith comes as neir being a native
son as thej mako them, an 1 a prcttr
good ono at that.
"We have Just cause to be juoud
of out country. It belongs to lis
nil Wo kriow no North, no South,
no Hast, no West, but nro all Vin
ci linns. No Solid South and no
Solid North, siva whin solid foi
the (lag and tho I'nlon. I have
been glad to note as I have traveloci
tin on t'h this section of our bdovod
countrj the great progress nn 1
prosperltj cverjvvheie evidenced
This lountiy has been signally
blessed Wo havoevcrj thing. God
has been good to us He has given
us a heritage which nwaits develop
ment, which wo must nut negtec,
nnd It Is oui duty iij preserve this
litter to llbertj fotever nnd for
ever "President MrKlnliy.
Whin the people of Hawaii toko this
expiesslon of tlm i'rehldint for their
tett and net according to its noblo sen
timent, icfiectlous upon tho rhnraiter
of Amirlcanlsm dlsplaved b executive
nnd legislative branch's of local gov
ernment will not be thought of much
CONDITION NOT THEORY.
The labor problem nn presented by
thu liiiomlng ship loads of Porto HI
cans Is ono of the most serious epics
tlons that our legislators can touch
upon. The libor of the plantations Is
si. closely associated with tho Terrl
ton's tax pajlrg enpaclty und in.i
tcilal pienperlly lis well nn thee FO"lnl
nnd moral conditions of the inminnn
ltjv that consldeintlnn fioni tho iegls
lath (i stindolnt demands all tho fair
minded thought and business acumen
that tho legislator or citizen tan mus
ter. The Idenl condition v.ould bo to re
fusa ndmlsHlnn to the laboi miukot of
nil men and women except such as can
lead and wiltei the Hnsllsb languaen
nnd fmnlbli a ctitlurate ot good moral
ihniucter signed by n Justice of tho
pciie. While this was going on, how
cvei, tho plantation fields would inn
to weeds and grass would glow In
the stieets of Honolulu Kven now
the Teirltory Is faco to face with tho
f.ut that tho best lesults have not been
seemed fioni some lano fields becnuse
Entries foi the Hnwnllan Tennis Vs-
roclutlon tomnnment which will begin
tomorrow, ctesul at 12 o'clock today
Quito a number have leglstercd, and
some fine sport will bo forthcoming.
Prolnbly ono of the most Interesting
malcbcs will be between Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Illston and Miss Scott nnd r
C Athcrlon. Tho former team will
havei tfie advantage of superior team
work, both plujlng with perfect con
fidence In each other. Mr. Atherton Is
n veternii of long standing, however,
nnd the match should simmer down to
a battle ronl between the two gentle
men. Mr. Hlston Is eiunl to tho en-
countei, for It Is mom thin likely that
he and Mr. Athcrlon will come togeth
ei In the men's finals. If this should
happen, ninny expect that Mr. Hlstor
will regain tho championship At nil
events, the mntih will probably bo the
most Interesting ever jlajfd on a H.1
wulhn court. ,
Following arn entries:
Men's Singles C. A. Klston. Don-
nld M Ito-is. C Carter. . Cunhn. I) II.
Hitchcock. S. O. Wilder, A M. Nowell
H It. Adams, C. A. Hlce, C. II Cooke
A T. Ilrock. P. M. Tinsdale. J. T Ir
vine. George Cnrnavarro. M. A. Cheek,
A P. Alien G 8 Wntcrhouse.
Men's Doubles C. A Hlston nnd
Donald Hon. Albert Curbs und Cush
man Carter, 0. II Hitchcock and A. 0
Wilder M. ! Prosser and C. A. nice.
F C. Atherton and C H. Cooke, P
M I.nnsclalc and J. T. Irvine. A. I. Cas
tle and Giorge Camavarro, Geo. 1'ullei
and M. A. Cheek O. S. Wntcrhouse
nnd W. H. Ilabbltt, A. K. Nowell and
Mixed Doubles-Mr. and Mis. C A.
Klston. Miss Scott und K, C. Atheiton.
If you are looking for something stilish nnd strictly
up-to-date In the Vehicle line, oil at otir Repository, we can
give you just v hit you want. To our already large variety we
have adJed a new shipment of
BASKET SEAT BUGGI5S
Thty are certainly very Nobbv.
Come and see themjon display
Schuman's - Repository,
MERCHANT ST., BET. FORT AND Al.AKEA.
J. M. VIVAS
Attorney at Law
'& Notary Public.
Agent to grant Marriage 1 lenses,
financial and Real Estate Agent.
POST OFFICE LANE
HONOLULU, r H.
TEI -MAIS iij. P.O.BOX 442.
Telephone to All Pans of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. O. HENPIQUES. PIJOP.
Horses und Carriages
For Bxcursi ns
to the Volcano or the Mountains.
IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
Experienced and Com
We employ the most improved methods and are fully
fit ed for
' EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
DOMESTIC QR GLOSS FINISH
FOR SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Special Attention paid to
' " ' Delicate Materials,
t Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY
Tel. Main 73. Laundry, Kavvulnhao St.
Up Town Oftke in the OLD CLirr. PREMISES, Hotel St.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lnmi) ana Fork always
Also Poultry, Salmon nnd Halibut.
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
UT v nil Oay or l,n it SnUUli
l vein of Hxgronp.
EST W will Sell Proptrttfii on Umuci
)FFICE. 10 WEST KlKO "STRKV
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title . .
DON' I BUY YOUK FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
HUT CLL AT THE
ANDSAVf fiS' IT WILL PAY YOU TC
4" BOY FOR CASH.
Now Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
HEREt ANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P. " BO 535. S.W I.LDFRER,
,.BiNQ UP THK.
'Sales Stables, : : :
(18 YGKX BTREF)
SUWo 'PUono, tn
Hack Stnud 'Phono, 81nd 11
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coist end we chect
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wblte and Black Sand For Salr
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 Kin;
itreet. Tel. 85.
W. LARSEN. Wt't.
An excellent chance Is offered for
tourists to (
snn THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna L01 at
Kallua and take them overland to Hookena
u Here the btejmer Is met again.
Tho Hulk-tin, 75 cents pir month.
FOR SAfcE AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. ,45.
The bouth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St , Tephrne 104.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
"To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
jelec'jn to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
efeiences In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Cold and Silverware Manufacturers,
iMnrkct Cf Potit Ht., 8. P.
Illustrated CATAl OGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
he hrgest minutactory of Jewelry nnd Silverware west of New Yoik City, and are
jrepved to lurnlh n'Chl delun.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
" Name on Every Piece."
FOB SALB BY - ,
LEWIS & CO.,
( Sole Agents. ,
240! 240! 240!
rcWtects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain, ,
TAV.tUAll II 111 , IIONOIVLU
SAN I KASCISCO
Tmfoaiy Otlice llli F. W Micfirlint,
401 JjJJ null-llng
V HOFI MANS JF. KILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O B01 nl
jh W. Pact
I. W. B.ird.l.a
BDARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
lonolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
r Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS,
Ooalors in Luinbor and OohJ.
One" nt. Honolulu
J r NTRACTOR AND
ubblng ; Promptly : Attended : To.
f. F. BBRTBLMAN'8
fo rtar of old stand. Entrance on Klnt
itrt. O.'ktr left at either shop, or offict,
t John Nott's ar, Kin? street, will re
i.'v nromr uttf'.'Son. iti-tf
Edward R. Swain,
Crxker Bid., - San Francisco
esl'es to announce that he hut
pened an office In Honolulu forthe .
transaction of all business apper
taining to the practice of his pro-fe-s.lon.
Pending the completion of tneStansen
wald Building, in which offices have been
secured, he can be found at the office of
YM. F. W. MACFARLANE.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White anJ Black San'd
I In Quantities to Suit..,.
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
t&" Dump Carts furnished by the di;
in Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
Q)ueen St., opp. Union Fed Co. TEL aqi
A. PHILLIPS & os
Wholtult Iiopotttri tad Jot t
(oropun ind American D7 iicc
Fo t nd Qnttp Btittt.
tCNEBAL COMMISSION ABKS"
In coneonence of the appointment of
the Hon. Geo. Geir to the Circuit Bench
as 2nd Judge, the lirm ot D.wl and Gear
Is dissolved. Geo. A. D.nli will occupy
tllp dm, ntfiri nnil rnritiitti thi. nitlv
practice of his profession. iSog-:f
on all sorts of building.
OFFICE IN OLD ARLINGTON
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Bnperlmoudtcc
Elnotro Hyilraullc Power Trsmmlulon
REPOKTS AND EHTIMATK8
FDRNISHED. . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queon street.
OBtoe pxt to Pot.gwi. mi
A. Harrlgon Mill Co.
ESTIMATES FURMSHtD OK All KINDS OP
Brick 1 nil Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Worh. Finish Turning
Ete Etc. " .
KAWIAHAO JT., KEWALO,
Tel. White 1221 P. O. Box s.
.TAMES T. TAYLOK,
M. An, Sec. C.I.
" S06 Judd Block TelM.illJ.
aonolulu Iron Works Co
Improved and modem SUGAH MA
CH1NKHY of every capacity and de
scription mada to ordci. Holler worn
und IUVETED PIPES lor trrlgatloa
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repulr
executed at shortest notlc.