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EVENING nuf.t.ETIN, HONOLVIAJ. H. T.. FIUDAY, JUNE
TlbUahed Every Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. ot H., by the
jOLtETlN PUBLISHING COMVANY.
WALLACE H. FARR1NOTON ..Editor
Entered at the Post Office at Hono
hdu as aecond class matter
Ftr month, anywhere In U. S. ..$ .75
ft year " " " 00
afar year, postpaid, foreign. .... 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Office Box 718
FRIDAY JUNE 7, 1D01.
Whnt a noble conception It was of
the fathers! The founding of this Gov'
eminent NOT upon the will and Judg
ment of the FEW, but UPON THE
WILL AND JUDGMENT AND CON.
SCIENCE OF THE MANY; a Goern
ment In which all the people of eory
State participate in a citizenship that Is
equal ccr where; equal citizenship In
equal States 1n a Union that has never
been equaled I'erstdcnt McKlnley.
What matters It whether we hao
two Governors or none Cnpt A G
Hawes and that $21 suit still mnnlti to
maintain olllcial dlgnlt..
Some of the 'not vindictive" mem
bers of the liar Association have made
bold to say that the Flrit Circuit Court
Is a perfect hll for them since Hum
pbrejs took charge. When partners of
the devil find what is a hell to them, It
is safe to say they have stiuck n ptnee
governed on a higher rdan than what
the) are accustomed to
There Is moro than one city In the
United States that has given or would
now gladly give to the Federal Govern
ment such land as might be needed to
assure the Improvement of a hitherto
unused harbor. Hawaii land owners
can hardly afford to carry their claims
for reimbursement to such an extent n
to defeat the opening of Pearl Harbor
lo commerce and the nav).
The Advertiser seems to think It can
reduce the signers to the Humphreys
popular petition by threatening that
the names will be secured in Wash
ington nnd published here. There is
not a man signing the endorsement of
Humphreys who Is ashamed of his
stand to preserve tho Integrity of tho
local courts against the "not vindic
tive" attacks of the Thurston gang.
5Ir. Thurston Is entitled to all tho
strength he ma gain from the weak
titters who are afraid to snj their soul
Is their own.
Tho tax assessor controversy Indi
cates that Hawaii now has at tho head
of Its departments men who consider
that they are responsible to no higher
power than the people for the proper
administration of their ofllce. Tho
Bulletin has no question of Assessor
Shaw's Integrity, but If the Treasurer
of this Territory believes ho can se
cure better service by the appointment
of another whom he-considers more ca
pable, to the nsseissor's position, not
even the President has a right to in
terfere. Nothing can be moro unfair
to the head of a department than an
attempt to force upon him men in
whose superior capabilities ho does not
have full confidence.
PROTECTION FOR COFFEE.
llnwall need not consider ns hopeless
the possibility of adequate protection
for the coffee Industry that will make
this product of our fields a nalng pro
duct and capable of profitable develop
ment by the much needd small f.irine;.
The suggestion of a pro.ectlve uuty on
coffee has met with almrit immol'a'.o
favor In Influential commercial ctnteis
of the Mainland. CcrU'nly tho situa
tion Is sufficiently favorable to waned
tho coffee growers of Hawaii lu con
junction with leading commercial
bodies of the Tcrrltoiy In making
strong representations to Congress
through our Delegate.
The New York Commercial speaking
editorially of the coffee Industrj In the
new possessions takes the following
"It Is with gratification that the
Commercial notes the taking up of an
idea of Its own to which expiessjon was
given Immediately after Porto Rico
came under tho American Hag. At that
tlmo wo made an urgent appeal In be
half of the Porto Rlcans, suggesting tho
admission of their coffee free and tho
Imposition of a discriminating duly
upon coffee from other eources.
"Wo tako no second piaco In defend
ing the principle that industries al
ready established In tho United States
should not be wrecked, labor thrown
ou tho street and capital seriously Im
pairedIf not altogether wiped out
by any policy of gush toward tne ueni
zens of our dependencies. They nro art
situated as to climate and other re
souices that they merely need tho
blessings of peace and a condition of
security for capital and sure wages for
labor In order to become prosperous,
and, as to the great majority of their
products, to put the mother country on
the defensive ut an all too early uaie,
even with tho present barriers between
her and her tropical colonies rigorous
ly maintained. But as to coffee, It Is
both the part of wisdom and humanity
to give thim the fullest benefit of tho
American market on the Mainland.
"In voicing this policy we merely re
iterate the uttcianccs of the Commer
cial on this subject many months ago,
General discussion of It now and hearty
advocacy of It In several Influential
quarters ure an Indication that our
suggestion is in the way of becoming
the basis of a fixed policy, not only to
ward Porto Rico, but the Philippines
While the Commercial falls to men
tion Hawaii specifically, Its position on
this subject that Is Intimately associat
ed with Hawaii's dlversflcd develop
ment leaves no question ot strength of
support Hawaii will receive In pressing
Us claims with those of Porto Hlco and
The Industrial situation Is such in
this Territory that a piotcctlvo duty
ou coffee will do moro to strengthen
and uplift tho character of our citi
zenship, as well ns increase our In
come, than nnj measmo that Congress
can consider. Sugar has Its distressing
labor problems which no legislation
can work out. It Is the problem of
reorganization and general advance
ment In the character ot labor cm
plovcd that must bo solved giad
ually and by the personal effort of
those directing the Industry.
Coffee production has proved Itself to
be an industry that can be forwarded
profitably by tho small farmer provid
ed a reasonably protected maikct Is
granted by Congress. Coffee will not
only grow In Hawaii but our trees pro
duce a high class berry that already
has a high reputation In western mar
kets Furthermore, experience has
shown that the coffee field offers no
bairltrs lo tlui eniplovmtnt ot the
sinje i hiss of labor found on the Am
erican farms The devclopmiut of this
Industry means Immediate opportuni
ties for American farmers suth asu
gar cannut give for many jears to nay
the least. . Aid to the coffe Industry
gives n direct ami positive support to
high class, Independent American citi
zenship In these Islands, broader op
portunities for our present population
und splendid openings for tho fainting
people of the Mainland wh" "k homes
In the new possessions.
FUNDS FOR AGRICULTURE.
Hawaii can find no better Investment
for its funds devoted to ugrlculturu, no
Investment that will be more certain of
prompt and advantageous returns, than
to place a ceitain proportion ot Its
money nt tho disposal of tiic Federal
experiment station' now under the di
rection of Jarcd Smith.
As has already been pointed out by
the Bulletin such appropriation of Ter
ritorial funds will serve n double pur
pose. It will place our moncj In tho
hands of trained experts, nnd will con
vince tho Federal departments and
Congtess of the good faith of our peo
ple In cooperating with tho research
carried on under the Department of
Agriculture. There arc now two na
tional funds set apart for the assist
ance and advancement of agricultural
Industry tho Hatch fund devoted to
experiment stations and the Mori III
fund made available for tho establish
ment and maintenance of colleges of
Agriculture nnd Mechanic Arts. Every
State In the Union sets aside Its special
appropriation to supplement the Fed
eral funds both for education nnd ex
perimental work. Each Stato main
tains Its Board ot Agriculture In con
junction with, not Independent of the
Federal departments. This Is the Am
erican example set for Hawaii to fol
low. Our present Commissioner of Agri
culture though a most estimable gen
tleman Is not an expert agriculturist
In any senso of tho word nnd wo can
not believe that he would oppose tho
assignment of $3000 of Territorial funds
to the Federal agriculturists with
whom he and the agricultural board
must necessarily cooperate.
The step proposed by tho majority
of the House Committee on Agriculture
will go u long way toward establishing
confidence In tho good purposes of our
legislative body and pave the way two
vears hence for favoraulo nction to
wards securing to Hawaii tho licnerlla
of the Morrill fund, tho establishment
of a college of Agriculture and Me
chanic Arts which shall bo as t has
been In every American State, tho foun
dation of a State University. It Is cer
tainly to bo hoped that our Legislature
will not bo so carried away with tho
Idea of Independent hoiho rule nction
that It will cast aside this opportunity
to brine to tho Territory all the assist
ance tho Federal government can glvo
for agricultural Investigation nnd edu
If Estrada Palmn Is to be tho Presi
dent of Cuba, that means that n
American will be the first ruler over
tho Island. Sir. Palma lives In Central
Valley, N. Y. Brooklyn Eagle.
J. M. VIVAS
Attorney at Law
& Notary Public.
Agent to grant Marriage I icenses.
Financial and Real Estate Agent.
POST OFFICE LANE
HONOLULU, T. II.
TEL.-AUINH5. P. O. BOX 442-
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
SEB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S, S. Mauna l.oa at
Kallua and take them overland to Hookena
where the steamer Is met again.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
.SOLE AGENTS FOR
DIAMOND HEAD GASOLINE
In specially coated tins and heavy
cases to prevent leakage : : :
Sample now on
An Invoice to arrive on the
A Full Line of Dixon's
One Style Out of Many
of a new
UP - TO
Stylish, roomy anil comfortable.
Standard Goods. None Better.
SCHUMAN'S CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
TEL. MAIN 205.
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast tliat has CoM Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
r, Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
SHREVE & CO.,
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
purchased or ordered of them, free
Honolulu, or returning same to San
selection to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
references in San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Market O Pont 8t., 6. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New York City, and are
irepared to furnish special designs.
TRAINING AT KAPIOLANI
Trnlnlnp; at Kaplolanl paik Is now at
iU height ami tho horses aie having
the finishing touches put on.
BtmmplouKh went thron hints es
toidus In 2 30. 2. 25 and 2:51'.. The
black p-uei Is (.hissed with the unklll
11I1I0 kind, .mil nlwajB turns up in
working trim utter tli hardest kind ot
Ktaft. The last ipmiter of tho second
heat was done In :32.
'I ho (,'Uieial opinion Is that Socialist
will annex tho mile. The hay son of
St, C.110I and Anarchist Is getting his
land legs lemnrkuoly well, und while
ho has Just been galloping lately, thero
Is not mmh doubt that by next week,
ho will be In condition to run up to the
last ounce, '
Tho two geldings, Dixie Land ami
Waterfall, uoikeil to the sixth polo In
1:24. The bay Is not In as good condi
tion ns might be hoped.
Wntossa was good for :24V4 In 11
Gaiety fllrl went a mile In 1.S3.
It has been decided to hold tho negro
bicycle race next Tuesdnj fur 123.
Those who hao entvied are Sidney
Ilojd, ,1, Comors, James Iloyd, A, Glad
dls, J. Woods, M. Curtis, und "flyer"
Entries for tho horso tnecs closo to
morrow at noon.
TO CURE A UOl-O IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
AH druggists refund the money it It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
' LUANu" now dut.
FORT AND ALAKEA.
TJe Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
"The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
of all charges for transportation to
Francisco. Goods will be sent on
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
When 5011 take n llfo insurance policy
jou want nhsoluto protection, aside
nnd dlitlnct from jour treatments
You do not want the llfo Insurance
company to put jour money In a sugar
plantation In whlih oit lmu already
Invested. If the sugar plantation falls,
jour life Insurance policy fails ot Us
purpose. If jou want to leave all jour
money In the Islands, Inxcst It your
self: If jou want life Insurance put
It In u Rood company. Incorporated un
dcr tho laws of a Stato which does not
permit a llfo Insurance company to
speculate In stocks or to loan tin
policy holders' money on wheat and
corn fields. The flermanla Llfo In
surnnco Co. or Now York lias mora
assets for each $1000 of Insurance In
force than any other company In tho
.Mis. Antoinette A. Keeunn of Mil
wnukee has given tho public library In
that city $10,000 as a memoilal to her
Wm. . lawn
'tin Anncfico Agenlt Thb NEVAl
National bank or Sa Franoiroo
ak FnANcisoo The Nevada Nstiot
Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank of Londo
Nlw York American Exchange V
CitloAoo Merchants Natlcntl Bank
I'abis Credit LyonnsU.
RmLiw Dresdner Bank.
Uokkoxo a!d Yokohama Honk.n
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Nkw Zealand and Australia Bat
if Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vamoovvhs Bank
British North America.
inusact t Suenl Bufiti JtdEiclmtBum
DepoUU Received. Loins mtde on Aj
jrotod atcnrltr. Oommerclal and Travslsn
Jredlta lilted. Bull of Ktcbanga bottgb
in a oid.
oitHoriom PnonrrtT acoocttip "
Transact a General Bankiuj
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelor't
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal citici
of the world.
Interest allowed after Jul)
1, 1898, on fixed deposits r,
day notico 2 per cent., (thir
form will not bear interesi
unless it remains undis
turbed for one month), 8
months 3 per cent., 6 montlif
3 per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building ant
ASSETS, DEC. II, 1811, fUl,7T.
Monev loaned on approved leeirlt,
A Saving! Dank fcr monthly dtpoilti
Houaea built on the monthly Inatai:
Twentieth Serl . of Btock ll at
OFFICERS T. F. Lantinf, Prats
dent; S. B. Roae, Vice President; O. F
Oray. Trcaiurer; A. V. Gear, Secretarj
DIRECTORS T. F. Laming, . I
Rote. A. V. Clear, A. W. Keccb, litar
Rmlth, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, C.
J ray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. OKA.
Chamber ot Cotnmerct room.
once Hour: 12:101:10 p. n.
Saving! Deposit will b
received and interest allowed by thl
Bank at four and one-half per oeni
Printed copies ot the Rules and Re
ulatloni may be obtained on appllcstloi
Office at bank building on Merchai
Tjje Yokohama Specie Bid
Subtcrlbd Cpltil,. y Yen t4 ooc,oot
PI4 I'd CMtl Yen ilooooot
Reserved f-una Yen 8,)io,ooo
neao umcii lOKgnima.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, tisues Drafti
and Letters of Credit, and tranaaeti
a general banking business.
Oi Filed Depoelt lor aoitle. 4 im Mil a. e
On Find Depoilt lor 6 aottse, H "
On Flied Deposit lor I not,
Bunch of the Yokohama Specie Bank,
H v Republic Mm, HI Ilu 81, Boiol
Keeps Constantly on Hand
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Deef, Mut
ton, Pork nnd Veal, The StaudarU
Meats of the Coast. Nothing better to
he had. We nie Sole Agents for tho
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Slur
Rcon, Sole, Smelt, Shod, Caip, Rock
Cod, Soa Ilass, Cinnflsh, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND OAME Turkejs,
Geese, Chickens, Quail, Camas Hack,
Milliard, Teal, Sprig. Drant, Belgian
SMOKED MEATS Hams, Bacon,
Sausages, fresh cery daj. Tongues,
Clipped Ileef, Etc, Also Sweet Diead,
Uialns, Cahca' I,cr, Tripe, Cahes'
Feet and Heads, Etc.
HUTTEIl, Eggs, Cheese. Tickles,
Chow Chow, Saner Kraut, Apples,
Tears, Grapes, Potatoes, Onions, Cab
bage, A full supply of Fruits and
OYSTERS -Fancj-, laige or small, In
shell or cans',
Hsidly a thing that jou could wish
foi hut what U to be had at our mar
ket. , TBLBPHONB-MAIN 210.
Chase and Sanborn
Old Government Blend
Salter & Waity
TEL. 681 BLUE
Situate near Punchbowl street, between
tseretani i and Nine sutets in Honolulu,
Mand of Oahu. Being Ananas I and 4 of
Land Commission Award 261 Issued to
Waiikea, or Lots A and B In the name of
A. W. Ma'oho as Indicated on macs In the
Government survey Department.
Bv virtue of an OrJer Issued out of the
Circuit Court of the First ClrcL.lt. Hon. a
S. Humphreys, presiding, In a ciuse at
Chambers entitled Altxinder Malnhiv-r-sus
William Maloho, et ah. Equitv Divi
sion Numbrr 1171. the undersigned will
sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder,
subject to confirmation bv said Court,
ON MONDAY, JUNE U
AT 12 O CLOCK NOON.
At the mauka entrance to the Judiciary
Build tic In said H nolulu, the following
described lands, to u it :
APANA 1 (OR LOTA, A. W. MAIOHO)
Bounded by Printer's Lane 51 feet on
makal side; by Ross K. Anahu 135 feet on
Eua side; bv Hiram K. Anahu 50,5 feet
on mauka side; and by a g'foot Roadway
145.5 f"t on Walkikl side. Area 020,
square feet, more or less.
Less than one-half of this Anana will be
condemned for a 50 (eet street In order to
extend Young Street Ewa way or towards
Hotel street. BUT WHAT RLJHAINS OF
THb LOT MAUKA AND MAKAI will here
after become enhanced In value on account
of said proposed extension and also on ac
count of their fronting on the new street.
A RARE CHANCE TOR CAPITALISTS.
APANA 4 (OR LOTB, A. W. MAIOHO)
Bounded bv Rose K. Anahu (8 feet on
makal s!dej by said o-foot Roadway 156
feet on Ewa side; by Government and
Bishop Estate about fJqfeet on mauka
side; and by Pahau Estate about 120 feet
on Waiklkl side. Area 0830 square feet,
more or less.
This Acana 4, the outlet to which Is
Printer's Lane leading out to Pjnchbowl
Street, could be subdivided Into THREE
bQUAL SQUARE LOTS, with an outlet to
each facing Ewa-way on to said g-foot
Roadway; and the furthest mauka lot,
when Ap na 4 Is subdivided, will still be
within joo feet of the proposed Young
Street Extension, thus eventually doing
away with the use of Printer's Lane a
far as this Apana 4 Is concerned. THIS IS
A GOOD CHANCE FOR INVESTORS.
TERMS OF SALE are cash In United
States Gold Cln, and deeds at expense of
purchasers. For further particulars enquire
of the undersigned at his office In said Ju
Dated Honolulu, May 31. tool.
KlNQ UP THE. ,.
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
618 FORT STREJT
Stable 'Phone, 477
Uaok Stand 'Phonos, S19 and 7T ..
O. H RKtiliTNA
Drays Tor Freight
Our representative meets all Incomln
iteamers from the Coast and we chec'
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
White and Black Sand For Silf
Office with Evening Bulletin, 210 Klni
itreet. Tel. 86.
W, LARSEH, Wf't.
FOR BALLAST !l
( White and Black Sand
1 In Quantities to Suit...
EXCAVATING " CONTRACTED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
tST Dump Carts furnished by the daj
m Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
Queen St.. opp. Unlcn Fed Co. TEL vn
Mrs. W. L. Eaton
WIITON tODOB, KQ STBEIT
Henry R. Worthington
and Fort Streets.
TEL.. MAIN 100.
Engineers and Builders of
High Duty direct Acting
and Crank and Fly Wheel
Pumping Engines. Elect
rically Driven Pumps,
Power Pumps, Centrifugal
Pumps and Water Meters. '
Large stock of small pumps
on hand for nil services
whltMts, Contractors and Balldars
Edward R. Swain,
tTANQtWVMtl BID ,
J F kILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
I' O fnx 1(0
ueo W. Pace I el tie
P. W. BeardelM P, O Sol J7l
BBARD8L.EE & PAGE
rchitect8 & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
it Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KIHD8.
)ealers in Lumber and Goal.
ALLEN & KOBINSON,
Qneen atrtiot. Honolulu
dUILDER . , .
lubblng ! Promptly ; Attended ; To.
rl. F. BBRTELMAN'8
' Carpenter shop
ro rear of old stand. Entrance on King
'r-nt. Ordtrei left at either shop, or office,
t John Nott's Core, Kin? street, will re
'vt prnmr' nrtr,lnn. MM'tf
on all sorts of building.
OFFICE IN OLD ARLINGTON
to suit everv
taste and e erv
purse : : : :
Lewers & Cooke,
FRED J. CROSS,
Conaultlng and Superintending
tloctro-Hydraullc Power Transmission
REPORTS AMD K8TIMATI8
FURNISHED. , . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street
Offloa next to Pa. .efflco. 1 SSI
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATES FUBM5HED ON AIL KINDS OP
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Hnlsh Turning
KAWAIAIIAO ST., KEWALO,
fel. White 1221 P. O. Bot ;.
aonolulu Iron Works C o
Improved and modern BUOAK MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to ordci. Dollar work
nd RIVETED PIPES for !rr'ittora
purpoaea a specialty. Particular f (ten
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and rnpaLrt
executed at ibortest notice.
iew.Jle.T.ifc-'W'v k'i1 ' al'irU0kW.'a J- MftV 'visi5fc)l,S' jefSSi &