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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SATU11DAV, JUNE S, 1901.
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
1 Have Moved
my plumbing business to the
CORNER OF BERET ANIA AND
EMMA STS. Telephone, White
J57I, where I have In stock the
following 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
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
and marble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim,
m'ngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., SanitaiT Plumber.
75 and 79KingStreai
TELEPHONE NO. 81.
SOW Is the time to get totfa at.
breakages Men to, and yrai
Roofs Put In Ordei
By compotaiit worlrwt. V
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Work.
Richer! Street, Ul. Qun n4 M.rclunt Honolulu
Joeb if promptly atteodefl to.
Tel. White 41 P. O. Box 270,
Notice to Property Owners.
1 have In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
now ready to figure on your work at the
lowest prices. My men are Union Men
Give me a trial. 1
C. H. BROWN,
Territory Stable. King St.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
LOVEJOY & Cp.
iMrOBTBBS, AMD WEOLHSAH
Wino M Lipr Dealers.
ataatl lor the Bottled RalDler Beer of nettle.
No, 19 Ncuano Strbbt
Fetter Block, Honolulu. Hawaii.it Iiujdi,
P. O.Bomt. Muluil Telepboove lot.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu, H. I
Surgeons, Physicians and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Rooviseo8-,o9, ofm:i, Mais, Jj,
Boston ButlbiNO, Residence,
Fort Street. White, .Mi.
HOURS-11 A. m. TO t, P.M.!
P.O. Box Set
J.TO ) P. M : r ro 1 p. M.
SUNDAYS If, P. M
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Beretnnla Street,
HOURS to to 3
DR. J. T. WAY80N,
445 BERETANIA ST.
OFFICE HOURS J l' ' , !"
10:30 p.m. to 7:30p.m.
TEL. Main 346
DR. C. A. PETERSON
la rt-ODtted his office at . . .
26 Emma Street
2- 4 P.M. r
7' 8 P.M. J
OR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERETANIA STREET (opposite tht
Telephone BIO. P. 0. Box. 601.
Office hours: 8 to JO a. to.; 1 to S
'. tn.;T to 8 p. m.;Sundays, 8 to 11 a. m.
Dr. W. S. Noblitt
KING STREUT, NEAR ALAKEA.
OFFICB HO LPS
10 a. m. to 1 p. m. ; t p. m. to 8 p. n,
9 to 19 a. m. an4 ? to 8 p. m
At Ka.ihl rcsMenct from J lo iVuj every ef nine,
Dr. F. J. Rayner,
Crown and Bridge
ho )rs q TO 4.
2CM Bostofn Block.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS
1 123 Alakea Street, next to Masonic
Office Hours 9 to 4
K, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. y,'ALL, D. D. S.,
Lore Bu'.ldlng, Fort Street
HoursjOto 4. Telephone 431.
Dp. W. G. Rogers
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
N? Special Treatment for Deafness
No charge for consultations.
OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. V.M.CA,
HOURS 0 to 12-3 to 4:30-7 to 8.
The nuking and fitting of spectacles It
our exc!usle bulne. We hae moJern
scientific apparatus anj know ho to use
It. Wt take all necessary care w thout
pl'lni the price way up t hats' (tie way
we mike a su.cess of It t ; j i
A. N; SANFORD,
BOSTON BLDQ , rOKT STtEET
OVER MAY a CO.
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
LARGE INVOICE OF
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay ; It's going
fast, but there's more com-
Ing every month.
L H. DEE, Prop.
S. I. Shaw & Co.
SOLE AGENTS TOR
Lemps' St. Louis Beer
Lemps'jExtra Pale and Tally
Thelbestiof All Table Beers.
A special beer recommended by physicians
as an unsurpassed tonic for Invalids. BET
TER THAN MALT EXTRACTS, We recom
mend this beer to all persons In need of A
uOOD TONIC All city orders dell verrd free
of charge. Family trade our specialty.
t TELEPHONE MAIN 1T4.
Attorney at Law.
33 A. S., King St.,
PrrtsoN J. A. Matthewman
Peterson & Matthewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
.0. Boxi ij KAAHUMANU ST
fllEPHONE, MAIN 168
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Counsellor at Law.
OFFICE-Bethel St., near the Post Office.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
cor. Fort and Nuuanu
P O Boxgti. TE1 WHITE g
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA. enter.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
.opor.ry OBce: Room , upiteli. Spi.ck.li bull!
Lalies' klttc!eaneJ. Clothing
cleaned, djeJ ini rtpstrei.
Suits iTiaie to order,
F.I guaranteed. Loetp.tci.
Fort Street, nor Kul.ul, enl
ne.r Orpheum The.t.r.
Price,. Cleanlog one suit, 7JCI
i6fo-6m Dv.lng tultf, i
Tlio weekly edition of the Evening
Dulletln gives a complete summary of
the nows of the day.
The word "hoopunlpunl" when used In an ordinary tone Is not
very venomous, but when It Is fired out ns from n catapult In the
hot atmosphere of the Senate In the tono that Senator Knntiha used
jesterday afternoon, It Is liable to bring to his feet In nn "upper-cut"
pose the person or persons referred to. The word when used In n.
mild tone of voice means an untruth or the telling of one cither
black or white. Used with the rising Inflection In a loud tone of
voice and accompanied by the contact of clinched fist with oaken
desk, means "liar" plain and simple, besides the suggestion of a
"Hoopunpunl" Is what put the Senators nt yesterday after
noon's session In a mood that is unsafe for the collnr, the blood, the
spleen, the desks and paraphernalia of n deliberative assembly,
as well as n few other things.
It came about in this manner: Mr. Kanuha had Just Introduced
his majority report on the military Items, and the motion to adopt
had been made. Mr. Carter arose with dlssectlng-kntfe In hand and
began to slash away nt the report. He started out with the state
ment that the annihilation of the military was the proposition of a
few disgruntled spirits in the Senate who were harboring hard feel
ings for what had gone by. Such action was both narrow and short
sighted.. Every State and Territory in the Union was provided
with a militia. Why should not Hawaii have Its militia? In conclu
sion, Mr. Carter said: "The wjiole report shows a narrow-minded
spite against the past."
Mr. Kanuha arose to his feet with a spring, and there were signs
of trouble on the horizon. Ho accused Mr. Carter of trying to "fool"
and "Jiluff" the Senate, and then enme that word "hoopunlpuni."
No sooner had he got this out of his mouth than Mr. Cecil Drown,
who had been a disinterested listener, Jumped up as If ho had sat
on a crooked pin. "I call the Senator to order, Mr. President, and I
ask that he be made to apologize to this house for using that word."
"How else can I express myself?" asked Mr. Kanuha. "That's
the Idea I want to conxey."
"I call the Senator to order!" shouted Mr. Cecil Urown.
"Well, I don't sec how I am to use nny different language. I
know what I am talking about." shouted back Mr. Kanuha.
"Well, then, you're a liar," returned Mr. Brown.
The Chair rapped with his gavel, Mr. Drown snt down, and Mr.
This time the Senator made reference to the guns of the Boston
and the overthrow of the monarchy. The Chair called him to order,
and Mr. Kanuha said: "Excuse me." During the pauses In this
speech Dr. Russel had been calling for the previous question, nnd
now that It had been completed ho called again.
There was a llitlo confusion here, and Mr. Cecil Brown arose to
speak on the report. He was recognized by the Chair, but Dr. Ilus
sel Insisted on the previous question. Mr. Knlauokalanl also aroso
and stated that he had seconded tho motion. Mr. J. Urown said
that Mr. Kalauokalani had not seconded tho motion until after Mr.
C. Brown had been recognized by the Chair. Compliments tlcw thick
nnd fast until the Chair ruled that Mr. Brown had the floor.
Dr. Russel then appealed from the ruling of the Chair, nnd this
was seconded by Mr. Kalauokalani. Mr. Carter moved to adjourn,
but the motion was lost. More discussion followed, and Dr. Ittisscl
ngaln called for the previous question. Mr. Cecil Brown retorted:
"I nm going to say what I have to soy or you can put mo out of the
room. I will stny here all night but I will have my say."
The Chair having refused to cntertnln tho motion to adjourn or
the motion appealing from his decision. Dr. Ilusscl sat down, and
Mr. C. Brown went on with what he had to say, basing his argument
for the retention of the military on the ground of self-preservation.
Having finished his speech. Dr. Russel again moved the previous
question, seconded by Mr. Kalauokalani. Again tho Chair refused to
consider tho motion, saying that when the minority report was
handed In, It was laid on the table, to be considered with the Ap
propriation bill and tho majority leport. Tho previous question
called for the adoption of tho majority report. Such action could not
be taken, since neither the minority report nor the bill had been ta
ken up for consideration.
To solve the difficulty, Mr. J. Brown moved that the minority re
port be taken from tho tabic and considered. This was Uuly sec
onded nnd carried. At this point, Mr. C. Brown moved to adjourn
until 10 o'clock Saturdny. This was seconded by Mr. White. A vota
was called for, and the Chair, announcing a tie, cast his vote on the
side of adjournment, picked up his hat, stepped down from tho plat
form and started out of the hall amid a chorus of cries of "Kana
Jua!" Dr. Itussel shouted out: "I charge that you are In contempt of
this house. I declare that you have acted with partiality."
Mr. Kanuha evidently had In his mind several things to say, but
he was so angered that all he could get out was: "Wo are ashamed
of you. You are not fit for that place."
Mr. Kalauokalani, the Vlco President, almost choking with rage.
Jumped to his feet, walked to the front of tho room, brushed past
President Kaluo with nn angry look, took tho chair, and again
called the house to order.
Ho announced that, ns thero was no quorum, the Senate could
hardly proceed to business. It would bo necessary to get another
member. (It might bo stated Just here that all the Republicans,
with Messrs. Kaluo and Wm. White, had left tho Senuto Chamber
as soon as tho Chnlr had declared nn adjournment.)
It was finally decided to send out after the missing members.
Tho roll was callc.l, tho missing men "spotted" nnd the Sergcant-at-Arms
ordered to bring in the deserting Senators. Tho Messenger
was also ordered to let no Senator leave tho room. Hardly had tho
Sorgeant-nt-Arms left than Mr. Cecil Brown walked Into tho room,
locked tho drawers of his desk, took a piece of randy out of a bag on
tho tnblo, put It Into his mouth, and went out whistling, "I don't
caro If you never como back," a little off tho key.
The remaining Senators settled down to a quiet smoke, to await
the return of the Scrgeant-at-Arms. In the meantime, the House,
hearing of tho hot wave over In the Senate, adjourned and flock
ed over to the Bungalow.
Tho Scrgeant-at-Arms returned nftcr n half-hour's search and re
ported that he had seen all the missing Senators with the exception
of Mr. Crnbbe, and that they had nil answered: "Wo won't go back.
The Senate Is adjourned." He had been after Mr. Crabbc, who was
absent from tho house during tho afternoon, but he had been un
able to find him.
Seeing that further procedure nloug this lino was folly, Mr. J.
Brown moved to adjourn until 10 o'clock Saturday, and tho motion
prevailed, not, however, beforti Dr Russel had preferred charges of
contempt against the deserting members.
The following report, dealing with plaguo bills, was presented by
Dr. Russel when the Sennte first met yesterday afternoon, and It
was laid on the tabic, to bo taken up with tho Appropriation bill:
In regard to the unpaid bills of the Board of Health presented
by the Secretary of tho said Board and referred to the Committee
on Public Health, we beg to report as follows:
1. Of tho two lists for the amounts of J7.4t5.38 and $492.30
total, $7,937.08 wo recommend to striko out $285 on the bill of P.
Harrison, which amount Is not duo and not recognized by the
Board of Health, since tho said amount Is charged for moving F.
Harrison's own furniture out of tho condemned premises. Tho bal
nnco of $253 Is due to him nnd hns been paid.
3. There was a mistake of additions In the hrst bill of Hustace
& Co. on the original list amounting to $100, which mistnko being
corrected and all bills put together, gives a sum total of $528 due
him nnd to be paid.
3. Tho bill of I.oy Hlng Co, of $10.C0 Is stricken out, no such
man being found on Ilia place, according to the ntntoraent of tho local
postmaster to the Board of Health.
4. A bill of Pala Plantntlon Company of $205.30, alleged to bo
due for labor In suppressing tho bubonic plague on tho plantation Is
stricken out. since, In our opinion, plantations had to contribute
something In suppressing the dlecasrs In their own places, consid
ering tho suffering and losses of private poor citizens that nover
will bo adequately recompensed.
C. The rest of the bills on the two lists, which havo been
transferred to two new lists amounting to $7,072.91 nnd $192.30 total
$7,5C3.21 wo find due. and recommend to bo paid, although tho
Auditor, ns witnessed by tho Exhibit No. 1, lus refused to pay them,
on technical grounds.
All said bills nre approved by tho Board of Health, as witnessed
by tho Exhibit No. 2. Tho Exhibit No. 3 relates to Secretary Wil
cox's bill of $100.
J. B. KAOIII.
Queen Victoria's funeral cost much
less than many similar btato ceremo
nies In England. Tho funeral of Lord
Nelson Involved nn expenditure ot
$200,000. Pitt's funeral cost as much
and the Duke of Wellington's funeral
Robert C. Wlnthrop Jr., has given
Bowdoln College somo Interesting
relics of Its first patron, James Bow
doln, Including nn old dress suit of
black xelvet, lined with white satin.
There Is nlso an old dagger and a pair
of dueling pistols.
For eating, drinking, ana cooking,
rem, ciucious, la-rnmocs-
H. wins etmp t co im
Srkto,l Cora, M lb. till
Brier. C.M.Ut. ,BMwMtn.d),l Sl'i.uti.,
v OmueSwMlCbocUU,.41b..kki. Q
X roeeui .t LiAoiNaoeeotre. Y
9) Walter Baker &Oo. Ltd. $
X Vorchtiter, Hut., V, S. A.
Tantalus Tree Cutting
The cutting of the forest trees on
the heights by order ot Jared Smith,
Director of the Experiment Station, has
been tho source of much worry to cltl
tens nnd officials who have seen tho
trees grow from seedlings to full size.
Acting Governor Cooper and J. H.
Boyd made a tour of Inspection Thurs
day nnd tho sight that met their eyes
on Tantalus made them shed real tcari.
Fifteen acres ot fine forest had been
demolished by the nx, and smouldering
fires showed how tho fahen trees had
been disposed of.
Yesterday Mr. Cooper sought an In
terview with Mr. Smith upon the sub
ject, and, after bearing Ms plans In de.
tall, said that he felt much better. Th
Acting Governor said to a Bulletin re
"Mr. Smith explains that he Is work
Ins under the direction of his superi
ors nt Washington nnd that they havo
a well-matured plan which, when
worked out, will result In great benefit
to tho Islands. It vas necessary In
these plans to havo a tract for experi
mental services abovo tho 1,000-foot
elevation. There was no other placo
than tho one selected by Mr. Smith. 1
nm now preparing tho proclamation
which will formally turn over to the
Federal Government the tract for tht
BRYAN AND THE GAMBLERS.
Lincoln, Neb.. Slay 1C Mr. Bryan
attacks Wall street In this week's
Commoner. Ha says:
"A record of Wall street's doings for
the last week Is an Indictment against
our boasted civilization. That such
transactions are allowed Is as much a
reflection upon the Intelligence of the
country as It is upon the conscience of
tho people. It Is little less than amaz
Ing that a few men should bo permitted
to corner the market for their oun self
Ith purposes, beat down tho price of
ono Btock and boom tho price of an
other stock, demoralizing business and
Jeopardizing the Interests of all classes
of society. How will the historian i!e-
scrlbo tho ago In which a petty thief
In severely punished, while great crimi
nals go unwhlpped? It often takes an
object lesson to arouse tho people to
tho evils of a bad system, and the re
cent fluctuations In the stock market.
costly as they havo been, will be cheap
If they lead to legislation which will
put an end to stock gambling, erron
eously described ns 'business'."
Mr, Bryan also declares that a crisis
In financial affairs is Imminent, and
insists that tho tecent flurry has de
prived tho advocates of the trust sys
tem of their greatest argument, that It
was an Insurance against panics.
THE FAMILY FRIEND.
No remedy has as good a right to
that title as KIckapoo Indian OIL It
is good for Internal and external use;
It Is pain's most powerful panacea. No
one can Bay "I won't" havo neuralgia,
rheumatism, earache or any other
ncuto pain, but everyone who has a
bottle ot KIckapoo Indian Oil In the
house can say with confidence "I
won't" have neuralgia or any other
pain long. Tho power of this oil over
pain is marvelous. Toothache, car
ache, headache, neuralgia and rheuma
tic pains, dysentery, dlrrahoca, cholera
morbus, colic, cramps, and all acute
pains yield Instantly to It You are al
ways proof against pain with a bottle
In tho house. Hobron Drug Co.,
agents for KIckapoo Indian Remedies.
WIRELESS POINTS MORAL.
Mount Vernon, N, Y May 1C Tho
Rev. C. II, Tlndall, tho pastor of the
Reformed Church of this city, has se
cured tho services ot an electrician,
who recently gave exhibitions of wire
less telegraphy In .Madison Square
Garden. This man Is to set his ap
paratus up lii the church so that the
clergyman may uso It In Illustrating
his sermon on "Wireless Telegraphy
und Its Spiritual Similitudes."
The Illustrations will consist In send
ing signals and messages about the
church, and Mr. Tlndall said today It
Is possible n small trolley car might bu
run from ono end of tho church to tho
other without tho aid of wires If the
apparatus Is In good working order,
Tho clergyman will endeavor to
show In his sermon that God works
largely through nnturo, and that elec
tricity Is ono of Ills most powerful an
well as Interesting agents.
Pnln-KIUer, tho old and well known
remedy has acquired a world-wide re
nown for tho cure of sudden colds,
coughs, etc., weak stomach. Indigestion,
cramp or pain In the stomach, bowel
complaint, diarrhoea and dysentery. It
has lost none of Its good name by re
peated trials, but continues to nccupf
a prominent position In every family
medicine chest, Avoid substitutes, there
Is but one Paln-KUlcr, Perry Davis.'
Price 25c and SOc.
The "Royal" Lawn Mower
is already here. The "Royal"
don't cut much ice but it's a wonder
on grass. You should get one.
Ball Bearings : : : : :
E. O. HALL. & SON,
KING AND FORT STREET.
HAVING PURCHASED THB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF MR. CHAS. HU8TACB, we wish to
Inform the general public that we are prepared to fill
orders promptly, every attention will be given to careful delivery.
We ask a share of your patronage : : : :
BBST - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J, DAY & CO,
The New Transcendent Lamps
of 500. IOOO. and 1500 C. P.
l"6b,ooo annually are paid by the People of Honolulu for
Electric Lights; of this amount $55,000 can be saved.
As much light as that of an Electric Arc No merchant would pay twice as much
and of a far better quality at a co of less rent as necessary. Why will he pay ten
than tf cper hour. One lO C. P. Incan- times as much for Merit ? We refer by
descent Electric bulb costs more per hour permission to Elite Ice Cream Parlors, also
than one 500 candle power Transcendent to the Holllster Drug Co., Honolulu Dru;
Arc. The Transcendent system of Incan- Co. and the Hawaiian Hotel, where ths
descent petroleum lighting Is very simple, light can be seen,
easily careJ for and Inexpensive to Install. Lights of all styles can be seen. Infor
Passed by the Board formation and details will be gladly given
of Underwriters : : : at the office of
JUST RECEIVED new, durable and cheap house lamps, one to two hundred
WASHINGTON LIGHT COMPANY, MAS0NIC TEMPU
Honolulu steam laundry
great reduction in prices
having made large additions to our machinery, we are
now able to launder
spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, - table napkins,
at the rate of 25 cents per dozen, cash, satis
factory work and prompt delivery guaranteed, no fear of
clothing being lost from strikes, we invite inspection of our
laundry and methods at any time during business hours.
ping up main 73
and our wagons will call for your work.
The Gunn Sectional Book-case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
The Coyne Furniture Co., ud.
t FP. O. BOX 6JI. PROGRESS BLOCK.
rnu.x; yi j
CLEARANCE SALE OF FANCY GOODS.
Being overstocked with art Roods, and havlnc
received a large consignment of new goods, 1
must make room (or them. The present stock
will be closed out : : : : : ;
FREE INSTRUCTION IN EMBROIDERY
will be given to every purchaser of thee goods.
NOW IS THE TIME to purchase goods for sum
mer fancy work. ; : : : : :
MRS. H H. WILLIAMS.
With the City Furniture Storr. Love Building. Fort Street
Voi7' nJSi'm.C'rrrinr CI FAD I AlfC
PACKED ON FAHM
FRMB.PtT!RSOn&C? P V
CC4ST ACCNTS, '
M-5J CALIFORNIA S7..SF.
froth and Sweet
Robertson & Wilder
HAVE MOVED THEIR LAW OFFICES
MERCHANT STREET : : i :
K30MS -!, '-'. 137. )4'IW SICOND FLOOR
W. Austin Whiting,
W.' J. Robinson,
Removed to Room 306, Judd Building