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EVENING nUM.BTIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12. 1901.
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.JUNE 12, 1901,
A ROernment weakling eas the In
fluence of petitions Is well known In
Washington. Indeed It Is. The
urc to confirm certain cf the Ooernor'i
appointees affected the standing of the
Individuals Interested. It stands to
reason that a man would not care to
work In any department where he wa
not wanted. At tho same time neither
the officer nor his frl 'nds will allow
an attack upon personal Integrity oi
loalty to be made anJ accept It as ft,
matter of course.
DEALING WITH VICE.
Honolulu citizens bae spent so
much of their best 'nought, valuable
time and newspuper sracc to the ills
cueelon of the suppression of leo that
they cannot fall to ttud with profit the
following remarks Lj Dr. I.jn.an Ab
bott bcfoie the students ct Yale College:
"What we have to do Is crush out
vice completely. Simply to put It out
o' Bight, to put a criminal In jail and
then forget all about him Is not the
way to get lid of vice, we must not
take the vice of a city, put It off In a
Federal Government Is not disposed to ward bj Itself and command It to re
run counter to the obvious mandate of reain there. It will not do so. The
The Advertiser sajs that the thirty
men members of the liar Association
are not huntlni; ducks with a brass
band. They might as well be doing It,
however. Their efforts to save them
selves from Ignominy In their attack
upon Judge Humphrejs will be hate's
Kor drivelling nonense the report,
that either the low a or the Philadel
phia Is to be sent to Honolulu to l.cp
the ptnee Is superior In ill Its details
to an thing that has been sprung on
the public slnco the din of revolution)
and riots. What plalnt've rcqu'fl'b
tho executive or tho T'uirstonlan ion
gplratois may havo sent to Washing
ton none tan saj but themselves. Pos
sibly Hartuill mav have hud a dream
that another revolution Is on foot or
he may have wanttd a reminder of the
dav when he so persistently iuvocatel
thit the Amerlcau warships should be
ordered out of tho poit pnd the Hag of
cowardly neutrality rnlsd. Judging
from the Advertlier'n ri marks on
might be led to believe the peop'o wfu
beginning to fear the hordes of for
eign laborers or that the Japnnwn are
going to march on Pearl Haibot and
dispossess the land owners of their
high priced holdings. Whatever fears
may exist are phantasmagoric creations
which of all things will recelvo no con
sideration at the national lapltal. lit-
a. nit In l.t. nnm.nl nnil rttil nnitntrli tn
manage her own affair; The lovTa or the Ho! It I. courage and virtue
rest of the city will become tainted.
You cannot put sin In one corner of
the world and call that hell. You enn
not have tphold In these hills and not
have It In the city. You can't have
tho sewage of Havana flow Into Hava
na Day and the Southern Slates not
"The older we grow the less faith
wo have In reform. The rorklngmnn
Is the slave of the capitalist, go to,
lit us abolish the capitalist! Suppose
It Is abolished, what Is the result? Tho
old feudal svslem with Its man)
wrongs. Men grow tired of that and
abolish It. What results? Capitalist.
Men sn) do nvvay with the capitalist,
get j Id of Carncsle, but retain his gold.
There Is no reform except as that re
form makes It easy to abolish and de
"At RiHt ever) body Fold liquor, nnd
mild make a man drunk for a six
pence. Then people thought that there
should bo some restraint put upon
tho sale and they began to seek out
good and virtuous men Ui sell liquor.
"They followed this with tho high
license. Hut such a s)tem only gets
rid of a part of the ov II. The only w ay
to rid the land of the evil Is to wipe
It out. We did not know that there
were nuj; saloons In Kansas until we
heard of Mrs. Nation and her little
"The voutig man today starts out
with enthusiasm and Is laughed at. lie
Is told that drunkenness, licentiousness
nnd lawlessness have crane to stay. I
nny other warship win uc rormaiiy
greeted and It Is to bo hoped will bo
permanently stationed here liecause It
means mote monej for the clt) and It
will bo a demonstration to the pcoplo
of Hawaii as tho army post has been,
that the Federal army and navy does
not Interfere In local nffalis.
TUB WILCOX AFFAIR.
The summary dismissal of Secretary
Charles Wilcox b) the Hoard of Health
after his ten jeurs of what has been so
far as known, satlsfactor) service, has
catibed protests of Indignation ficm
Mr. Wilcox's many friends.
Tho Bulletin has maintained for
every government department th
right to employ men In whom the re
sponsible departmental head has con
fidence. The method followed b) tho
Health Board, however. In dealing
with Secretary Wilcox has not been In
Hue with tho more politic and accept
able course established In other de
partments where changes havo been
made, and has laid the Board open to
sharp criticism and untortunato 111 will
at a time when the situation abovo all
things calls for a spirit of cooperation
all along the line.
The Board Is charged with being ne
tttated by feelings of spite nnd holding
the Secretary responsible for legisla
tive action In refusing appropriations
for Board officers ba Ing business rela
tions with Board memoirs. All ol
which Is denied Individually nnd sev
erally by the Board. And an) respon
sibility for legislative action Is denied
with equal posltlvmess b) Mr. Wlltox.
It Is also denied 1 tho Board that It
had an) one "slated" for tho vacant
position or was actuated b) any other
tauses than Its view of tho "good o
If, asl stated by a contemporar), Mr.
Wilcox furnished Inclination to the
Legislature, he lld no more than tho
duties of his position called for nnd no
moie than he has done during prnvloui
legislative sessions. Certain!) there U
nit reason wh) such action on his part
has been marked up against him. Fur
thermore, It does not appear that the
Board gave Mr. Wilcox any opportun
ity to den) or nulrm rumors regarding
his efforts to "do up tho Board "
As to Secretaiy Wilcox's political 1
standing In tho Republican party, the
attempt of the Advertiser to dUncdlt
hi in nro decidedly laughable. Charles
Wilcox Is a member of the Republican
Territorial committee nnd has the full
confidence of the organization. Ho was
active In politics at the primaries Mid
In tho rampalgn. Ho was a faithful
and trusted worker and organizer and
fought the campaign thiough to n
finish. The onl) antagonism lie creat
ed was among those less successful. It
is a matter of recoid that every cam
paign workei secured through Mr. Wil
cox's effort stayed with the part) from
first to last. It Is also a matter of
record that the workers gathered In by
opponents of Mr. Wilcox In the sec
ond precinct primaries, went over to
tho opposition party Immediately the
campaign was on. Notable among this
number was the Rev, Kekipl who work
ed In tho Republican primaries for
and voted with the then so-called nils
'ulonary faction. Kekipl afterward ap
peared on the stump as an Independent
exhorter, being among the speakers at
tho big Independent tally held In tho
ruins of tho Knumaknplll church thu
night beforo tho election. Rev. Kekipl
has a right to associate himself with
xvhatever party be sees fit, but tho men
now attacking Mr. Wilcox's political
lojalty will do well to sing low and
look well to the stability of their own
Tho temoval of Mr, Wilcox from thn
(secretaryship of the Health Board will
not alter the confidence placed In him
fc) his friends, any more than the resig
nation of Rowcll and Shaw, or the fall-
that have come to stay. No comprora
lse must be made with wrong. What
are we here for' First, to get control
of the world. That Is civilization. Seo
ond to overt omo tho moral evil. That
Is Chrlstlault). But tho fight Is It long
one. My father used to Ray that If all
the lukewarm Christians eoulrt be tnK
en out of tho churches and each one
of them turned Into ten blatant infidels,
tho thurch tould appoint a day of re
joicing. 1 agree with him.
"It has been said that New York Is
the worst governed city In tho world
I do not bdlcve It, but If It Is so then
Philadelphia Is a close second nnd Chi
cago not a great way uelilml. We have
ns good government In New York as we
deserve. If gambling Is cnrrlcd on
there, If prostitution walks the streets
and vice nourishes un lor police protec
tion. It Is so because the honest, icpu
tablo citizens do not care enough about
honesty nnd rectitude In municipal af
fairs to get out nnd abolish the evil
If wo retnlrt It nnd apply to tho New
York Legislature to abolish It we shall
etlll retain It."
Ing, hailing from a plebeian ancestry.
Why is uku so partial, using his
Venom whether out of Jealousy or
malice, on one particular line, and
spare the others? However, this light
sprinkling of plebeian blood cannot
efface the "rich blue blood of several
generations past, of the "l'lllkaeaeas,"
Maw ekes," the "Paumakuos" and the
''Lanmnl-Kahlk!" lines, and It Is tn no
man's power to undo what Ood has or
dained, for the I.aanuls alwn)s were
the "recognized head" of the "royal
Iioubo of Keoua" from the time of Ka
mehnmeha I, owing to their seniority
by bfrth, and the) stand today ns "tho
only living legal representatives of
that line of Kings and Princes," and
arc entitled to be called Princesses
and Prince In their own rights," than
they who have been created by man,
"BY ONE WHO KNOWS."
Honolulu. June 12, 1901.
C. L WILC0X DISMISSED
At a meeting of the Board of Health
held Monda) afternoon, It was decided
to dismiss Secretary Wilcox forthwith.
It was not until )csterday morning that
Mr. Wilcox received his letter. It waa
but three lines long nnd gave no rea
sons for dismissal other than "for tb
good of the service." Dr. Cooper's
name was attached. Mr. Wilcox Waa
not allowed the courtesy of handlngfin
The action of the Board of Health
was the subject of much discussion )cs-
lerday, both about town nnd nt thq rnc
track. It was pointed out by many
that Mr. Wilcox had served most ac
ceptably under the Monarchy, the Pro
visional Government, the Republic nnd
the Territory nnd that he had worked
under such men ns W. O. Smith In a
most sallsfactor) manner. To havn
htm dismissed b) a Board that had
been sitting for only a few weeks was
something very hard to understand.
ADVERTISER'S FALL DOWN.
Peculiar to say, the Advertiser was
not "ahead as usual" ut the Kaplolanl
races jestcrJay. The Advertiser'
hoi so authority teemed to have his ol
da) for his choice Invariably got the
worst of the deal. Following Is th
way the Advertiser's alleged "jportln
idltor" picked the wlnniu:
2. Edna G.
3. Kealla Stable.
C. Waldo J.
9. Vlrgle A.
li. Molllc Connor.
12. Alnn Nul.
Following Is the way the races rcall)
1. Half-mile dash. Mollle Connors.
2, 2:40 class, Nettle H.
3. Five fuilongs, Hawaiian nreu
I. Hawaiian bred harness Edith U,
5. Wnlkapu Cup, Garterlrne.
6. Fiec-for-nll, Waldo J.
Mile dash, Hawaiian bred, Ama
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
DIAMOND BEAD GASOLINE
In specially coated tins and heavy
cases to prevent leakage : : :
RKni JJ S
WILKE PORCELAIN REFRIGERATORS
Samples now on exhibition.
An ln olee In arrh on the M IMNt!' now dut.
Grocers Shown Up !
Hilo, Hawaii, June 7, 1901.
In my Innocence I purchased
here In Hilo a Jar of your
(rut up by Mm E. G Klid, RktimunJ, V.
It brought me great trouble, and
one of three things must occur :
Chase and Sanborn
Old Government Blend
A Full Line of Dixon's Graphite Products.
One Style Out of Many
You must stop making them;
2. I must get them at less ex
3. I'm a ruined man.
Since my lirst venture I've had
m'.tny "Jars." My family from early
morn cry "Pickles;" neighbors ring
thedoor-bell and shout "Pickles,;"
relatives visit me in expectation of
" pickles." Your pickles are my
Nemesis. Please, Dear Sirs,
quote them by the Keg, Barrel,
Hogshead, Ton or Shiploid, and
Yours very truly,
Salter & Waity
TEL. 681 BLUE
rcbltects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
STANGCMVAIU BID ,
J. F. HI LEV.
Hoffman & Riley
I' O Box 160
CO Bo 1 trl
of a new line of
Stylish, roomy and comfortable.
Standard Goods. None Better.
SCHUMAN S CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
221 class, Woboy, ,
Four nnd onc-lulf furlong". Ka
Rosltn Cup. Wellfr.
Mile rncc, Alna Nul.
AS TO GENEALOGY.
IMItor Eicnlng Uullctln: I'lcasc In
sert tho following In jour paper. In
answer to an article which appeared In
tho Adertlscr of the 2"th of May last,
signed hy one "Uku, tegardlng tho
rank'of Mrs. It. W. Wilcox and her
Uvldently, Uku'a knowledgo of tit
rank of chiefs of this country, Is ns In
significant us tho loathsome Insect
from which ho bears his name. Oliliou
Knlllpalakl I.aanul, father of Mrs. It
V. Wilcox, was tho lineal descendant
by his paternal line of Kcaucikckahl-
nlllokamoku, nn ancient King of Ha
waii, nnd his Queen ICnlanlkuulelc
Iciwlnul whoso Issuo was Kcenumnkii
nul (a l'lo), who was tho father of
tor of tho "I.aanuls" tho "Kanicln
mchas" and the late King I.tinalllo.
The rank of a "l'lo" In the highest
amongst high chiefs of theso Islands,
which Is equivalent to that of "Roj.
nl I'rlnces" In foreign monarchical
countries, tho only supcrlot title to
this, being that of 'Mol" or "Sovei
clgn" of tho group I'rom another
ancestral line of the I.aanul family,
they were "Hereditary Itullng Chiefs"
of Wnlmca, Hawaii comprising all that
niea of land bounded r Ilamakua, Kn
hala and Knnn, likewise, on their an
cestral lino of Maul Kings nnd I'rlnces,
they were also "Hereditary Ruling
Chiefs" of liana nnd Klpahulu, Maul,
nnd by his (Kalllpalakl's) mother's
bIiIo was a descendant of "I.onolkamn
knhlklknpuoknlanl," another King of
Hawaii, consequently, they were nl
ways looked up,' tn hv tho people ns
"Ono of the Alll-Nuls of tho Itealm."
Amongst tho few chosen children of
High ChlefB selected b Knmohanicha
III to be educated at the old genuine
Royal School wns Lnnnul's daughter,
.Mrs. Kllzabeth Kekaanlau Pratt. In
those dnjs Klnuu's (a datif,hter of Kn
mchamcha I.) three rons nnd one
daughter were tho only ones who en
joyed the dignity of Princes nnd Prln
cesses and by couitesj, I.tinalllo who
wns doubly related to (he then ruling
power both on the Keona and Kaahtt-
mnnu lines was styled nlsn a Prince,
but the rest of tho High Chiefs ranked
ns Alll-Nuls, whilst thoso of Interim
rnnk or subordinates wcro Kaukau
Allls or Petty Chiefs In accordance
to their birth Kntnalkaopa-o-Ulla
tho mother of Mis. It. W. Wilcox who
was of plebeian blood was not a com
pinner of tho lowest degree, neither
wns she n "Knhu" to an othcis bull to
the family she married Into, ns the
piost Intimate friends nf tho '.annuls,
chiefs nnd commonei alike, can testify
Knlllpalakl was by no means tho III st
and only one who has wedded below his
Tho King of Orcccc Is preparing to
spend this summer In his usual odd
manner, that of turning farmer nnd
working In the fields with the laborers.
Don A. Henderson, I son of tho
Speaker of tho House, believes that a
joung man should male his start In
life without tho old of his parents, and
has nccoidlugly begun work In San
Pedro, Cnl , at $2 a day.
J. M. VIVAS
Attorney at Law
& Notary Public.
Auent to grant Marriage Licences.
Financial and Real Estate Agent.
1- -1- !
POST OFFICE LANE
HONOLULU, T II.
TEL. MAIN 115. P. O. BOX 4i2.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENKIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
For Bxcursi ins
to the Volcano or the Mountains,
TEL. MAIN 205.
MERCHANT ST., BET. FORT AND ALAKEA.
P. O. BOX 604
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish (0
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
J Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Sulmon and Halibut.
To Lewis & Co..
HONOLULU, T. H.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104
An excellent chance Is offered for
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S, S. Mauna Loa at
Kallua and take them overland to Hookena
where the steamrr Is met aealn.
When )ou tnke a llfo insurance policy
on want absolute protection, nelrta
nnd distinct from jour Inustments
Yon do not want tho life Insurance
company to put jour money (11 n sugar
plantation In which ou hno already
Invested. If tho sugar plantation falls,
jour life Insurance policy fulls ot Its
pmposo. If j on want to leno all jour
money In the Islands, Imest It jour
self: If you want life Insurance, put
It In a Rood company, Incorporated fin
der tho laws of n Stato which does not
permit a llfo Insurance company to
speculate In stocks or to loan thi
policy holdeis' money on wheat and
corn fields, Tho Oermanla Life In
suranco Co. of Now York has morn
assets for each 11000 of Insurance In
force Chan any other company In the
Notice Is hereby cl en tint I have this
day, with the approval of the Acting
Go ernor of the Territory of Hawaii, com
lames W. Pratt, Baq ,
Assessor for the First Taxation Division,
Territory of Hawaii, vice Jonathan Shaw,
Esq , resigned, to take effect July 1st. 1901,
WM. H. WRIGHT,
62-U Treauier, Territory of Hmall.
P. W. BtudiH.
BBARD6k.EE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
lonolulu, H, I,
Skttches and Correct Estimates furnish
it Short Notice. 1441
OP ALL KINDS,
)ealers in Lnmbor and Goal.
Qoson Ktrnet. Honolulu
f N TRACTOR AND
ubblng : Promptly ; Attended : To.
i. P. BEttTBLMAN'S
" Carpenter Shop
0 rr of old stand. Entrancs on King
'st. 0t$ left at either shop, or oflict,
t John Nott's '3re, Klne. strtet, will rt-
v. wrrtmr Htt.r,Inn, tiYI'tf
In the Circuit Court of the First
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii.
SHREVE & CO., Sao 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
select' jn to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Market O Post 8t 8. 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
jrtparcd to furnish special designs.
the New Transcendent Lamps
of OOO, 1000, and 1500 C. P.
JGo,ooo annually are paid by the People of Honolulu for
Electric Lights; of this amount $55,coo can be saved. f
As much light as that of an Electric Arc No merchant would pay twice is much
and of a far better quality at a cost of less rent as necessary. Why will he pay ten
than Uc. per hour. One 16 C, P Incan- times as much for light ? 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 HoIIIster Drug Co., Honolulu Drug
Arc. The Transcendent system of Incan- Co. and the Hawaiian Hotel, w here the
descent petroleum lighting Is very simple, light can be seen,
easily cared for and inexpensive to Install. Lights of all styles can be seen. In'or
Passed by (he 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
candle pow er.
WASHINGTON LIGHT COMPANY, masonictfmpi
CLEARANCE-SALE OF FANCY GOODS.
Being overstocked with art goods, and having
received a large consignment of new goods, I
must make room for them. The present stock
will be closed out : : : : : :
Order for Spcblul Term.
Deeming It essential to the promotion of
justice, I do order tint a special term of
the Circuit Court of the FIM Circuit be
held In the Judiciary Building In Hono.
lulu, commencing TUESDAY, the 18th
day of JUNE, A D. 1001, at ten of the
clock In the forenoon of said day and con
tinuing for the period provided by law.
Done at Chambers this rJ Jay of June,
A. O. 1001.
(MgneJ) A. S. HUMPH11EYS,
The forego'ng order Is hereby approved.
(signed) W. P. FREAR.
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court cf
the Territory of Hawaii.
Dated June 1, 1901. 1857-td
on all sorts of building.
OFFICE IN OLD ARLINGTON
FREE INSTRUCTION IN EMBROIDERY
will be given to every purchaser of the'e goods.
NOW IS THE TIME to purchase goods for sum
mer fancy work. ::::::
MRS. H H.
Wllh the City Furniture Ston.
Love Building. Fort Street
For the Convenience of the Patrons
of the MOANA HOTEL,
busses will leave regularly to
and from the -lty, as follows:
From corner King
and Fort Sts. ,
:jo a m
8.00 a m
8'4; a m
9:15 a m
4!) p m
.. o&op m
From Moana Hotel
8.30 a m
i) 30 a m
1. :00 a 111
4:45 P m
6 01 p m
6:45 P m
to suit everv
taste and e ery
purse : : : :
Lewers & Cooke,
Commutation tickets may be purchased
at the Hotel Office.
F. M. SMITH,
Man.tger of Moana Hotel.
Robertson & Wilder
HAVE MOVED THEIR LAW OFFICES
MERCHANT bTREET ::'.'.
I OOMS Xf, ie6, w, J4-1W StCOMJ flOOR
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Removed to Room 306, Judd Building
314 FORT 8T
HAS THE BfcST ASSORTMENT OF
Pnolflc Island Curios IN THE
FRESH HOME-MADE POI ON TUESDAYS
Tiuo .lob Punting nt tlie Bul
W, H. THONE. Proprietor.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fresh Invoices of HuYLERS
CHOCOLATES per the
John A. Haesingep
flKciu 10 Kra'H marriage ucenses and
General BlsIikss Agent.
Office, Mclnerpiy Blcck, next to C. I. Falk.
rank, Theio aro other chiefs now Hv