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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H , THURSDAY. JUNE 27," 1901.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
ai 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO , LTD.
WALLACE! It. FA11IUNGTON. ..Editor
Entered at the Post Ofllce at Hono-
lulu as second-class matter.
Per month, an) where in U. 8....$ .
Per ear, anywhere In U. S.... S.00
Per sear, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable lnnrlably In niHance.
Post Ofllce Box 718
.JUNK 27, 1901.
Tom Fitch makes a mistake when he
thinks he Is entitled to a personal opin
ion xs opposed to what Thurston de
clares It ought to be.
Mr Woollcy Is coming to Hawaii
to start a Prohibition party. If he
will put prohibition of the voting
franchise In his political platform, he
Is sure to enlist the Thurston follow
ing In the new movement.
According to the Chief Executive
lew of the special session It would ap-
Hear tint this august Ofllclal believes
the Territorial Treasury can exist on
wind and salary warrants ns well as
public work paid for In "I-told-jou-
The Advertiser as having a difficult
task In convincing the people that,
the California annexation schemo Is I
not one of those Humphreis night-1
mares that haunt the spiteful nature
of Owner Thurston. Mr. ThurstonV
motives have been too well exposed for1
th people to give more thnn a passing
smile to the latest plpo dream.
The action of the Senate In tabling
the House salarj bill elves promise of
another war of word provided our
legislators have not come to the con
clusion that a spirit 6f compromlso
and cooperation must rule their de
liberations. It Is possible for the Sen
ate and House to rxach an understand
ing nnd finish the Appropriation bill In
a few days Whatever antagonisms
maj exist should bo squelched out of
regard for the Interests of the voters
of the Termor). I'ass the Appropria
tion bill and pass It quickly. The peo
ple demand It. It war there must be
postpone tho lighting till the next elec
tion. The death of Hazen S. Plngrec re
moves one of the most Interesting pub
lic men of the United States. I'lngre
was the exponent of a lino of politi
cal thought and action steadily pain
ing power throughout the Nation. Al
though he was roundl) denounced and
his followers surfer the same antago
nism at the hands of corporate uealth,
the principles he fought' for with
mnrked success are steadily gaining
gmund with the people nnd will beforo
many years make their power felt in
the Nation In no uncertain terms Pin
gree has been represented ns a freak,
a fool nnd an enemy of all things mak
ing for the welfare of the people. His
administration as Mayor of Detroit
nnd Governor of Michigan demon
stnnited the confidence placed In him
by the people Plngreo Is dead, but
the reforms he fought for and In many
Instances secured will not bo wrecked
or the movement checked by reason
of the lack of guiding hands or strong
PLAGUE IN HONGKONG.
The report on tbo plague In Hong
kong made to the Board of Health )cs
terday by the Federal Quarantine Offi
cer of this port should serve to Increaso
the vigilance of local authorities and
the people In carrying out protective
Experience has Bhown that thero is
little danger of the Introduction of
plague from the Oriental ports pro
vided a vigorous campaign Is made,
against the rats. Tht so rodents are
the chief factors In the spread of tho
disease and if the people of the city
give a little time to the destruction of
rats they will furnish the ounce of pre
vention that is worth pounds of cure.
Japan has taken up the rat campaign
and although In constant communica
tion with Hongkong there has been no
reappearance of the disease along tho
lines of communication.
Hawaii has had one experience and
it ought not to be necessary to urge
the Inauguration of measures to make
assurance doubly suro that tbo experi
ence shall not be repeated In any de
tail. The Federal officers In all the
American ports of the Pacific are keep
ing close watch on conditions In tbo
Orient and are exercising especial care
in handling ships and cargoes from
Oriental ports, particularly Hongkong.
Any cooperative measures that can be
carried out by the citizens not only fur
nish valuable assistance to the Federal
authorities, but establish an Insurnnco
on tho freedom of traffic with all Pa
cific ports that cannot fall to be appre
ciated by all classes.
Honolulu will never have a recur
rence of Its plague affair of former
da) s Constant activity In destrojlng
the rats will so far remove the prob
ability of the Introduction of plague
from the Orient that It will become h
MILLIONAIRE UNION MAN.
Coloi ado Springs, Colo, June 17.
Wlnfield Scott Stratton,. who has rein
Nested 10.000,000 In buying and devel
oping Cripple frcek mines, has ap
plied for membership In the Carpen
ters' Union' of Colorado Springs.
"I was a humble carpenter myself
once," he said in explanation, "and I
know what it Is to work for a dollar
a da), and often couldn't even get that,
Unions are elevating; they Increase
tho respect of employers and enable
the union man to get wages that will
educato his children and fit them for
higher and more remunerative walks of
life. I am spending $50,000 a month
developing mining property, from
which I will not take out a cent In ore
until tho full valuo of the territory la
explored, and every cent of that mon
ey goes to union labor. I am paying
$3 to $5 a day, when I could hire men
for half that price, but It would not
be profitable nor right for n former
worklngman to take advantage of the
necessities of his fellowmcn."
Washington, D. C, June 10. A but
Ictln Just Issued by the Census Bu
reau, on Incorporated places of the
United States, makes the explanation
that the final determination of the
population of Honolulu, was not 'ac
curately stated In the bulletin Issued
last October, but should be 39,303, as
compared to 22,907 In 1800.
In this same connection, attention Is
called to the fact tint the population
of this metropolis constitutes 23 5 per
cent of the population of the Hawaiian
Islands, which Is exactly the same pro
portion of the entire population made
up by Honolulu ten years ago. Hnno
lulu, by the way, Is ihe only Inoor
porated city In the grijtp. Continuing,
the bulletin says:
"The present census of the Hawaiian
Wands Is the first census taken under
the auspices of the United States, the
Islands not having been annexed until
August 12, 1S9S, under an Act of Con
gress approved July 7, 1898, but a cen
sua has been taken under the direction
of the. Hawaiian Government at six-
j car Intervals from I860 to 1S90, Inclu-
fhc, and the figures ilerhcd from the
nl. tnkpn n nt rip'omher 2S
,8C(, for purpo,C9 of comparlson In
this bulletin. Honolulu city, so-called.
It coextensive with Honolulu district,
but Is not In reality Incorporated. It is
to all Intents and purposes a munici
pality, however, and Is Included, there
fore ns one of the Incorporated places
in 1890 and 1900."
J. A. BltECKONS.
Washington, D. C, Juno 15. Col.
Samuel Parker of Honolulu accom
panied by his son, James Parker, re
cently .arrived in Washington, where
he was greeted by a host of old frleiids.
This is tho first time the son has been
to tho United States. In all prob
ability he will enter one of the large
American colleges next fall.
Mr. Parker sals he Is entirely out of
politics, and has been ever since his
defeat by Mr. Wilcox. He Is supposed
to be Interested In tho petitions that
have been tiled for nnd against the re
moval of Governor Dole. Tho prolong
ed Illness of Mrs McKlnlcy, and the
heavy pressure of Cuban and Philip
pine matters, has not as yet allow ort
the President opportunity for consider
ing this matter, and In fact. It mar be
postponed for some weeks yet,
J. A. BUECKONS.
G. A. R. BOYS TO MOVE.
fleo. W. Do Long Post, having been
obliged to vacate Harmony hall, where
it has assembled once a month for the
past eighteen sears. Is looking about
for another hall. There Is a scheme on
foot to erect a two story building on
Smith, near Hotel street, the first
story to be used as a store, the second
floor for meeting purposes. The plan
Is feasible and all it wants to Insure
success, is for the right man to take
hold of It. In the meantime the "boys"
will have to "make shift" as best they
can, cither holding their meetings In
private houses or otherwise.
Kohala Fourth Class.
Washington, D. C, June 14. Uecause
of a decrease In postal receipts during
the past jcar, the post office at Kohala,
Hawaii, will bo reduced from third to
fourth class on the 1st of July,
J. A. BRECKONS.
J. M. VIVAS
Attorney at Law
& Notary Public.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Financial nnd Ileal EstateAgent.
T 'V, !
POST OFFICE LANE
HONOLULU, T. H.
TEU MAIN 115. P. O. BOX 442,
Telephone to All Farts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIENRIQUES, PHOP. .
Horses and Carriages
Fop Bxcursl ins
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna Lea.
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where tho steamer Is met
When you take a lite Insurance policy
you want absolute! protection, aside
nnd distinct from your investments
You do not want the life Insurance
company to put your money In a Biigar
plantation In which you have nlready
Invested. It the sugar plantation falls,
your Ufa insurance policy falls of Its
purppse. Iff you want W leave all your
money in the Islands, Invest It your
self: If you want life Insurance put
It In a good company, Incorporated un
der tho laws of a State which does not
permit a life Insurance company to
speculate In stocks or to loan thi
policy holders' money on wheat and
corn fields. Tho Qermanla Life In
surance Co. of New York has more
assets for each $1000 of Insurance in
force than any other company in the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
DIAMOND HEAD GASOLINE
In specially coated tins and heavy
cases to prevent leakage : : :
Sampltt now on
An Involct to arrive on tht
A Full Line of Dixon's
One Style Out of Many
of a new
UP - TO -
Stylish, roomy and comfortable.
Standard Goods. - None Better.
SCHUMANS CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
TEL. MAIN 20$.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that
Also Poultry, Salmon and
FOR 8ALB AT
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
selection to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
refei-ences In San Francisco. '"
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Market fir Post Sts., 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
picparcu vu mmiMi special ucsigna.
Being overstocked with art goods,
Bigiiinent of new goods, I must
stocK win do cloaca out : :
will bo given to every purchaser of
purchase goods for summer
MR 8. H H.
Wllh the City Furniture Storr.
l Manufactured from Pure
Distilled Water -
Delivered free to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oahu Ice and Electric Co.
TEL. BLUE ISI
HOFFMAN & MARKHAM.
IOO DOLLARS RtSWARD
lor cue ol Tick, that Tuupuulln.'
will not radici On tal. at tht
CITY FEED STORE
J) I KEREMNIA STOUT.
PRICE 80c phR BOTTLE.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
' huuanu' now 4ut.
FORT AND ALAKEA.
P. O. BOX 664
has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamo ana kopk always
n The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
1 The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
OF FANCY GOODS.
nnd ltnving lemved a lnrco eon
make room for them. Tho present
these goods. OW IS THE TIME
fancy work. : : : : :
Love Building. Fort Street
For the Convenience of the Patrons
of the MOANA HOTBL,
busses will leave regularly to
and from the city, as follows:
From corner King
and Fort Sts.
From Moana Hotel
9:30 a m
10.00 a m
4"45 P m
8:4$ 1 m
9:15 a m
5:jo p m
6 cop m
645 p m
Commutation tickets may be purchased
at the Hotel Office.
E. H. CARD.
Manager of Moana Hotel.
Grocers Shown Up !
3 . Hilo, Hawaii, June 7, 1901.
In rny Innocence 1 purchased
here in Hilo a jar of your
(put up by Mrs. E. G KU, RlchmonJ, Va 1
It brought me great trouble, and
one of three things must occur :
i. You must stop making them;
2. I must get them at less ex
3. I'm a ruined man.
Since my first venture I've had
many "jars.." My family from early
morn cry "Pickles;" neighbors ring
the door-bejl and shout "Pickles;"
relatives visit me In e;ipectation of
" Pickles." Your pickles are my
Nemesis. Please, Dear Sirs,
quote them by the Keg, Barrel,
Hogshead, Ton or Shipload, and
Yours very truly,
To Lewis & Co..-
HONOLULU, T. H.
Henry R. Worthington
and Fort Streets.
TEL.. MAIN 100.
Engineers and Builders of
High Duty Direct Acting
and Crank and Fly Wheel
Pumpjng Engines. Elect
rically Driven Pumps,
Power Pumps, Centrifugal
Pumps and Water Meters.
Large stock of small pumps
hand for all services
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers k Dealers
AVo will Buy or Sell Real Estate In
all parts of the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
OFFICE. 10 WHST KlHQ STREBi
Real Estate. Broker
' 4 x
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs, and
HOUSES TO LET.
-' - CHIROPODIST
Corns removed painlessly.
Ingrowing toe-nails treated
Chase and Sanborn
Old Government Blend
Salter & Waity 1
TEL. 681 BLUB
ircbltacts, Contractors and Builders
Edward Ri Swain,
STANOEHWAIU BID ,
J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
f. O Box 160
Geo. W. Page. Tel. 229
P. W. Beartlslee, P, O. pox 778
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
rch!tcct & Builder
Office-Room 2-4, Arlington' Annex,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches anil Correct Estimates fur
nUhed on Short Notice. v 1441
OP ALL. KINDS. "
)ealers in Lumber and Goal.
ATjLEN Ar. KOBIN80N,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
P WTRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly, attended to. ,
To rear ot 'of stand. "Entrance on k
King street. Orders left at either shop
or office nt John Not tV store, King
street, will recehe prompt attention.
on all sorts of building.
OFFICE IN OLD ARLINGTON
to suit every
taste and every
purse : : : :
Lewers & Cooke,
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fresh Invoices of HUVLERS
CHOCOLATES per the
John A. Ha88ingcr
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses and
General Business Agent.
Office, Mclnemy Block.'next to C I. Falk.
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