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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. !. T., MONDAY. JULY .-8, 1901.
Tins 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
I Save Moved
my phiriblng business to the
CORNER OF BERETANIA AMD
EMMASTS. Telephone, White
3571, where I have In stock the
f following goods :
npr 'ed Iron and steel clad,
vW u 'e plated trimmings;
- . ,p ic lined.
W ' Wash Out,
S . P't
Wash Tra .
with wood (...t
Slcp Slnki. t '
Water Pipe, r. -
rc'nxJ. Gali v, ?,
JobbbigP "1 '
WoiV. an i V
1 cor Tra
J2S. Nott r ' v cr Plumber.
5an(. " i'g Strew
Tl-UrPM . -O. 81.
hot? u i
l 3 11 TT
S&tf METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Cdwalred Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pip and Gutter Work.
JfcWJ Strict, bet . Queen an4 Merchant Honolulu.
Jobfc l promptly .Kefls'eA It.
Tel. White 41 P.O. Box 270.
fttice to Properly Owners.
I have- in my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
ww ready to figure on your work at the
:hnmt prices. My men are Union Men.
vt ne a trial. .
C. H. BROWN,
Territory Stables, King St.
Bar tnfl fins Dealers.
1st OXTMMB, AND WHOL1I1L1
file ana Lipr Dealers
Aajwt. to tba Bottl4 Re.lr.1ef Beer of SaatUa.
No. 19 Ndtjanu Htkbkt
tor Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian Iiuhdi.
r O. Bohit. Mutual T.lepBoo iaS.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
fenur' Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
225 Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
.1o Beer to Burn,
lufc Beer to Beat the Band
LARGE INVOICE OF.
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay ; it's going
last, but there's more com
Ing every month.
L. H. PEE. Prey.
S. I. Shaw & Co.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Letups' St. Louis Beer
Lenps' Extra Pale and Tally
The best of 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
eoOD TONIC All city ordersdellverrd free
I ;haree. Family trade our specialty.
TELEPHONE MAIN 174.
Poisons, Physicians and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
kooms eoj-ioq, OFttce, Maim, i!i,
Boston Buiidino Residence.
Fort Street. White, 86i.
HOURS tt A. m, to 1. p.m :
. ito j p. m : t to e p. m.
P.O Box Sol. SUNDAYS Ifl r. M.
DR. W. H. MAYS
881 Beretanla Street,
,. 7 to 8 Telephone 601
DR. J. T. WAY80N,
445 BERETANIA ST.
OFFICE HOURS ,0"S: tS JsjaRS:
TEL. Main 146
OH. C. A. PETERSON
as rt-orxt ed his office at . .
a6 Emma Street
(9-1 1 A.M.I
A a- 4 P.M. )
V 8 P.M. J
1 WALTER HOFFMANN.
QERETANIA STREET (opposite the
Telephone 610. P. 0. Box, 501.
Office hours: 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to I
m.;? to 8 p. m.;Sunr'ays, 8 to 11 a. m
Drs. Mori and Kobayashi
OFFICE, ALAKCA STRfcET,
Next lo Pacific Clue.
S KOBAYASHI, W D. IOA MODI, M.D.
8 to tot, m, totoiaa. m.
5 to 6 p.m. (except Surday) Ttofp 01.
Dr. W. S. Noblitt
KINO STREET, NEAR ALAKCA.
10 a. m. to 1 p. m. : t p. m. to 8 pi m,
9 to to a. b. and t to 6 p. m
At Kallhl rest Jcnca from $ to 6 )o every venlne.
Dr. F. J. Rayncr,
Crown and Bridge
IICV'RS g TO 4.
304 Boston Block.
OR. ALBBRT E. NICHOLS
XD to n. 1 1 1; t.
112) Alakei Street, next to Masonic
Office Hours 9to4
. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL. D. D. S.,
Lots Building, Fort Street
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 434.
Dp. W. G. Rogers
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
New Special Treatment for. Deafness
No charge for consultations.
OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.C.A.
HOURS-q to 12-2 to 4:30-7 to 8.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON DIDO , FORT STREET
OVER MAY A CO.
J. T. DE BOLT HA8 REMOVED HIS
law offices to room 602, top (Cth) floor,
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
308 Stangenwald Building
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Removed to Room 306, Judo Building
Attorney at Law.
J3 A. S., King St., :- Honolulu.
PtTPRSON J, A. MATTHEWMAN
Peterson & Matthewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
P. O. Box i6 iS KAAHUMANU ST
rtiEPHOrn, main i63
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Counsellor at L,av.
OFFICK-Bethel St., near the Post Office.
W 314 FORT ST.,
XX Has the Best Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
In tho City.
FRFSH HOME-MADE POI ON TUES
DAYS AND FRIDAYS.
C. 1). Hudson, the artist, here with
the Klsh Commission from Washington
Is limning on academy board some
most charming portraits. His models,
like Trilby, pose for the altogether.
He paints, the nude and leaves out all
drapery. His subjects are the many
hued specimens from the piscatorial
world, captured by patient natives,
nbose knowledge of the haunts of tbe
finny tribe has made their services In
dispensable to tho success of the mis
sion of the learned gentlemen from
Washington and Stanford University.
These specimens ore not mackerel or
mullet, nor aro they halibut or squid.
They are bright butterfly colored, cuto
little fellows, picked up by experts In
the shady holes outside the reef.
It would seem a simple matter to
secure a basketful of brilliant colored
fish nt the market, pick out the best
specimens and then All In the colors
upon the penciled design. But Hudson
doesn't work that way. Ho says all
dead flsh aro faded. He says further
more that tho color propysltlon In a
tropical flsb of paradise, is a psycho
logical, not a physical attribute.
Hudson's studio Is an Interesting
den. It is not in nt attic nor under
a eucalyptus tree. Ho Is perched on
n bench at tho outer end of the pier,
scawnrd from the Moana hotel. He
has before him a glass aquarium, full
of Bca water. Hero he poses his models
They arc nn shy as the most Innocent
perfection that oer exposed her
ihnrms to tho eye of master artist for
tho first tinle. They scintillate color
from quivering fin; evanescent tints
radiate from filmy tails. One of these
piscatorial gems from the deeper wa
ters of Hawaii, looked like it might
have been mado by a jewvlsmith In
some dark unfathomed cave, whero
jewels hnio eyes that sec and hearts
that bqat and become afraid. This
bright particular jewel had sides of
BhtninerltiR gold dotted with tiny stars
of deepest purest blue. Ho would ca
vort about In his little glass jail, to
tho despair of tho artist who watched
for every changing gleam of color,
like a cat laying for a mouse.
"You know, thise tropical llttlo
peacocks of the ocean change color at
will," said Hudson, 'laying down his
brush and turning naturalist. "I can
produco a variation of colors In that
restless scamp, equal to that shown by
tho flro dancer nt the circus. I will
first show how a little six Inch flsh
lights or attempts to scaro awny on
enemy by n flash of startling colors."
So saying, Hudson rubbed the corner
of the glass tank with his hand, pro
s t 4 .f s a . s s. $ $ $ j. s $ ?.
Til! CHIP FUNDS
Editor Evening Bulletin: The Mon
ey Will Bo Used. The sum of $235,000
deposited by Chinese Imigrants soon
to be transferred to tho Treasury.
Thus Is heralded another freak prop
osition which Is put forth In the Ja
cobin speech with a line clutching at
the ducats by tho Ksau-llko digits.
Read sections 15(3 to 1590 of Ilnl
lou's compilation of the Penal Laws of
the defunct V, G. and Repuullc of Ha
waii and taken In conjunction with tho
deposits In tbe Postal Savings Bank
they form another set of links in tho
chain which is being welded around
the nets and actuations of tho men who
held the reins of power through those
seven years of "seeking political union
with the United States." Seven years,
full of the grossest Inconsistencies and
the rankest yielding of duty to tho Im
portunities and amenities of class de
What do the figures heading fill,
column, taken lu conjunction with tho
law making necessary'tnls deposit im
ply? They imply a contract between
the planting Interests and thu people
(represented for tho tlain by tho Dols
oligarchy), by which laborers liiounht
into the country undu- contract were
to be forthwith deportct on expiration
of the term of tho contract; that in or
der to facilitate and Insure tho means
for such deportation a certain sum was
monthly taken from I he laborers'
wages to bo deposited in the govern
ment treasury for tho sole uso and
Lcneflt of the pe:sou departing tho
same. That in order to Insure the
Identity of such pcr&ou within the
terms of the law two photographs of
htm were to bo furnished tbe govern
mentone to bo, retained by tho. Board
of Immigration, the other to be at
tached to tho laborer's certificate of
Under these conditions what was the
plain intent and purpose of the law?
Was it not that the terms under which
these laborers were brought Into the
country were to bo enforced and did
not tbo conditions created make them
But If that were done there might be
a semblance of honesty of purpose and
tnat would havo been fatal to tboss
who were then In power.
By what manner of moral suasion.
Christian rectitude or legal jugglery
the Attorney General can maintain
that this monvy deposited for a special
purpose is now available (or some otn
er purpose ts beyond the comprehen
sion of any sane man.
Judged by tho foregoing, what is thu
conclusion that murSt bo reached? It
there Is this amount on deposit it
proves that there wero 0500 Chinese
unlawfully , In this Territory on the
6th day of August, 1898, to say noth
ing of the 14th day of June, 1900, and
that It was reasonably posslblo with
the means, nt hand, to identfy and do
port nine-tenths of these in the Inter
val since tbe expiration of their con
tracts. It further Bhows that C500 Chinese
are illegally roglstcred and there is nn
doubt but that numbers of them could
still be Identified by reason of their re
cent registration and the consequent
ability to comparo names, photographs,
etc. Hut God forbid that such u tourso
be pursued, for that might mako tho
advent of tho white carpetbagger a pos
sibility.. How would It do for tho Attorney
General to suggest to tomo lawyer the
desirability of making n test case be
fore I'ncle Sam's local Judicial mill;
but then that would not da either, be
caubo before tho ather fellow had got
well under wny tho Attorney Qcnei.il
would find that tbo gentleman of the
bar was his former friend and ally au.1
would move for a "Knoll prois."
Whero wero Truthful Jcems Glrvln
and the Board of Immigration during
the time this Incubus with the big
bank deposit has been "flno feathering"
among us? Undoubtedly a poll of these
OF BRILLIANT HUE
duclng light vibrations. Scenting
unngcr Mr. Fish stiffened his fin and
so far as color goes, altered his an
pearanco to that of a hideous Chinese
dragon. Dark purple spots alternated
with fiery yellow. Blood red flanks
and gills, made the effort of the little
flsh to look bad, quite as comical as a
clever four year old assuming the gait
of a Bowery tough.
"Now see how he acts when afraid,"
said the artist, and he plunged a pine
stick Into water, tapping the llttlo
beauty on tho nose. "See, he has quit
nis biun and is a turncoat." The pur
pie changed to a sand hue, the red be
came mother of pearl and the yellow
dimmed Into dirty sllvor. "Slnco he
failed to bluff his enemy, he seeks to
elude him by becoming Invisible.'
And. the lusterless flsh, to bear out tho
veracity of his nortralt rmlntcr. tried
to bury himself In tho two Inches of
sand upon the bottom of his prison,
That explains the psychological sldo
of the colored flsh. But after all It Is
purely physiological. Tho color ma
tcrlal is deposited in glands which aro
contracted or expanded as the flsh may
choose. When ho thinks he can bluff
an enemy, he squeezes tho llttlo sacks
that hold his bluffing colors, sending
tho green, red and yellow spraying
through his cuticle. When the bluff
(alls be withdraws the pyrotechnic
hues to his color bags and as near
like a corpse ns possible ho plunges to
a temporary grave in tho sand.
Mr. Hudson finds It very difficult to
keep a senslthc flsh in one mood long
enough to transfer Its especial mood
to tho canvas. Ho finishes nbout one
n week. He says there Is not creature
in nature that gives such astonishing
combinations of color as the bottom
fishes of the tropics. Nearly all bottom
sea llshes have tho power of changing
color nt will. They furnish colors
which often taxes an artist's color ma
terials to reproduce. The pure blue,
the perfect yellow and the vermllllon
shades aro the most difficult to at'
Tho pictures painted by Mr. Hudson
will belong to the United States Flsh
Commission and will be printed in
colors In the published report of the
Hawaiian expedition. A preliminary
report or the expedition will bo mdo
to Congress early In tho coming ses
sion, with the hope of arousing Interest
to a degree that will secure a largo ap
propriation for prosecuting the study
of Hawaiian fishes on a much larger
scalo. Tho work of tho expedition, so
far has resulted in tho discover)' of
about thirty new Muletlcs, many of
which nro good for food.
people would And them today, engaged
In almost every kind of pursuit to
which tho moneyed contingent have
fallen heir in this country. Thus It Is
that a little matter of the transfer of
a paltry 1235,000 from the owners' do
posits, to the salaries and pay roll of
the zealous patriots who watch over
oct legal perplexities and keep them
suitably colored, brings on a rcmlnk
cent mood and starts one to thinking
as to tho Bort of a cat and dog tlmo
we would now be having In this Pain
disc of the Pacific. If the Spanish-Am
erican war had not materialized to give
us tho glorious though by no means
rovcted full protection of the Stars
Tho money MAY be used. But tho
(Jaded wretch that discovered the fact
raised ono moro stench in the nos
trils of decent men that forebodes nn
early and "Doleful" dissolution of tho
cabal that has held this country chain
ed to class privileges nt any cost to
NEW CIIILDRHN'S BOOK.
The Christmas season Is 'already
throwing its shadows ahead, for the
book trade has to be made acquainted
months in advance with the leaders
among Juveniles, etc. Laird & Lee an
nounco a now book by jhe gifted
author of the greatest success of last
year "Baby Goose, His Adventures."
Tho tltlo of this new joint effort of
Miss Fannie E. Ostrandcr, tho chil
dren's favorite poet, and Tt. W. Hlr
chert, tho talented illustrator, Is "The
Frolics of the A. B. C," It Is to be In
many colors and of a fine quarto size.
The perfect make-up of the works
Issued by tbe enterprising and aver
active Chicago firm, Is a sufficient
guarantee that the "Frolics of the A.
B. C." will be found at the front of the
children's books during the happy
holiday season, next to "Baby Goose"
whose popularity Is gaining ground
GROCERS SHOHJN UP I
Hllo, HaVnll.l'june, 1901.
Dear Sirs: In my lluiocencel pur
chased hero In Hllo a Jie.of.your Pin
Money Pickles (put up by-Mrs. E. O.
KIdd, Richmond, Va). It brought me
great trouble, and ono of threo things
1. You must stop making them; or,
2. I must get them at less expense;
3. I'm a ruined man.
Slnco my first venture I've had many
"Jars." My family from early morn cry
"Pickles;" neighbors ring the door-bell
and shout "Pickles;" relatives visit mo
In expectation of "Pickles." Your
pickles nro my Nemesis. Please. Dear
Sirs," quote them by tho Keg, Barrel,
Hogshead, Ton or Shipload, and "pro
Yours very truly,
To Lewis & Co",
HONOLULU, T. H.
Tba use of tbo Singer In millions of
homes shows tho unprecedented suc
cess of these Ideal sowing machines.
It is convincing proof that the Singer
) ' l.i all kinds of family sewing
j t ncedla work. All our sewing
pb &ie of tho best construction,
.fully decorated, and are mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cablqets pt artistic design. B. Ber
gerscn, agent. 16V& Bethel street, P. O.
Wal. ii, IttWP
San ftaneiieo AgerUttan Nbtas
National Baxk or Saw Fbahoijsoo
Sam Fbakcisoo The Nevada Nation
Bank of San Francisco.
London Tha Union Bank of Londoi
WTw YoaK Amarlcan Bzohanga N
Chicago Merchants National Bask.
Pabis Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Honkonj and YOKOHAMA Honk-n
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Nkw Zealand and Avstbalia Bai
of New Zetland.
ViCTOBLi and VAMOonvM Bank
British North Amarlut.
TniKcti Qeml Balm ulEiciuie Bum
Depclit Recslved. Loins mads on Aj
6 roved Security. Commercial snd Traveum
redlts Intnl. Bills of Xxchsngs bough
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Transact n General Banking
nnd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers'
Lcttcre of Credit issued, available
In all tho principal citio3 of the
Intere-t allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposits 7 day
notico 2 per cent, (this form will
not lear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for one month), 3
months 3 per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Building ant
AB8KT8, DEO. tl, 1811, tlll.tTT.
Hone loaned on approve teeuM,
ASarlngaBank fcr monthly dtpoatt
Houses built on the monthly lnatalr
Twentieth Bert of Stock li ma
opened. OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Pre
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; O. B
dray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretarj
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, . i
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keoch, Uar.
Snitb, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. 5
"ray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GKAJg,
Chamber of Conmeret room.
ORloei Hours: 11:10 1:0 p. m.
Savings Deposits will L
received and Interest allowed by tbl
Bank at four and one-half per oenl
Printed copies of the Rules and Retr
alatlona may be obtained on appllcatlor
Offlco at bank building on Merchar
TjJB AohHma gpesia.Bin
SubKrib.il Capital Van ...ox.ooq
P.I4 Up Capital Y.n il.ooo.aoc
Rmiv4 Funi Van l,)io,ooo
Hial Office. Yokohama.
The Bank buys and receives for eol
lection Bills of Exchange, issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transact
a general banking business.
-On Flirt rpaatt foe it aMIka, a w Hal t. s
Os Fli4 Devout lot t Boatse, t "
Branch of Mi. Yokohama Spacl. Bank,
lew ReDiilic BallUit 111 Lu si, Hoioir
Keeps Constantly on Hand
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mut-
ton, Pork nud Veal. The Standard
Meats of the Coast. Nothing better to
bo had. We aro Solo Agents forhthe
FISH Salmon. Halibut. Trout. Slur-
gcon, Sole, Smelt, Shad. Carp, Hock
Cod, Sea Bass.-Crawflsh, Crabs. Etc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.
Geese, Chickens. Quail, Camas Back,
Mallard, Teal. SnrlE. Brant. He alan
SMOKED MEATS-Hams. Bacon,
Sausages, fresh every day. Tongues.
Clipped Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Dread,
uralns, Calves' Llcr, Tilpo, CiiIvch'
Feet and Heads, Etc.
BUTTER, Eggs, Ohecso, Pkldi-s.
Chow Chow, S.iucr Kraut, Apples,
I'cars, urupes, I'otatoes, Onions. Cab
bage. A full supply of Fruits and
OYSTERS rancy. large or small, in
shell or c?ns.
Hardly n thing that you could wish
for but what is to bo had at our mar
Brokers and Jobbers.
II. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLE 1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pres
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secty. and Auditor
Sugar Factors aid
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhcl Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Tie CalifonU . Orkital S. S. ft.
W.G. Irwin &6o
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotlvo Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertil
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cano and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pino Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafllno Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurine (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE
The Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Wnlalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walamea Sugar Mill Co."
Tho Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co. x-
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
Tho New England Life Insurance Co.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
11 Sni e e ft t .
LIFE and FIRE
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. cf Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Win. G. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. lGffard... Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney, Jr Tress, and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
1UIANI0 STEAMSHIP OOMPiiU
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
BlBWE 09., IiVk,
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian AErlcultiiral Co.. AmerlrnrT"
Sugar Co.. Ookala Sucar Plant fn.
Onomea Sugar Co., Honomu Sugar Co.,
Wulluku Sugar Co., Makea Sugar Co.,
Halcakala Ranch Co.. Moloknl nnnrh
Planters' Lino of San Fianclsco,
Packet; Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boston
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. T1. Cooke. President! aenrvn
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. E.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, II. Wa
tcrhouso und Geo. R, Carter, Directors.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULI
Tho Lancashire. Insurance Co.
Tho llalolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sowing Machine, Etc.
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